Pros: Breakfast was good American style not the typical European with just meat cheese.
When you enter the Crowne Plaza Dublin-Blanchardstown you'll be greeted by elaborately designed butterfly hangings dangling from the lobby ceiling. Enjoy a coffee or drink at the Sanctuary Bar whilst working or connecting with friends using our building-wide free Wi-Fi. Whether you are checking into one of our Dublin hotel suites or focusing on our on-site business amenities our staff are here to please. You can find numerous offices in close proximity to our hotel including Xerox IBM and eBay. Use our on-site bar to hold a quick work meeting or plan a bigger team event in one of our meeting rooms. You can also spend time with colleagues or business prospects whilst dining on authentic pizza or fresh pasta at our renowned Forchetta restaurant. If you need a break head for the Hollystown Golf Club course or take the lift to the hotel's upper floors. Savour the view of the Dublin Mountains – and see for yourself why Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle. Our banquet room which features contemporary lighting serves equally well as a convention space or a party venue. Our helpful business centre staff are happy to help you prepare presentations for groups as large as 600 people. When you can put business on hold for a day don't hesitate to ask our front desk attendants for information or directions to the city's attractions. If time allows check out Aviva Stadium home to many a raucous football or rugby game.
Pros: Super comfy bed and amazing bathrooms! Loved everything about this hotel!
Pros: Rooms were some of the nicest at any hotel we stayed in Ireland, restaurant and bar were top notch and the food was great; breakfast was also great. Parking included and very convenient. Business center with 2 computers and free printing. Very nice lounge area.
Cons: Location was out of the way if you want to do sight seeing, but it was close to the airport so perfect for us (we stayed there the last day of our trip). Bit of a wait for the business center computers, some of the other guests were using for non-business purposes - wish there was a sign that had a time limit or something.
Pros: This hotel is Dublin's gem!
It's perfectly appointed and well situated within a few minutes (very safe) walk to the attractions, city sights, public transportation, restaurants and tour companies.
The entire staff is helpful, knowledgeable and very professional. All their recommendations were spot on.
This hotel has my full endorsement.
Pros: extremely friendly staff
Pros: Was attending game at Croke Park stadium so location was excellent for that event. If I wasn't attending the game, the location wasn't good.
Cons: Rate was inflated too much for the game.
Pros: Staff went out of their way to help and were very friendly and professional. The rooms were luxurious and very well equipped, fantastic value for money. Far enough from the centre of town to enjoy peace and quiet but close enough to walk. When we come back to Dublin we will definitely stay here if it's available.
Cons: Nothing at all to dislike.
Pros: Fine hotel. Free printing was a good perk. Hotel bar and bar food was a decent and tasty value.
Cons: The location is suboptimal. It was not a safe walk from the downtown to the hotel at night or in the early morning. It is needed to take a cab from the hotel to the city center during those hours.
Situated near the airport, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Croke Park, Garden of Remembrance, and James Joyce Cultural Centre. Parnell Square and Dublin Writers Museum are also within 15 minutes.
Pros: The breakfast buffet was great with lots of options. The room was large and comfortable.
Cons: The hotel is within walking distance to all of the sights, but is about a 10 minute walk (depending on how fast you walk). We love to walk so the location was fine for us, but it felt far after a night in Temple Bar.
Pros: By the train station
Cons: There was no plugs for hair tools and phone charging
Cons: There was confusion too how many people we had in our party and had to pay an extra 30 euros and it took an extra long time to clear up the confusion after a long day of travel.
Pros: Staff was helpful and excellent. Rooms were very clean. Accommodations were up to date.
Cons: Triple room was somewhat cramped.
Pros: We loved the room, the views, the quiet, the location.
Close to the train station.The bed was so comfy!
Also right near the landmark pub Nancy's Hand.
The room design is outstanding!
The bathroom was huge!
We loved it here.
Cons: There had a been some flooding from outside and it went into the hotel lobby on the day we arrived and it smelled horrible it was most likely sewer water. he smell only affected the area by the front door and the smell was gone by the time we left two days later.
The hotel had professionals cleaners working on it as fast as possible.
