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Best hotels near Iveagh Gardens, Dublin

3.2/5119 Reviews
3.2/5119 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.02km from Iveagh Gardens
Having read all the previous reviews on this hotel, we weren’t quite sure what to expect. We weren’t expecting much more than the reviews has suggested- a noisy night in an old run down hotel. Everyone else had made it sound like a dingy little hotel that was loud and not up to standard. To our pleasant surprise, it was actually a lovely place to stay. The rooms were spotless clean, with comfortable beds, tv, kettle, sitting area and plenty of space. Bathrooms were also spotless, again with plenty of space and a nice shower. The reception staff were very friendly, kind and helpful. The manager of the hotel happened to be there on the night (New Years Eve 2022) and informed us that it was the first night in almost 3 years that the hotel had opened its doors again to guests. It became clear at this point that maybe the hotel had done some renovating to refresh the place. It is a lovely hotel, can’t fault the staff, the rooms, or the location. It is based on one of the most popular streets in city centre for young adult night life and is waking distance (5 minutes) to St.Stephen’s Green, restaurants, bars, shops, etc. The luas is also right on your doorstep. Unlike other guest reviews, we didn’t suffer from any loud noises or the music from the nightclub below us. They do provide complimentary ear plugs for all guests in the rooms, however, we didn’t need them thankfully. Again, possibly an improvement that was made. The only thing we do recommend, is that they make some modern improvements to the lift, which is a 2 person lift, very small and slow; and that they improve on the breakfast layout, perhaps a buffet style along with the continental breakfast in a more suitable room rather than one of the back function rooms. Overall, it was a pleasant stay and I would stay here again.
2.6/50 Reviews
2.6/50 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.03km from Iveagh Gardens
Located in Dublin (City Centre Dublin), this cottage is within a 10-minute walk of St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street. This cottage is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Trinity College and 0.6 mi (1 km) from St. Patrick's Cathedral.Enjoy recreation amenities such as a nightclub or take in the view from a garden. This cottage also features complimentary wireless internet access and concierge services.Take advantage of the cottage's room service (during limited hours). A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.Make yourself comfortable in this cottage, which has a kitchen. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include a separate sitting area and a washer/dryer, and housekeeping is provided daily.
3.3/570 Reviews
3.3/570 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.03km from Iveagh Gardens
With a stay at Jackson Court Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, a 8-minute walk from St. Stephen's Green and 12 minutes by foot from Trinity College. This hotel is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Dublin Castle and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from O'Connell Street.Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a nightclub, or other amenities including complimentary wireless internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge. Continental breakfasts are available daily from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.Make yourself at home in one of the 33 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with bathtubs or showers are provided. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
4.3/5105 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent105 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.05km from Iveagh Gardens
Very clean and tidy, the bed is comfortable and soft! Will live here next time! It is about 500 meters walk from the city center! St. Parrit's Cathedral nearby
4/562 Reviews
4/5Very Good62 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.06km from Iveagh Gardens
A stay at The Dean Dublin places you in the heart of Dublin, within a 10-minute walk of St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street. This upscale hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Trinity College and 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from St. Patrick's Cathedral.Don't miss out on recreational opportunities including an outdoor pool and a fitness center. This hotel also features complimentary wireless internet access, tour/ticket assistance, and a picnic area.Satisfy your appetite for lunch, dinner, or brunch at Sophies (Rooftop), a restaurant which specializes in international cuisine, or stay in and take advantage of the 24-hour room service. Need to unwind? Take a break with a tasty beverage at one of the 3 bars/lounges. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby.Make yourself at home in one of the 51 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with Egyptian cotton sheets. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries.
4.1/572 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good72 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.07km from Iveagh Gardens
Great location. We had a room in the back off Harcourt. It can be noisy due to the club across the street. Breakfast was basic but fresh and filling; breads, rolls, cheeses, fruit, yogurt and cereals. The staff in the breakfast room was incredibly friendly. The desk staff were all friendly and helpful. We walked practically everywhere we wanted to go. St Stephen's Green just up the way. Georgian architecture abounds. It's not modern, it's not fancy; it's comfortable and it's homey.
