Clarence (Dublin) Reviews
Description:6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2.Tel:+353-(0)1-670-9000
Newest Review: ... stay here for 2 nights at a cost of 250 euros per night for a 'king size room with balcony' and were extremely excited about seeing and staying in the hotel. What a disappointment. Despite spending a fortune on the renovation, all that was achieved was a décor more akin to staying at Hogwarts. The communal areas of the hotel are very small and you almost feel like you're staying in a youth ... more
Customer Clarence (Dublin) Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/07/09 (Useful, 20 readings)
The Clarence in Dublin relies on two important factors to generate business, firstly it was renovated in the 90s by a certain Bono from U2 and secondly it is fairly central and overlooks the River Liffey. We took the bus from Dublin airport to O'Connell Street and from their it was a 15 minute walk (with baggage) to the hotel. Myself and my partner has booked to stay here for 2 nights at a cost of 250 euros per night for a 'king size room with balcony' and were extremely excited about seeing and staying in the hotel. What a disappointment. Despite spending a fortune on the renovation, all that was achieved was a décor more akin to staying at Hogwarts. The communal areas . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/03, updated on 07/04/03 (Very useful, 167 readings)
If your a fan of U2 or want to meet celebrities then this is definitely the place to stay! Situated on one side of the river and backs onto the trendy temple bar area, this has it's advantages and disadvantages. It can be a little noisy and although trendy temple bar is very popular with tourists and you may meet more US and English people than Irish. In my opinion the best bars and pubs for Irish culture are outside the temple bar area a short walk or taxi away. The benefits of the location are obviously the view of the river - which is beautiful and that it's near to everything you need. The staff are very friendly and happy to assist you, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/00, updated on 16/01/01 (Very useful, 64 readings)
~ ~ This was a very old Dublin hotel which had become a bit run down and frayed around the edges over the years, but that has now all changed. ~ ~ The reason. Very simply, it was bought by Bono and the Edge from the band U2 a couple of years back, stripped from top to bottom, gutted, a total fortune spent on it, and turned into one of the Premier hotels in the capital. ~ ~ Everything about this hotel is class. From the staff, to the bars, the restaurant, and of course the guest accommodation. It has taken over from “The Shelbourne” as the stopping over spot for the stars and the rich and famous when visiting Dublin. And visit they do. ... Read the complete review
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