North Star Hotel (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Address: Amiens Street Dublin 1
Newest Review: ... we tried to check in ! We were informed we had only paid for one night and still needed to pay for the second. The receptionist was a bit abrupt and we were in a hurry so I told them I'd sort it out with them later (I knew we'd paid for both nights) as we had an appointment. This was the only encounter with a member of staff I found to be unsatisfactory -every other encounter was great and ... more
Customer North Star Hotel (Dublin) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/03/13 (Very useful, 60 readings)
After a couple of nights visiting Belfast our trip was finishing with a visit to Dublin. I wanted something central, non rowdy and reasonably priced.........a combination that can be a tall order for Dublin. Our plans included sightseeing and tickets for a show at Dublin's O2 arena . My eye was caught by the North Star hotel - Right opposite Conneley Station - so ideal as we were travelling down by train from Belfast and they even ran shuttle buses to the O2 . Prices looked fine - not too expensive - until I found a special offer with hotels.com - I have no idea if it was a mistake or not but we grabbed the 35 euro rate for our standard ... Read the complete review
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