4.1/554 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good54 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.08km from Iveagh Gardens
OK let me explain before you book!! Harcourt Street is a busy area with noisy nightclubs from Thursday onwards - maybe other days too but not sure about that so if you are not going clubbing etc and you get a room.at the front - you won't get much sleep because its very noisy and then you have the Luas (Tram) that runs all night!! If you are a bad sleeper and get a room at the front - forget about sleep!!! Earpods won't even drown out the noise!! I would definitely stay again though because of location- 5 mins walk to Grafton Street etc... Fast check in - room basic but spotless and had a bath too which was great!! I didn't eat so can't comment!! Staff v polite!!
3.8/5103 Reviews
3.8/5103 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.15km from Iveagh Gardens
The location of the hotel is good, but because of the street, the sound insulation is not very good, the sound of the bar is very noisy, almost until 4 in the morning. The front desk service is good. Breakfast is simple.
3.4/5103 Reviews
3.4/5103 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.15km from Iveagh Gardens
The location is good, the counter staff is friendly and it’s clean but, for the price you’ll pay the amenities aren’t so great. No A/C in the rooms and there isn’t a way to open the windows during pretty warm days. Only thing that I didn’t care for.
4.4/5103 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent103 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.19km from Iveagh Gardens
The Green Hotel exceeded all my expectations. It was centrally located, beautiful, clean, comfortable and the staff could not be more helpful or nice. This was my first trip to Dublin and Jessica at the front desk was wonderful in providing help and assistance. The room was spacious and everything was in proper working order. The breakfast was unbelievable and so delicious. The perfect meal to start the bay exploring Dublin by foot. I highly recommend this hotel.
4.5/5101 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent101 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.27km from Iveagh Gardens
Although this is a 3-star hotel you get a stay here better than most other hotels. The place is cosy, clean and the staff are very serviceminded and friendly, helpsome in all matters. The small bar area is nice and the breakfast is extremely good, do not miss that! The hotelgarden is small but nice and cosy as well. The hotel is situated perfect with a small walk through St. Stephens Park to the center of Dublin. The room are large and well equipped - we stayed in a deluxe room at third floor. Hotels in Dublin are quite expensive - this one as well, but worth every euro. We are going to stay here again next time in Dublin.
4.3/5103 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent103 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.28km from Iveagh Gardens
We flew into Dublin T1, arriving 12:30 and caught the 784 bus - the stop is literally outside the terminal. A quick and efficent journey straight to Charlotte Way, across the road and into Camden Court for lunch. The hotel staff were friendly, but what really blew us away was the goats cheese salad ..... WOW... sadly we didn't stay at the hotel, but instead caught a 5 minute cab ride to our hotel...

Reviews of Hotels near Iveagh Gardens in Dublin

Harding Hotel
4.7/549 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.39km from city center
I stayed for four nights with my teenage daughter on a mother-daughter trip. Got a great rate booking a few months in advance, and I am so impressed with the value received for the price. We were given a room with two beds on the top floor facing the courtyard- it was quiet and comfortable. I brought earplugs after reading some reviews about noise, but we didn’t need them. The bathroom was updated and the shower was great- hot and nice pressure. The beds were a little “creaky” but comfortable, and the linens were cozy. The hotel staff were helpful, the restaurant was good for breakfast (although we chose to eat elsewhere most mornings) and Darkey Kelly’s pub on the first floor had great food and music. The location is fantastic- we were able to walk pretty much anywhere we wanted to go. I really can’t find a single fault with this hotel for the price. Would definitely stay again.
