Tara Towers Hotel (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland Tel: 0500 30303
Newest Review: ... it! On arrival, the building does look a little worn and in need of some TLC. Though, when we entered the lobby and waiting arena was very nicely decorated and modern. The staff were helpful and we had checked in within minutes. When we booked the room, we booked a double non-smoking. Though when we got to the room it was a family, smoking room. Not a big issue but a double usually has a ... more
Customer Tara Towers Hotel (Dublin) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/07/09, updated on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I stayed at the Tara Towers hotel last weekend. It is situated in Dublin, Ireland, in the Ballsbridge area. I was attending a concert in the RDS arena , so this was the closest hotel available. It stated on the hotel site that it was 15 mins from the RDS, it was more like a 30 minute walk. The hotel itself is fairly easy to find, though as there was no exact number on the address for the hotel we had to just keep driving down the Merrion road to find it! On arrival, the building does look a little worn and in need of some TLC. Though, when we entered the lobby and waiting arena was very nicely decorated and modern. The staff were helpful and we had ... Read the complete review
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