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Tired and showing its age. Reception is very slow. The rooms are poor, with a King Size bed being two singles pushed together with two single duvets, and noisy in the morning. Breakfast quality terrible - given Ireland's quality of produce, the sausage was one...More
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Response from RadissonBluStHelens, Guest Relations Manager at Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, DublinResponded yesterday
A718KQ, Thank you so much for choosing to stay with us at the Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel and also for taking the time to share your review. I am deeply disappointed that you did not enjoy your time with us. We appreciate your loyalty...More
I attended a group event in the Orangerie Bar to celebrate a family occassion. We had our own area reserved for circa 20 people and we couldn't have picked a nicer venue. From the food to the service to the scenery, you couldn't ask for...More
I recently visited the Radisson St. Helen's for afternoon tea. The setting was lovely, beautiful views out over the garden, comfortable armchairs and sofas and the food was delicious and plentiful. I would definitely recommend the Radisson for afternoon tea, I can't wait for another...More
What a lovely afternoon tea I enjoyed there over the weekend. Staff couldn't have been more accommodating. Really nice atmosphere there to be able to truly enjoy it. Look forward to visiting again. I have stated previously in the hotel and it was a really...More
I attended the Radisson St. Helen's for afternoon tea last week and I have to say the staff were exceptional. There was a large group and they went above and beyond any requests we had. Will definitely return soon.
Yes this hotel is not too far from Blackrock Clinic. Traffic being good (depending on the time of day of course) you can be at then clinic from the hotel in 5-10 minutes. Booterstown Avenue is the best route to take from the... More
Yes this hotel is not too far from Blackrock Clinic. Traffic being good (depending on the time of day of course) you can be at then clinic from the hotel in 5-10 minutes. Booterstown Avenue is the best route to take from the hotel - left out of the hotel onto the duel carriageway, and left at the lights. At the end of Booterstown Avenue go right at the lights onto Rock Road. The clinic is on the right a short distance beyond the entrance to Blackrock College, also on the right. Good luck. Philip