Hotels Near The River Cafe In Dublin

4.3/5Excellent21 Reviews
2.56km from The River Cafe
Discover Dublin at the Hilton Dublin Airport hotel, just minutes from Dublin city center and within walking distance of a variety of business corporations.Arrive at the hotel in ten minutes via the airport shuttle service.With secure underground parking, this Dublin Airport hotel offers nine flexible meeting rooms for up to 350 Guests, with WiFi and breakout rooms. Stay connected in the business center and enjoy a range of helpful technologies. Keep up to date with flight arrival and departure times on the hotel lobbya??s flight monitors.Unwind in a spacious guest room with floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoy a choice of thoughtful amenities including high-speed internet access and a large 37-inch inch flat screen TV. Keep fit at the fully equipped LivingWell Express Gym with cardiovascular equipment. Feast on succulent steaks at Burnell Grill or unwind with an evening drink and a light meal beside the open fire at the popular Burnell bar.
FromUS$119
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
2.57km from The River Cafe
Set in an 11th-century castle the Clontarf Hotel combines ancient architecture with 21st-century facilities. 10 minutes’ from Dublin city centre, this boutique hotel offers an award-winning restaurant and luxurious bedrooms.Rooms at the Clontarf Castle Hotel feature air-conditioning, LCD satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi. There is a 24-hour room service menu and beds have pillow-top mattresses.The Fahrenheit Grill serves fine cuisine and specialises in local beef and fish dishes. The Knights Bar has ornate ceilings, huge open fireplaces and stained glass windows.The Indigo Lounge, with its stylish sofas and red chandeliers, serves morning coffee, afternoon tea and an excellent selection of wines.There is a bus stop outside of the Castle with regular services to the city centre. Free parking is available at Clontarf Castle.
FromUS$165
4.6/5Outstanding21 Reviews
4.36km from The River Cafe
Bathtub & # 128705; Super Nice
FromUS$102
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
4.48km from The River Cafe
We received a very nice welcome when we arrived one evening at Flyover B&B. Our room was medium-sized with a comfy double bed with lots of blankets. It had a desk, a coat rack, lots of electrical outlets for charging devices, a generally good wifi signal (although at times it did drop out), and opening windows for ventilation. There was an in-room safe, a 32” TV, and an armchair. Our bathroom had a great shower with hot water and lots of pressure. The B&B is very clean and has been updated with new plumbing fixtures. It is nicely decorated with lots of mirrors and good lighting. There is a nice bright breakfast room with self-serve fridge for yoghurt, juice, cereal, tea and coffee. Three choices of cooked breakfast are available. The Comet pub is just a few steps away for other meals. Although it is situated on a main street it was very quiet. Off street parking is provided. There are perfect bus connections to the city (3EU for bus to Dublin centre). The B&B is a short ride from airport, about 15 EU.
FromUS$85
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.6km from The River Cafe
We arrived into the entrance and was told the room will take a few minutes as a maintenance guy was fixing a light in the room. There is a bar called the Schooner Bar to the left of the reception area and to the right is the Cucinos Restaurant which is Italian. The porter came and took our bags up to the room. It was a sea view with a balcony which was nice. I have to say the room was crisp bright and spotless. What surprised my colleague and I was the little attention to detail in the bathroom where they left you toothbrush and toothpaste which is rare. They left a little treat of cakes on the table overlooking the sea. It was a nice touch. The balcony sadly didn't have any furniture to sit outside. The room though had a whistle noise which didn't bother me at the beginning but it really bothered my colleague. My colleague requested a bucket of ice and 2 wine glasses which was asked at reception but we are still waiting. It eventually came after 35 minutes and they apologised for the delay but I was not impressed. the restaurant opens in the evenings from 5pm to 9.30pm Wednesdays through to Saturday and 1pm to 9.30pm on Sundays. The Schooner Bar gives food all day. It is open til 11.30pm Monday to Thursdays, and 12.30pm Saturdays and from 12 noon to 11pm Sundays. We tried the Cucinos Restaurant my colleague had spaghetti alla carbonara €14 and I had the penne all arrabbiata pasta with chicken €17. The food was dreadful. My colleagues meal was dry felt like it had been standing for awhile. mine was so wet and not tasty. We complained and they offered us something else so my colleague then said they would try the Mediterranean Salad for €7.50 and I tried the Crositini can Prosciutto a Farmaggio Di Capra for €8.00. Yet again my colleague and I were disappointed with the salad it was so bland, so tasteless and boring. The staff were very pleasant helpful and polite. We complained yet again they gave us tea and coffee but the tea was dire coffee somewhat palatable. The bill was €8 but I was applaud that they took it away and I didn't even get a chance to eat it. I shouldn't have had to pay for anything as the experience was extremely terrible. They should have wiped the entire bill! There was no ambiance music that made you feel like you were in an Italian restaurant. We enquired about the leisure facilities what surprised both of us was you have to leave the building go outdoors to get to the swimming pool which we thought was crazy. We would give this a two for the view but for everything else very disappointing.
