Good hotel in most aspects. Just be aware some rooms are located in a block not connected to the main hotel. The room we had in this block was massive and great but if its cold and raining then its a problem as there is no covered walkway. The same applies to the leisure club and fitness room. The day we stayed there was torrential rain which is why I mention it. The staff were very pleasant, the hotel and bedroom blocks had lovely pictures and antiques and the bedroom furniture looked expensive. Well worth a visit
This hotel was wonderful. Don't hesitate to book. It is a little far away but the walk to the tram station isn't bad in good weather. If it's raining ask the hotel to call you a cab for 2.50 euros a person. You shouldn't pay more than 10 euros to get to the tram station. Happy traveling!
We had a 4 night stay last week. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful. We had a broken TV remote, which was replaced immediately and a request for extra teabags and milk was no problem.The food in the restaurant was good and reasonably priced. The Glashaus is situated right beside the Luas (tram stop) at Tallagh and there is a great shopping centre across the road. While not in central Dublin the Luas journey (45 mins) to the centre of the city was fine. I would recommend the Glashaus and would return there in the future.
As a place to stay this hotel is a good budget price hotel however be aware that it is quite a bit out of the city centre. 2.60 euros by bus (number 79A) about 5 euros by train from Heuston station of 20 euros by taxi.
The accommodation is as I say out in the suberbs but is extremly comfortable, clean and friendly. We only ate breakfast here which was buffet style but had everything you needed to fuel up for a the day sightseeing. Used a lot by coach parties it seems which is understandable as they have transport.
Not an ideal location for Dublin city centre with the only criticism being location everything else was great for a base. Very Premier Inn style but a level up.
With the proximity of the train staion a coupe of hundred yards away one thing we considered would be this a good location as a base if you wanted to explore a bit more of Ireland as trains to Gallway etc all pass through. Something we are considering for our next Dublin trip.
I enjoyed my stay at the green isle hotel. Most of the staff were helpful and friendly. I found the room to my satisfaction, clean, accommodating, and comfortable. I found the hotel a little far from the city centre, however, this would not put me off booking again.
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.