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All reviews rosses point a business class room relaxation room bar food lovely hotel leisure centre wedding reception thermal suite steam room main course great selection both mornings top class ben bulben last weekend following morning enjoyable stay
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Reviewed 27 October 2013

Great check in service, wedding same time as we were checking in all went smoothly, girl at reception Marion French girl lovely. We went to gym and swimming pool sauna and Jacuzzi. It was all excellent. We had dinner in the bar. Lovely food great selection to be had. Breakfast was ok, we had cereal and then had went up for some hot breakfast had rasher and fried egg rubbery they were there well more than 5/10 mins, Rasher was salty, mushrooms were lovely. When server came to take plates both me and my friend had left our rashers and eggs, He asked was all ok, I said that the eggs were rubbery he said can he get me fresh ones. I said no thanks. I think when seating the customer offer them if they would like fresh poached or sunny side eggs and not have them complain about them, that was only criticism. I will still come back here, I will of course be looking out for fresh eggs. Thanks.

Room tip: Lovely stay, just ask for your eggs to be cooked fresh. Great hotel. Facilities exceptional also, use the gym swimming pool etc. Free internet.
Date of stay: October 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank jlyn1974
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Reviewed 26 October 2013 via mobile

We Stayed here for 2 nights in mid September. We were very disappointed in the bedrooms in this hotel. They were so basic. The food in the restaurant was only o.k. Having been in the Radisson, St Helen's, Booterstown there was no comparison and as dark as I know they are both rated as 4 star hotels.

There was a wedding the day we arrived but it should not take from the guests who are staying there.

Don't think I would stay here a again.

Date of stay: September 2013
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Thank tinneas
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Reviewed 24 October 2013

4 of us wandering through Ireland.. Stopped at a B & B across the street and no one home - so went across street to the Radisson Blu. Was a very good choice. Upscale Ireland hotel.
Part of a chain we had seen in other places however had not tried. Walkin rate for 2 rooms with king beds, dinner in the pub, and full breakfast was 105 per room - actually quite good
Nice bath, great shower good bed -
pleasant staff though a bit sparse for service at breakfasta
10/23/2013

Date of stay: October 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank midastew
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Reviewed 22 October 2013

A little ways out of town and not really near anything, the hotel was very nice with the exception of a few things. The rooms and beds were nice with in-room safe, refrigerator and air-con. Shower over the bath which is quite standard in the U.K. However the T.V was old and the remote control
was faulty. The room was also quite warm.
A thing we found in the U.K. is check the panel heaters to see if they are on as they tend to stay on all the time and not turned off when rooms are cleaned during the day.
The hotel also has a leisure centre which is open to the public. We used the jacuzzi but if you want to swim in the pool, you have to purchase a swimming cap for 3 Euros to swim in - no cap, no swim.

Date of stay: September 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank greatscott24
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Reviewed 17 October 2013

The hotel is in a great location with amazing views of Sligo Bay, Knocknarea and Benbulben towards Yeats Country. It is ideally located near Sligo on one of the peninsulas. Car transport is best for getting around.

The staff are very friendly and helpful. The upgraded room was spacious but the electronic content ie the TV was out dated and the remote did not work. The batteries were replaced quickly. The wifi connection was very weak. The breakfast area was popular and some parents clearly forgot about their location when their children ran free and wild.

Great location and fit for purpose.

Date of stay: August 2013
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Thank Alan M
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