FromUS$151
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.83km from The River Cafe
Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a terrace, DCU Rooms All Hallows offers accommodation in Dublin, 1.1 km from Croke Park Stadium. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.DCU - Dublin City University is 1.8 km from DCU All Hallows, while Convention Centre Dublin is 2.5 km from the property. The nearest airport is Dublin Airport, 6 km from the property.
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4.7/5Outstanding14 Reviews
4.85km from The River Cafe
The 4* gibson hotel is one of Dublin's newest and trendiest hotels on thedoorstep of The O2, only one Luas stop from The Convention Centre Dublinonly a 5 minute walk. Only 15 minutes by car via The Port Tunnel fromDublin airport or 12 minutes on the luas to the city centre. All 252 roomsare calm and relaxing in neutral tones with comfy Respa beds, free 100MBWIFI, power showers and stunning city and courtyard views. Executive roomsare ideal for extra space or traveling with the family and have their ownbalcony. Dine in Coda Restaurant or Hemi bar on site car parking. 24hr gymand relaxation room
FromUS$128
5/5Perfect13 Reviews
4.86km from The River Cafe
This charming hotel enjoys a convenient location just 3 kilometres from Dublin city centre and a 15-minute walk from Croke Park Stadium. Dublin Airport is a short driving distance from the hotel and travellers will find themselves close to Dublin City University and to Albert College Park. The main building dates back 200 years and combines the traditional Irish elegance and contemporary convenience of Dublin. The guest rooms have been tastefully decorated and provide a host of modern services such as complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection and free access to the state-of-the-art spa. Business travellers will appreciate the fully-equipped meeting facilities with a capacity for up to 900 guests.
FromUS$100
3.7/513 Reviews
5.03km from The River Cafe
The Dublin Skylon Hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport. Dublin’s centre is a 5-minute drive, and Croke Park Stadium is 5 minutes' walk. A shuttle bus service is available to and from the hotel to the airport, O2 arena, and Aviva Stadium.The elegant rooms have a warm décor and feature a private bathroom with hairdryer and a lap-top size safe. Guests can relax with a flat-screen TV with news and movie channels and free tea and coffee in the room. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.The Rendezvous Restaurant serves French and Irish cuisine, whilst the Cosmopolitan Bar has a bar menu, light snacks and a variety of beverages.The Skylon Bar and Grill is a split-level bar traditionally designed to provide an intimate and cosy atmosphere. The Skylon Restaurant features imaginative menus with a focus on fresh local produce of the highest quality. Breakfast consists of a buffet and a choice of a cooked breakfast or continental selection.Central Dublin is 2 miles away and has many attractions for guests to explore including Dublin Castle, Dublin Zoo and the Guinness factory.
