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Alas this is no longer a hotel any more. This is now changing to an old folks residence and does not cater for people looking to stay. This is no longer a hotel. Located about 5 miles or less from the city center and 15mins...More
Excellent hotel, 10 - 15min walk to town. Very friendly staff, make you feel very welcome, breakfast very good. They alo have a restaurant which i would highly recommend. Italian cuisine, and all cooked by an Italian cheff, the food i had was excellent, a...More
Stayed here for a tour of the Guinness factory, s good base not far from the airport and a bus stop right outside the hotel to Dublin city centre, what a fantastic buffet breakfast, eat as much as you like, very well cooked indeed, good...More
The hotel is nice, and the room was of a good quality. Although it was a bit loud as it is on a main road. The bed is comfy with a decent TV and plenty of space to manoeuvre. Bathroom was also quite good and...More
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I was a guest at the Ardmore for 5 nights in July. By the way, I would go back to the Ardmore. My friend and I found it to be a wonderful hotel. I did the math, and it is cheaper to take a taxi to the airport. I think it... More
I was a guest at the Ardmore for 5 nights in July. By the way, I would go back to the Ardmore. My friend and I found it to be a wonderful hotel. I did the math, and it is cheaper to take a taxi to the airport. I think it was around $24. USD. The hotel's front desk will call for a taxi. I was also told that bus service does not start in Dublin until 6:30am. Since a taxi was cheaper, and my friend was sporting a Big Bertha size suitcase, taking two buses was not an option. Plus the bus was more expensive. Enjoy Dublin!!!
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