Situated on Harcourt Street, this charming hotel is a brief stroll from Stephen's Green and Grafton Street, in the centre of Dublin. The beauty of central Dublin - it can all be explored on foot!
The rooms are all decorated in a very traditional style and are all en-suite with either shower or bath and equipped with tea/coffee-making facilities and TV. The rooms are comfortable and vary in size, although none are small. All rooms can be affected by noise any night of the week due to the many bars and function rooms in the hotel (particularly Thursday - Saturday, as the hotel has 2 very popular nightclubs).
The hotel has an art deco style restaurant for more formal dining, whilst a carvery lunch is served in the bar. The hotel also boasts a fantastic open air beer garden which can be very busy in the summer months. This has become one of Dublin's most trendy night spots.
A typical and elegant Georgian building on the heart of the famous Harcourt Street.
The lobby is furnished in traditional dark wood, with plenty of space in the adjacent lounge. There is an Internet point as well as comfortable seating, where guests can relax and read the papers.
Ideally placed for all tourist attractions. The hotel has two nightclubs: Dublin?s hottest new nightclub "Krystle", for the younger age group, and "Bojangles", for the 30-somethings. Both are located in the basement of the hotel. This hotel is ideal for anyone looking to sample Dublin's finest hospitality. A great place for a party or celebration. It is not suitable for anyone looking for a quiet break, especially on the weekends. (GW 07/2015)
The hotel has Dublin?s hottest nightclub "Krystle", for the younger age group, and "Bojangles", for the 30-somethings. Both are located in the basement of the hotel. They also have an outdoor beer garden called Dicey's. Whilst the hotel is ideal for sampling Dublin's great night life, it is not suitable for anyone looking for a quiet break, especially on the weekends.
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The room was like a sauna because the heating was on far too high in the room. After the porter turned it off it was well over a hour later before the radiator started to cool down. Nightclub downstairs - music blaring until 2am. If you want a good nights sleep you should avoid staying here.
I have never in my life stayed in such a bad hotel, it should'nt even be rated as a hotel, its more like a hostel.... everything is old, dirty, dated, wallpaper coming off the walls, threadbare carpet, rude staff.. we were in a tiny room, the bedside lights were broken, the window was too heavy and stuck, it would'nt open, (had to get a porter up twice to air the room)... It was like Beirut outside, the noise was outrageous... the hotel do state it can be noisy but this was beyond bearable, even with the earplugs provided...there were Ambulances, Firebrigades and Police swarming the place during the night... really scary stuff...we got no sleep...when we complained The Manageress was rude and 'offish'....would not recommend at all....you would be as well sleeping on the street......
1 out of 5
Room adequate, breakfast excellent, noise awful! Grand if you want ...
Room was ok bit old and there was slight gaps in the balcony door so all noise came into the room and since the room was over looking the beer garden it was a noisy night (We stayed a Friday night). There was also bit of mould in the bathroom around the bath. However the room was clean with clean sheets, towels, etc.
Breakfast was nice and the staff were friendly. The bar was lively and great for a night out.
If you are out for the night this would be a good spot but if you are looking a quiet night and a full nights sleep i would avoid here at the week end. However other rooms away from the part of the hotel we stayed in could have been quieter