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Brooks Hotel
4.3/5101 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.51km from city center
設施:好好好 衞生:好 服務:好 設施:好
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Dublin Skylon Hotel
4.3/5108 Reviews
Dublin
|2.03km from city center
This hotel was an excellent choice , a week before our stay the hotel contacted myself to confirm we were still planning on visiting I mentioned in my reply that it was a surprise trip for my wife's 50th and we were greeted in our room with a birthday card and box of chocolates for my wife . But this was typical of the excellent service the hotel and staff provided during our stay , the hotel was clean and decorated to a high standard . The rooms were comfortable and clean and were serviced well , breakfast was excellent plenty of choice and the food in the restaurant in the evening was excellent quality . The hotel is in an excellent position for ease of access to the airport or city center of Dublin and both are accessed by a regular and frequent inexpensive bus service or the slightly more energetic it's a 30 min walk to the city . We will definitely be returning and will recommend to our friends and family
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Mespil Hotel
4.5/5102 Reviews
Dublin
|2.59km from city center
The room is spacious and clean, the lobby service is comprehensive, and there is free parking. The location is next to the canal, and it is easy to get in and out. It is recommended!
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The Gibson Hotel
4.4/5107 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|2.27km from city center
The sanitation is very good, the room layout is reasonable and neat, far from the city, but the downstairs is the starting point of the tram, it is very convenient to go to the airport, the 747 and 757 are separated by a small block on the south side of the hotel. 7 euros direct to the airport. It seems that green apples are available every day in the corridor. The restaurant bar is good and there is an open-air balcony outside.
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The Croke Park Hotel
4.4/5108 Reviews
Dublin
|0.78km from city center
Had to argue to not get charged for a meal I didn’t have at the restaurant when checking out. Staff was friendly but maybe something fishy going on in the restaurant. That being said we had a few drinks at the bar and it was very nice.
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NYX Hotel Dublin Portobello
4.5/551 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|2.77km from city center
Beautiful hotel in a peaceful and gorgeous part of Dublin. A few minutes walk away from the Green Line LUAS. The more compact bedrooms are a bit on the small side for a couple, but they’re still well appointed, very new and clean, and comfortable. The hotel bar is cosy and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The only downside is the lack of parking, you’ll have to park onstreet at fairly considerable expense. Not really the fault of the hotel, but it is something to note if you’re driving here.
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Leevin Hostel George
3.7/57 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.05km from city center
Good Hostel for a few nights, it was my first time staying at a hostel in a dorm w others. The beds are very comfortable und you really have your orivacy, which I loved. I didnt know that you have to bring your own towels so I bought one, I dont know if they provide them I did not ask. Also I did not find any lockers but I did not ask bc I didnt had a lot of stuff and I was out most of the time. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Location is great just a 5 Min walk from O'connell St. Didnt check out the dining or game room nor the garden. My room was on 3rd floor and the shower and bathroom on the 2nd, but that didnt brother me. The shower and the room were very clean and not busy at all while I was there. WiFi worked fine and the beds are soooo comfy would stay there again but only for a few days, if I be in Dublin for a week or long er I would choose a hotel but that is just me because I am not the hostel type. If you are you will love it
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The Spencer Hotel
4.2/5120 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.41km from city center
Nice Hotel-stayed here before -even has a swimming pool which is unusual in Dublin. Great location making easy to get around -did not eat there as had early flight but room beautiful with all amenities in place -had courtyard facing room -was very quiet -overall great stay-will return.
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Trinity Townhouse Hotel
4.4/577 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.48km from city center
This hotel is perfect, location is amazing (hidden gem), and the staff...unbeilable fantastic! I want to start the review by thanking, Lidia, Abby, Alon, Dana and Lidia. I stayed at this hotel: 2 nights on my first trip (mid February) and then 3 nights with my family (early March). From the moment you arrive, you know this is not your typical hotel. It is more like an exclusive apartment with guest services. Do not expect the traditional hotel feel. I felt like I had my own apartment in the middle of Dublin and I had a friend at the front desk to guide me, provide me with recommendations and assist me with any question or service that I needed. Amazing! It made my stay in Dublin feel like I was at home. They knew me by name and knew what I needed. There is no elevator, which made it even better as I was able to do a bit of work-out getting to my room and along the way, I met a few of the other guests. This is not a party place, a loud and obnoxious place, you will not find rude people. Just guests who are interested in feeling like they are home. Since I stayed here in two different occasions, I was able to experience two different rooms both in the upper floor, one facing west and the other east. No street noise at night and its was quiet. The rooms have their own AC units which allows you to control the temperature in them. The housekeeping ladies (Dana and Lidia) will make sure your room is tidy every time you come back from your daily outing. Lidia will make sure that your are welcomed and Abby and Alon will make sure that you are taken care in the weekend and evenings. Can't say enough about this place! Perfect gem and a great place to be at.