FromUS$113
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
5.25km from The River Cafe
The room is fairly clean. It is a student dormitory in the university, but it is located on the outskirts of Dublin City. The neighborhood is relatively deserted and there are not many surrounding facilities. Travelling is troublesome. It takes about 20 minutes to get to the bus station.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
5.33km from The River Cafe
We visited here twice on our overnight visit to Dublin - our first as we arrived in Dublin early and needed a breakfast - I was so impressed at how clean the place was I even text an old boss to tell her (she would have loved it) every inch was shining. This is not easy in a pub of this size, on a Sunday, the day after a big rugby match especially. I was truly amazed. We were even further impressed by the service given, apologise we did not get the bartenders name, we really should have because he was so worth a mention on both our visits. Very friendly, and attentative. Coming from a hospitality background myself I really do spot great service, he's a credit to you. We stayed for breakfast and a few drinks before making our way back to our hotel, the breakfast was so good, a great size and every part was perfect (even the eggs and I'm incredibly fussy about eggs), it was so good we didn't even think of going else where the following day before we left for the airport. The lager was perfect, can definitely tell lines are kept clean and went down a treat. A good clean pub with a nice atmosphere, great service, beautiful big breakfast and good beer.. What more could you want.. I wish this was my local
FromUS$61
3.5/55 Reviews
5.35km from The River Cafe
I had booked The Shipwright for a one night stay, to attend a concert in the near-by 3Arena. A friend had stayed there last year, for the same purpose, and she had told me that accommodation is basic but that the guesthouse’s location, just a brisk five minute walk from the concert venue, was excellent. If you’re attending the 3Arena, The Shipwright’s location is, indeed, second to none (except for the Gibson Hotel, if you can afford it). I took the Airlink coach from Dublin Airport, got off at the first stop (3Arena/Point Village) and arrived at the Shipwright within minutes. Leaving the 3Arena at around 22.30hrs that night, I (a 5’4’’ female) felt entirely safe walking back to the guesthouse. It is situated in a decent, mixed residential and commercial area, and lots of other concert goers were headed in the same direction. The Aviva Stadium and Dublin ferry port are also only minutes away from the Shipwright. I checked into my accommodation in the Off-Licence belonging to the pub and guesthouse, where the staff member (Roxana?) was very friendly and showed me up to my room. Access to the guesthouse stairwell and the guest rooms is by electronic key card. There is a microwave oven for guests’ use off the hallway. Intended guests have to accept that The Shipwright is an old building with twisty corridors, no lift and sash windows that are far from soundproof. If your room neighbours are early risers, then it’s likely that so are you, courtesy of timber floor boards and (probably) thin stud walls. The guest next door to my room was a prolific snorer and he may as well have been in my own room, such was the noise. On the other hand, street noise was surprisingly low on a Thursday night; the pub and Off-Licence downstairs presented no problem at all. I had a double room in single occupancy, at €105 without breakfast, mid-week. I would hope that this price just applied because Hugh Jackman was playing the 3Arena that night. If not, I would call this price daylight robbery given the type of accommodation. My room had nicely decorated walls and matching curtains. This stood in stark contrast to the stained and damaged carpet. I was glad I had brought slippers. The curtains were pretty but not of the black-out kind which was unfortunate because of the bright street lighting. The furniture was cheap and worn but the bed very comfortable: a good mattress and very good pillows. The room was stiflingly hot despite the radiator being off, and I didn’t feel safe opening the sash window at night as my room was just on the first floor. Unfortunately, the bedside lamps were much too dim to read by. Tea, coffee, milk and sugar were plentiful but sugar was only of the unhealthy white variety. There was no hair dryer. There was no Fire Evacuation Plan posted in the room. Is that even legal? Having paid a whopping €105 for my night’s stay, I was particularly dismayed by the state of the shower which I didn’t dare use, despite my day’s travell
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Hotels Near The River Cafe In Dublin Review

5/55 Reviews
Wonderful weekend stay at Pembroke Hall. All the communication before we arrived was great, Hilary was really helpful. Arrived late on Friday, instructions and entry code exactly as described, it’s a beautiful old Victorian/Edwardian style big house. Stunning and spotless throughout. Lovely lounge area with the really nice touch of an honesty bar/refreshments, very novel in today’s world. Room was spotless and a really comfortable bed lead to two great nights sleep. Seamus was really welcoming when we met him Saturday morning too. Nothing disturbed us at all, and the local restaurants where plenty and superb, as was fresh coffee and croissants only a two minute walk away each morning. It’s a decent walk (15-20) mins into the centre of Dublin but what a wonderful city it is. Great stay and highly recommend.
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FromUS$108
4.4/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We were traveling with our grandsons (11 and 13) and wanted to stay close to meGrafton Street. The Brooks is la 1-0-minute walk to Grafton Street and to Trinity College. The stop for the hop on/hop off bus is also very close. To me first impressions are critical. When we arrived at the hotel, the two receptionists at the front desk were simply awesome!! We had arrived early and our rooms weren't quite ready and so they worked their magic to find two adjoining rooms that were ready. (It has been my experience that, in 99% of the hotels I have visited, the receptionist would have told me to come back later!!) The receptionists and the concierge were extremely helpful in advising us where and when to travel to see the sights on our bucket list. The "when" is the operative word because the weather during our visit was less than ideal!! Our rooms were spacious, well appointed and clean. The bathroom had both a tub and shower which made my wife quite happy!! My wife was also happy that the bathroom had a hair dryer. The beds were very comfortable. More importantly, the thermostat in our room ACTUALLY worked!!! We could set the temperature lower before retiring for the evening which made for a great night's sleep!! As for our grandchildren, the one amenity that the hotel offered which transcended all of the other nice things about the hotel was ... the pillow menu!! They were totally and completely enamored of this and are still taliking about it. We did eat breakfast in the hotel and, if there was a weak spot, it was the limited number of choices for breakfast items. Another nit was that there were empty trays where breakfast meats and croissants should have been. (Following our first experience, we ate breakfast at a wonderful cafe around the corner!) I would definitely recommend this hotel to travelers going to Dublin.
