This place was fine. Rooms were ok, bar was nice, staff were helpful, friendly. Location is lovely, if a little bit out of the city centre. Easy to get to on the 130 bus. Nice little restaurants nearby esp Picasso.
The problem here is it feels disjointed, as if bits were stuck on over the years without a design plan. The car park is a disaster. Apart from the hallway from the bar to reception ,where there are old movie posters from Dracula movies, there is no reason why this place is called Bram Stokes. There is a nautical theme throughout, and I don't think Bram was known as a yachtsman. Could do with a Gothic revamp (excuse the pun) - at least some biography about the author should be on show. Otherwise you feel they are just using the name of a famous author just to fool fans into staying here.
Other issues: cooked breakfast wasn't great (cold and took forever)
Wifi password is ridiculously cumbersome: if ur gonna make it so awkward to get wifi, don't bother.
Pity, cos this place is very close to being a great spot to stay in Dublin
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