We would stay here again. The flooding was not there fault.
Pros: Location,breakfast,bedroom was nice size
Pros: Friendly and accommodating staff. Comfortable room with a very nice view onto the front garden. Breakfast extravaganza. Very convenient to all Dublin attractions. We loved it. Highly recommend.
Pros: Breakfast was great
Cons: The water pressure was really low, everything took several flushes.
The surrounding area is great location wise, but at night it seems a bit rough. The hotel is very safe.
Cons: Lighting was bad for putting on makeup
Pros: Hotel is an excellent choice when visiting Dublin. It has excellent service, very clean, and good restaurant. Although it is not close to where most of the nightlife is there is an excellent local pub 2 blocks away and it is located on the local Luas light rail line which provides quick access to most of Dublin's tourist attractions.
Cons: Slightly removed from what they call City Center
Pros: It's location was a prime factor in our decision. Phoenix Park was very close by, as was Guinness and The Old Jamison Distillery. Right near the train station and tram stop so access the further parts of thecity and country were 5 minutes away. We'd stay there again.
Pros: The beautiful floors, lovely rooms with tea,hair dryer and iron and ironing board...all welcome when travelling. Our flight left early morning and because we would miss breakfast, they packed us a boxed lunch.
We did walk from O'Connell street and it is 20 to 30 minutes....but even with all our luggage it was fun.. A plus is that it is close to Heuston Sation and all excellent bus services. An unexpected treat for us was seeing The Dublin Zoo ( amazing) and The Pheonix Gardens....about 5 minutes away.
Ashling Hotel Dublin is on the stately north bank of the River Liffey, a 5-minute walk from Heuston Station, and a 5-minute tram ride from the city center. Guests can easily walk to many of Dublin's top attractions, from the Guinness Storehouse to the 11th-century Christchurch Cathedral.
Pros: * Close to the airport
* Friendly, very helpful staff
* Free airport shuttle bus
* Clean, spacious room
* Surprisingly excellent dinner
* Reasonable rates
Pros: I was very impressed with the breakfast. It included a variety of hot and cold foods, drinks, and excellent service. Staff is very knowledgeable about the different bus routes and different attractions. Very impressed .
Cons: The bed wasn't as comfortable as I would have liked, but I slept fine.
Pros: We had an 11 hour flight layover. The hotel was less than 10 mins from the airport. It was clean and comfortable. This is a nice hotel and definitely fit the bill. A great place to stay
Pros: Beautiful hotel, very comfortable, restaurant looked inviting though I was too late to try it.
Cons: Didn't get a lot of help trying to get myself to the airport in the morning.
Pros: The staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel was very pretty inside and very clean. It was a great bargain and close to the airport. Had some shops close by just in case you needed any necessities.
A contemporary Dublin airport hotel with an Asian fusion restaurant complimentary WiFi and superb conference facilities Near Dublin Airport (DUB) overlooking leafy Santry Park the Crowne Plaza® Dublin Airport hotel is just off the M50 motorway and offers ample parking at a low daily rate. Our free shuttle service takes 5 minutes to the airport while 20 minutes' drive away are city centre attractions like the Guinness Storehouse and the striking Aviva Stadium. With meetings spaces ranging from elegant boardrooms to a sophisticated event suite you can host receptions for up to 1 000 people. There's complimentary WiFi throughout and our Crowne Plaza Meetings Director can take care of all the details to ensure everything runs smoothly. After visiting sights like Trinity College Library or the 18th-century Jameson Distillery the Cinnabar Red Bar is a refined spot to relax with friends over cocktails. You can work out in our fully equipped fitness centre before enjoying a great night's sleep aided by our Sleep Advantage® programme featuring premium bedding quiet zones and guaranteed wake up calls. The stylish Touzai Restaurant serves enticing Asian fusion dishes made from local produce for lunch and dinner. You can enjoy a cold pint or a chilled glass of wine and a snack from the trendy lounge bar menu. Or take it easy and order 24-hour room service.
