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Stayed here four nights in a double room (2 twin beds). Arrived 8:30 am due to early flight and was able to leave luggage and explore the city while we waited for our room. The gentleman handling our luggage was courteous and friendly. The lady...More
My wife and I went to the IRISH EVENING AT THE ARLINGTON on a recent visit to Dublin. Price of admission included a superb 3 course meal, excellent musical entertainment with hilarious anecdotes thrown in and exceptional Irish Dancing - Just like 'Riverdance.'
First impression of the Arlington at O'Connell Bridge ( not to be confused because there are 2 ) was of a Reception area which was gloomy and not at all Glitzy but this is an excellent hotel both in which to stay and explore. The...More
In the heart of the city, ideally situated for exploring, sightseeing and shopping. The food at breakfast is fantastic. Sitting in the terrace area watching the world go by is a pastime we highly recommend. The staff were friendly despite being rushed as the bar...More
It definitely is central . Great for access to almost every where in the city centre
I stayed here a few years ago and everything was great
This time the reasturant is a major let down .
I did not know salmon could be that...More
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US$82 - US$323 (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.