the stay was comfortable but it was to far from city center ,airport ect. There was no Hostel shuttle and local bus service was only every hour. So if you was to use texi have some extra Euro it can cost you .
Reception: always a warm greeting, combined with efficiency and very helpful advice. Foyer and public areas: plenty of stylish clean comfortable annexes in which to relax. Rooms: comfortable, spacious, and quite well-equipped. Meals: excellent food, whether pub-grub in the bar or cuisine in the restaurant. Breakfast, especially the full-Irish, was a real treat. There's also a steakhouse next door. Parking: acres of space. Transport: only twenty minutes from Dublin centre by tram (ie the Luas light-railway). The tram station, called Red Cow, is only 10 minutes away on foot, and still only 20 minutes away for my elderly knee-replaced parents-in-law. A flexi-ticket for the tram is very cheap, enabling unlimited tram journeys for the day into, around, and back from, Dublin. These tickets are vended by machines on the platform. The machine's menu is simplicity itself to follow, and payment is accepted using credit and debit cards.
Our room was clean and staff were all friendly and helpful. The drawback was the distance to Dublin centre although I think this was reflected in the price. Tram stop is about a ten minute walk away and it was difficult to find the hotel at first. Plenty of facilities nearby (a shopping centre, bar, fast food outlets etc).
Great stay at the hotel with a comfy room very clean and friendly helpful staff. Only negative is that the bar was quite noisy until 1am, but it didnt bother us too much as we had only got back from an evening out ourselves. Very good prices, lovely pool and spacious room.
Fantastic value for money just a twenty minute car ride from the airport or town. For car drivers it really is good. It is a vast complex, you definitely won't suffer from claustrophobia in city west!
Large rooms, very clean and late at night when the kitchens are closed it is no bother to get a delivery from a local food provider.
Comfortable, clean hotel. Unfortunately a minimum 40 minute bus journey from centre of Dublin. Described as being west city, so not the distance we were expecting. Hotel itself lovely. Near Liffey valley shopping centre, cinema there also. If you had a car with you it would be perfect.
Drink in the scenery of this storied section of Dublin, home to the Old Jameson Distillery and the Guinness St. James Gate Brewery. Visitors can learn the finer points of whiskey making, or sip a sunset pint in the rooftop bar after a tour of the Guinness Storehouse museum. Feel as small as a Lilliputian before St. Patrick's Cathedral, Ireland's grandest hall and tomb of writer Jonathan Swift.