We stayed at the Russel Court hotel July 4, 2012. The hotel was a nice looking, older Dublin hotel.The price was right, and we had read the reviews and knew that it was attached to a beer garden. We thought, a hotel attached to a pub... great! But, the beer garden is actually a "night club" that is Extremely Loud and the music goes until 4am!! They do give ear plugs in the rooms.... to no avail. My husband was very grouchy the next day since he didn't get enough sleep. For the price, I could handle it since I am a pretty good sleeper... I had to put the TV up really loud to drown out some of the music but could not drown out the thumping. So, if you are an extremely young crowd/couple, and you are planning on staying out until about 4am anyway, then you will be fine.
The room was well equipped and nicely decorated. The hotel itself was also nicely decorated with antique furniture. The breakfast in the morning was included and wonderful with tableside service. There is no parking at the hotel but there is parking nearby on the street for a fee. You will need to feed the meter before you go to bed or wake up early to feed the meter before the reader gets to your car. Across the street was Iveagh Gardens- which we just accidentally stumbled across. Iveagh Gardens are among the finest and least known of Dublin's parks and gardens. They were designed by Ninian Niven, in 1865, as an intermediate design between the 'French Formal' and the 'English Landscape' styles. They demonstrated the artistic skills of the landscape Architect of the mid 19th century and display a unique collection of landscape features which include Rustic Grotto's and Cascade, sunken formal panels of lawn with Fountain Centre Pieces, Wilderness, Woodlands, Maze, Rosarium, American Garden, Archery Grounds, Rockeries and Rooteries. It was definitely worth a walk through.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Russell Court Hotel is just off St. Stephen's Green in Dublin city centre. The Georgian-style hotel has great nightlife and individually designed rooms with period furnishings and antiques.The hotel features some of the Dublin’s hottest nightlife. Dicey's Garden is extremely popular with visitors and locals. Russell Court Hotel hosts Krystle and Bojangles nightclubs. Krystle was winner of Best Nightclub in Ireland in 2007,2008 ,2009 ,and 2010.The Russell Court is a hotel for those who like to party with its bars and nightclubs open 7 days a week. Because of this all rooms can be affected by noise. We do not recommend the Russell Court Hotel for those looking "for peace and quiet ". ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Russell Court Hotel Dublin
- Hotel Russell Court