Hotels near Puck Castle Golf Course in Dublin

5/5Perfect31 Reviews
3.87km from Puck Castle Golf Course
We were meant to be staying in the Royal Marine Hotel in Dunlaoghaire but one week prior to our stay they informed us that they could only put us up for three nights instead of 7. A lovely lady by the name of Hayley Doyle kindly arranged for the Rochestown Lodge to put us up instead. So glad she did. We had a lovely week. We had a king room for two of us. It was huge, a really lovely room with flat screen TV, en suite bedroom, extensive storage, central heating and a sofa. We had access to a lovely swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi and gym. There is also a spa which was closed due to Covid. The food was really good and plenty of it. The staff were really helpful and friendly. Couldn't do enough for you. Covid safety was taken very seriously and the hotel was spotless. There is a small shopping centre 5 mins walk and there are 3 to 4 bus stops within walking distance of the hotel. I would fully recommend the Rochedtown Lodge Hotel. The brown Soda Bread at Breakfast was fabulous. I really would stay in this hotel again. 9/10 in my book. Mary and Lyn Clifford.
FromUS$137
4.8/5Outstanding33 Reviews
5.11km from Puck Castle Golf Course
I’m baffled where the four stars are coming from?? There’s better premier inns. We checked in here Saturday May 14th.. room was on 6th floor. Room very basic. No water. No air-con. Cheap soap. Noisy beside road. Went to the bar/restaurant for a drink and food and was met with have you booked? It was 5:30pm on the day time. We just wanted to have a drink and a sandwich. Loads of empty seats and tables. Unhelpful restaurant manager. He says Just go somewhere else for food but we were in the middle of an industrial estate! No place else to have food. Went to reception to ask for room service and one receptionist contradicted the other, one said ask for a menu and get room service (which was €7 per tray). The other receptionist then said there was no room service. So starving went back up to our room. I decided to go straight back down and order a sandwich or something and I would carry it back up. Same manager in restaurant came up again and asked was I ok? I asked could I order a sandwich and then he declared they had a table. It was so badly run it was like fawlty towers. Vending machines were at the bottom of lifts but the price on the bars/crisps were .95C and then when you had to put your money in it was €1.50. It’s the worst hotel I have been to in years. The staff are rude and unhappy. Check in was blunt. There’s your key. No telling us when breakfast was, no explanation for room room or lifts. Nothing. I paid for breakfast but didn’t bother, hit the road the following morning as I knew it would be awful. The price of the hotel was €231 with parking and breakfast. It was truly awful. I would never stay in a Clayton hotel again.
FromUS$173
3.8/530 Reviews
5.11km from Puck Castle Golf Course
This beautiful country-house hotel on the edge of Enniskerry features spacious rooms and seasonal cuisine, 5 minutes’ walk from Powerscourt House and Gardens. Dublin can be reached in a 30-minute drive.Rooms at Summerhill House Hotel feature a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Guests can relax in the room with a TV and free tea and coffee, including a herbal tea selection. Most rooms also offer scenic views of Bray Head.The Restaurant at Summerhill House serves seasonal, locally sourced cuisine, along with traditional Sunday lunches. The Cooper Beach Bar features an open fire, serving a wide range of drinks in cosy, relaxing surroundings.The Rainforest Day Spa is located next to the hotel and offers a range of spa packages. The spa overlooks the Irish Sea and the hills, with loungers surrounding the spa’s hot tub. There is a sauna and a range of luxurious holistic and beauty treatments including Swedish massages.Free parking is available, and Enniskerry village centre is just a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The hotel can arrange guided walks through the beautiful hills of County Wicklow.
FromUS$228
4/5Very Good30 Reviews
5.4km from Puck Castle Golf Course
On the picturesque seafront with beautiful views across the Irish Sea, The Martello Hotel offers hotel rooms or self-catering apartments. There is free Wi-Fi and the rail station is a 5-minute walk away.Dine in the casual Tower Bistro Restaurant or relax in the sophisticated Martello Bar. Visit Koo Nightclub at the lively Martello Hotel.Each modern apartment has a well equipped kitchen and an open-plan living area. Some of the hotel rooms have beautiful sea views.Dublin city centre is a 30-minute DART journey away. The Aircoach (bus) terminal is close by.
