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Fitzwilliam Townhouse
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All reviewsgreat locationtop floorstreet noiseminute walk to grafton streetflights of stairsst stephenswould stay here againfree wifirestaurants and pubsquiet at nighttea and coffee making facilitiescity centretrinity collegethree nightsspent nightsbed was very comfortablelarge room
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed August 16, 2013

The hotel is very old style, the room smelt of damp in need of modernisation. No breakfast available Monday to Thursday. The staff were very helpful andfriendly but they were the only plus from my stay.

Stayed: August 2013, traveled on business
Thank Michael D
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fitzwilliam_dublin, Front Office Manager at Fitzwilliam Townhouse, responded to this reviewResponded October 7, 2013

Dear Michael D, Thank you for taking the time to write your review and comments and we are grieved that you did not find your room satisfactory. We would like you to contact us to discuss as we only recently installed new flat screen TV's, large desks and headboards and we are very happy with how they look. We hope to hear from you soon. Regards from the Front Desk Manager.

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Reviewed August 12, 2013

I and 9 friends stayed in this hotel for a weekend on a Hen Party. The location was great as it was central enough for us to get everywhere in the evening and not have expensive taxi rides, but out of the way enough that we could get a good nights sleep! The rooms were not huge but they were very comfortable. Bed was clean and comfy, shower was good and lovely and hot. Staff were really friendly and everything ran smoothly from check in to check out. The light bulb in our room had blown and they fixed it immediately without any fuss.
Breakfast can be taken downstairs in their sister restaurant if you so wish which is beautifully decked out as a wine cellar. Again staff were very friendly and the food was great, although a little slow to arrive as cooked to order. The porridge was devine as was the homemade bread and jams!
Would def reccomend this hotel if you're staying in Dublin and need somewhere central but not overpriced.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 1, 2013

If you need to stay at a five star, this is not your place... try the Shelbourne (straight up the street). However, if you are looking for a nice little place in a historic Georgian town home in easy walking distance from St. Stephen's Green, Grafton St., Trinity College, parks, restaurants, pubs (including the famous O'Donoghue's, which is on Baggot, as well), ATMs, a post office, public transport, and parking this is really good choice. The neighborhood is about three steps outside the absolute center of the city (so it's quieter in the evening), but quick to get to the best of Dublin. I would even describe the neighborhood as a slightly snooty, business zone. A bunch of embassies are on the same block, which gives you an idea of where you are. Totally safe location day and night, weekday and weekend. Anyone traveling in Europe knows that you don't get much in the way of Hampton Inn and the like quality in the middle of cities within the 100 Euro range (we had three people, so that was generally our top price, or less with good negotiating). This place has no elevator, so, if you can't walk up stairs (we stayed on both the second and third floors) ask for a bottom floor room or stay somewhere else. The rooms are completely adequate, supplied with the typical Irish plug-in tea pot thingy and instant coffee and tea. Rooms vary, some with slightly larger some smaller formats, some with bathtub/shower combos some with shower only. While smallish, the high ceilings give the feeling of a bigger layout. Rooms are clean (and cleaned and ready early!), staff could not have been more helpful, friendly, kind, and willing to take time with us. Vimen was particularly good at his job, but all of the others were wonderful also. The rates do not include breakfast, but we were directed down to "Voila," one block away on Baggot, where the breakfast was delicious. I had booked the airport Hilton for our last night to make our lives convenient, but I canceled it after our first round at Fitzwilliam and booked the last night with them. No question we would stay there again, and with three adults traveling, Ireland can be tough to locate triple rooms in, but the Fitzwilliam has them. It's on the corner of Fitzwilliam and Baggot, about ten minutes walk from the "Blue Bus" stop to and from the airport (their email confirmation gives directions from the airport, which bus to take, which stop to get off at, etc.). To get an idea of the historic past of this zone and guesthouse, take the tour of the Georgian home-turned-museum, 29 Fitzwilliam, one block away on the corner of Fitzwilliam and Merrion Square. It gives an insight into the Fitzwilliam Townhouse itself.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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fitzwilliam_dublin, General Manager at Fitzwilliam Townhouse, responded to this reviewResponded July 23, 2013

Dear Hikemeister, Thank you for your very kind and informative review which will be of great assistance to future bookers. It was lovely to have you stay at Fitzwilliam and we do hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you back to Dublin soon again.

Kind regards, Lorraine

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Reviewed June 27, 2013

Only good thing is the location which is just a short walk from Grafton St.,etc. and staff were helpful. We booked 2 rooms and both were small and dusty though bed-sheets and towels were changed everyday.. Furniture was old and floorboards creaked, totally at odds with outside appearance of the building. it was utterly depressing. If it wasn't for the cancellation fee we would have look for another place.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank FranMal
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fitzwilliam_dublin, General Manager at Fitzwilliam Townhouse, responded to this reviewResponded July 24, 2013

Dear FranMal,

Thank you for taking the time in writing about your stay on Trip Advisor. I am disappointed to see there were some aspects of your stay you were unhappy with for this I do apologise.

We have discussed your comments and we have not found any housekeeping issues in our guest rooms, however, we have discovered the noisy floor board and we are currently working to fix this problem.

Thank you again for taking the time to bring these issues to our attention.

Kind regards,
Lorraine

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