We started our trip through Ireland here. They were really great, even putting up with 2 very jet-lagged and tired tourists upon check-in.
You will have to carry your luggage up a flight of stairs to get to the elevators, and not always was there someone to assist you. The room was pretty nice, although for 30 Euro you can upgrade (if available, which it wasn't when we were there). The shower had been "fixed" and was a little confusing, but worked well once we figured it out. The view we had, well, it was an alley and I believe there was a pub nearby because we could hear people well into the night. There was not much for AC, so we had to keep the window open until the noise just got to be too much.
One really bright note is the in-house restaurant. It was great-friendly staff, great food, great atmosphere! Another shiny note is the man working the tour desk. He was really sweet, had a lot of useful information and even gave me a great idea for the shileliegh I picked up.
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- Also Known As:
- North Star Hotel - Premier Club Dublin
- North Star Hotel Dublin
- Northstar Hotel Dublin