As advertised. All very clean, well presented. Good facilities. Check in was a bit chaotic. Bar is not part of hotel (although physically it is). Right by the tram, which is an easy ride into the centre of town. Not much to do in Docklands otherwise.
Payed far too much money for two nights. High expectation based on pictures and price of €450 per night. Unfortunately the experience didn't come close. Most disappointing was the bed. The concept of being hybrid apartment / hotel wasn't really working for me.
Great bed modern apartment very helpful staff and conveniently placed with tram into Dublin city centre. Had all you could ask for at a cheaper money for value for what Canberra an expensive city to stay in.
Pros: super clean, super nice staff. Cons: Check in was awkward. At 16:00 the queue was long, which is fine. I was directed to an automated kiosk to check in and the interface was clumsy and can to an error that said 'see hotel staff'... so I had to go to the back of the queue. The reception desk was only a few meters from the front doors so there was a ton of people blocking and standing in the doors making it hard for other guests to get in and out. Location is desolate. Have to walk 15 minutes or take the tram for nearly anything. There is a small grocery that you could get basics less than 5 minutes away. The shower may have been the most ridiculously designed in history. The glass door opened inward. Therefore, I had to squeeze around the door while it was partially opened; my back had to slide along the wall to get around it (also, I am a very slim person). The shower temperature oscillated between the set temperature and surged to scalding hot for half a second. This happened about once a minute. The microwave had no handle and you had to jam your fingers in the crack between the door and cabinet door to open it. It seemed that the thermostat was on a timer or got reset after removing the card from the wall. It would be nice if the thermostat returned to the last set temperature when the card was placed back in the wall. Doors to hall were either cheap or not fitted well to minimize sound. You could hear everyone in the hall. Overall I can not recommend this hotel. Despite being clean and staff very nice, the above mentioned details made it a pain to stay here. …
The Beckett Locke was our fist hotel during our Ireland trip. Everything was brilliant, very nice and helpful stuff. We enjoyed our stay and can absolutley recomment this hotel. The tram stop is in front of the hotel, interesting places can be reached easily.
Brilliant location right next to the point luas stop great to get around from. Accommodation is lovely, stayed twice so far one time we had two bedroom apartment and second was a suite both had kitchen area with even a washing machine if needed. Lovely bar and restaurant downstairs found dinner menu a little limited no change in the 4 months we've stayed but did the job did us to chill in evening there after long day around the city , staff were brilliant can't fault them.
excellent hotel. the staff were outstanding. the open floor lobby and lounge area is fantastic - lots of seating options for hanging or for food service. vendors are outsourced so coffee care, bar, and the restaurant are all of higher quality. rooms are spacious, modern, generously equipped for a one or two night stay and would be really good for those staying longer (you can cook in your room and there is a washer). Raw, concrete ceilings with exposed piping and edgy design make the feel of the place very hip and current. Location is a little removed from temple bar area but 15 - 20 minute walk along the river is worth it. easy access to airport b/c you don't have to deal with bridge crossings. some food options in the area but don't go to Ryleigh's steakhouse - food was the most uninteresting i've had in ireland. such a shame. oh well. the views are lovely but if you could go for just a drink or appetizer, that is the way to play it. …
We ended up here when our air bnb was too loud. I wish we had found it sooner. Large clean rooms. Showers were amazing. Front desk staff went above and beyond- especially Maya. If I ever make it back to Dublin I would stay here again.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful and the room had everything you could need for an extended stay. Everything was very clean and comfortable. There are several places nearby to eat which was very helpful.
We had a two bedroom apartamento and was fantastic. Great facilities, really modern and such a lovely location. Sophia welcomed us and was so friendly and helpful. All staff we met were nice. Bar was lovely end to a day exploring. Couldn’t rate highly enough. Perfect for Tram into city centre.