FromUS$108
4.3/5Excellent25 Reviews
5.43km from Puck Castle Golf Course
Property Location With a stay at The Strand Hotel former Home of Oscar Wilde & Caffe Vergnano 1882 in Bray, you'll be 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Bray Beach and 6 mi (9.6 km) from Powerscourt Estate. This hotel is 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from Leopardstown Racecourse and 8.2 mi (13.2 km) from Wicklow Mountains National Park. Rooms Stay in one of 10 guestrooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area. Dining Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's coffee shop/café. Full breakfasts are available daily from 8:00 AM to noon for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$193
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
5.78km from Puck Castle Golf Course
The STRAND HOTEL provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Bray will find that the STRAND HOTEL is a fantastic accommodation choice. Grand Canal Dock Dart Station is located approximately 21km away and Dublin Airport around 48km away. There's plenty to do nearby, with Bray Wanderers Football Club, Seafront Playground and National Sea Life Centre all within a short distance. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
FromUS$206
5/5Perfect33 Reviews
5.88km from Puck Castle Golf Course
My wife and I spent three nights here. It was in a great location - we enjoy garden visits and Mount Usher, Kilmacurragh, and Powerscourt Gardfens themselves were all quite near, as was Glendalough. The hotel is large and modern. Our room was lovely and spacious, with a balcony, and overlooked the gardens. It was very quiet. The quilt was too warm for us (air conditioning would not set below 21 degrees) but housekeeping changed it straight away for a lighter one, which was much better. The lighting in the bathroom was good, except that there wasn’t anywhere really suitable for a woman to do her make-up. We didn’t use the spa facilities. Breakfast was first rate, but evening meals didn’t work out so well for us. We ate twice in the pub: the food was ok but unexceptional. We looked at the menu for the Sika Restaurant and weren’t sure we fancied the menu, so didn’t eat in it. Car parking was great and close to the entrance. The lovely Powerscourt House and Gardens were about 10 minutes away. We were lucky to have good weather during our stay, which made it even more enjoyable.
FromUS$337
4.6/5Outstanding30 Reviews
6.46km from Puck Castle Golf Course
Overlooking Dublin Bay, The Haddington offers rooms with private bathrooms in Dun Laoghaire’s town centre, just off the main street. Free, limited parking is available onsite.A flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities are provided in each room. All rooms also have a private bathroom with a shower.Dun Laoghaire DART station is just 5-minutes’ walk away from The Haddington and provides regular rail connections to Dublin’s city centre and the O2 Arena in just 20 minutes. The Aviva Stadium and the RDS can be reached after a 10-minute DART rail journey.A full Irish and continental breakfast buffet is served in Oliveto Osteria, the hotel's new Italian restaurant and bar serving authentic Italian dishes including wood-fired pizzas, and Italian cocktails.  A full Irish breakfast buffet is served in the hotel’s Marconi Room, which overlooks the harbour.The Carlisle Lounge offers some of the best views in the area, as well as good, home-cooked food, all day long. Drinks and freshly brewed coffee are also available.The Kingston Hotel also has one of the only gardens in the area in which you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat in the warmer weather.
FromUS$186
4.3/5Excellent30 Reviews
6.64km from Puck Castle Golf Course
With spacious rooms and free Wi-Fi, Wilton Hotel Bray is about 2 km from Bray's seafront promenade and beach. Dublin is a 30-minute train ride from Bray Station.Wilton Hotel Bray has free parking and a restaurant offering a fine menu and daily specials. The lounge serves a light menu until 21:00.Bray Sea Life Centre, walking trails, pubs and restaurants are within walking distance. Bray Golf Club is close by, and Dundrum shopping centre is a 15-minute drive away.The Wilton is a good base for exploring the Wicklow Mountains and Bray Head.
