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Very warm and accommodating staff, including doorman, front desk, waiter, housekeeping. Great location within walking distance to Temple Bar, but quiet location. Starbucks next door.
The only complaint we have about this hotel is that there is no lift. The noisy bar downstairs could be a problem if you stay on the lower floors but we were on the top floor so it was no issue. The staff were lovely. The park is across the street if you are lucky enough to have a front window (we ...
On arriving, we were very impressed. Check-in not so great as they hadn't read my notes for twin beds instead of a double. This was sorted and we were upgraded to an amazing room, very spacious and nice decor. Only think to spoil it was the noise outside...it's on a busy road! Just bear in mind but ...
This is a very cool boutique hotel. It served a purpose, which was a couple of nights stay in Dublin. The staff were all great and very accommodating, the breakfast was amazing and the bed so comfortable. I even found myself longing for the comfort of the bed while on a night out, during night 2 ...
We recently stayed here with friends for a 3 night stay. We found the hotel to be very nice and the rooms were lovely and clean and comfortable. It is situated right by the The Point tram stop which takes you into the City Centre within 10 minutes. The buffet breakfast was nice although maybe a bit ...
On my 5th visit to Dublin I stayed in the Marker Hotel for the first time. This is yet another very good hotel in that city. It is not cheap, but I think it is worth every penny. A very comfortable room, kept exceptionally clean throughout my 4 nights stay. Staff were always helpful suggesting places ...
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