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We were looking for one night near the Dublin Airport before flying to Scotland. Egan's was nestled among well kept brick residential houses near the Nesglavin Cemetery and the Gravedigger's Tavern both of which were suggested to visit. The receptionist was informative and engaging in...More
- Clean room
- Tea/coffee area
- problems with the waterworks
- Bed/mattress was sunken
+ lovely Staff
+ Resolving the problems
+ close to supermarket Tesco and shops
+ close to town via bus 9, 40, 83
We were very disappointed with our double room as it was very small and the ensuite was unbelievely small. We were charged 247.00 euros for room only which is 4 star hotel prices and there wasnt even toiletries supplied. This guesthouse is overprised for what...More
One of the better accomodations you can find in Dublin.
I, myself, hate the bustle and noise of living in the middle of town.
This hotel is slighty out-of-the-way, while still being in walking distance to the city (maybe 40 minutes) and in very close...More
I arranged a group of 15 gents for a stag weekend to Dublin and came across Egans whilst trawling the net for good group prices.
Taxi from Dublin Airport to Egans was about 25 Euro and around 20 mins in the car.
I must say...More
I think the City Centre Hotels like Jury's Inn may be a better option to be honest at that time of year for the sake of a few euros per person and you are at the centre of things whereas Egans is a bus ride away
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"We had a street facing room and had about 20 minutes of street noise (people and a car alarm twice)."