FromUS$154
4.2/5Very Good30 Reviews
7.25km from Puck Castle Golf Course
On the edge of Dublin’s centre, this hotel features a luxurious spa, fitness facilities, and rooms with free WiFi. It offers an AA Rosette restaurant, and University College Dublin is just 10 minutes’ drive away.The bright rooms at Talbot Hotel Stillorgan all include a private, marble bathroom with fluffy towels and a hairdryer. Guests can enjoy a flat-screen TV, free tea and coffee, and 24-hour room service in every room.The award-winning Purple Sage Restaurant provides many hidden alcoves and quiet areas. It serves a wide variety of cuisine and an extensive wine list.The Air Coach from Dublin Airport stops directly outside the hotel, and Dublin’s centre can be reached in a 15-minute drive, with buses stopping near to the hotel. Leopardstown Racecourse is just a 5-minute drive away.
FromUS$125
5/5Perfect26 Reviews
8.19km from Puck Castle Golf Course
The environment is not bad and very new, the restaurant environment is very good, the steak is good, the breakfast is a bit late
FromUS$206
5/5Perfect36 Reviews
8.31km from Puck Castle Golf Course
This is an absolutely beautiful historic building. You can spend hours exploring the gardens, fountains, marbled staircases, fireplaces, etc. Truly beautiful! There is ample parking in the attached covered car park. The room was spacious and comfortable. The bed was equally comfortable. The room was relatively quiet. We slept with the windows open to the garden and woke to the birds chirping. Just wonderful. The lower rating is due to service. Or lack of it. We booked the pub restaurant. After being seated we were promptly totally ignored for over 30 minutes. The young staff bustled aimlessly around us with no drink order, nothing. I finally asked the manager what was the issue and he waited our table. That meant our drinks came with our food, no follow up on the dinner, no clearing of dishes, I could go on and on. It was pitiful. We stayed for breakfast and had a similar experience. No coffee at the table, lack of silverware…again, I could go on. For two rooms for two nights we paid over $800 us. For that kind of money, I would expect better service. Would we stay here again? That was the family debate. The property is beautiful. But we would book elsewhere to eat.
FromUS$183

Reviews of Hotels near Puck Castle Golf Course in Dublin

4.9/535 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Just returned from a 3 night stay at The Harding Hotel, can't fault anything from check in to checkout. We arrived mid morning and was pleasantly surprised that our room was ready so early. Room was spotless, bed was comfy and the room was spacious with everything you need including hairdryer, iron, fridge, tea making facilities etc. Breakfast was good with plenty of options. It is in a great location with only a 5 minute walk to temple bar and if you don't want to go far in the evening the bar next door is great too. Thanks for a great few days, would definitely return if I visit Dublin again.
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FromUS$98
5/532 Reviews
Dublin 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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FromUS$193
4.7/535 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I had booked a family suite, meaning two rooms with a shared bathroom. Unfortunately the doors and locks for the bathroom did not work, leading to loud and awkward situations in the night. Room was big and had plenty of storage, but all the furniture was not very well maintained: broken hinges on the wardrobes, broken drawers, scratched surfaces and a dirty office chair… it was all usable, but in a bad condition. Not very nice to stay in. The bathroom was clean, but also in need of many minor fixes: the drain was slow, there was no pressure on the shower for the bathtub. We discovered that there was not going to be any housekeeping when we arrived - which was not communicated at booking. A note informed us to telephone reception in order to get beds made and new towels. I asked for this to be done and was assured it would happen during the day - when we came back in the evening, nobody had been and our used towels were still exactly where we had left them. Again, for a short stay, i don’t mind keeping my room tidy myself, but I expect better service from such a high class hotel. The spa is big and the staff are nice - however, everything is a bit dated and there is rust and peeled off paint visible in many places. The advertised jacuzzi wasn’t available, it looked like it had been permanently disabled and turned into a flower display. Overall, it was manageable, but I expected much better from a hotel at this category, and especially for this price. Staff was very friendly, but ultimately unhelpful.
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FromUS$202
4.5/537 Reviews
Dublin City Center
A group of us went to The Celtic night on St Patrick’s Day and it was a great evening. The food was really nice we all had 3 courses and plenty of it!! We would recommend going here anytime in the year. The Irish music and dancing were excellent. All had a great time. Thank you Arlington!!!!