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FromUS$188
4.5/514 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The luxurious deluxe quadruple room is a jacket room, a room with a big bed room, a room with a twin room and a very spacious room. There is an airport bus at the entrance of the hotel, there are several supermarkets around, there are many meals, and the hotel's steak is good! There are no slippers and toothbrushes in the room. You need to bring your own slippers and toiletries. Breakfast is a good English breakfast, I like it. The Liffey River is on the doorstep and it takes about 15 minutes to walk to the city centre. The National Gallery is worth a look.
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FromUS$132
5/511 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The location is good, the service is good, the facilities are great, clean and cost effective. Originally 1k set a common room for a night, 1.5k set a night luxury room, directly upgraded to 2 nights luxury room, value for money. Going to Dublin next time, you will choose here! recommend.
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FromUS$172
3.8/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
My cousin and I stayed at Camden Key in Dublin for 2 nights Nov 17 and 18. I have stayed there before and love it for its convenient location and friendly staff. I didn't realize I left my jewelry bag and jewelry until we had been home almost 3 weeks. I didn't think I would ever see my lost items again, but with the wonderful help of Thais, Sash and my room cleaner, among others, all of it was returned to me. I am forever grateful for their concern, honesty and help in recovering my things. They are absolutely the best! Mary Sue Gillan
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FromUS$70
4.1/515 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The main road by the river, between Half Penny Bridge and O'Connell Bridge, has convenient transportation. But there is no parking space, and there is no place for temporary parking and unloading at the door. Self-driving is not recommended.
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FromUS$98
4.2/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Just returned from a stay at the Clarence Hotel, Dublin Presently there are extensive renovations going on in the hotel but we were no disturbed by any of the work although the hotel iis covered in plastic sheeting plus lots of scaffolding. However, if our room was anything to go by it will all be worthwhile. The room was immaculately clean and all the fitting were new. The bed was huge and the room was tastefully furnished. The bedroom had a tv. There was a further room with a velvet settee and another tv which was huge. All the tea/coffee facilities were brand new including a Nespresso machine and Smegg fridge The bathroom was beautiful and had an excellent shower. On the down side there is a lot of noise from a nearby club but we did not asked to be moved because the room and facilities were lovely. The view from the window was grim but I guess it depends what you want from your room. I would think it would be difficult at the moment to get a completely perfect room with a view until the renovations are complete. The staff were lovely and did everything they could to help make our stay successful. We had breakfast at the most beautiful coffee shop just a couple of doors down from the hotel. The food was fab.
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FromUS$146
4.5/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
My Wife and I had the pleasure of staying in Buswells Hotel recently and thoroughly enjoyed a relaxing time. If you want a traditional service delivered by kind hearted people who care about what they do then the Buswells Hotel is the one for you. In addition to the excellent service the hotel throughout was exceptionally clean, thanks to Mary & her Team, the bed was extremely comfortable and the bedding luxurious. On a personal front a special 'Thank you' for Paddy who always makes us feel so welcome.
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FromUS$162
4.5/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed here the night of of wedding along with a small number of friends. It was a small group of people as this was during level 5 Covid restrictions and we were really just looking for somewhere to stay, eat and drink. Other hotels in Dublin were looking to charge us €500 to just hire a room which didn't include any drinks or meals and there wasn't even any guarantee that we could stay overnight. The Alex were very accommodating and flexible for us, we were treated brilliantly. We were given complimentary prosecco in all rooms and at the bar upon arrival. The rooms, restaurant/bar and common areas were very modern and appear to have been renovated recently. I dealt with a lady over the phone for my bookings, I believe here name was Róisín and she was very helpful. I would highly recommend the Alex for small group gatherings such as what we had.
