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Roganstown Hotel & Country Club - Swords Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Roganstown Hotel & Country Club

Naul Road, Swords - Map
Very nice stay. Friendly staff and enjoyed our stay.
A Traveller
The Marker Hotel - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Marker Hotel

Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin - Map
"Quick Dublin trip"
We stayed at the Marker for 3 nights - was very nice - clean, attentive staff, nice accomodations, VERY quiet in the rooms and halls.
A Traveller
Located on the vibrant Grand Canal Square overlooking the waterfront and next to Dublins newest Theatre, the Bord Gais Energy …More
The Camden Court Hotel - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Camden Court Hotel

Camden Street, Dublin - Map
"Lovely Hotel, very clean and to a high standard."
Only negative point being the finish of the pool area. Tiling was dirty and very untidy grouting. Steam Room had an odor.
A Traveller
InterContinental Dublin - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

InterContinental Dublin

Simmonscourt Road, Dublin - Map
"Great location and building - where are the staff?"
Have not stayed here since the first day Intercontinental took over, it is a great place to stay but a few problems - first one - Expedia did not inform the hotel we wanted beds for the kids so up to the room and had to go back down to reception again to have beds made up ........ was done fairly promptly ........second one - last time parking was free - this time 11 euro per night - would prefer this was included ....... no room in car park second night so had to valet park - they wanted to charge extra but I had no alternative - it was quickly resolved but they did still charge - so after paying nearly 800 euro for one room for 2 nights including breakfast they wanted another 22 euro - third problem and really the biggest problem - there was close to mutiny on Sunday morning around 10:30 - we had to wait 20 mins to be seated for breakfast but while I was there they ran out of plates for cereal, plates for breakfast, all bread, bacon. sausages and many more less important items - they were replaced but at no time during our breakfast did they have everything listed above - some people took it worse than us - tables were not cleared, I just cleared the plates myself, the staff are pleasant and really helpful - there just are not enough of them! - I will come back - it is so handy when Ulster play Leinster next door but I think they will struggle to keep the 5 stars and at the moment they probably are just not deserving of them - I am chilled and it did not ruin my stay ....
Traveller from Northern Ireland
Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel - Dun Laoghaire Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel

29 Dalkey Ave, Dun Laoghaire - Map
"Very comfortable and friendly"
Fitzpatrick's is a lovely, relaxed, family friendly hotel. It's a little shabby in places but clean. The TV's are very old and I couldn't figure out how to use them. I only wanted to check the news so no real loss.
Traveller from England
The Regency Hotel, Dublin City - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Regency Hotel, Dublin City

Swords Road, Dublin - Map
"Nicely positioned between the airport and Dublin"
Very nice place - comfortable beds and hot water in the shower. Separate breakfast and lunch/dinner restaurant. Close to the airport for morning flights out. However, check-in isnt until 2pm, but I was able to access my room around 1100am.
Traveller from Damascus MD
The Royal Marine Hotel - Dun Laoghaire Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Royal Marine Hotel

Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire - Map
"can't wait to return....."
I've just returned from a 3 day break with my mam and we had the most amazing time. The hotel is in a perfect location and the staff were an absolute pleasure to be around. Everything you need is on your doorstep, we flew from Newcatsle and an aircoach was on hand to take us to our hotel (about a 40minute journey and cost 10euros each). We did the same for our return as they operate 24hours a day every day of the week. The "dart" (the local train/metro/tube) is a five minute walk away with lovely little shops on route and cost us 6euros to take us into Dublin city centre. Definitely somewhere we would recommend it could not be faulted and we look for add to our next visit :)
Traveller from Newcastle Upon Tyne
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane formerly 'Maldron Cardiff Lane' - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane formerly 'Maldron Cardiff Lane'

Cardiff Lane, Dublin - Map
"Handy for the 3 Arena, lovely hotel. Hard beds tho"
The hotel is really easy to find - I took the 747 bus from the airport, which passes along the North Wall, right beside the Samuel Beckett bridge. Get off at that stop - the hotel is just across the bridge, and you can see the name (now Clayton) from the other side of the river. The lobby was gorgeously decorated, staff friendly to a fault, and they had a meal deal - except I wasn't availing of meals. I asked for, and got, a quiet room, around the back. The room itself was also really lovely, with comfy chairs, a double and single bed, a tea maker and ironing board. I did find the toilet flush rather weak on the first evening, but whyever that was, it wasn't a problem thereafter. The main sticking point was the bed, which had a mattress I found horrendously hard! I ended up having to fold the double bedspread so it was more like a sleeping bag, so I had half over me and half under - and it still wasn't soft enough! I had to put a pillow under my back as well. That worked pretty well.. They called me when a taxi arrived - which I hadn't ordered - and the next morning, an alarm sounded on my room phone, frightening me half to death! I couldn't see an alarm setting, and I think this was a previous guest's requested wakeup call. Perhaps they should get their records straight..!
Traveller from London
The Merrion - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Merrion

Upper Merrion Street, Dublin - Map
"Highly Recommend"
Tremendous service, great location. The staff go out of their way to make you comfortable. Service is what you would expect from a five star hotel, but the staff goes beyond even that benchmark.
A Traveller
Talbot Hotel Stillorgan - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Talbot Hotel Stillorgan

Stillorgan Road, Dublin - Map
"Nice hotel with modern amenities "
Hotel was a good mix of modern and traditional, with very friendly staff available at all hours. The hotel itself is situated just outside of the city, but there are a number of buses that regularly go into town from just across the road. Taxi back from town was under €20 as well.
Traveller from S

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