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FromUS$165
4.3/544 Reviews
Was out booked to the Hilton, from an IHG staff booking. Was expecting a lot from this brand but well let down. On check, we were asked if we needed a shuttle to the airport. As we needed it for 4am, reception staff member said it would be a taxi as shuttle does not start till 5am. Surely its a simple request when people book to work out if its cheaper to run a full courtesy bus at this time. Moving on to dining, as I had done on previous visits to HI dublin airport and CP dublin airport, I invited my brother and his wife for dinner in the hotel. When they arrived, were first told no outside people allowed in, then told no one in tracksuits allowed in. I questioned "security" and was told I need to discuss with F&B supervisor. This supervisor was shocked by the actions of security and apologised and gave us a table. We then ordered from a lovely assistant (I want to say burca) really helpful and full of chat. We order 2 x mains plus 6 drinks. Drinks arrived 20 minutes after the food. I subsequently ordered "baby back ribs" these were more like pork belly with the amount of fat on them. I mentioned to a server and she said she would discuss with chef. At the end, I again said the meat was sub standard and was told they would discuss with the chef. Our bill was nearly €100 and no came to follow up. I'll be here till 4am so not much more this supposed "quality" brand can mess up as customer service was poor tonight.
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FromUS$304
5/532 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Clearly inspired by 1970’s airport lounges, this hotel is a genuine refreshing change from your usual fare. We were booked in to sister hotel, The Mont, situated across the road however she wasn’t reopened in time for our stay so we were transferred. Good welcome and swift check-in meant we got to our room without delay. Room well equipped with all you needed. Superb Californian King bed…..just blissful. Silly uncomfortable occasional chair proved pointless to sit in. Huge TV! Loved it. Tiny bathroom but still, it did the job. We had access to the Executive Lounge which was pleasant. Breakfast was exceptional! Make sure you book that in. Outstanding gym (at the Mont) which I used with gusto! We recommend The Alex. My only advice would be to change those hideous occasional chairs with a sofa :) All the best people….and thank you.
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FromUS$302
5/532 Reviews
Dublin City Center
A beautiful hotel with a fabulous breakfast, gorgeous lobby with a bar to get a drink after a day of exploring. I hate to even add this because it's not the hotels fault its in the heart of temple bar but it is incredibly loud at night. If it is cool enough to close windows at night it would help but it wasn't quite cool enough when we stayed for that. The hotel staff, beautiful architecture, and charm make up for it but it is a factor to consider. Additionally rooms and bathrooms are very small but I don't spend much time in it outside of sleeping anyway when on vacation.
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FromUS$218
4/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Temple bar hotel is located directly on what we called the temple bar strip. There is a tescos right opposite which shuts at 10pm, and bars and cafes and pubs all within the strip. The location was great as a tourist and the staff were very friendly. The beds and pillows were very comfortable - probably the best I’ve slept in hotels! The room was hot and no AC but it wasn’t a problem as we stayed in May. It does get loud especially in the evenings and on Thursday-Sunday but when you close the windows you can barely hear a noise in the room. We booked directly with the hotel which was around 120euros cheaper than booking through booking.com. We had included breakfast but never used this as we wanted to get out and explore Dublin. There is only 1 lift and you need the key card to operate it. It was slightly frustrating that the key card stopped working around 6 times during our 3 night stay but the front desk replaced these very quickly. Bars and eatery’s in temple bar are expensive as it is tourist centric but if you venture out you’ll find a pint of Guinness in Bowes bar and the best Sauvignon blanc for around 5euros. The best guiness is served in John kavanaghs pub aka the grave diggers and Bowes bar. Check out is at 11 but we thought it was 12pm and the hotel did not charge us extra for this or for the luggage hold. Overall, I’d love to stay at temple bar hotel again and it really was the best location/hotel for us, especially as it was our first time in Dublin!
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FromUS$407
4.8/544 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Very clean, modern hotel with comfortable rooms, short 15 minute walk along O'Connell street to Temple Bar/City Centre areas, good value breakfast available, rooms are very well equipped e.g. USB charging, smart TV, Nespresso coffee in the room and luxury toiletries are a nice touch! Very friendly and helpful staff, free of charge luggage storage is excellent service. Highly recommended for city break in Dublin, located in a quiet street just outside of town but can walk to most attractions and good bus/transport links if you need them. Our stay was excellent, however two minor issues we had were that the air conditioning panel in the room didn't seem to work/adjust the temperature, and also the water pressure in the bathroom was not the best at 'busy' times!
