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Reviewed 3 August 2009

Stayed here recently to avail of the special offer with restaurant patrick guilbaud. Without doubt the best hotel I have stayed in in Ireland. Level of service is superb, rooms beautiful and the location excellent. If only I could stay here every time I visit Dublin.
Go there if you can!

Date of stay: July 2009
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1  Thank ineedlotto
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Reviewed 30 July 2009

My husband & I stayed at The Merrion Hotel in Dublin for 5 nights for the U2 shows at Croke Park. The hotel has superb reviews on Trip Advisor & this was one of the deciding factors for us to stay there - we were not disappointed.
From the very minute we stepped into the lobby the staff we extremely friendly, polite & ready to help with your every wish.
Our room was superb - spotless-clean, loads of space, luxury shower/bath room & everything you could wish for. We asked for a laptop & tea/coffee facilities & these were brought to our room instantly at no extra charge for the duration of our stay.
The swimming pool is superb - a truly relaxing experience in the heart of this great city.
Highly recommend the Cellar bar - lovely food, great drinks & again, very attentive staff.
Would recommend this hotel as the best in Dublin (we've tried a few now) - can't wait to go back for the pampering & luxury treatment!

Date of stay: July 2009
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2  Thank Louie1401
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Reviewed 18 July 2009

Beautiful hotel and although staff are very polite and friendly the service is VERY SLOW!

Date of stay: July 2009
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Thank Shanny C
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Reviewed 13 July 2009

Availed of the Merrion's Seven Star Steal Deal - overnight stay in the Merrion and 4 course surprise menu in Restaurant Patrick Guildbaud. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Very warm welcome and efficient check-in set the tone for the quality and friendly service afforded to us throughout. Dinner in Guilbauds was superb. Excellent breakfast the next morning. For the quality on offer this deal is exceptional value.

Date of stay: June 2009
Trip type: Travelled on business
1  Thank 3215jmt
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Reviewed 9 July 2009

We stayed at the Merrion Hotel in Dublin in May - it was rainy and cold. When we entered the hotel we were welcomed by no less than 3 wood-burning fireplaces, a complimentary drink, because we would have to wait for only 10 minutes for our room to be made up, and the most attentive staff.
Our rate included a free bottle of champagne which was chilling when we entered the room. When we returned from an evening out, the ice had been replenished and the bottle was still lovely and cold!
The following evening the waitress in the hotel bar even went to the restaurant downstairs to fetch a glass of the wine we had had with dinner, since they didn't serve it upstairs.
The Cellar Restaurant served a freshly prepared Irish breakfast with various breads, pastries, cereals, fruits and freshly squeezed orange juice. The perfect start to the day.

The Merrion is a lovely and quiet hotel to stay in, the website doesn't really do it justice, it's much cosier. And there's also a 2-star Michelin restaurant in the same building, if that's something you might be interested in (Patrick Guilbaud). It's about a 5-minute walk to the city centre, about 15 minutes to the busy Temple Bar district. The airport bus stops fairly close-by and the staff is exceptional. In other words - the perfect place to stay in Dublin!

Date of stay: May 2009
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2  Thank shedevilNetherlands
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