Harcourt Hotel Dublin 60 Harcourt St, Dublin, Ireland

  • Stephen's Green Area

Hotel Description

The Harcourt Hotel is a boutique style establishment which was once the home to George Bernard Shaw, the Irish playwright. Offering 51 comfortable rooms, a restaurant, bar, Internet access and a lift.

Rooms have ensuite bathroom, TV, direct dial telephone, coffee/tea making facilities and hairdryer. "Little Caesars" restaurant serves Italian especialities as well as international cuisine.

D-Two bar and nightclub and an all weather beer garden. It is best described as a 'lively' hotel particularly but not exclusively at the weekend. As a result some rooms can suffer from noise.

There is no parking on site but there is parking available locally at The Royal College of Surgeon's car park. They offer an overnight rate of 5 euro from 5.00 pm to 11.00 am. Street parking is available free from 7.00 pm to 7.00 am. It is free all day Sundays.

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Area Information

Location: situated in the centre of Dublin close to St Stephens Green. Located on Harcourt St. off the south west corner of St. Stephen's Green in Dublin City Centre. It is on the LUAS (tram system) line which services from Grafton Street (one stop) to the north and to the Green Line Sandyford in the South. Grafton Street and its surrounds would arguably be Ireland's most exclusive shopping district. Temple Bar and all Dublin's major attractions are all within walking distance
Our Customer stayed here in December 2016

Great location with access to the City Centre, clean compact room.

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

We had a very enjoyable stay, very central, good food and staff. Will definitely stay again, highly recommend.

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

Excellent location, 5 min walk to St. Stephen's Green Park and shopping centre and Grafton St. The Luas is available almost outside the door. The Luas starts at 6 am so ask for a room at the back if you are a light sleeper. Rooms are small but clean and helpful staff.

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

Only spent one quiet Sunday evening there, but found the hotel really nice. Excellent room, bed and food. All the staff very pleasant. Hotel very central to the city centre and for us, the NCH. Would stay there again with pleasure. Would certainly recommend it for comfort and value to our circle of family and friends.

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

The only good thing about this hotel was that they had a room available. Grim seriously grim! Avoid if at all possible.

Rating: 2/5
2 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in July 2014

The room itself was fine. It was clean and tidy. I did find there was a shortage of electrical sockets only 2 in the room so I could charge my phone and laptop at the same time but nothing else. Charging seemed to be exceptionally slow for my phone which charges within 90 minutes but in the hotel room took over 4 hours. The main issue I had with the hotel room were the noise levels both from outside (there's a nightclub close by) and more annoyingly from inside the hotel with other groups of guests partying all night and banging doors. Apparently my room was on the same floor as one of the suites that can accommodate up to 6 people and as such are more prone to being occupied by people that don't sleep that much. In any case I told the lady on reception at checkout about the noise problem and she apologised and offered me a free breakfast. I didn't have time for breakfast so she offered me the value of the breakfast as a refund. Overall it's not a bad hotel, it's well located but if a good night's sleep is important then you should check when booking if you can get a quiet room away from all the madness!

Rating: 3/5
3 out of 5