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Croke Park View Guest House

11/06/2017 12/06/2017
1 room 2 adults 0 children
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Amsterdam NL-Manchester UK
Reviewed 1 May 2013

I booked one Saturday night for May 2013 for 59 Euros, 2 months in advance, and got a confirmation. Apparently this is going to be a VERY busy weekend in Dublin. Three weeks before my visit they 'claimed' the bank declined to pre-authorise my credit card. They suggested I cancel the booking and re-book...even though they had no rooms free....

1Thank dw100uk
County Kerry, Ireland
Reviewed 10 October 2012

Stayed here for one night freezing cold,no curtains on one small window and curtains on other window all mildew marks was afraid to get into the bed just appaling in this day and age and not cheap a hostel would be better. The only good thing is the location to Croke park but Id rather have walked for 2 hours...

Thank Maggiescan1
Lurgan, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 October 2012

On Friday 20 July 2012, I made a provisional on-line booking (via Booking.com) for a room at the Croke Park View Hotel, Dublin (Tel 00353 18570092). The reservation documentation showed that cancellation would be “free” until 23:59 hrs on that date - 20 July 2012. I had made another provisional on-line booking for a room at another Dublin hotel for...

2Thank SamSenior122
Reviewed 6 September 2012

This place is awful. Don't even know what to call it. They made us think on booking.com that it was a hotel and it was a b&b type. Service was awful. So rude swore at us all the time. Did not accommodate us when we had 4 people instead of 3. He said he there was no more rooms but...

2Thank Hehejsm
Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 11 August 2012

I wouldn't recommend this B&B. Our bed sheet was dirty and the breakfast was horrible. We couldn't pay by card, as the credit card machine wasn't working, the owner didn't seem to care at all about the quests comfort. We asked to have breakfast early (7.30am) but when we got down to the kitchen he said serve yourself as he...

2Thank Bringa7
Reviewed 19 July 2012

We booked this place at the last moment, as this was only one of two hotels available during the dates needed. We had no idea what to expect, and it was an initial shock. We were met in the middle of the night by the proprietor, a kindly man from Sri Lanka. He was very helpful and accommodated our every...

1Thank Joshnjoanne
Reviewed 13 July 2012

I stayed in this hotel on night of July 12th. I arrived very late - 11.30pm - and recieved a nice warm welcome at the door before being shown to my room. The owner carried my bag up and promised to wake me at 7am and he did so. There was no hair dryer in the room so I stuck...

1Thank CorkEleanor
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 June 2012

Very few good paints: Close to Croke Park (which was ideal as we were over to attend an event there) Easy access to city centre - 20 min walk or 2 min walk to bus stop However, far more negatives: For 100 euros, was NOT up to scratch. Took 10 mins to get an answer at the door (had to...

1Thank vicci_b84
Buncrana, Ireland
Reviewed 1 June 2012

Croke Park Hotel was full so I went here. This Sri Lankan man (Sinn) welcomed me by caressing my hand for about 20 seconds and staring into my eyes and smiling. I felt that his manner was creepy and almost lecherous. This may have been due to cultural differences. He sounded like he was sick or at least short of...

1Thank badger5079
Reviewed 22 March 2012

We had to stay in this hotel for one night and it cost us 200 Euros for the privilege. On arrival the owner welcomed us warmly in a smiling, friendly, agreeable manner that one might expect. He asked us to pay immediately, with which we complied. However once we gave him the money, he became very disagreeable. Firstly, the bathroom...

1Thank losca3737

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Address: Rere of 75 186-188 Clonliffe Road, Dublin D3, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Dublin > Dublin
Price Range: €40 - €60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Croke Park View Guest House 2*
Number of rooms: 12
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