We have stayed in this hotel a few times for the rugby. It is walking distance to Aviva. This visit, we had a private party. It was fabulous. We had a barbeque in the gardens which was fantastic.Food was great. The bar has a veranda looking down into the gardens.It is surrounded by an array of beautiful colourful flowers. It was heaven sitting in the sun reading the papers sipping cappuccino, surrounded by such beauty. The hotel has quite a few rest areas around reception and on the way to the rooms. They have really nice modern furnishings and provide plenty of chill out space. It is a pleasant short walk to the quaint village of Sandymount and 15 minute walk to the beach. It's a ten minute taxi ride into Dublin City. This hotel is really good value for money. My only gripe has always been that the beds are too small. Everything else is really good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just 10 minutes from Dublin city centre, 14km from the airport and two minutes from the DART train station which links you to all Dublin's main attractions in minutes, Sandymount Hotel is the perfect hotel for every visit to Dublin. The O2 Arena is less than a 5-minute drive from the hotel and the Bord Gais Energy Theatre is 1 stop away by DART rail. There is free parking and WIFI also available. A family run hotel for the last 59 years it's the people that make your stay special. A full Irish breakfast is served daily in Whitty's Restaurant and we have a casual dining menu available all day in Line Out Bar which features a terrace overlooking private gardens. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mount Herbert Dublin
- Hotel Mount Herbert