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Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge
4.2/5111 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.86km from city center
Had a 4 night break a week ago. We had very good service particularly in the dining room. My husband has food intolerances and Alina, who I think was in charge of the dining room, was very good. She put the gluten free bread in a specially designated toaster in the kitchen, after the first morning she automatically did this when she saw us. Otherwise it was a buffet type breakfast, both cooked and continental, and put your own bread in the toaster. Lucas was our waiter and made us feel very welcome, he managed his section of the dining room very efficiently, brought us pots of coffee and tea, and cleared our table as we went along, we certainly tucked in! The hot food behind the buffet counter was constantly being freshly cooked particularly the eggs (personally I don't hot food that has stood for ages, especially eggs) We went as foot passengers from Holyhead, it wasn't worth taking the car, we chose the Arlington for it's central location. Someone showed us how to download an app to use the local transport, but the hotel is so close to the main tourist attractions that we just walked, it was easier. Being over retirement age, I went back to the hotel room for a ''rest” for a couple of hours in the afternoon. There was a lot of evening entertainment very close to the hotel, we went to 3 live entertainment events. The room was a good size, well serviced each day, nicely furnished, an old type shower worked well, and it had an extremely large comfy double bed. The view was a sort of courtyard, must admit not that attractive a view, but considering what we paid was overall very good value for money. Finally, Heather on reception was very good for information and booked our taxi back to the port. (on the way there just got the shuttle bus)
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The Clarence
4.2/5104 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.14km from city center
Last time I stayed here ( about 6 years ago?) room was dirty so have not been back again until three weeks ago. Location is superb right at the edge of Temple bar along the River Liffey -downside its a party area so like most Hotels in this area dont plan to sleep until late as lots of noise from bars etc. Room was lovely with lots of nice touches -only big issues I had was in 12c Dublin coming from 32c Jakarta and central heating did not work-you have to call reception to get it switched on then it cuts off every hour and does not work again until you call reception-totally unacceptable for a 5 star Hotel . Ended calling them five times so not much sleep!! It was a Tuesday night so looked like one of the bars in the Hotel was shut-but lots outside anyhow. Did not have breakfast as last time I did was served-took ages and was cold-judging by recent reviews on tripadvisor looks like this still. Reception on check in and out would not win any prizes for their hospitality and were just ok-could learn from The Morrison across the river where I stayed a few nights earlier -genuine hospitality. Would I stay there again -NO -leave it to Bono and the locals -heat is a basic requirement as is hospitality-better Hotels for the same or less money to be had in Dublin City.
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Hilton Dublin Airport
4.3/5123 Reviews
Dublin
|7.61km from city center
This is a bit of a mixed bag; perfectly OK to stay for a single night before flying out, but for several days if you have to work, then maybe consider one of the Hiltons near the City centre. The good bits: -Hotel foyer & restaurant has a good layout -Parking is available in the underground car park Food in the restaurant is good For improvement: -Hotel corridors are dingy... carpets need replacing and so too lighting. It's a bit depressing -Rooms are ok (there are refurbished rooms that you might get), but if facing the road - a bit noisy -Aircon terrible... mind of its own -Service in the restaurant is incredibly slow. Took 2hrs to get meal, and of the three that served us, there was no intervention to check nor when we pointed out the wait, any immediate offer to resolve.. and it was undercooked. -The gym is small for a hotel of this size -Location is 10~15min from airport and 30 to the City via the toll tunnel. Above all, the restaurant service needs fixing and more attention made to how long dishes are taking. It's basic stuff really.
