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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by evil_twin Good hotel at a good price.
All all-around good hotel for short stays. My only complaints would be that the mattress was too firm for me personally, and that there were no outlets by the bed in my room. As I use my phone for an alarm clock and keeping in touch, being able to recharge it next to the bed would have been preferred. I have no idea if this is the same in all rooms! However, the room was spacious, and plenty of amenities for the bathroom and tea/coffee.
Good curtains, and I could not hear any other guests at all!
Breakfast only lacked bacon, which would have been a good addition to the hot food. It was limited to scrambled eggs, sausages, and beans.
August 13, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by xibes Not the expected refreshing night
Don´t know if these kinds of heavy noises on the corridors are standard at Holiday Inn hotels but during my stay it was a holy nightmare. It seemed that some other younger guests had started the wold championship of room-door-slamming.
One of the most inconvenient nights for a high-priced room I ever had.
The take-away breakfast is also a catastrophe. A muffin, a banana and a yoghurt. But no plastic spoon or even a cold or hot drink. Not the way to start a new day at all.
I will never book this hotel again.
August 13, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DC67 Dissapointed with stay in Dublin...
Hotel was clean, but crowded on this holiday. Too many teens running up and down the halls. Breakfast was O.K. at best, food was not that fresh. There is also a 6 euro parking fee. Not the best value for the money in the summer.
August 12, 2014