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Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin

not a great hotel

The best thing about this hotel is the location. Staff had no information at all about the city. Our room was tiny and had major problems including heavy mold smell Fromm split. Even worse was the hotel turned off the hot water before we could shower. Nothing came out of spigot except brown water with brown particles. They refused to repair until that evening.

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8 months ago

5

Kingfisher Townhouse

Great location, good price

Nice small hotel, close to all attractions. We arrived before 11 a.m., but our room was already ready and offered to us. We didn't reserve parking, so there were no parking sports at the hotel, but there is a garage nearby for 15 euros for 24 hours.

A verified traveler

9 months ago

4

The Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square

Nice hotel with nice rooms.

I stayed here for one night, and thought the staff were very helpful and the room was quite nice (even has a tea set for making some tea or instant coffee). It's a nice neighborhood, close to many restaurants (a few minutes walk away) and a real bargain. I'd definitely stay here again.

A verified traveler

2 years ago

2

Hotel St. George by The Key Collection

I HONESTLY CAN'T RATE THIS HOTEL

I can't honestly rate this hotel because they stuck me in someone's flat a a 5 minute walk up the street and 3 flights up. Not really what I was expecting for a 100€ a night. The staff on sight was pleasant but young and not well trained. The young bloke who walked me up the street didn't even have the sense to offer to carry an old man's bag, and didn't have a clue as to operating anything in the flat. So if you actually stay in this hotel, I'd be interested in your comments. But I'm not likely to be back.

A verified traveler

2 years ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to City Centre North

Where to shop in North Dublin

Kill some time in North Dublin by doing some serious window shopping or picking up a whole new look. Check out the clothing, accessories and gifts at Centra and Brown Thomas Dublin.

Check out the newest smartphones, gadgets and tech accessories at Smyths Toys Superstores and Three Store - Grafton St.


Arts and culture in North Dublin

Some of North Dublin's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Glasnevin Museum, and Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum or Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane while enjoying a quiet afternoon.

Entertainment and education abound at Hodges Figgis and National Library of Ireland, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.

Trinity College Dublin draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.


Get outdoors in North Dublin

Not all of North Dublin's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at National Botanic Gardens. Visiting Powerscourt Waterfall, too, is a good way to get outside.

Spot your favorite animals or discover new ones at Dublin Zoo.


Nightlife in North Dublin

Spice up your trip with a foray into North Dublin's nightlife scene. The staff at John Kavanagh, Big Tree and The Temple Bar open their doors to patrons looking for a cold brew or mixed drink. Ample sports coverage or dancing may not be hard to find, either.


Things to do in North Dublin

Looking for fun in North Dublin? The silver screens at Savoy Cinema and Cineworld Cinemas offer up afternoons of classic entertainment and more.

Sports enthusiasts can head to Croke Park to enjoy some athletic feats with their refreshments.

Jeanne Brophy Facialist offers a chance to pamper yourself and relax during your travels.


Things to do in North Dublin

Looking for fun in North Dublin? The silver screens at Savoy Cinema and Cineworld Cinemas offer up afternoons of classic entertainment and more.

Sports enthusiasts can head to Croke Park to enjoy some athletic feats with their refreshments.

Jeanne Brophy Facialist offers a chance to pamper yourself and relax during your travels.


Getting to North Dublin

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Dublin Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Best times to visit North Dublin

What do January, December and February have in common? They offer some great travel deals in North Dublin. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 47% in January, 39% in December, and 31% in February, on average.


Where to eat in North Dublin

Traveling burns a lot of calories, and North Dublin offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at The Cheese Pantry, Bombay Pantry Fairview, Independent Pizza Co and Porterhouse North are good bets for refueling.


Getting to North Dublin

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Dublin Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.