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3 day stay for birthday treat. Superbly positioned for seeing Dublin, being next to the River Liffe. Staff very friendly and helpful. Service great, breakfasts superb. Would easily be 5 blobs apart from being too hot inside, especially the bedroom. Even with window open and...More
We stayed there for a night and have to say from check in to check out any contact we had with staff was all ways 5* especially one of the receptionist called Jennifer she was great she helped us get checked in and all ways...More
I stayed here on a Monday night , very central hotel , although very dated and in need of a bit of tlc. Our double room was very small and the door opened right onto the bed , little or no privacy and also the...More
We stayed here for 3 nights 10/11/12 September 2017. Great location if you are intending to explore Dublin on the hoof. Firstly the positives, the room was nice if a little small and the bathroom well stocked and decorated. We arrived by car from the...More
We got this hotel for a good price and chose it for the good reviews as it was close to Fleet Street and the main shopping precinct. We were given an upgrade to a family room which was lovely. It had a king bed and...More
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US$87 - US$307 (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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