Cons: Staff were all very nice, but seemed like they needed training, particularly in the restaurant. Often no one attending the lobby, at check in, or concierge. On check out, no-one asked how was the stay, and not even to-go coffee available (which is almost standard expectation these days, even in lower quality hotels). Tried calling room service & was told they would call me back, after 10 mins I called them back to say don't bother. Breakfast is really expensive, supposed to start at 7am .. I wanted an omlette ... Was told by waitress that I needed "to ask the omlette guy" at the buffet , he didn't show up til 720am. I asked him if I could have toast with the omlette, he said "you need to ask the waitress" ... It was more Fawlty Towers than Four Seasons
Pros: Rooms were huge, staff was totally on point, the indoor pool was an unexpected benefit. Bar is busy most times, it's fun to hang out at the hotel.
Cons: Location isn't ideal for tourists. It's a 30-45 walk from most major destinations, and cabs are pricey. Otherwise, stay was perfect.
InterContinental® Dublin Hotel welcomes you to its elegant urban resort nestled on two acres in the exclusive neighbourhood of Ballsbridge. The city centre is only a short stroll away. The 197 luxurious Rooms and Suites afford views of the city skyline coast and mountains. Indulge in Irish cuisine cocktails or take a tour of some of Ireland’s famous whiskeys with our expert sommelier. More relaxation awaits in The Spa sauna and heated pool and in the genuine Irish hospitality of our staff.
Pros: Great location. Not right in the middle of everything so it was a quieter area yet easily accessible to most sights. The gym was very good, much better than the average hotel gym. The bed was very comfortable and the room was nice as well.
Cons: The hallway on our floor was a bit stark and the small table in our room showed a good bit of wear.
Pros: The service was fantastic
Pros: The service at the front desk, restaurant, bar was over the top. It makes a stay that much better when you feel appreciated.
Cons: There was nothing not to like!
Pros: Staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was huge, bed comfortable, and the shower never ran out of hot water and had "full" power
Cons: Parking garage is a little far and hard to get to if you have a car. There is no pull up driveway to load your bags and this made it a little bit difficult not knowing this prior to arrival
Pros: Food at EAST restaurant .
Cons: Carpet needs to be vacuumed and or replaced in rooms. Well trodden. Some staff at front desk helpful and some not helpful at all and made you feel like you were a bother. Would recommend this hotel. Breakfast in morning overpriced and overrated. Go in the square adjent to get good food and coffee.
This modern Dublin hotel overlooks the River Liffey and is 0.25 km (0.3 mi) from Convention Centre Dublin, and within 1 km (0.6 mi) of The 3 Arena and the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Dublin's shopping district, light rail, and airport are all nearby. The tram stops directly at the hotel.
Renovated in July 2014, this hotel is home to the SanoVitae Health & Fitness Club, featuring a heated indoor lap pool, spa tub, sauna, steam room, and modern gym with more than 50 pieces of cardio equipment. Cardio machines come with individual TVs. This hotel has 3 restaurants and a bar. Complimentary 100Mb wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. The hotel also offers room service. The French Beauty Spa features massages, facial treatments, and mani-pedis. Other amenities include business and concierge services, 9 small meeting/conference rooms.
Guestrooms feature 100 MB complimentary wireless Internet access, interactive high-definition LCD TVs, and Egyptian cotton linens. In-room safes accommodate laptops. Coffee/tea makers are also provided. Bathrooms come with hair dryers, shower/tub combinations, and complimentary toiletries. Cribs are available on request.
Pros: Can't beat the excellent location on St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street. Staff is very professional and efficient. Rooms are nicely appointed, if a little small for two adults. Breakfast was excellent with great and friendly service. Would definitely stay here again and will recommend to my friends.
Cons: Rooms are small and awkward space for two adults.
Pros: Location was great, just off the main street (Grafton). Shower pressure was amazing. Staff very attentive.
Cons: Rooms are smallish when compared to the Fitzwilliam in Belfast. This might be the average room size for this type of room in Dublin.
Pros: Great location. Comfortable. Great staff.
Pros: The location was great and the staff was very nice.
Cons: For $385 per night the room was small, the bathrooms were quirky and bfast should be included...