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The Alex
4.4/5107 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.67km from city center
I have stayed at 4 or 5 hotels in my various trips to Ireland. I even stayed at a 5 star resort the last time I traveled here and I will say hands down the room at the Alex was by far the nicest room I have stayed in. It's not directly in the town center but it's just a 10 min walk away and one I didn't mind based on the quality of the room. My only wish was that it had a pool. There is a work out facility across the street that I never checked out so one might have been there. If I ever go back to Dublin I would definitely stay here again. They have a couple of restaurants near by both places were excellent one served the best fish in chips that I have ever had the other had a great Guinness beef pie.
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The Fleet
4.1/5103 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.02km from city center
The room is small, even the cup has to be placed in the cabinet. There is no way to open the suitcase. The 21st century has no air conditioning facilities. I asked the front desk. He said that if you want an air-conditioned room, you can book another room next time. He can give me a fan. I am really speechless. I really want to turn my eyes 🙄️ and stayed for two nights to get close to 3K. I am also drunk 😵‍💫.
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Staycity Aparthotels Dublin City Quay
4.3/5117 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.14km from city center
We stayed two night at weekend. Immaculately clean, comfortable beds and pleasant staff. Walking distance of city centre, sights, restaurants etc. Would highly recommend. Parking a 10 minute walk away.
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Maldron Hotel, Newlands Cross
4.2/5105 Reviews
Clondalkin
|0.92km from city center
It is a very good large chain star hotel in Ireland, with good management. It is close to the airport and the center of Dublin, a 20-minute drive away. There are many places to eat near the hotel, and there is a supermarket opposite! The breakfast is also very rich and the room is nice, but they don't provide any disposable items! It seems that hotels abroad are like this, so everyone should pay attention to this!
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Temple Bar Hotel Dublin
4.1/5104 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.02km from city center
Had 1 day layover in dub, airport ride is no more than 30 mins RT to a very near bus stop by the river, the block behind the hotel. Staff was fantastic, from front desk to cleaning personnel upstairs; hotel is very nice very boutique, its no new but it has lots of new charm; bed was great, at least for us; the most important things were on spot, clean bed, room and bathroom, good staff to start the check in right, and location which i was 5 mins walk from temple Bar pub to give you an idea and lots of places to eat in. Would 100% stay again here.
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Plaza Hotel Tallaght
4.2/5102 Reviews
Tallaght
|0.88km from city center
I booked one night at the Plaza Hotel, and I will never come back here. A very noisy hotel, I returned from the airport at night and thought I would sleep, but early in the morning at 7 o'clock the staff began to make noise in the corridor, they slammed the doors from the pantry and the doors of the landing very hard , asked not to clap, but after 10 minutes everything happened again. My number was 333. I do not recommend this hotel to anyone and I myself will never go back there.
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FlyOver Bed and Breakfast
4.8/589 Reviews
Dublin
|3.8km from city center
The position is really optimal. In 1/2 an hour you could refuel rental car, drop off, check in an be at airport safety control. Take care that another 1/2 hour it takes for safety control
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Pembroke Townhouse
4.3/559 Reviews
Dublin
|2.93km from city center
Parking is complimentary and on a first come first served basis. The lobby has a simple desk in the centre, with complimentary coffee, water and Pastries nearby. Staff professional and friendly with payment taken on arrival. We stayed in the loft room, which has an upstairs section to fit 3 persons. There are snack and drinks available in room (pay for on checkout) and the bathroom is bright and clean. The beds are comfortable and carpet spot-less. The room overlooks the main street, which on a match day be noisy, but not something that is loudly apparent when the window is closed. A beautiful hotel and very comfortable in a well kept area.
