The hotel is situated at the top of O'Connell St which enables to reach all the buses, tours, bars and river etc quite easily.
The hotel itself is quite adequate, we booked a deluxe room which was marginally better than a standard room. There was a party of seventeen of us so we had access to a few alternative types of rooms and these differed quite a lot , the lower floors being a bit better. The lift does not stop at floor 3 or 6, and also floor 6 is the smoking rooms.
Our room had a large bed with duvet, a good size bathroom and an alcove which held the wardrobe and dresser, fridge and tea making facilities.
The breakfast was okay, it got a bit busy and queues formed at times, but this wasn't too big an issue, as the staff tried to help as much as possible. In fact the staff were fantastic, all of them, especially Zoe and Carl who managed to acquire a wheelchair for our use free of charge.
I would stop here again if ever back in Dublin, as the price and everything was okay.More
- Free Wifi