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FromUS$250
4.2/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
This was a great location for out Dublin visit. We didn’t have a car during our few days in Dublin, but we were able to walk pretty easily each day to the major sites we wanted to see. The room, which was in the Mews building, was clean and it was nice to have a kitchenette. There were five of us travelling together so we had two adjoining rooms, one with a queen size bed and the other with three beds. This was perfect for us and our adult children! Both rooms had a kitchenette (the one with the queen bed was significantly larger). We had plenty of space for all of us and our luggage. I would definitely stay here again.
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FromUS$101
4.2/510 Reviews
We stayed at Waterloo Lodge for 7 nights in the late of August. Our room was at the second floor, with windows faced to the street (in fact I think that all windows at the hotel does). The house was built in ca 1850, and there are a couple of nice photocopies of documents at the wall to state it. The room itself doesn't pretended to be brand new, rather it looks pretty old-fashioned. So that is what you possibly expect at the Ireland, doesn't you? All facilities was good, there is a fan for air conditioning, though we didn't use it. Breakfast was very good, Irish or continental, and the first option was really big and tasty. Hotel team were very kind and helpfully. To sum up, the Lodge is perfect for buusbess trip and for family holiday as well.
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FromUS$95
4.5/55 Reviews
We received a very nice welcome when we arrived one evening at Flyover B&B. Our room was medium-sized with a comfy double bed with lots of blankets. It had a desk, a coat rack, lots of electrical outlets for charging devices, a generally good wifi signal (although at times it did drop out), and opening windows for ventilation. There was an in-room safe, a 32” TV, and an armchair. Our bathroom had a great shower with hot water and lots of pressure. The B&B is very clean and has been updated with new plumbing fixtures. It is nicely decorated with lots of mirrors and good lighting. There is a nice bright breakfast room with self-serve fridge for yoghurt, juice, cereal, tea and coffee. Three choices of cooked breakfast are available. The Comet pub is just a few steps away for other meals. Although it is situated on a main street it was very quiet. Off street parking is provided. There are perfect bus connections to the city (3EU for bus to Dublin centre). The B&B is a short ride from airport, about 15 EU.
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FromUS$85
4.4/510 Reviews
We had a lovely evening staying here. Staff could not have been more friendly and attentive. A special touch was the complimentary bottle of wine and signed birthday card from the staff, waiting in the room for the birthday girl. There was a relaxing, calm and friendly atmosphere in the hotel. Guests were encouraged to help themselves to tea, coffee and lovely cake in the reception area. You could bring the tea/coffee to your room. There was no rush at breakfast or checkout. Secure parking was available and we were able to do a nice walk leisurely walk to Stephens Green. A very good location. Highly recommended.
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FromUS$117
5/56 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Note: Reposting this review as it was unfairly flagged. I'm not looking to make a bigger issue of this but it was my experience and it is valid as a customer. I was unhappy with the response of the hotel on this matter. I booked a one night stay in this hotel for early October as a county stay-cation while we were still in Level 3. I changed the reservation to accommodate another couple and we were looking forward to our stay on Friday 23 October. For some reason the booking system didn't register my booking modification and I was listed as a no show for the original date. Over 2 weeks and 6 phone calls later to the hotel I was told that the system didn't log my change and therefore I wouldn't be offered a voucher or refund. It has been implied that I did not actually change the reservation as claimed as the booking system of this worldwide hotel is trusted over the word of a customer. In normal circumstances I wouldn't plan to stay in a hotel 3km from where I live but it's 2020 and we wanted a night away and we were happy to think we were supporting local businesses. I didn't get my night away, I ended up having to make multiple calls to the hotel for updates, and I will never stay at a Hyatt again. The positive is that I guess I did suport local with my money, I just didn't receive the service I paid for. Hopefully anyone reading this will double and triple check any amendments to bookings for a stay at this hotel. It does look like a very nice property. I'll continue to stay local and support local, it's needed more than ever.
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FromUS$129
4.4/510 Reviews
Dissapointing about meeting room I have booked for 3 days.Poor lighting for nail tech courses.Girls were extremelly tired at the end of the day.Heating also eather hot or cold, the set up thing was downstairs at the bar so I had to go million times to ask them to reduce or increase a heating.one of the staff was rude at our last stay as in a middle of the diploma talk he walked in a room without permission, sorry or hello to take extenders off our room.Speaker was distracted of her talk.One of our girls who stayed at the hotel told about missing power bank after the room was cleaned but staff havent reacted to this. Also as I asked to explain why my bill was overcharged manager said it was my fault because my lady which I was hosting got something extra to eat but its all she ordered she said was pint of guinness of €4.5 which she paid in cash herself.I was too annoyed and walked away. That manager didnt even help himself to come to me and double check about this situation.I wont go in debt with extra €4.5 I paid but reputation of the hotel should be first in a line as a customers satisfaction. I had booked another meetings in advance with this Hotel but sadly Im going to cancel everything and find a better place.