The Fitzwilliam hotel in Dublin is 180 meters from the shopping on Grafton Street. Many of Dublin's landmarks are less than one kilometer from the hotel, including Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, City Hall, National Gallery and Trinity College. Abbey Theatre, Guinness Store House and the Dublin Writers Museum are less than two kilometers away. Dublin Airport is approximately 10 kilometers from the hotel.
The lobby in The Fitzwilliam hotel features black-and-white photographs that depict Dublin life, past and present. Complimentary newspapers are available in the lobby. Mediterranean cuisine is served in the Citron restaurant. The Inn on the Green is open for lunches and evening snacks and serves cocktails and Irish whiskeys. Further amenities include 3 meeting rooms, 24-hour fitness facilities, free WiFi, valet parking (surcharge), and spa services.
The Fitzwilliam hotel's 139 guestrooms are decorated in Baronial Modern style. Complimentary newspapers are available in the rooms. All rooms have complimentary wired and wireless Internet access, cable TV, CD players, in-room safes, minibars, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Tiled bathrooms have bathrobes, power showers, and handheld attachments. All bedrooms have air conditioning.
Pros: This resort is situated on a spectacular property with unparalleled views. Our room was nicely appointees, very clean and quiet even though there were a couple of major events.
Upon arrival the person at reception was snobby and did not even offer to have our bags brought up to the room and honestly acted as if he was doing us a favor by checking us in. We had traveled from Killarney and were dressed very casually and it was apparent that we were very under-dressed--not a place to stay if you want to be casual and laid back. The staff, especially, Emma, at the restaurant where we sat for a drink, was courteous and very friendly.
We ordered room service and to be frank the food was awful--cold and just not good.
Beautiful spot but with room for improvement.
Pros: The location right on the beach and the quietness were the two main things we really appreciated the most.
Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links features a golf course and puts you within a 15-minute drive of Malahide Castle. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in massages, body wraps, or body scrubs, and "1780" Restaurant serves breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like pillowtop beds with premium linens.
Cons: The loud music on Friday night when I NEEDED Together up for an early flight.
Pros: Ambiance. Lovely location on the river bank. The food and staff were first class and the hotel is located in a charming village.
Cons: A digital clock in the room would have been useful.
Featuring a rooftop terrace, The Court Yard Hotel puts you within a 10-minute drive of Rainbow. For a bite to eat, guests can check out River Bank, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer minibars and room service.
Situated in the heart of Dublin City Wynn's Hotel is only a few minutes walk to the Abbey Theatre, Trinity College, Temple Bar and Dublin's two premier shopping streets. It has been a well-known Dublin landmark for over 150 years providing luxury accommodation to many famous personalities and dignitaries. Talk about the most centrally located hotel in Dublin! Partake in shopper's paradise along neighboring O'Connell or Henry Streets, or cross over the historical Ha'Penny Bridge on the River Liffey to soak up the atmosphere of the world-renowned heritage precinct, Temple Bar or meander through stylish Grafton Street. All of this is within a five-minute walk of your hotel room.Wynn's enjoys a long-standing reputation with the business community. The hotel cater for seminars, sales meetings, exhibitions and conferences of all sizes. Audiovisual facilities are provided and trained staff is placed at your disposal to ensure everything runs smoothly. A self-contained suite of rooms with private bar facilities can be booked just as easily as a small committee room for annual or monthly meeting. Parking is available less than 200 yards from the Hotel in the Irish Life Mall but because of The hotel's Central Location The hotel is walking distance of all Bus and Rail Terminals and now have Dublin's newest highlight the Luas Tram stop right at our front door. Other amenities are Ballroom, Banquet facilities, Bar, Concierge, Conference facilities, Disabled facilities, Doctor on call, Dry cleaning, Internet access - Wireless, Laundry service, Lift / Elevator, Non-smoking rooms, Parking facilities - at cost, Reception, Restaurant, Room service - 24 hrs, Safe deposit box.Please note: Valet Car Parking is subject to availability.
