Booked this hotel as a five star one night away with partner for his birthday. Great location but it is not five star standard. Room was very nice if small. Lobby is soulless and feels like too much concrete. Luggage trolleys in most prominent visual position.
Cocktails in bar expensive but not surprising. What was surprising was the wilted mint and dried up slice of lime in both mojitos. When I pointed this out to the server and suggested he shouldn't serve them, his reply was No? For 25euro for two i'd expect garnish to be fresh!
There was disco music til 2am and a noisy all night generator near our room - first floor. Thankfully we had earplugs! Hardly expected in a five star hotel. I'll give it a miss for the future.
Dublin has better four star hotels.
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- The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin’s most luxurious design hotel is located in the heart of the city. Experience the best of both worlds when staying at this chic haven, to one side the tranquility and calm of St Stephen’s Green and to the other, Grafton Street, Dublin’s finest shopping avenue.From its central location, in amongst this buzzing vibrant city it is an easy stroll to explore the leading cultural, historical and leisure attractions. Or just step out to the chic shopping, high energy bars, fine dining restaurants and chattering Cafes ... more less
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