Brilliant hotel, clean and spacious rooms, great service & very close to the bus/tram station. 20 minute walk to temple bar. Downside is the prices of the hotel bar and restaurant menu, a little overpriced
11 Jun-12 Jun
Easy accessible good value. Great location. Breakfast could have had more healthy options. Room could have been bit cleaner.
1 Jul-2 Jul
Friendly, clean and modern - convenient location too
19 Jun-20 Jun
Friendly helpful staff, nice bar and eating area, decent rooms and not far from the lively parts of Dublin.
I know it is a large hotel but the room was a long way away from the restaurants and entrance!
Beds extremely comfortable, beautiful breakfast. My Mams Birthday so when we returned from dining they had left birthday favour & wishes. Concierge/ Doorman thought he was funny by demeaning the car I drove said as I handed him my keys he take me back a Porsche Bar Food Service Extremely Slow !
7 Jun-8 Jun
Clean Hotel conveniently located, helpful friendly staff
Heralded as the number-one tourist attraction in Ireland, the Guinness Storehouse is as much a historical venue as it is a shopping and drinking emporium. Tours take guests through the history of the Guinness brand and company from its humble beginnings in St. James’s Gate to its celebrated position as a global brand. After the tour, stop off at the massive Guinness Store and pick up souvenirs, such as T-shirts, mugs, and other gifts.
After a pint or two before, or after, your tour, enjoy the gift shop that offers books and more information about the history of the brewery as well as Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse is far from the only location able to serve up foamy Guinness drinks. Kehoe’s is a cramped but cosy venue that serves up creamy Guinness drafts. For a creepier scene, head to Kavanagh's, a pub that shares a wall with the sprawling Glasnevin Cemetery. Few things embody Dublin more than the Guinness Brewery and traditional Irish fare.
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Guests travelling in large groups may consider bedding down at one of the hotels in Dublin, such as the Ashling Hotel, which serves Irish cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the in-house Chesterfields restaurant. Guests residing at the luxurious Westbury hotel, and other hotels in Dublin, can walk to some of Grafton Street’s best shops within minutes.