Ratings based on 509 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from edinburgh
It was a pleasant stayPosted Aug 22, 2014
It was a pleasant stay, recommend this hotel near all ammenities
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Only good thing is the leisure clubPosted Aug 22, 2014
Firstly told we haven't made a reservation :-( then finally we did, bar food was average n restaurant not one thing me or my parent would eat and at €30 each, bit steep. When asked bout movie room told down hall to left looked around for 20mins nowhere to b seen. Car park €8 a night!!!! The noice at night with the door banging was extremely loud every time anyone walked past (silent door closer would help) Loved the pool and gym
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from liverpool
Good location on bus routePosted Aug 18, 2014
Hotel room and staff excellent. Good location on bus route between airport and Dublin town centre. Would stay there again, however breakfast disappointing. Over priced and minimal choice. Plenty better elsewhere.
by A verified traveler
DisappointingPosted Aug 16, 2014
Cons: Reception staff, make sure guests have booked out before maids move in!!!!!
We stayed at this hotel for one night and it was enough, the guy behind the reception tried to argue with me about my name!!!!! He tried booking me in under another name twice even though I had the booking in form which he told me he didnt need and I tried to tell him my name. The lifts only hold one person at a time, the corridors are smelly, paint and wallpaper starting to peel and the carpet is just awful. The room itself was very basic and the smell from the kitchen below was just awful and we looked directly into another room. The next morning we went for breakfast and came back to find the maid already in our room cleaning and it was only 9am and we hadnt booked out. I have stayed in a number of hotels in Dublin but this was by far the worse one. Personally I would never stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very good for price Didn't have breakfastPosted Aug 10, 2014
Value for money Room ok Breakfast didn't have it
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Colorado Springs Colorado
Irish vacationPosted Jul 29, 2014
Good Inexpensive hotel near the airport. Only stayed two nights before traveling other parts of the country. The staff was friendly but the facility was a little worn down. The rooms were clean.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Belfast
nice hotel beside bus stop access to all DublinPosted Jul 25, 2014
Pros: Its convenience to N.Ireland and bus access to just about anywhere in the Dublin area - ideal for bus pass wielding northerners!
Cons: Food selection on offer in the evenings in restaurant.
Location: City centre shopping; church closeby for Mass; bus to just about anywhere.................
All that pensioners require. - clean, brilliant freshly cooked breakfast with choices to suit all tastes and excellent service from breakfast room staff. Room services excellent. Main restaurant could provide more attractive menu - but maybe it does not wish to compete with Dublin there.
for Everyoneby Eamonn from Watford
Multi-function efficient hotel.Posted Jun 19, 2014
Pros: Combines atmosphere of hotel, pub and conference centre very successfully.
Cons: Room 1231 would have been good but they really need new bathroom taps - they had been overtightened so only a drop of cold water dribbled out.
Location: Excellent location on bus route city - airport.
Very accommodating staff permitted us to check in very early after dawn flight. I highly recommend the attached spa as the water temperature is a real delight.
for Everyoneby Steve from London
We always stay here when we come to DublinPosted Jun 7, 2014
Pros: It's classy but with reasonable prices.
Cons: Noise control.
Location: They do have cabaret shows at different times of year, which you might like. You can dine there and catch the show. It's not going to tax your brain.
It's a fabulous hotels with some beautiful rooms. It has two sections, the old hotel and the new part where the rooms are more spacious. It is a historic hotel in that the leaders of some of the Irish independence factions used to meet there, e.g. Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins etc. It has a beautiful old lobby with marvellous tiling and chandeliers. There is interesting and genuine art on the walls in the corridors and rooms. Our family room on the second floor of the new building was one of the best we've had. The TV had poor reception and only a few really dull channels. There is always a problem with noise in this hotel with booming disco parties till 1 in the morning at one level, e.g. second floor, and the noise of the air-conditioning, if you're on the top floor. The views are beautiful, even at the back. You have the use of the adjoining health club and swimming pool. Pub, restaurant, breakfast etc are all great. The location is superb for what we needed but I know my way round the district and have connections there. You can get a bus into town and back or walk into town if you're feeling perky. It's downhill into town. There are several nice caf's near the hotel so you don't need to eat in. The Gallery Cafe next to the hotel and Centra shop is superb foodwise and value-wise. If you walk down to the parade of shops, I recommend Cafe Madeleine as well for breakfast or lunch. It's just round the corner and better than the flashy ones on the main road. Love the place
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from canada
older hotel but nice insidePosted Jun 3, 2014
outside needs updating but rooms were nice and clean food was great