Pros: I liked the location of the hotel and the staff
Cons: we booked a deluxe double room and paid £400 for 2 nights room only and the room we were given i wouldn't have stayed in for half the price, it was shockingly small, had a double bed and a single bed at the end of it that you had to climb over to get to the other side of the double, it was horrendous. we were moved to another room which was much better but no where near the standard i expected. I would have put it at a decent standard room, no where near a deluxe room. It was super noisy at night but you do expect that and the complimentary ear plugs came in very handy so that was fine but still very disappointed in the room.
Pros: Wonderful staff, great location and super clean. Bus stop seconds away gets you easily and inexpensively to / from airport.
Pros: This hotel is right in the middle of the Temple Bar district known for its great nightlife. But it's also close to many other 'must sees' in Dublin, like Trinity College and Killmainham Jail. The bus system makes traveling about Dublin very easy and this hotel was easy to find. Very modern and clean, it boasts a very friendly and helpful staff!
Cons: There was nothing we didn't like about this hotel.
Pros: The service from the staff was outstanding.
Pros: Great value for a three star hotel, staff is very attending and make the stay pleasant!
Cons: A bit noisy as hotel is under renovation, but unless you spend the day at hotel they make sure to minimize disturbance to guests (didn't make noise before 10am during my stay).
Pros: The Staff were fantastic
Cons: The worst beds . The hotel needs to invest in new mattresses. The staff were kind enough to change our room but the beds weren't any better.
There are 4 star luxury boutique hotels, and then there is The Temple Bar Hotel located in the very heart of Temple Bar Dublin. It is an icon of contemporary design, bringing together a boutique feel and charming hotel service. We guarantee you a great stay in our newly refurbished hotel.
The Temple Bar hotel is minutes away from Grafton Street, Henry Street and Dublin’s main thoroughfare O`Connell Street and centrally located to Trinity College, museums, the Famous Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery. The choice of restaurants and bars is on our doorstep including our own Buskers Bar which has live music 7 nights a week. If you are looking to catch up with friends or enjoy a drink in a relaxing bar we suggest you try our newest restaurant and bar Toast.
Business or Pleasure …… The Temple Bar Hotel is within walking distance to The Convention Centre, IFSC, 3 Arena, The Docklands and the BordGais Theatre and sporting fans appreciate our convenient location to The Aviva Stadium & Croke Park, also walking distance.
Pros: It was comfortable and clean after a long day of travel. It had a nice free shuttle to the airport. Staff was friendly.
Cons: While the food was good, it was expensive for what you got. €11.95 for a hot breakfast is what you would typically would get in America for free. Cereal and pastry only was €9.95.
Premier Inn Dublin Airport is just 2 mi (3.2 km) from the airport and offers a shuttle at scheduled times for EUR 1 per person one way. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. This eco-friendly hotel is also within a short drive of 3Arena and The Convention Centre Dublin.
Pros: The staff was very helpful. The room was also very nice especially the bathroom.
Cons: There weren't any drawers or shelves to unpack, had to live out of my bag for a week.
Situated in the heart of Dublin, Camden Court Hotel is less than 1 km (0.6 mi) from Grafton Street shopping and St. Stephen's Green. Dublin Castle, Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral, National Library of Ireland, and Temple Bar are all within 1.5 km (1 mi) of the hotel.
This city-center Dublin hotel features a contemporary lobby with wood floors and paneling, complimentary newspapers, and a safe-deposit box at the front desk. A health club provides a fitness center, indoor pool, spa tub, children's pool, steam room, and sauna - please note, the swimming pool, sauna, and spa will be unavailable between the dates of 15th April 2015 and 8th May 2015. The Beauty Salon offers a range of body and beauty treatments. For dining, guests choose between modern Irish cuisine at Iveagh Restaurant, and casual pub fare at C Central Bar. Business-friendly amenities include meeting and event space for up to 250 guests, a business center, and free WiFi. Laundry facilities are on site, and dry cleaning/laundry services can be arranged. Self parking is available for a surcharge.
