Hotels in Dublin in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... furnished guest room in a leafy, lace curtained Victorian commuter town - conservative, respectable, clean, and familiar down to the radiator under the window sill and the British terrestrial channels I spend twenty seconds idly flicking through on the way to RTE, MTV, the Discovery Channel, Sky One and Sky News. The view from the window starts with streetlights on the Liffey as it flows up to the concrete edge of Grattan Bridge, the pale green dome of Penney's Department Store away to the north in the middle of Henry Street and a section of the city... more
Customer Hotels in Dublin in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/07/03, updated on 02/07/03 (Very useful, 577 readings)
On the busy periphery of Temple Bar, visibly equidistant to the south bank of the Liffey and the classical façade of City Hall, the two star Bridge House fills the upper floors of two neighbouring Georgian townhouses on the western side of the bar and restaurant lined Parliament Street. ARRIVAL A red door splits two entrances to the Bella Roma restaurant, rising to a small triangular sign and a larger blue and yellow board above bearing the name of the hotel. I press the buzzer, wait, skirt the 'Fresh Paint' sign and walk up a single flight of stairs to the tiny reception area. A small desk crammed into a corner guards the entrance to a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/00, updated on 08/07/00 (Useful, 857 readings)
I've stayed at this hotel many times on my visits to Ireland, it is very handy for all points of travel around Ireland as it is situated on the N7 approx. 1 mile from the M50. The hotel lives up to the Bewleys trademark of a quality product. The rooms are always clean and the staff are always very helpful. The bar area is very nice with service to your table. You have to book for the restaurant but I tend to drive into Dublin city as it is only a few miles away. The only oddity regarding the hotel is the instance of charging for every single item at breakfast - handy if you eat light but I find it a little perturbing first thing in the morning. This is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/00, updated on 11/06/00 (Useful, 486 readings)
Going to Dublin in summer? - stay at Trinity College. Trinity college is a haven of peace in the midst of frantic Dublin. Its within staggering distance of the Temple Bar district and other major attractions and walking distance from bus and train stations. The Accommodation was a bit sparse - being empty student rooms it lacked homely touches but that was the only problem. Rooms cost from £34 pp. and include continental breakfast. Breakfast is cafeteria style with a good choice and plenty of it. For details see www.tcd.ie/ under accommodation. Each block of rooms has its own sitting room/kitchen where you can make tea etc and snacks but you have to ... Read the complete review
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