I found this hotel to be a total wast of money. We live in Dublin but stayed here for a riends birthday to make it more special. he staff were incredibley rude!! We arrived at 4 O'clock- after the 2pm check in time to be told no rooms were available. The receptionist took my credit card and started typing away. Another guy then showed up and the two of them started speaking a foreign language while still looking at my card. i became worried as i thought something may be wrong with my booking-- which there wasn't. It took us over half an hour to check in. When we finally got to our room it was nice and spacious with a big bathroom. We went out, however when we came back we couldn't get into our room- there was a problem with the card- 4 trips to reception later it was sorted!!!
The room was very clean and tidy and the beds comfy. The room was on a busy main road so not exactly quiet but we didn't mind. However, the hot water in the taps was way too hot and we couldn't use it for fear of getting burnt.
I would recommended girls staying here to bring their own hairdryers the one is the room does not work!
We were also woken up by the maid at 9am on a Sunday moring- dispite only getting home at 5!! we didn't put the do not disturb sign on the door as we have never felt the need before
Upon checking out we came accross more utter rudeness from reeption- we were told we had already checked out and to just leave!!!
This hotel is not as near as you would think and i would never stay again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel comprises of two magnificently restored Georgian buildings, with a heritage of great historical and cultural importance to Ireland. One was home to the great Irish playwright, George Fitzmaurice, while 4 Harcourt Street was the birthplace of Lord Edward Carson, one of the founders of Northern Ireland and a central figure in Ireland’s Unionism movement. Entering through the tasteful reception area, guests will be struck by the stunning glass atrium, filling the lobby with natural light and overlooking the idyllic Stephen’s Green park. The stylish interior design throughout the hotel, with wood panelling and soft leather furnishings sitting alongside Georgian stucco ceilings and elegant fireplaces, beautifully showcases the fusion of old and new. George Fitzmaurice is honoured in the hotel through our bar and restaurant, which are named after two of his plays. The ‘Magic Glasses’ Bar is an opulent, comfortable bar where local businesspeople and visitors alike regularly meet over a coffee or drink, while the ‘Pie Dish’ Bistro, set in the bright atrium and the inner rooms of the Georgian houses, serves the finest in contemporary Irish and international cuisine. Located on the first floor, the Georgian library has a charming old-world feel, where you can sit in 19th century surrounds, featuring open fireplaces and chandeliers – an ideal way to unwind over a pre-dinner drink. A gymnasium is available for the exclusive use of residents, while the business centre is open 24 hours, with a secretarial service available for the business guest. Flexibility and choice is a core value of O’Callaghan Hotels. Guests can use the facilities and services of any Dublin O’Callaghan Hotel and have the account conveniently billed back to your room. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- o Callaghan Stephens Green Hotel
- o Callaghan Stephens Green Dublin
- St Stephens Green Hotel
- Stephens Green Hotel Dublin