Have been aware of Dunraven for many years, but never stayed, familiar with Adare Manor, and Adare village. Hotel was pretty ok just. A real feeling of meaness throughout, breakfast in bed one slice of bacon, one sausages, mushrooms, and black and white pudding, toast and basket of 'in house bakery' but not enough butter for one slice of toast. Small average size pot of tea, so we had to ring down and wait for butter, boiling water and some more juice??? Don't know where you would find glasses as small for the orange juice, they were a little more than egg cups. Asked for cranberry juice and got grapefruit instead.. the junior suite just looked as though half the furniture had been taken out. No net/blinds on the window so you looked right into the gym at people literally looking straight in through the window. No bathrobes/slippers, toileteries really basic. Quite difficult to get a reply on the phone from reception and if there was the slightest query the answer was I will get the manager to contact you... the case in the morning I replied that I didn't really want to speak to him but would prefer just having the butter sent to the room?? A longish wait at reception also, invariably they were in the back, on the phone or dealing with other queries. Just a bit disappointing, and I would have expected an awful lot more of a four star hotel.
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- Dunraven Arms Adare
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