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I arrived at the hotel on Tuesday the 8th of August 2017. Upon arriving to check in at this hotel, I was greeted by the receptionist who then told me in an incredibly rude tone, that the hotel was full, even though my company had...More
I thought I have booked into a four star as the hotel states. To cut a ling story short:
1- Very noisy club/bar middle of the week that goes on till early hours. When we complained, the explaination was that it is from the bar!!...More
An alternative reasonably priced accommodation on the greater Dublin area than in the city centre. We travelled the Airlink 747 from Dublin T1 to Heuston Rail Station and ride the Red Luas Tram line from there to the last stop Tallaght. From there; a 15...More
This review is about the tour operator - Just Go! In association with the National Trust - and this hotel that we were 'dumped in, we has been on a 5 night tour covering the north of Ireland and had paid for the additional nights...More
Noisy, frayed upholstery all around, including the couches in the lobby, wallpaper which takes away your sleep, and carpeting that looks older than Dublin itself. Wifi is lousy, unbearably slow. That it is not exactly downtown is clear to anyone who books it, but what...More
US$64 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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most hotels in Ireland do not have airconditioning due to the weather. But the others are right, open the window. As an example of how cold it can get, we bought drinks ( coca cola 2 liter bottles ) and placed them next to... More
most hotels in Ireland do not have airconditioning due to the weather. But the others are right, open the window. As an example of how cold it can get, we bought drinks ( coca cola 2 liter bottles ) and placed them next to the open window. They were quite chilled the next morning.
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"Ask for a room on the 3rd floor overlooking the garden - you might just get a reasonalbe nights sleep!"