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32 Clarendon Street, Dublin Ireland
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#82 of 266 Speciality lodging in Dublin
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Caoimhe Bennett wrote a review Dec 2020
Tallaght, Ireland1 contribution
Stayed here on the 13th of Dec for one night with my boyfriend. The room was lovely and was in a great location so can’t fault it for that. But we were informed that 3pm was the check-in time, when we arrived at around 3:30 after a long day walking around town, our room wasn’t ready and we were greeted by quite a rude cleaner who said ‘well I am the only one here cleaning what do you expect?’ I expect my room to be ready for the time it’s advertised. As well as this, when we finally checked into the room the smell of weed was awful! It was in the bathroom and in the general area, and the smell didn’t really shift at all. In general it is a nice room and the location is brilliant but I will not be staying here again nor would I recommend this place to a friend.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tim B wrote a review Oct 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom102 contributions75 helpful votes
Was a bit nervous about staying here given concerns people raise about noise. Fears unfounded. Is above a bar so not a place to stay with young children but like many visitors to Dublin we wanted to take advantage of the nightlife so it wasn't an issue for us. Staff in the pub were helpful with any queries and looking after luggage on our last day. The fire alarm going off at 7.30 in the morning (felt like the middle of the night!) didn't help and no one to speak to, to sort it out. The number we had just went to answerphone. It lasted about 20 minutes and then went off. It would be nice to have a specific point of contact but when I emailed the address given with questions they responded quickly. Its a great location for bars and getting about Dublin, bang in the centre of Town. Very clean, big comfy bed and plenty of room. Tea and coffee facilities as well as fridge and microwave. Good internet. Recommended.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: We stayed in room 3. I'd suggest higher floor rooms though there was no issue.
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Mariëlle v wrote a review Sep 2019
Dublin, Ireland1 contribution1 helpful vote
The room was good. Very clean and modern. The bed was good and the location was good too. One thing bothered me so much that I gave only one star: they put ducttape on all the fire/smoke detectors. That’s just wrong!!!
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Nanapuffy wrote a review May 2019
Vancouver, Canada129 contributions65 helpful votes
We arrived on sunny days in May and the penthouse (no.2) was extremely hot. There was NO air-conditioning in the unit despite the existence of a remote control in room that did not control the temperature of ANYTHING. The large wide windows supposed to be a great concept to let in more sunlight but without air-conditioning this just didn't work. During the day you feel like a dumpling being cooked inside a microwave oven. It wasn't even summer. And it was still very hot even with windows wide open. Not to mention, once you open the windows, NUMEROUS disgusting flies entered the room and hard to chase them out. Is this a joke?? Right, there was no mentioning of air-conditioning on the booking site, but stating this beforehand DOES NOT make it OK because the room was just not LIVABLE. It is like, you telling me beforehand there is no elevator in the hotel but after I arrive the room is located on the 15th floor, would that be OK?? A room that is not livable should not be rented out. Period. And nobody would help you, also bad attitude. I called the contact phone no. and they just sent a guy from the bar. He didn't work for the residence and he was extremely annoyed by our complaint. It was not his fault I know, I asked him whom I should contact, he said nobody but them at the bar. He kept telling us to open the windows and asked if we turned on the heat. I told him we didn't touch the heat at all and he checked the heater and confirmed the heater was OFF. He told us the heat would cool down after the sun set. WHAT? So you telling me the room could only be used at night? So why were we charged full day rate when we could only enjoy the room for 8 hours?? At night the room did cool down. We were OK with the noise downstairs although it was very loud (music and people). Doors banging and people yelling at night in corridors. The shower was pathetic, weak dripping and cold. There was no electrical outlet near any mirror. I cannot believe why anyone would rate this a 5 star. Despite the slightly cool decor, which you can only enjoy 1/3 of the day, there is nothing good about this place. With the construction site / noise / flies / no elevators I would not even consider this a good location at all.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Room Tip: Do not choose the top floor, or do not choose this hotel at all
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Daniel C wrote a review May 2019
Mutxamel, Spain62 contributions117 helpful votes
So you book this nice room, located in the centre of Dublin and not exactly cheap. Then, when you arrive it’s located on the corner of an alley with garbage cans and restaurant vents that smells like fried dead things and, at the other side a huge construction site with absolutely nothing worth looking at. So yes, it’s nicely located in downtown Dublin, but don’t expect a cozy and nice surrounding. You’re in the backstreets. The room (Penthouse 2) is nice. Newly furnished, with all the commodities you can ask for including an espresso machine. Then you get in the shower and notice that someone screwed up the interior design... nice shower but if you want to get under the water you have to lean against the wall! Of course, no heating in the bathroom so it’s pretty cold when you get out of the hot water. Anyway, you go to bed for a good night’s rest after visiting Dublin and it’s amazing nightlife and... at 4 in the morning you start hearing loud noises, bangs and voices: someone thought it was a great idea to change the plant pots of the building at that time on a Saturday night. So you can’t get any sleep until past 6 am... and you paid some 250 euro for that. Oh, the bar downstairs is nice, and the staff is really friendly. For what it matters.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$114 - US$324 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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IrelandProvince of LeinsterCounty DublinDublin
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Frequently Asked Questions about Clarendon Suites
Which popular attractions are close to Clarendon Suites?
Nearby attractions include St Stephens Green (0.4 km), SANDEMANs NEW Europe - Dublin (0.4 km), and Rural Pub Tours (0.5 km).
What food & drink options are available at Clarendon Suites?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Clarendon Suites?
Conveniently located restaurants include Glovers Alley, Tang Cafe, and SOLE Seafood and Grill.
Is Clarendon Suites located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Dublin.
Are there any historical sites close to Clarendon Suites?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kilmainham Gaol Museum (3.1 km), Trinity College Dublin (0.6 km), and Guinness Storehouse (1.6 km).