All 251 contemporary guestrooms at Camden Court Hotel feature complimentary wireless Internet access. TVs are equipped with cable channels. Private bathrooms include hair dryers and shower/tub combinations. Rooms have desks, coffee/tea makers, and trouser presses. Cribs (infant beds) and irons and ironing boards can be requested. No rollaway beds available. Windows open. All accommodations are non-smoking. Pets are not allowed.
At Glashaus Hotel, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of War Memorial Gardens and Tallaght Stadium. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer 24-hour room service, LCD TVs, and free WiFi.
At Barberstown Castle, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Rainbow. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Country House Fine Dining, one of 2 restaurants, which is open for breakfast and dinner and offers garden views. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer room service and free WiFi.
The Johnstown Estate is a great choice for a stay in Enfield. You can visit the spa to indulge in massages, facials, or hydrotherapy, and local cuisine is served at Pavilion Restaurant, which is open for dinner. There's an indoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer room service and free WiFi.
Pros: compared to another Dublin airport I stayed at, it was better.
Cons: compared to most other city's airport hotels, Dublin's are poor quality and OVER priced. Lucky for Ireland that there are lots of Irish American's enamored with travelling to Ireland, but IMHO it's over priced for the so-so accommodations and service that you get in the country.
Pros: Very convienet to the airport (less than 5 minutes) and nice, newer rooms. The built-in USB ports for charging devices was an especially nice touch.
Cons: We booked two spots on arrival for the shuttle back to the airport for our return the next day, but when we came down the following morning at our scheduled time, they had not held the spots and the shuttle was already full. We did manage to pick ourselves in and make it, but not without having to go with the driver back into the hotel to the concierge desk, and even then 1 of had to sit in the isle on the floor of the van sardined around luggage.
It's virtually impossible to use the shower without spilling a fair bit of water into the rest of the bathroom. Seemed more a "form over function" design choice, or perhaps an unintended consequence of the good water pressure (which I was a fan of).
Pros: The hotel had excellent wifi, the restaurant downstairs was great and affordable, the airport shuttle was very convenient, the staff took great care of me by letting me check in a bit early, the room was spacious and the bathroom was wonderful. I'd had a chaotic 36 hours traveling internationally and needed a night to unwinde before my next flight. This did the trick.
Cons: Bit noisy in the day if you're trying to sleep, no a/c so it got pretty stuffy, bed was very firm, over priced but you pay for convenience I suppose.
Pros: Great location near the airport, with shuttle available 24 hours.
Pros: Very isolated unless you come with a car. Unable to easily get simple things like snacks. The hotel is the only close source of food, consequently the prices are high.
The hotel was clean and the staff were fairly helpful.
Pros: Booked this hotel at the last minute and got a great deal. Hotel was clean, staff was friendly. The hotel is next to the airport and offers a complimentary shuttle to and from the airport. I would highly recommend for business or personal travel for someone looking to stay near the airport.
Pros: This hotel is very close to the airport with a free shuttle to take you to and from. Everyone is kind which is also a plus.
Cons: We came across a dry urine stain on our bed in I ur first room. Seemed to be on an additional disposable comfort sheet which could have easily been tossed whenever someone came across the issue. But the hotel quickly moved us to a new room after a quick phone call.
Pros: The staff were very friendly and helpful. I saw smiles on all of their faces. This is very important to me.
It was very clean.
Pros: Close @ the Airport!
Within a 5-minute drive of Dublin Airport, Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport Hotel is 7 mi (11 km) from the National Botanic Gardens and Malahide Castle. Dublin city center, Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, St. Stephen's Green, and the Dublin Zoo are all within 9 mi (15 km).
This airport hotel offers a complimentary airport shuttle service and parking (surcharge). The 2-story lobby provides leather couches and club chairs, complimentary newspapers, and a 24-hour front desk with safe-deposit box. Kittyhawks Bar & Bistro has banquette and table seating indoors, as well as a large outdoor patio. The restaurant offers a daily full breakfast and à la carte lunch and dinner. Room service is available during limited hours. Meeting and event space accommodates groups up to 550, and wired/wireless Internet access is complimentary. For recreation, guests enjoy an onsite fitness center.
Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport Hotel has 100 guestrooms with complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. TVs are equipped with satellite channels and pay movies. Beds feature Egyptian-cotton linens. Direct-dial phones, coffee/tea makers, laptop-compatible safes, and irons/ironing boards are provided. Bathrooms have hair dryers and shower/tub combinations. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds can be requested. Rooms are soundproofed.
Pros: Hotel is very nice with the the amentities of a golf course hotel. Staff was very friendly and helpful and the room was very nice and well maintained. We had a room with two beds that were more than adequate for our needs. I think this is a good value hotel and it is convenient to the airport without being too close.
Cons: The only thing I did not like about the hotel was the entrance to the hotel. There is no good way to turn your car around to head back to the parking lot. After you get back in your car you are pointing to the back of the hotel and it is very poorly designed as there is no good way to head towards to parking lot.
A great choice for a stay in Swords, Roganstown Hotel & Country Club features a golf course and offers an airport shuttle during limited hours for EUR 5.00 per person. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in deep-tissue massages, body wraps, or body scrubs, and McLoughlins serves international cuisine. There's an indoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer room service and designer toiletries.
Cons: Finding parking was difficult.
Shower was either cold or scalding hot.
Pros: The free 24/7 shuttle to and from the airport was very convinent
Cons: The rooms were old and outdated, shower wasn't good, and bar staff were slow and ignorant
Pros: Food is excellent!
Pros: Got early check-in. The shuttle goes quite frequently. And they have hypoallergenic pillows!
Cons: Dry air in the room.
Pros: We picked the hotel close to the airport with a shuttle service. The shuttle service is extremely convenient. We were only staying for one night before flying out.
Cons: The room smelled a bit. Everything appeared very clean however there was a lingering smell.
Pros: Shuttle service was excellent.
Cons: No breakfast included. No other restaurants in the area to dine at.
Cons: Paying for parking without previously knowing there was a charge.
Bathroom was not as clean as I feel it shold have been.
Pros: 24 hour shuttle is great. The hotel bar and restaurant are fine, and the crowd is something out of Star Wars - incredibly mixed bag makes great people watching.
Pros: Great atmosphere and very modern
Cons: Instant coffee in the room
Pros: The courtesy of staff
The promptness of my getting my room
The efficiency of the shuttle bus service and the willingness of the drivers to help load/unload luggage
The cleanliness and comfort of the room
Cons: The one thing I intensely disliked was the €7.50 tray charge for room service, I thought it was excessive and money-grabbing. I realise there is a cost involved in providing room service, but would have thought this was probably absorbed in the room charge.
Cons: We paid extra for the deluxe breakfast buffet, which turned out to be a depressing school cafeteria, complete with plastic trays still damp from the dishwasher. Not what we expected from the reviews.
Cons: Shuttle driver could have been more specific with terminal information at Dublin airport. We walked much more than necessary and two of our party had difficulty with that.
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport places guests a 7-minute drive or shuttle ride from the terminals. It's a 20 minute cab journey to visit the delights of Dublin's city center or famous coastal villages of Howth and Malahide.
Pros: Cookie upon arrival. Staff tried to be helpful when we had to move rooms due to building noise from the fire escape which was next to our room. The gym was clean and well equipped.
Cons: The hotel is in a process of refurbishment so only the 4th floor was in use during our stay. The hammering and drilling started at 8am on both days we stayed and despite moving rooms it was like being on a building site.
The beds at the hotel were the hardest I have ever slept on, I have been very fortunate to have travelled all over the world with my job so have slept in many hotels but this bed ranked as one of the worst!
We were in room 400 (on the 4th floor) which was the furthest room from the elevator. Annoyingly it was too far for the wifi to stretch so we were forced to sit in the lobby to get online. Overall our stay was very disappointing and we won't return to this hotel in future.
Pros: Location, room size. I would stay again, now I know how to find the place.
Cons: We travelled by car and found it almost impossible to find the entrance. By foot it would have been easy. We were given very many
The Clayton Hotel Burlington Road is a 15-minute walk to city center and close to Aviva Stadium, RDS, and CCD. Guests can catch the bus across the street and be in central Dublin in 20 minutes.