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All reviewsopposite the bus stationstore streettemple barcity centreo'connell streettaxi ranktram stopfew minutes walklight sleeperlocation is idealreception staffwould stay againbooked this hotellovely roomtrinity collegebusarasluas
Room clean enough, bit of a trek from reception.
Bar shuts strictly at 11.......beware you get no warning!! (Previously stopped here and had a Guinness gone midnight) people waiting to be served prior to 11pm, barman had done a runner at about 10.52, went to...More
From the moment we checked in to this hotel we knew it would be fantastic.
The hotel is very well located, easy to find and close to bars, supermarkets and stores.
The only downside is the tram line near our window but after a little...More
2 night stay in March (Fri/Sat), arrived approx 10am and was told that we could check in our room if it was ready (sadly it wasn't but at least the offer was there)
Luggage left securely until we checked in later during the day
It's an easy hotel to find when coming from the airport.. The bus from the airport drops you off very close to the hotel & picks you up right outside the hotel.
The staff were nice & helpful .
The room was big enough.
Georgian suites are massive. Bathroom ok.
Navigation to the older part of the hotel is a tad confusing at first (not helped by the one unfriendly staff member who brought us to our room).
All of the rest of the staff...More
Yes, there is, but they are anchored to the inside drawer of the desk in the room and a bit awkward to use. You cannot unplug them and move it either. So if you are really tall they won't work for you. I learned the hard... More
Yes, there is, but they are anchored to the inside drawer of the desk in the room and a bit awkward to use. You cannot unplug them and move it either. So if you are really tall they won't work for you. I learned the hard way.