Clontarf Castle Hotel (Dublin) Reviews
Newest Review: ... On the last night we upgraded to a Junior Suite with a four poster which equally as nice but maybe not worth the extra 110 euros that we spent. The reception area and all of the restuarants and bars retained all the original features of the castle whilst the recent addition of a glass entrance to the hotel added a little modern luxury. We only ate at the Knights Bar and although maybe a little expensive, the food was very tasty. The hotel does have other large venue rooms which hosted weddings on the Friday and Saturday. On the Saturday we heard a little noise from the disco but it was nothing to bother about. I suppose it may depend on w... more
Customer Clontarf Castle Hotel (Dublin) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 7 readings)
My wife and I have just returned from the Clontarf castle and all I can say is superb!! The reception staff and concierge were all very polite and helpful. The room was spotlessly clean and very well appointed. The room had a huge bed with a backlit panel which gave a soft red glow to the room. The blackout Velux remote controlled blinds were a nice touch too! Although the room was possibly smaller than some of the other rooms in the hotel (due to it having a sloping roof at one side) it was absolutely perfect. On the last night we upgraded to a Junior Suite with a four poster which equally as nice but maybe not worth the extra 110 euros that we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/01, updated on 26/05/01 (Useful, 126 readings)
Our leader is based in Dublin, so it came as no surprise when a meeting was held at the Clontarf Castle. Now, you have to understand that I have not been sucked into this Irish thing. The thought of a weekend in Dublin just makes me shudder, and you can stick your pubs (anywhere for that matter). Clonarf Castle is a first rate hotel in the middle of a housing estate in Dublin, just by the bay. There isn't really anything around it to be of great note, and a walk from the hotel has nothing much to see at all. However, you might not want to wander from the hotel. Its great. It's like your rich uncle's home, except you haven't got a rich uncle, ... Read the complete review
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