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FromUS$87
4.5/55 Reviews
Dublin City Center
My mother and I have just returned from an 80th birthday trip back to my mum's childhood in Dublin. I booked No 31 based on previous reviews and it more than exceeded my expectations. The location is perfect - very central and in old Georgian Dublin, beautiful. The staff bar none were all delightful, warm and friendly and could not do enough for us. The rooms were lovely and comfortable with all that we needed. The breakfasts were outstanding - thank you Delia! I have travelled extensively and been fortunate to eat some great food but Delia's breakfasts are the best I have ever had. A lovely, intimate eating space with an abundance of fruits, cereals, cheeses, homemade cranberry loaf, breads and scones. Then the a la carte menu which I defy anyone not to deliberate over because there are just so many fabulous options. Everything cooked perfectly and with a generous heart. We counted our stay in breakfasts rather than nights! Don't hesitate to stay.
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FromUS$135
4.2/514 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I would not recommend staying in this hotel. Although the room was clean, it was not close to what I expected for the money. Also the windows are single pane off a busy street so it affected our sleep. Only a short walk into town but also across the street from the police station, far from ideal
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FromUS$94
4/55 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Just spent a night here with my fiancée as a surpurise break away. This is a lovely modern hotel in the heart of Dublin, in an area called the Liberties. This is a great area, with lots to do nearby, such as the the Teeling Distillery, Liberties Distillery, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Guinness storehouse, and Christchurch Cathedral a small walk away. The hotel itself is modern, plush and found it to be very clean, with good sized rooms. The service was fantastic here, especially from Drago in reception and all the other staff also. A very good and filling breakfast is served on the 7th floor, where the reception is also located, with floor to ceiling windows with stunning views of Dublin. The hotel bar is located on this floor also and coupled with great views, it has a very nice outdoor terrace and good music. The Tenters pub on ground level is great too, with lovely food and great live music. Overall, I would highly recommend staying here.
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FromUS$139
4.4/510 Reviews
Stayed here last Saturday 3rd October mainly because of covid restrictions and having to stay within Dublin. From start to finish everything was excellent staff could not have been more helpful all about the guest's experience. Room was lovely and had everything. Dinner on Saturday night was excellent Gina looked after us and could not have been more helpful or more professional. A slight misunderstanding on our booking and the manager was on hand to sort it out quickly without fuss, once again very professional. We will return even though we live in Dublin. Thanks to all the staff in the schoolhouse Hotel.
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FromUS$139
5/511 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Great hotel, but parking is not good for driving.
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FromUS$102
4.3/510 Reviews
My husband and I recently stayed at the hampton hotel for a tom cole dinner dance and we were blown away by the experience. What a fab hotel. The room we had was very beautiful and spotless. We had seafood chowder for lunch and omg it was delicious definitely the best we ever had. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Then the icing on the cake was the breakfast, we had a smaller breakfast and it was absolutely gorgeous. I've stayed in a five star hotel in mayo and I would def9say this hotel would give it a tun for its money. Thank you for a beautiful night away and we are plotting our next escape back again soon. We live not far from there but it felt like were a 100 miles away..
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FromUS$141
4.2/510 Reviews
We stayed only one night but everything was great about the hotel. Staff very helpful to begin with. Amazing food both breakfast and late dinner. Lovely bar and restaurant. Free private parking at the back of the hotel. Lovely clean room and free fast WiFi. Within the 5 minutes walk from the hotel there’s a lot of nice restaurants, pubs, takeaways, shops and cinemas. Highly recommend. Definitely will come back for longer stay.
