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It was clean and the size was not large but we had a lot of luggage and we were not cramped as we had been in some hotels on this trip. The location was great as it is close to shopping restaurants and pubs.
We booked a 2 night stay for our daughter and her granny as a treat when they arrived the hotel had lost the reservation but the girl on the desk sorted it out in 10 MINS and got them in to a room in no...More
Went there with my mom for 5 days. I went to Dublin only because I went to a concert. Hotel was good, clean and had no problem with it. We didn't have breakfast. Went there with taxi and that cost 30 euro.
We had a great night here with the family. The guinness and band were both very good. We only called in for drinks and music and the staff were friendly. I would definitely return to this place and recommend it
This tourist hotel is very centrally located in a bustling, busy part of the Dublin inner city. The lobby was strangely similar to a crowded small subway station...dark and noisy, kind of smelly and garish, walls lined with teenagers on iPhones, I guess waiting for...More
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US$78 - US$331 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#55 Family Hotel in Dublin
#59 Romantic Hotel in Dublin
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While I am not sure where the 3arena is, the hotel is only steps away from O'connel st. where dozens of busses can be caught, and taxis are plentiful. It's also where you can find the city bus centre where you can purchase... More
While I am not sure where the 3arena is, the hotel is only steps away from O'connel st. where dozens of busses can be caught, and taxis are plentiful. It's also where you can find the city bus centre where you can purchase multi-day passes and get directions.
1. The passes are expensive. If you're only taking a few busses a day, it might be cheaper to use cash, especially if you're staying in the low cost "central zone"
2. Make use of the dublin bus office. It can be tricky to figure out which busses stop where. Pop in and ask where your bus can be caught, and they'll save you plenty of time and heartache.
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"Room 115 is a large corner room, but lots of noise from outside"