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The hotel has both good and bad points. The room is spacious, with a good bathroom. Their pub is very nice, and breakfast in the restaurant is good.
The bad - wifi is very slow and keeps disconnecting, none of the computers in the business...More
We stayed in the hotel for one night when the darts were on .. the reception staff were so friendly and so nice.. one girl called Elaine walked us to our room and made us feel so welcome !!😁when I asked for food menu Elaine...More
My boyfriend took me to Dublin for two nights for my birthday last week and I can honestly say the hotel was absolutely lovely! The staff were great, the rooms were big and clean and had everything you need! There is a restaurant and bar...More
Hotel location near central Dublin is OK.
Hotel staff are friendly and helpful.
Food in the bar - The Dubliner was good.
Breakfast was really overcrowded every day. Why tell guests to find a table and help themselves to the buffet when there...More
Stayed at Ballsbridge this weekend that just went .. Had such a great stay at this hotel .. it was lovely and so nice there .. staff was so friendly and helpful and would stay there again soon .. loved Dublin
It depends which station you are referring to, as there is both mainline and Dart nearby. The mainline is at Pearse station and it’s about 5/10 minutes by cab. The Dart is 5 minutes walking away at the Aviva Stadium. The... More
It depends which station you are referring to, as there is both mainline and Dart nearby. The mainline is at Pearse station and it’s about 5/10 minutes by cab. The Dart is 5 minutes walking away at the Aviva Stadium. The Dart is the local light railway that runs along the coast. Hope that helps. It’s a 5 minutes walk to Searsons, one the best pubs in Dublin. You won’t go wrong staying here Claire.