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Ashling Hotel
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Reviewed 28 November 2011

We were booked into this hotel by a tour packager that we used for a self drive vacation in Ireland. When we arrived we requested that the hotel upgrade us to a "deluxe" room. We were willing to pay for the upgrade. the desk clerk did no at no charge. the room had been recently rennovated and was very nice as well as being quite spacious. The lobby bar was nice with good appointments and comfortable seating. the service was bit slow but acceptable. The only thing we could have wished better was the attached car park which was quite cramped and tough to negoiatiate. It was fortunate that we had a small car. Since it is in central Dublin, it was bit tough getting there and to the airport the next day.

Room Tip: Be sure to have a GPS navagation system (Sat-Nav) to assist you in getting there.
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank dutch68008
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Reviewed 28 November 2011

Stayed at The Ashling Hotel 24th Nov 2011 with 2 teenagers. We had a very large family room which included a double and 2 single (twin!) beds. The hotel is 3 minutes walk from Hueston train station and there are 2 Luas stops within 5 minute walk. You can park your car for €7 for 24 hours and take the Luas to city centre. Great location for concerts at the O2 as the Luas red line goes right to the door.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank roisin
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Reviewed 27 November 2011

Staff was exceptional! There was a flood when we were there. Again, the staff was exceptional! Would absolutely stay there again! It was right next to the beautiful Phoenix park and Guiness storehouse. It was also right next to train and tram station! Great location!

  • Stayed: October 2011
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Thank N8chergirl
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Reviewed 23 November 2011

We stayed at the Ashling hotel for a weekend visiting the city and relatives in November. The plus points are great location (as previously mentioned by other reviewers) and I got a good rate which was on a room only rate. Nearer the time I purchase breakfast as 12Euros and it was good value as it is a full Irish breakfast buffet style which meant you could go through to the evening with just a snack for lunch.

My only criticsm of this hotel is lack of attention to detail and the decor looks a little dated.
In the hotels defense it was busy with a Marxism Festival.
One morning the tinned peaches had gone off in the yogurt bar as they were fizzing(yuk) and the staff had to be told to top up on bread etc.

The black furniture looked cheap and reminded me of when this style of furniture was all the rage back in the 90's. The bedroom we had was comfortable enough but was rather bland looking. The paintwork should have been white but had gone a cream colour and the sealant and grouting in our bathroom needed repointing.

We had a meal in the restaurant one night and it was reasonable priced as hotel restaurants go...The standard of presentation was good and the service was excellent.

However all said and done it was a comfortable stay, extremley handy for walking into Dublin City(20mins) and I would have no hesitation in returning.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with family
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Thank GiaSurrey_England
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Reviewed 21 November 2011

We stayed here in April 2011 for 4 days. It was excellent value for an upgraded room, and the service was brilliant. The tram stop is only a 5 minute walk from the front of the hotel which had you in the city centre within 10-15 minutes. It is also a 20 minute walk from the Guinness storehouse, a 15 minute walk from Phoenix Park, and around 30 minutes from Kilmainham Gaol (highly recommended). There are a couple of good restaurants a few minutes walk away, but I would mostly recommend going into the city to eat. The hotel itself offered a decent bar type menu (but main meals were quite pricey) and the bar was very pleasant to have a drink at in the evening.

Highly recommended unless you wish to stay up late drinking in the Centre, where you might be better off staying somewhere more central.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Chili4417
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