Lansdowne Hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin is set in the heart of Georgian Dublin; we are just a short stroll from the Lansdowne Road stadium, the RDS and Dublin city's main shopping and business district.
Located in Ballsbridge and only 10 minutes walk from Dublin City, this 3-star boutique Dublin hotel is family-owned.
With forty en-suite bedrooms, including two suites, that are well-appointed and tastefully designed with soft pastel shades and warm furnishings.
All rooms are equipped with hair dryer, TV, sirect-dial telephone, and tea / coffee-making facilities.
Rooms with trouser press are available on request.
Celtic mouldings and fine tapestries from the Book of Kells adorn the walls. The imaginative use of specially-designed lighting creates the perfect atmosphere for you to enjoy a dish from our extensive à la carte menu, complemented by our comprehensive wine list.
A traditional, converted townhouse.
The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin is set in the heart of the prestigious Dublin 4, making it the ideal choice for the business user. The large function room is fully equipped to host presentations and when used in conjunction with our support services such as hot buffets and fully equipped bar, the ingredients of a successful conference are set.
Staff are on-hand to professionally guide and help you through from the organisation to the smooth running of the event. The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin currently plays host to a large number of conferences for numerous global Blue Chip Companies.
Downstairs at the Lansdowne Hotel Dublin, you will find one of Dublin's finest drinking emporiums "The Den Bar". Relax and enjoy a drink of your choice, or choose from our bar food menu while savoring the atmosphere of this exciting meeting place - popular with business people and tourists alike. 'The Den' features a unique collection of sports memorabilia of interest to sport enthusiasts, particularly the rugby fraternity. The Den Bar serves carvery lunch daily and for the late weekend risers we have brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
Or perhaps you would like to venture further afield, drink with literary greats in The 51 Pub on Haddington Road, taste the finest Guinness in Dublin at James Toners on Baggot Street, or relax and unwind in the spacious Waterloo Pub on Baggot Street. The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin is surrounded by fine taverns and good ale.(07/06TM)
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We were really pleased with our lovely room 31 which was recently refurbished. Everything about this boutique hotel was great. We ate in the Bar served by Brendan, an excellent Bar manager and the food was lovely.
4 out of 5
Generally I was pleased with the hotel but had ...
Generally I was pleased with the hotel but had a very unpleasant experience which I reported to the night staff and management. On Thurs. morning an attempt was made to open the door of my room and it did open. Thankfully I got it shut and locked promptly but the intruder continued to try to get in for another 5 minutes before moving away. The explanation I was given was that a drunk had locked himself out of his room and obviously didn't know where he was and thought my room was his. As you can imagine I got a terrible fright and became very nervous and didn't sleep well the following night as every tiny sound made me jump. The reason I chose that hotel was for its convenience to the RDS where I was working for 2 days at the Craft Fair. In fairness to the Hotel I was not charged for my 2 breakfasts.
3 out of 5
The Hotel is centrally located. The staff and facilities are ...
The Hotel is centrally located. The staff and facilities are very nice. I don't like complaining during my stay, so the fault was all mine. The TV needed to be re tuned so that the channels were available as it said in the Guest Information book. As I was watching TV from 6.00 p.m. to 1.00 am, it was frustrating trying to find the channels and some could not be found at all between going from 1 to 60. This is by no means just specific to this hotel, it applies to all hotels. I would suggest that the housekeepers should check the tuning routinely each day as part of their cleaning duties. They would become very familiar with the TVS and remotes in the rooms and could re tune it if it needed it while changing the bed linen etc. The other question I have is does anyone from the hotel staff ever lie down on the beds for a couple of minutes as if they were going to sleep there. Do they turn the mattresses regularly as you would do at home. In this hotel, I couldn't sleep without putting the pillow underneath by hips and bottom. It was too painful otherwise. I kept thinking that a spring was broken and sticking up. I checked the mattress the next morning and it appeared to be new, it was just the buttons on the mattress were big and hard, like a stone etc.If someone had laid on the bed they would have found it was uncomfortable and sore and could have solved the problem and just cut off the unneeded buttons. Would I stay here again. The answer is yes. Why? Because similar problems occur in most hotels at one time or another.
2 out of 5
Excellent location and the free parking is a big bonus. ...