"Excellent hotel about 10-15 minutes walk from LUAS"
Stayed May 11-17, 2015. First time travelling to Europe from the United States; travelled with girlfriend. This hotel seemed very focused on the business traveller as the service we received in the hotel bar was far more comparable to service from the US than the other restaurants and bars we visited during our trip. Bartenders would check in frequently to see if we needed anything else compared to other places where we would be checked in on once. Room was cleaned daily even on the days we didn't leave the room until late--on the 13th we didn't leave until around 2pm. Free wifi but not very reliable in the room we were in.
Good experience - if you are not looking for extras, this is a good budget hotel. You have to use the vending machine for water, laptop adapters, and whatever - nothing comes included barring conditioner, body wash, soap, body towel and hand towel. But what else can you expect for about $120 including breakfast?
After finding that it wasn't actually in Dublin as advertised and spent quite a while on public transport, the hotel staff were great and helpful, the room was a really great size, beautiful view and good sized and nice bathroom. The wifi connection was good, close facilities (large shopping centre) nearby and team stop about 3 minutes walk that takes you straight into Dublin City. Helpful when leaving as well.
We booked this hotel at short notice and it was one of the cheapest in Dublin. We were expecting the worst but were pleasantly surprised but the standard. The rooms were comfortable, the staff were friendly and the price was good. Nothing spectacular but good value for money. I would go back again.
Drink in the scenery of this storied section of Dublin, home to the Old Jameson Distillery and the Guinness St. James Gate Brewery. Visitors can learn the finer points of whiskey making, or sip a sunset pint in the rooftop bar after a tour of the Guinness Storehouse museum. Feel as small as a Lilliputian before St. Patrick's Cathedral, Ireland's grandest hall and tomb of writer Jonathan Swift.
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