We loved this hotel so much we've booked it for the night before our flight back to Australia at the end of October. We spent 4 nights here before travelling to Cork, and absolutely loved the hotel.
Connor the concierge is a fountain of knowledge as our the reception staff...always helpful with maps and directions. Sure, breakfast can be a bit on the slow side on some days, but for us that wasn't a big deal. Buy a one day deal on the hop on/off bus, because once you've found your bearings, the fantastic location of the hotel will enable you to walk everywhere very easily. We were travelling in a small family group including an 8 year of child, and 68 year old grandmother, and found the walking around Dublin very easy going.
When we arrived, we'd been travelling for 36 hours and so decided on a quick dinner in the bar area. Well Noel couldn't have been more accommodating. Within minutes a table was set, we had drinks in front of us and dinner was ordered...all in a very friendly and efficient fashion...much appreciated by weary travellers.
The second best thing about this hotel for me was the Gluten Free bread/toast...it is simply the best gluten free bread I have ever tasted. The hotel staff even directed us to the bakery where we could buy it.
On short,you won't go wrong with this hotel.
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