Albany House Hotel Dublin 84 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

  • Great Budget Option

Hotel Description

Albany House enjoys prime location, within a 5 minute walk of St Stephens Green and Grafton Street Dublin. The building is a historic building heavily influenced by the Georgian period, still maintaining many wonderful period features throughout.

The reception, foyer and public areas feature an eclectic mix of furniture and fittings that successfully complement this wonderful Georgian building. Modern facilities include free Wi-Fi access.

All 43 en-suite Guest Rooms are spacious and comfortable. Continental breakfast includes freshly brewed filter coffee, with a selection of gourmet Irish cheeses and breads, as well as teas, juices and cereals.

Albany House is within walking distance of most of Dublin’s best known landmarks, providing the perfect base from where to explore ‘your Dublin’. If you are looking for a place with real character, comfort and great Irish hospitality, then look no further. You’ve arrived!

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Area Information

Albany House accommodation on Harcourt Street Dublin 2 is within walking distance of many of the City’s most famous landmark’s. St. Stephens Green is a two minute walk from our door. If you wander down Grafton St. you will find yourself in the magnificent surroundings of Trinity College Dublin. Continuing towards the river Liffey and over the bridge you will encounter O' Connell Street.

The Luas Green Line stops on Harcourt St just 75m from our front door. Beginning at St Stephens Green, on the corner with Grafton Street, the Luas heads south through Ranelagh to Stilloragan, Sandyford before eventually terminating in Brides Glen. With many business and technology parks on the Luas line Albany House is an ideal hotel for guests doing business in south Dublin but who prefer to stay in the city centre.
Fashionable Dundrum Town Centre is just a short tram ride for the ultimate in retail therapy.
Our Customer stayed here in March 2017

I really enjoyed my overnight stay in Albany House Hotel. My trip was for business meetings and the WiFi in the room was very convenient. I work for a disability organisation and the absence of level access and a lift meant that for me I could not award this hotel a 'Suberb' rating. I fully appreciated that the style and architecture on this street precludes the changes that would make this hotel fully accessible. Thanks to management and Staff.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in January 2015

The Albany House Hotel is a small hotel in an excellent location. The staff were very helpful and friendly throughout my stay. Although the décor is a little dated, the rooms are warm and comfortable and the facilities work as you would expect. The breakfast was good - cereals, breads, etc. - and more than filling enough to get you through the morning.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in March 2014

I enjoyed my overnight stay at Albany Hotel, Dublin. The room was lovely, the continental breakfast very good, especially the home made brown bread, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Thank you to all concerned for a very pleasant visit.I certanly intend to use the hotel on future visits to Dublin.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in December 2013

This is a budget hotel that does things well. The rooms are basic and most of them are overlooking Harcourt St which can get quite noisy at night (and the windows are not soundproof by any means!). However the rooms are clean, comfortable and well maintained. Breakfast is simple, efficient and the staff are friendly. Combine that with the excellent location and great value price and it's easy to see why you would keep coming back.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in November 2013

For the price paid and the location Albany House is great however don't expect the little things because it is quite basic. I was in a downstairs room which was very basic. No tissues in the room/bathroom only toilet roll. Soap and conditioning shampoo no shower gel. Tea and coffee facilities but no biscuits. Bed was kinda hard and pillows have definitely seen better days. No topsheet on the bed only a duvet. Breakfast is again basic tea/coffee, toast, cereal and juice. Staff were friendly and location is brilliant. I stayed years ago in the upstairs rooms which were typical rooms in an old Georgian house I wonder are they still as nice. Overall good value for money considering what I paid.

Rating: 3/5
3 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in March 2013

Just a pitty no food outside breakfast was available.Not even vending machines.The nearest shop or newsagent was quiet a distance away.or perhaps takeaway menus provide to their guests so that they can order in to their rooms.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5