Check in was smooth and staff were very pleasant and friendly. The receptionist Maeve informed us that we had a lovely room waiting on the first floor- to our surprise when we arrived at our room we were given a suite. Room was very spacious and perfect for our night away. Breakfast the next morning was seamless and very tasty. The only small issue was that the buffet food could have been doing with being a little bit hotter. On the whole a lovely experience and we will definitely stay here again!
Our group of 25 is on a Grand Tour of Ireland from the US. So glad that Cassidy’s was our first hotel stop. Beautifully renovated, it is a cozy, elegantly appointed hotel in the heart of Dublin. We had a delicious dinner and huge breakfast served in a private room. We walked through the fine dining restaurant, Six, to get to our meals. Six is seriously one of the most romantic restaurants I’ve seen. Many couples were enjoying the muted chandelier lighting, marble fireplace, fresh flower bouquets and fine cuisine (Note the 5 pieces of silverware on both sides of a plate.) My solo room on the ground floor was cool and inviting. It’s worth noting that, once inside the room you must insert your room key card into a 3x5 white electrical box that enables you to turn on the lights in the room. This was new to me and I walked back to the front desk to ask if the power was out. Simple instructions on the wall or given with your card might have saved a few folks from trekking back to the front desk. The staff is friendly and helpful. Excellent exercise room. Wether In a group of 25 or just two, you will enjoy the level of service given at Cassidy’s Hotel.…
Stayed in a Heritage room which was lovely. However walls incredibly thin and could hear everything from the couple next door!!! Stayed for the Garth Brooks concert and as with many hotels in the area, paid over the odds with no breakfast. Wouldn't stay again due to paper thun walls.
I stayed here last night for the Gareth Brooks concert in Croke Park. Hotel is only 20 minutes walk from Croke Park. And very centrally located at the top of o Connel Street. So great from that point of view. Also. The staff were all pleasant. However. The bed my sister slept in was sloping. She slept very badly. In the morning you could actually see it went to one side. We did tell the receptionist the next morning on check out so hopefully the can fix this problem. We paid a lot for the room so did expect a decent bed at the very least Also when we came back from the concert the bar service was incredibly bad. There were 2 bar men but they couldn't cope even though the bar was not overly packed. Overall I might stay here again but would check the bed was OK first. Would go for a drink somewhere else too.…
Wonderful hotel, stayed here for concert in Croke Park, just a 15 min walk away. Great food and clean comfy rooms. Staff were very friendly and accommodating for the hotel being very busy. All family members enjoyed it.
We had a nice stay here. We had a room with a double bed and 2 twins. Room had nice high ceilings and a modern bathroom. We were right above the restaurant but didn’t hear anything. Found the hotel quite quiet overall. * the hotel offers a taxi deal to the airport, I wish I knew about it before I had booked a bus. It is a set fee of 22 euros for up to 4 people.
Had a four night stay with husband and son, lovely hotel clean and tidy breakfast amazing and staff very pleasant, they couldn't do enough for us offered great advice on places to go, location was good as well.
The hotel, reception, the bar, the public toilet areas are all so immaculately clean. A perfect location, not noisy outside but close enough to all attractions and bus stops. Everywhere is easily walkable. We enjoyed drinks at the bar 1 evening and the staff were very welcoming and friendly. Our room was clean and perfect for a city break. No complaints. I was apprehensive of my stay after ready some recent reviews but I can confirm the hotel in my option has no faults. The air con worked great in our room. In Europe there isn't always air con so it's not always an expectation when we travel, it was nice to have though. The staff were all helpful and I would recommend to others.
Just finished a 4 night stay with my wife at Cassidys last Monday. The hotel is centrally located on the north side of the river and is in a fairly vibrant area with lots of shopping, bars, etc. There are a few characters that roam up and down O'Connell St. but are quite harmless. Dublin is also not immune to homeless challenges like anywhere else. We especially enjoyed Murray's Pub down at the corner. Their outdoor patio was fabulous for people watching. Everything was fine at the hotel except the rooms are not air conditioned or even have air handling. The building is very old and I understand for how often it really needs to be used in Dublin, installation would be cost prohibitive. The windows in the rooms only open about 3-4 inches so it was very stuff at night. Temperatures were way above normal in Dublin so I guess it was all timing. Would we stay there again in the middle of summer.......I don't know?? We really enjoyed the quaint feel and the staff were great. The breakfast was very good and you literally didn't need to eat again until dinner. Everything was super clean in the is hotel as well. Thank-you to the hard working staff for making our stay quite enjoyable.…
This hotel looks great on the outside and in the lobby, but once in the room it is like you walk into hell. The room is the hottest place in the hotel. It has no airconditioning and when you tell this to the check in desk the only thing they offer is a ventilator. Maybe the hotel is better in winter time, but avoid it in summertime. Also the breakfast is not worth the money. Very slow service and the eggs are cold and the toast is black. Therefore a terrible Hotel, you do not get the basic stuff you get from a hotel.