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FromUS$209
5/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
This was my partners and I second time visiting the Gardiner Lodge and we had to back as we LOVED it the first time!! Since we came back again they upgraded us to a lovely room free of charge. The room was an absolute delight it was very neat and tidy. The receptionist and the staff were very kind and helpful. They allowed us to keep our back behind the desk as we did arrive extremely early before check in. The room was very cosy and comfortable. They also do a lovely breakfast with plenty of options ☺️Over all I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND going to this lodge. 10/10 ✅
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FromUS$200
5/531 Reviews
We were meant to be staying in the Royal Marine Hotel in Dunlaoghaire but one week prior to our stay they informed us that they could only put us up for three nights instead of 7. A lovely lady by the name of Hayley Doyle kindly arranged for the Rochestown Lodge to put us up instead. So glad she did. We had a lovely week. We had a king room for two of us. It was huge, a really lovely room with flat screen TV, en suite bedroom, extensive storage, central heating and a sofa. We had access to a lovely swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi and gym. There is also a spa which was closed due to Covid. The food was really good and plenty of it. The staff were really helpful and friendly. Couldn't do enough for you. Covid safety was taken very seriously and the hotel was spotless. There is a small shopping centre 5 mins walk and there are 3 to 4 bus stops within walking distance of the hotel. I would fully recommend the Rochedtown Lodge Hotel. The brown Soda Bread at Breakfast was fabulous. I really would stay in this hotel again. 9/10 in my book. Mary and Lyn Clifford.
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FromUS$137
5/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed recently from 3 nights from 10th May in a deluxe king room. The room was excellent although I did need to request extra hangers for my clothes. Lovely rainfall shower. All staff were very, very friendly & helpful. We ate our evening meal the evening we arrived - had starters & mains - all delicious. The breakfast every morning was delicious - so much choice & all cooked to order. The hotel was about a 10/15 minute walk to the sights. A fabulous find & I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend or stay again.
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FromUS$301
5/526 Reviews
The environment is not bad and very new, the restaurant environment is very good, the steak is good, the breakfast is a bit late
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FromUS$206
4.4/530 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Good breakfast, good location, good service
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FromUS$331
4/533 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I had the most wonderful stay in Beresford hotel. After coming back to Dublin for a visit ,it was lovely to stay in yhis hotel. The staff were all welcoming from the minute i walked into the hotel. Very friendly and welcoming. One staff member that stood out the most was Daniel. Very friendly and approachable . He recommended a few restaurants that i could attend with my mother in the city,very good reccomendations and also places to site see as it has been over 10 years since i have been back to Ireland. His approachability and knowledge of Dublin made it feel like i have never left. Overall a very wonderf stay and thumbs up to Daniel. I will definitely recommend Beresford hotel to my friends and definitely the bar for a nice selection of drinks .
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FromUS$236
4.5/533 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The hotel is OK but our reception was a night mare. Basically we had booked two rooms 4 months prior to our stay and when we checked in she said 'the system' only had one room showing so we checked in and got our key. Then our friends tried to check in but the receptionist ( the short one) could not find any mention of it on the system. We luckily had a booking confirmation on our phone showing we had paid for two rooms for two nights. So she told us to wait and she would try to find it on 'the system' but she did not instead she dealt with other customers. There were two other people on reception although I think one was a trainee. We then found the booking reference number and tried to give it to her. She was reluctant to help as she was dealing with other customers. I said she could allocate a room to us and then sort it out later but all she said over and over again was 'if she could not find it on the system she could not allocate a room' I said she could allocate it was just that she would not do it. Anyway after a long time she did find it 'on the system' and then she went through the booking in process and allocated keys. Not once did she apologise. I said to her that I thought an apology was the least she could do and here response yet again was 'I cant allocate a room unless it is on the system' An awful woman. Also our room had a close up view of some student flats looking straight into the bed room windows and the breakfast area is too small to cope in busy periods. The other staff were excellent especially those downstairs but I would say avoid this hotel, at any cost.
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FromUS$227
4.9/547 Reviews
Breakfast is average, location is not close to the central area, you need to take a few bus stops, the bus stop is close to the hotel, change some euros for change, buses cannot use credit cards, do not accept banknotes, only change There is a direct airport bus no. 700 not far from the airport gate. This car can pay banknotes. The hotel is clean and the service is good.
