Stayed here for 2 nights over last weekend. The hotel only has a limited amount of rooms in main part - most rooms are in the new extension. Be aware that the rooms in new part do vary. The first night we were put in room 301A and it's really a very basic room i.e. furniture with uncomfortable cheap bed (it shouldn't be offered to guests). We were told it was the garden suite - well you may as well be sleeping in the garden as it has flood lights right outside the window so you don't know if it's day or night while sleeping. Even the curtains were cheap so not blocking out the beam from flood lights. We complained and were moved down the building to a very comfortable room with decent furniture/curtains etc. What a shame! We could have had 2 decent nights sleep instead of just one. The hotel staff are extremely friendly both on reception and in the breakfast room. Breakfast was great and we were offered pancakes which were delicious. So all in all great hotel just check you're in a good room!
Well laid out Hotel. Friendly staff, good in house breakfast . Orange juice and lemon in the lobby was quite refreshing.
Courteous staff and clean rooms.
The pub next door also had good food and drinks, unfortunately I missed the entertainment that is usually there as they had a large function.
My friend and I stayed here, over the New year.
Lovely hotel, even though a little far out of town, excellent transport links.
Staff were helpful, especially Natalie om reception who went out of her way to help us.
The beds were so comfortable, the only down side was getting out of them :)
Nice hotel with pool etc. Importantly has wifi throughout
Staff professional and changed a room that had a noise with a new one in minutes - sign of a good hotel is correcting any issues quickly and without fuss and this is exactly what happened.
Room clean, comfortable and surprisingly big. Bathroom has bath as well as shower which is needed after a long day...always a plus.
Breakfast was good and at a reasonable price.
Generally very happy and would recommend for anyone on business or travelling around the area.
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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