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The Plaza Hotel

Belgard Road 24, Tallaght Ireland
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#5 of 5 hotels in Tallaght
The 4 star Plaza Hotel is a stylish modern hotel in South Dublin overlooking the spectacular views of the Dublin/Wicklow mountains. It is an ideal location to stay with shopping centres, boutiques, theatre, cinema, parks & sports arenas on your doorstep. The hotel is just 20 minutes from Dublin City Centre & Dublin Airport. There is a choice of restaurants & bars on site. A warm friendly welcome & guaranteed standard of service and quality await.
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Karen S wrote a review Mar 2020
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Went last night for partner birthday. Got there and hotel bar is closed, room.was way to.warm with windows that couldnt be opened. No wifi, a 10" tv wit 5 channels. Then in the morning hot women up to be someone walking into our room at 9.50am, and then builders started in hotel. Went away to enjoy some peace, could nearly sleep in same bed as partner as we were both pumping sweat, even tho we turned radiator off the min we walked in. Wasnt a pleasant stay, disappointed as it was his birthday :(
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Hannah M wrote a review Feb 2020
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As there were two of us we requested a twin bed. To our surprise has one large double and a single and huge room. It had so many amenities I didn't expect,hairdryer, ironing board and shoe kits etc. The staff were all very friendly and pleasant. The beds were perhaps the comfiest and warmest I've ever slept in. All in all we can't believe how great the room was. Dated, but for the amenities it had and the price we paid, it was amazing.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
Response from HotelManagement2, Front Office Manager at The Plaza Hotel
Responded 4 Mar 2020
Good Afternoon Hannah, I'm glad you had an enjoyable stay at The Plaza Hotel. As you are aware our hotel is currently under refurbishment to upgrade our facilities and improve the guest experience My front office team will be delighted to hear of your kind words regarding our front office team. We look forward to welcoming you back to our brand new hotel soon Warm Regards, Daniel O Leary Front Office Manager
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Tefer82 wrote a review Feb 2020
Broxburn, United Kingdom12 contributions11 helpful votes
We checked in on the Friday and all went well, got room 249. The lobby was nice and fairly modern. We went to the 2nd floor for our room and there was a change. The carpets in the corridor were freyed and holed in places, we walked along and got to our room. The room was decent size, very clean and the beds were comfortable too. The hotel had arranged a travel cot, this was in the room as agreed. We noticed the room was really hot, this was surprising as the window was not sitting flush in the frame so there was a massive draught, especially in the middle of Storm Ciara. The room was dated and the carpets seemed were creased like they'd been down for decades. The heat was nearly unbearable at times (until the Sunday night), you could open the window for the high winds. On the Friday night coming home there was a lot of youngsters hanging around, must have been some kind of function on. The Saturday night there was something else on, we could hear both these from our rooms. The rooms were cleaned daily and all beds and towels stripped and clean ones provided. Tea and coffee, available but not a lot of the milk left to make more than one. The TV was beyond useless as some channels did not work and the others were not very interesting, not many to choose from. We only ate once at the hotel, it was a lunch on our last day, it was nice and the staff were polite. Check out was easy as it was pre booked via Roomdi. We had a Just Eat order delivered to the room so that was good for after food was finished. I would stay again, but in a different room. There does seem to be a refurb happening, so it may be getting better.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Sharon R wrote a review Dec 2019
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Got to the hotel for a two night stay on arrival the lobby was lovely checked in no problem only to discover we had been overcharged, booked on booking. Com for €115 was charged €130 that was the start of a very uncomfortable stay. Got to our room and the heat hit you immediately rushed straight over to open the window and the noise of traffic was overwhelming. Very dated room and the TV was that small it was unwatchable. Couldn't sleep through the heat and the noise of traffic when we did dose of we were awoke by a man having a fight with the vending machine right outside are room. The next night was even worse still having the windows open constantly still boiling hot we got to sleep only to be woken by the constant fire alarm going off from one am no sleep whatsoever. On checkout I was asked how my stay was I looked at her to speak and she said no not today I don't want to hear it. What a disgraceful hotel never will I step foot in here again.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Michelle L wrote a review Dec 2019
Lisburn, United Kingdom26 contributions2 helpful votes
I sit in the hotel lobby as I write this review. I am astounded to how this hotel can justify itself as a four star establishment. From we got into the lift, I wondered had I made the wrong choice. Reception were friendly on check in, no issues there. Back in the lift again, with a crack on the floor and in the glass, up to our floor. The lift doors opened and I really questioned my hotel choice then. Firstly, the corridor carpets were ripped, frayed and had masking tape holding parts of it down. Then we got to our room... The heat was unbelievable, our teenage daughter has asthma and my automatic reaction was to cool the room down. I opened the window and hoped the noise would settle down later in the evening. Then we looked around our room - dated was an understatement! That said, the room was massive and as we were so tired, we decided to accept what we had an thought we would get an early night... We thought wrong! We all had a terrible nights sleep. Our daughter had a competition and needed sleep, yet at four am she was still struggling to sleep with the noise, outside and inside the hotel. People were obviously finished partying and were making their way to rooms and noisy taxis. We couldn’t close the window as the room was just to hot, not warm - hot. We were lucky to get a few hours sleep. Met friends at breakfast and they reported the exact same issues. There was no obvious staff when we arrived to breakfast. We helped ourselves as we were on a tight timeframe. The cooked breakfast was lukewarm. As I started eating a staff member just appeared and suspiciously asked what room I was from. She took us by surprise, my daughter told her and she replied, I take it youse are in the same room?! I was totally taken aback at the breakfast service during breakfast. Finally checkout. I had decided I was going to air our grievances here. The receptionist put down the phone, as she was on a call, took my card, said thank you, then lifted the phone and started to talk on the phone again. That’s when I decided to do a TripAdvisor review. Not usually my style, but there were too many issues here not too! We travel a lot and I have never had an experience like this. Others may find the hotel suitable for their needs, but I am sorry to say we certainly didn’t.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Plaza Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Plaza Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Civic Theatre (0.4 km), The Old Mill, Tallaght (0.7 km), and The Dublin Climbing Centre (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Plaza Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Plaza Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Plaza Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Plaza Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Peachtree East, The Station at Molloys, and Aussie Outback.
Is The Plaza Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Tallaght.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Plaza Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The Plaza Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to The Plaza Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kilmainham Gaol Museum (7.3 km), Royal Hospital Kilmainham (7.8 km), and Hell-Fire Club (4.5 km).
Is The Plaza Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.