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FromUS$187
4.3/547 Reviews
It takes less than 15 minutes from the hotel to the airport. More convenient, at the airport's No. 16 bus, there is a free shuttle bus provided by the hotel. The hotel environment is good. There is a restaurant inside, and there is a small shop next door. The environment is ok, and it is very convenient to go to the airport.
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FromUS$268
4.2/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed for several nights while visiting Dublin/Ireland. The hotel is well located, just a few minutes walk from McConnell Street and about 10-15 minutes from the Liffey. Taxi ride to/from the airport take under 1/2 an hour (about €20). The rooms are of a reasonable size, and clean. There isn’t a huge amount of storage space but this is not unexpected. The breakfast is extensive, but you need to reserve the table in advance the previous day as per the hotel’s instructions - this was a good idea as there was never a queue for the buffet. The restaurant is also very good. We did not drink at that bar but it seemed to be very popular. The staff members were uniformly helpful - I had a small problem with the sink in my bathroom and it was fixed very quickly. Reception staff were helpful with all issues including booking taxis etc - particular thanks to Bruno! For guided bus tours, the bus stop is a 2 minute walk away, literally round the corner from the entrance. Overall a very positive experience.
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FromUS$207
4.8/533 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Stayed here on night of 11th April 2022. I am writing this at 5;55am because I am wide awake. God knows what but there has been a constant, horrible, dull, terrible thudding/thumping sound for the past couple of hours. Imagine a trance nightclub beat over and again. Then it stops for 10 seconds and starts again. I can’t be sure it’s not coming from another room but I would imagine if it was then the management would have intervened. I note that there is a huge building project opposite the hotel about 50 yards down so maybe the thudding is some sort of seriously heavy machinery pummelling away. Whatever this thudding is it is seriously annoying and it is impossible to sleep. I’m on floor 1 BTW. It is inconceivable that the hotel are not aware of this. Maybe they are aware of it but the thudding is coming from elsewhere and there’s nothing they can do about it?Even so, this Hotel is expensive and those on a budget may be better off booking somewhere else. I have also noticed that this lovely hotel sounds very hollow. The sound of every foot step on the floor, door closed, drawer closed seems to be amplified lots. Can’t fault the clean, lovely room or it’s decor. Can’t fault the staff either who all seem professional etc and whilst I am not 100% complaining about the food last night it was average. Sorry Maldron team, I know you are all working as best you can for guests but at the price I paid for the room I expect more. I wonder if I am the only one to comment on the noise recently. Only time will tell.,.
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FromUS$256
5/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed here 6 nights. The rooms are good size but don’t expect a view. There is no air conditioning in any of the rooms; however, we didn’t need it in early May. It has several restaurants in walking distance, but it is about a 25 minute walk from the popular Temple Bar area. Taxi rides to most of the areas run about 10-12 Euro. There is a breakfast buffet on the mezzanine level. It is 16 Euro unless it comes with your room. A big shout out to Maria G and Damir. They are both very helpful and go the extra mile to help. There is no concierge, so you have to get all your info plus taxis at the reception desk. There is a Covid testing center about 5 minutes away at the Maldron Hotel on Pearce Hotel. You can book your test online through Rondox before you go to Ireland.
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FromUS$207
4.1/535 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Best points about the hotel are the unbeatable location, comfortable bed, heavenly shower, Morelands Grill for breakfast and dinner, front desk and concierge. Note the Heritage Deluxe rooms in the recently opened wing don’t have city views and the website hasn’t been updated yet to reflect this fact. Queried it with a manager who assured us we were in the right room but did offer to find us one with a view. In the event we were content to stay where we were - its just that when we found we were in an inner cabin it made us think we were in the wrong place. So we had the nice blue carpet but no artwork, no bathrobes/slippers, and initially no tea mugs. Only one USB port in the room next to one side of the bed so if you have two devices bring a plug. No dressing table so my wife used the mirror above the minibar for hair drying. Room servicing was inconsistent (small details) but we understand that all hotels are short of staff at present. However on one day it was disheartening to return from a tiring day trip to find the room was unmade. At €700 a night everything should be just right. Again we do recommend Morelands Grill for dinner. We booked it separately as a stop-gap before eating out elsewhere and are delighted that we did so.
