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NYX Hotel Dublin Portobello
4.4/548 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Beautiful hotel in a peaceful and gorgeous part of Dublin. A few minutes walk away from the Green Line LUAS. The more compact bedrooms are a bit on the small side for a couple, but they’re still well appointed, very new and clean, and comfortable. The hotel bar is cosy and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The only downside is the lack of parking, you’ll have to park onstreet at fairly considerable expense. Not really the fault of the hotel, but it is something to note if you’re driving here.
Maldron Hotel, Newlands Cross
4.2/5105 Reviews
Traveling during peak hours, this price is more cost-effective. Although it is not in the city center, it is convenient to drive to the city center in 10 minutes, and there are sufficient parking spaces. There is a supermarket opposite, and shopping is also very convenient.
Plaza Hotel Tallaght
4.2/595 Reviews
I booked one night at the Plaza Hotel, and I will never come back here. A very noisy hotel, I returned from the airport at night and thought I would sleep, but early in the morning at 7 o'clock the staff began to make noise in the corridor, they slammed the doors from the pantry and the doors of the landing very hard , asked not to clap, but after 10 minutes everything happened again. My number was 333. I do not recommend this hotel to anyone and I myself will never go back there.
Premier Suites Dublin, Sandyford
4.4/520 Reviews
My colleague and I stayed here for 4 weeks on a business trip including a period of Covid quarantine so being confined to the apartment for 14 days has coloured my opinion. Small things that you could ignore for one night or so can become very annoying. I can't fault the management or the cleaning staff. They were very helpful and attentive and the housekeeping was very good but the developer and architect didn't win my praise. Sandyford was convenient for us but the area is a warren of charmless new developments, several of which have stalled and are left unfinished. There are some restaurants and coffee shops nearby and a Dunnes and Aldi within walking distance and the Luas tram at the foot of the road is a boon for getting to places with a bit more to offer. There is a also a weekly food truck market across the street. The beds are comfortable and the mattresses were clean but I agree with other posters that they are too high to sit on to tie your shoes. We found several lamps didn't have working bulbs but these were quickly replaced once the management were notified. The presence of three restaurants on the ground level of means that the smell from their fryers wafts up when you are on your balcony. I could not identify the source but every few hours, day and night, there is a loud clattering that sounds like a bottle-bank being emptied. Our balcony had no view except of a car park hemmed in on four sides by tall buildings. The apartments have plenty of windows and light but that only affords your neighbours in the office buildings across the breezeway a clear view of your bedroom and living room and you a view of their desks, unless you keep the curtains closed. There was obviously a common area with benches and a play equipment built for the development but the access to this is now prevented by a padlocked gate. Protruding glass box windows might be attractive from the outside and provide space and light into the bedrooms but when it rains (as it does in Dublin) the rain drumming on the roof glass is loud enough to disturb your sleep. A very particular complaint was the useless key-card entry system which constantly failed and locked us out. The management are well aware of this as they told us to keep our key-cards away from any electronic device (hardly practical for keeping in your purse or pocket) as this might wipe the magnetic *****e. In five weeks we were locked out (with both cards failing) four times which is very annoying when coming home late and the reception has closed. The management sent over new cards in a taxi which took 30 minutes. The car parking spaces underground are a bit tight. The code to the building and garage (but not your apartment) changes weekly so you have to make a note of it when the slip is passed under your door telling you the new code. The trash collection area is disgusting, there are lots of bins but evidently these are not enough or they're not emptied often enough. Rem
Donnybrook Hall
4.6/531 Reviews
My experience at Donnybrook Hall was wonderful! My double room was more than adequate with an updated private bathroom. Enough hangers in wardrobe for my 8 night stay. Comfy bed, warm room (with the nice option to crack open a window) for my December stay. TV also included music channels, which was nice, Coffee/tea/biscuit/choc croissant in room daily. The staff was hospitable from checkin to my departure, Encountered a friendly face to ask about needing help every morning and night. Daily housekeeping was reliable and trustworthy. Defiantly a family operation! The neighborhood is great. There is a row of shops that include an upscale market, a bakery/coffee shop, Tesco, a pub with a restaurant and another restaurant. A fast food place serving really good fish and chips is open late along with another fast food place. There is a bus stop near the hotel, city center is about a 20 min ride by bus. I used taxis (easy pickup area in front of hotel) and safely walked into town many times. A taxi to temple bar was about 15-20 euros, a 50 min walk. This is a good option for a nice, quiet stay. A great value for the room and resourcefulness of the staff. Would defiantly recommend and revisit Donnybrook Hall!
Glashaus Hotel
4.2/5106 Reviews
I stayed Tuesday 3rd August with my son... We stopped here on the way from Belfast as had v v bad experience there ..from the moment I walked in we were made feel very welcome...the receptionist was lovely and friendly, never got his name... We had our dinner there ..in tge out door area as my brother in law joined us which we didn't mind ... The food was gorgeous,,my son was delighted with his mocktail ... The shopping centre literally 2 mins away so we did abit shopping... The 2 girls the served us were lovely and v friendly .. The breakfast was spot on .. I will definitely be back here...and highly recommend this hotel

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