everthing was perfect ,gym was small but good , breakfast was super , staff were great
Well kept property , but the bathroom was so small you could barely get in the shower and a tiny tiny sink , no room at all in bathroom basically .
We were on the quiet side of the hotel so was not so bad close to everything great breakfast eat all you want
Liked: comfort, quality & location. Disliked: no air con (couldn't keep window open due to noise of surrounding building works), needing swim hat to use pool/spa.
Lovely clean hotel. Well situated in Dublin, could walk to most attractions. Staff really helpful. Would definitely stay here again if back in Dublin
Forged from cast iron in 1816, Ha’Penny Bridge was aptly named. Customers paid a single ha’penny to board the ferry that drifted beneath the bridge to the other side of the River Liffey. More than 30,000 natives and tourists trek back and forth over the 43-metre span each day. Many visitors love walking the bridge after dark, when the lamps hanging above the bridge light the path between the shops stationed at either end. To traverse the Ha’Penny and other bridges that link Dublin’s streets and shops is to traverse back and forth through history.
Stand on this pedestrian bridge and enjoy the view without the honk of horns or smog of engines. Use the bridge as transport to bring you over the Liffey, across Dublin and back again. Take a moment to appreciate the structure, realizing that while only a few hundred people once crossed the bridge a century ago, today thousands cross the bridge and it still stands.
Ebookers enables you to select hotels based on geography, star-ratings, and of course price. Hotels near Ha'penny Bridge offer unique views of the bridge, and are close to the river. If you're close enough a sunrise stroll over the bridge and prove life-altering. Reserve a room near the bridge on Ebookers and aim for a 5-star hotel at a much more affordable price point than independent searches.
Virtually all roadways in Dublin feed into the CCD, so guests staying at a range of hotels in Dublin can reach the convention hall by Port Tunnel public transport or take a ferry from distant locations. Guests can bypass transportation and walk to the CCD from The Brooks Hotel Dublin and dozens of other hotels near the Ha'penny Bridge are great places to stay. The Brooks Hotel is close to the historical areas of the city yet modern on the inside, with Wi-Fi and a flatscreen television.