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FromUS$432
3.2/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
If I had my druthers, I'd stay kn the other side if the river but I was booked in this hotel on a group trip. The location was a bit far from most things for me. But the bed was comfortable and the bathroom decent (though I had to wait really long for hot water in the shower one morning). It was clean and the staff were fine. They struggled to get all of our rooms ready by check in time. I wanted to walk the stairs but a couple of times they door was blocked by a huge pile of dirty laundry bags. They seem to turn over a lot but it's just not handled seamlessly. But it's overall not a bad choice if you don't mind walking a half hour to most attractions.
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FromUS$189
4/543 Reviews
Dublin City Center
After working in the travel industry for over 5 years and having stayed in many different places around the world, staying at Kilay house was far from pleasant . I was awoken abruptly by a member of staff shouting at me at 12:30am because I had apparently got into the wrong bed. When I realised after his rude shout at me that he wanted to see the printed receipt I had, I kindly showed him and explained 1 he didn’t need to speak to me like that especially as he has just come into the room and woke me up at 12:30AM and that when I checked in I had been told my room number and told “enjoy your stay” nothing about going to any “specific bed”. He demanded I go down stairs right away to complete a “cash payment” of €20 for this error, which again was not on my behalf! As a solo female traveller it was totally unsettling and made me feel very vulnerable within the property. The level of rudeness and total lack of empathy from staff was beyond me. This was in my first night of what was planned to be 3 nights booked and paid for. I decided to leave early hours of that morning and find alternative accommodation while in Dublin. They refused to refund me for the 2 nights I was no longer using and there was not even an apology at the desk for the experience received. I would highly recommend anyone look at this property seriously considers how they spend their money. I can honestly say it is not worth your time and what you feel like you might save up front you will end up pay for in abrupt terrible customer care and poor hygiene in the property. Do not do it to yourself - stay clear.
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FromUS$41
5/527 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Very nice new hotel with a great location. The night manager, Nathan was very helpful and kind at the bar when we came home at night. We went there 2 couples and we all enjoyed talking to Nathan who gave us great tips on what to see in and around Dublin.
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FromUS$203
4.8/533 Reviews
I’m baffled where the four stars are coming from?? There’s better premier inns. We checked in here Saturday May 14th.. room was on 6th floor. Room very basic. No water. No air-con. Cheap soap. Noisy beside road. Went to the bar/restaurant for a drink and food and was met with have you booked? It was 5:30pm on the day time. We just wanted to have a drink and a sandwich. Loads of empty seats and tables. Unhelpful restaurant manager. He says Just go somewhere else for food but we were in the middle of an industrial estate! No place else to have food. Went to reception to ask for room service and one receptionist contradicted the other, one said ask for a menu and get room service (which was €7 per tray). The other receptionist then said there was no room service. So starving went back up to our room. I decided to go straight back down and order a sandwich or something and I would carry it back up. Same manager in restaurant came up again and asked was I ok? I asked could I order a sandwich and then he declared they had a table. It was so badly run it was like fawlty towers. Vending machines were at the bottom of lifts but the price on the bars/crisps were .95C and then when you had to put your money in it was €1.50. It’s the worst hotel I have been to in years. The staff are rude and unhappy. Check in was blunt. There’s your key. No telling us when breakfast was, no explanation for room room or lifts. Nothing. I paid for breakfast but didn’t bother, hit the road the following morning as I knew it would be awful. The price of the hotel was €231 with parking and breakfast. It was truly awful. I would never stay in a Clayton hotel again.