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Staycity Aparthotels Dublin Tivoli
4.1/5132 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.73km from city center
We stayed here as a group of 6 for the weekend. From the moment we arrived, which was fairly late in the evening, until checkout it was a top class experience. Lami, on reception, was warm, friendly, knowledgeable, full of ideas for our stay, and she couldn't do more to make sure our stay was one to remember. There was also a chap on that night alongside Lami, unfortunately we didn't get his name, but he too was just brilliant. The apartment itself was fabulous, clean, with every kitchen appliance you'd need, and the beds were comfy and gave a great nights sleep. The breakfast was one of the best we've had. A great choice of items, relaxed atmosphere, and great value for money. We also had a pizza in the hotel at 1230 one evening and that too was delicious. Thoroughly would recommend this to everyone and we will definitely stay here again. Thank you all for a great stay!
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Hotel 7, Dublin City Centre
4.4/593 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.13km from city center
A very satisfying stay during this trip, the hotel is relatively new, the facilities are good, the rooms are spacious, the staff is very welcoming, the breakfast is OK, and the price is moderate.
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Gardiner Lodge
4.3/568 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.61km from city center
Having never been to Dublin before, I picked the Gardiner Lodge without much to go on. Happily, I made the right decision. In fact, I feel like I hit the jackpot. I have been here for almost a week and I have had nothing but the most positive experiences. The people at the desk are supremely knowledgeable, attentive, friendly, and helpful. The kitchen staff serves up a wonderful breakfast every morning under the natural light in the solarium/dining room. For those mornings when I could not wait until 8am (at which point the Irish breakfasts begin to appear), a continental buffet has been waiting for me at 7am. The rooms must surely have been remodeled recently; mine looks and feels brand new. The Gardiner is perfectly located for my purposes, just above the corner of Gardiner and Talbot. Two wonderful (and very different) pubs--the Celt (with Irish music) and Grainger's (with peace and quiet)--are within a stone's throw on Talbot. There is espresso to be had on the intersection itself. Gardiner Street is busy with traffic, but no street noise ever reached my room (#16); only the sound of the occasional seagull. Dublin north of the river is not as ”well-heeled” as Dublin south of the river, and that's exactly the way I like it. Talbot is a wonderfully unassuming street with a pleasing mix of restaurants, formal and informal. Bottom line: I will come back to the Gardiner Lodge the next time I am here.
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Rochestown Lodge Hotel
4.1/589 Reviews
Dublin
|12.37km from city center
The staff are so very welcoming and friendly. I have spent seven months, four to five nights a week there. It's become like ”home from home”! Every one is so very friendly. But I must especially thank Martin from the night staff. He is hard working, friendly and kind. He's a great asset to an already good team! Thanks Martin
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Hyatt Centric the Liberties Dublin
4.5/5114 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|1.96km from city center
Great location Can walk most places easily Pub next for door next door to watch the soccer Easy walk to great bars and restaurants St Paddy’s church on our doorstep Great breakfast and happy attentive staff Great value and nothing too much trouble :)
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Premier Suites Dublin, Sandyford
4.4/520 Reviews
Sandyford
|1.29km from city center
My colleague and I stayed here for 4 weeks on a business trip including a period of Covid quarantine so being confined to the apartment for 14 days has coloured my opinion. Small things that you could ignore for one night or so can become very annoying. I can't fault the management or the cleaning staff. They were very helpful and attentive and the housekeeping was very good but the developer and architect didn't win my praise. Sandyford was convenient for us but the area is a warren of charmless new developments, several of which have stalled and are left unfinished. There are some restaurants and coffee shops nearby and a Dunnes and Aldi within walking distance and the Luas tram at the foot of the road is a boon for getting to places with a bit more to offer. There is a also a weekly food truck market across the street. The beds are comfortable and the mattresses were clean but I agree with other posters that they are too high to sit on to tie your shoes. We found several lamps didn't have working bulbs but these were quickly replaced once the management were notified. The presence of three restaurants on the ground level of means that the smell from their fryers wafts up when you are on your balcony. I could not identify the source but every few hours, day and