Also known as: Berkeley Court Hotel, D4 Berkeley Hotel, D4 Ballsbridge Court Hotel, Berkeley Court Hotel, Berkley Court Hotel
Great Value Option
The 4 star Clyde Court Hotel is perfect for both business and leisure guests. Set in Dublin’s most prestigious postcode and only minutes from the city centre, the Clyde Court Hotel has been host to many famous celebrities and Heads of State including Nelson Mandela, Frank Sinatra, Madonna, Elton John, and Cher to name but a few.
The elegant hotel is comprised of 185 fully air conditioned and spacious guest rooms and can also cater for business conferences and weddings for up to 450 guests - without losing the personal touch.
***Please note that this hotel will be closed from January 1st 2016***
Clyde Court Hotel Features
•24-hour front desk
•Non Smoking Hotel
•Early check-in available on request
•131 Deluxe Double Rooms
•25 Deluxe Twin Rooms
•24 Luxury Junior Suites
•2 spacious Luxury One Bedroom Suites
•Wake up service
•Wheel chair access
•Direct dial telephone
•WIFI throughout the hotel
•Wheelchair accessible rooms
•Conference facilities that can cater for up to 450 guests
•In-house events co-ordinator for weddings, conferences and private parties
•Business club with private lounge
The Clyde Restaurant: The Clyde restaurant is set in a contemporary space bathed in natural day-light. The food is sourced from reliable local farms and costs just €25 per person for a delicious 3 course meal. There is a garden area seating up to 30 people and the Room, located off the restaurant is perfect for a private dinner or to entertain guests or clients.
Clyde Bar: The Bar is the perfect place to relax after a long day. With its atmospheric high ceilings, plush leather armchairs and floor to ceiling mahogany wall panels, the Bar is luxury at its best. Renowned for its cocktails, the Baby Grand Piano also makes for great entertainment on special occasions.
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The Hotel is situated in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, only a few minutes from the city centre. The leafy suburb of Ballsbridge is a leisurely stroll from the main shopping area of Grafton Street, the business district and the leisurely parks of Herbert, Merrion and St Stephens Green. Surrounded by many of the city's finest restaurants and nightlife.
Location: 1Km from the RDS & 2Km from the city centre.
Parking: Large car park available with overnight parking for resident guests of the hotel. Note car parking is available at a fee.
Transport: The Aircoach link from Dublin Airport stops at the front gate. A Taxi rank is situated at the hotel entrance, many bus services service the area on a regular basis.
The Dart Rail service to Dublin city centre and Howth to the North and the seaside town of Bray to the south has a station 3 minutes from hotel, Lansdowne Road Station
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The location is great for access to Ballsbridge and Dublin City centre. Our room was fine, this was once one of Dublin's premier luxury hotels but needs renovating, but is relatively clean. I can only find one fault with the room, the power in the shower was intermittent and did not really allow for the best shower. This was a very busy weekend in Dublin so prices were high, however the deal I got was a good offer all things considered.
3 out of 5
This is my 4th time staying at the Clyde Court. ...
This is my 4th time staying at the Clyde Court. The location is excellent if you are going to anything in the aviva or the rds & it's a 30 minute stroll into the city centre, there are also plenty of bars & restaurants close to the hotel. Staff are very friendly & helpful. Rooms are very clean & have all the facilities you would expect.
5 out of 5
A mixed bag. Initial impressions were very encouraging with a ...
A mixed bag. Initial impressions were very encouraging with a large, gracious reception & lounge served by friendly & very helpful staff. Sadly this wore off when I entered the room, which was out dated & in need of a make over, especially the bathroom which was shabby. The biggest issue was the lack of air conditioning which, on a very hot day, was a major issue. This meant leaving the window open all night too which in a city centre isn't ideal. The TV didn't work & the walls are paper thin, with the noise from adjoining rooms a genuine disturbance.
I'm not normally one to complain but when a hotel markets & prices itself as a high end venue, these issues are worth highlighting & should be addressed. A real shame.
3 out of 5
Very pleasant stay. Reception were efficient and welcoming. Room perfect, ...