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5/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The staff couldn't do enough to help. No lift which was a bit of a pain but the rooms were clean and adequate. Shower was a bit small so difficult to use if you are on the braoder side. However, easy to get into the centre of town (you can see the spire at the end of the street) and ideally placed for the Celt bar which is definitely worth a visit or three. Breakfast was a lovely addition,
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FromUS$192
4.7/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Stayed here for just one night with my partner. Beautiful,clean,bright & airy. Reception staff very friendly,helpful, efficient & confident in their work. Waiting staff very the very same. The bedroom was spotless, absolutely immaculate!! The evening dinner was scrumptious, seriously good food & fantastic service by a lovely girl. Breakfast was buffet,served between 7am & 10am,we had breakfast at 8.30 & sorry but I was a little disappointed as the food was just 'cool' I like my food hot. It also didn't have the fresh taste about it which led me to think it was there possible over 2 hours. Had a lovely stay in this Fabolous hotel. Other than being slightly disappointed with breakfast I feel the only one big thing that lets this 'classy' hotel down is the cheap toilet paper used in guests ensuites. Seriously needs to be changed to a paper that can be used without having to use half a roll.
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FromUS$216
4.6/534 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I have been a Hilton Honors member since 2009, a Diamond member for the last 5 years and was Gold before that. As such i have over all the years stayed in a significant number of Hilton Brand hotels, my experiences aside from only 2 occasions have been fantastic. Treated more like a friend than a guest. It is all too easy to forget about the true values which transform a good hotel stay into an experience which can easily be described as wonderful. I first visited this hotel when my daughter was 5 or 6 .....she is now 22. So a long time then. My apologies for taking so long to post a review. This is an example of a hotel which embraces the true values of hospitality and leaves no stone unturned to fulfil this. The staff are truly welcoming, endeavouring to go above and beyond to ensure your experience is a good one. Last year ( 2021 ) I spent over 30 nights as their guest, and so far this year i have spent 6 nights here. I meet up with a business colleague who lives in Dublin and aside from work enjoy the excellent food and drink which the hotel serves. The food here is excellent and the lunch and dinner menu offer a selection suitable for all tastes. The rooms are excellent, always clean, and service is both quick and without fuss. The staff truly do everything to ensure that you are comfortable and your stay is enjoyable. I would have no hesitation with recommending this hotel to any prospective boarder. The location is excellent, with the Luas stop mere feet away from the front steps.
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FromUS$246
5/531 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I already posted this review on booking.com and google, but think it is important to share it on every platform. 1st day: · we checked in at 2pm, with a nice staff that explained everything. We got a 10 person-room, non-mixed, on the last floor. · when we arrived in the room, we took a shower, and found the bathroom in this condition: hair in the shower, dirty bathroom floors, mold on the ceiling and a clutched sink. Furthermore, one toilet and bathroom for 10 people is very little, and the fact that the toilets are IN the bathroom makes it kind of hard to actually live all-together. · There was also hair in the clean sheets, which were definitely not mine, since I'm bald, and those were long and black. · during the night, a woman entered our room looking for her bed - mind all the 10 beds were already occupied, and there was no other available in the room - and the clothes she had left in the morning. She was Italian and didn't speak English, but hopefully one of us spoke Italian. Apparently the staff had removed her things, while she still had a reservation. A member of the staff (male, in a 10 women-only bedroom, while we were all sleeping in our underwears) to come back with her in our room 5 consecutive times - mind it was 1 in the morning - obviously lost as what to do with this situation, since all of us, including the woman, had a booking in the room. So, 11 people in a 10 people bedroom. We ended up having only 3 hours of sleep, as we had to wake up at 5 the following day. The employee didn't give us any explanation or apologise. She had a key, which really terrorised us, because if she had a key, it means the reception really has no idea of who is in the hostel, and who sleeps where. 2nd day: · We complained at reception about the condition of the room and what happened the night before. The lady was nice and apologised but basically told us to speak to the manager the day after because he wasn't in, without giving us any information about what happened or any solution. . Our cards also decided to stop working randomly (even though we were careful not to put them next to our phones to try and not demagnitised them), so we had to go to reception and ask for them to change them. 3rd day: · We complained to the manager, who told us it wouldn't happen again and said the bathroom would be clean (after 2 days). About the Italian woman situation, the manager explained that she had booked the room for only a week and apparently didn't know her reservation had ended, so everything belonging to her had been taken out of the room. She then asked the receptionist at night for the key, so that she could get her stuff back, and then tried to stay to sleep (?). So anyways, a really weird and disturbing situation, as they let a person enter our room in the middle of the night without checking her records. · The bathroom was cleaned, and the sink uncloged, which was a good point. 4th day · We were glad to finally leave the hotel, and found ou
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