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FromUS$105
4.1/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I went in this hostel on Jan 2020. I was alone and I slept on a 4 girls room. ROOM The accommodation was nice, bed was comfortable and clean, blanket was comfy and warm and there was a big and spacious cage under the bed in which you can keep your things safe. BATHROOM Bathroom is tiny and there was not space for leaning beauty case or towel. It is washed four times every day indeed it was very clean. You can find soap above the sink and you can ask for shampoo or conditioner at reception, they would borrow you what you need. KITCHEN It is a common space in which you can cook and eat your food but you can also find some that is for all the guest (as rice, milk, bread, and so on). There is a fridge with the common food and two in which you can put your grocery shopping. Breakfast is sweet and rich. You can find muesli, bread, Nutella, peanut butter, fruits, milk, coffe, tea, jam and juice. *I know that is not hostel fault but someone stole my Parmigiano Reggiano that I brought from home. It was a very unpleasant experience. There are no cameras above the fridge so they are not guarantee places to let your food in. I suggest to ask to receptionists to put your food in their locked fridge (if it is valuable) because some guest may steal it.* RECEPTION Receptionists are very nice and available. They help you and you can find them from morning to late evening. POSITION Garden Lane Backpacker is near Temple bar and Dublin Castle. You can walk 20/30 minutes and you arrive at the Spire. If you are a solo girl I suggest this place.
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FromUS$28
4.1/510 Reviews
First of all the location of the townhouse is in the posh part of Dublin, so it’s very safe, compared to other areas. There are plenty of buses cross the street, but if you like walking like me, the city centre is a 20min walk. This is an old house, so don’t expect the room to be all brand new. There were leak stains on the ceiling, the carpet was not new, but the room was fairly clean, the bathroom was impeccable and the price was unbeatable. The girls at the reception were very sweet too. I asked about where to buy a Leap travel card, Maya offered me to borrow her personal one! I highly recommend and I will definitely go back there if I’m ever back in Dublin!
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FromUS$99
4.6/521 Reviews
Bathtub & # 128705; Super Nice
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FromUS$102
4.1/510 Reviews
Myself and my husband stayed here last weekend to celebrate our wedding anniversary and had lovely three day break. The staff are all so fantastic and welcoming and very friendly as well as being totally professional. Plenty of hand sanitizer stations around the hotel and our room spotless with lots of towels in the bathroom and bathrobes and slippers in the wardrobe. We stayed in a room on the fifth floor and had a balcony with table and chairs and we also discovered some cushions for the chairs in one of the drawers! We were very lucky during our stay as weather was very mild so we able to sit outside and enjoy the amazing views of Dublin bay and the light's when it got dark were fabulous. We had breakfast each day of our stay and the staff were fantastic. Am sorry I didn't get their names but we told the lady that I think was the breakfast manager that it was our anniversary celebration and how long we had been married. If she reads this she will know
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FromUS$126
4/511 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The room was suddenly anxious at night, and the price was relatively high. The room is a five-star standard and the last one is a twin bed, but each bed is a large bed. The room is very large, no hair dryer and toiletries, you need to bring your own. We walked from the temple bar street to the hotel for about 20 minutes and the hotel is in the city centre. (Beginning to set the wrong time, already paid, although Ctrip can not be refunded, but quickly refunded through self-service consultation, thank you very much)
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4.8/513 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The location is really good, a bit seemingly tucked away but actually a nice walk or tram or bus ride from everything! Just around the corner from the Jameson factory!! There's a really great grocery store, spa, many restaurants and pubs nearby. The room was clean and comfortable, with a balcony!! Had a lunch at the restaurant, Cesar salad and fries, yummy 😋
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3.9/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We managed to get a great offer on the hotel and paid little more than we would have for a double room in a hostal. The hotel was under some work but we never heard anything or were disrupted. The staff were friendly, we left a do not disturb on our door and we were left a bag of clean towels which was very thoughtful. The hotel itself is a bit old and has some wear and tear but for the price you can’t complain. The bathroom was well furnished. There was a desk in the room and still plenty of space. Though we didn’t eat there, the restaurant smelt amazing but closed quite early. We stayed for 2 nights and the situation was perfect, we were maybe a mile and a half from the main touristy areas like temple bar. There were dozens of shops around and souvenir shops. There is a tourist information desk in the entrance with hundreds of flyers for all kinds of great activities. The hotel is next to the airport bus stop when arriving to Dublin. We had a safe in our room and the area was relatively good in terms of safety at night - overall it was an great place to stay.
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4.4/510 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed in one of the newly refurbished rooms in the Fitzwilliam. The decor was fabulous and the room very spacious. The staff were so friendly and helpful. The lobby area had beautiful flower arrangements and the location is so central. The breakfast was divine, such a great selection of fresh fruits, smoothies and breads, with a made to order hot breakfast.
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