night, there is a loud clattering that sounds like a bottle-bank being emptied. Our balcony had no view except of a car park hemmed in on four sides by tall buildings. The apartments have plenty of windows and light but that only affords your neighbours in the office buildings across the breezeway a clear view of your bedroom and living room and you a view of their desks, unless you keep the curtains closed. There was obviously a common area with benches and a play equipment built for the development but the access to this is now prevented by a padlocked gate. Protruding glass box windows might be attractive from the outside and provide space and light into the bedrooms but when it rains (as it does in Dublin) the rain drumming on the roof glass is loud enough to disturb your sleep. A very particular complaint was the useless key-card entry system which constantly failed and locked us out. The management are well aware of this as they told us to keep our key-cards away from any electronic device (hardly practical for keeping in your purse or pocket) as this might wipe the magnetic *****e. In five weeks we were locked out (with both cards failing) four times which is very annoying when coming home late and the reception has closed. The management sent over new cards in a taxi which took 30 minutes. The car parking spaces underground are a bit tight. The code to the building and garage (but not your apartment) changes weekly so you have to make a note of it when the slip is passed under your door telling you the new code. The trash collection area is disgusting, there are lots of bins but evidently these are not enough or they're not emptied often enough. Rem
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Roxford Lodge Hotel
4.5/5102 Reviews
Dublin
|2.7km from city center
We stayed at the Roxford Lodge for 3 nights in September 2022. We arrived wearily after an overnight flight, at 10:00 am. While check-in is clearly stated to begin at 3 pm, the front desk provided us with complimentary tea and croissants in the front room while they readied a room of a guest who had checked out early. Not expected at all, but so appreciated. When it turned out later that our particular room was affected by some unexpected noise, the hotel staff again graciously accommodated our request for a room change the following day, and upgraded the room type as well. While the rooms could benefit from a little updating, the overall hospitality is reason enough to book a stay here. It appears that the lodge is owned by a woman and has an all-female staff, which was nice to see. The location is excellent. It is situated in a lovely neighborhood that is within a 20-minute walk to Trinity College and City Center. In addition, we found some great places to eat breakfast and dinner within a 5-7 minute walk. Thank you for a lovely stay!
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Donnybrook Hall
4.6/531 Reviews
Dublin
|4km from city center
My experience at Donnybrook Hall was wonderful! My double room was more than adequate with an updated private bathroom. Enough hangers in wardrobe for my 8 night stay. Comfy bed, warm room (with the nice option to crack open a window) for my December stay. TV also included music channels, which was nice, Coffee/tea/biscuit/choc croissant in room daily. The staff was hospitable from checkin to my departure, Encountered a friendly face to ask about needing help every morning and night. Daily housekeeping was reliable and trustworthy. Defiantly a family operation! The neighborhood is great. There is a row of shops that include an upscale market, a bakery/coffee shop, Tesco, a pub with a restaurant and another restaurant. A fast food place serving really good fish and chips is open late along with another fast food place. There is a bus stop near the hotel, city center is about a 20 min ride by bus. I used taxis (easy pickup area in front of hotel) and safely walked into town many times. A taxi to temple bar was about 15-20 euros, a 50 min walk. This is a good option for a nice, quiet stay. A great value for the room and resourcefulness of the staff. Would defiantly recommend and revisit Donnybrook Hall!
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Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Centre
4.5/5106 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Dublin
|0.31km from city center
This hotel is incredible and I’m so happy I took a chance and made a reservation despite that I wasn’t sure as it was my first time visiting Dublin. The hospitality, the facilities and the location right in the heart of the city was PERFECT! They even help me schedule my tours and coordinate everything! My birthday was a Wednesday and the reception team sent me a sweet note, a box of chocolates and tickets for complementary drinks. This detail I will forever remember it and a special thank you to Dylan and Karen for showing up to my room and surprise me on my bday. Hope everyone can get to experience what I did this week. Thank you, Thank you Thank you!!! Going back home feeling happy, blessed and in love with this beautiful country. I will be back for sure 🇮🇪 Take care, Carla from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷
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