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Camden Court Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

One hotel worker, Dorian stood out and was very very helpful. No one else was helpful at all couldn't answer questions about someone thing as simple as tipping. Although the hotel was pretty and in beautiful condition , the rooms desperately needed air conditioning and my daughters found a pair of men's boxers and a women's thong on the floor of their bathroom which was disgusting and obviously not cleaned properly

The Camden court Hotel has great friendly staff and is in a great location, less than 10 minute walk from Grafton street, the streets around have lots of cool new restaurants and great bars also. My favourite part of Dublin

We stayed here two nights. The room was clean, quiet and well appointed. Location was good and we were able to walk to stores and restaurants. The hotel staff were helpful when we needed to find a restaurant. I would gladly stay here again.

Comfortable stay with a good bed. Great staff that took care of us after an overnight flight great breakfast. Families will feel welcome. Take the Air Coach bus from the airport to a stop on Leeson St, then a 7 minute walk to the hotel (for an economical way to get from the airport to the hotel).

Hotel was okay. Location is fair, not far from city center. Staff could have done more

Good walking location but nothing special in terms of service and amenities.

Reservations were mixed up by the hotel and we were given the wrong room. I had to return to the desk and convince them they were wrong. They discovered their error and we were then given the correct room. When we tried to order room service later that evening we were told we had to go back down to the desk and "open an account" in order to charge anything to our room(??). Very annoying. Also: minimal parking (10-12 spaces) is available on site and you have to go through the gate (take a ticket) only to find there are no spaces left. We were lucky -- we got the last space -- but three other cars pulled in behind us and had to go back out and park elsewhere.

We planned 3 nights here. The hotel was a disappointment. Room was cheaply furnished. Bed was very uncomfortable. There was no AC (not unusual for Ireland) but the room was stuffy and opening the window just let in lots of noise from the street and passers-by shouting at 2:00am. We got no sleep and checked out the next day. Bathroom had no exhaust fan and I dry my car with better towels. The area of town was somewhat sketchy.

We wanted a Dublin hotel that was slightly off the beaten track, within walking distance of Trinity College, and where we could park our car. This hotel fit the bill, with a lovely lobby, excellent food, and a slightly aged looking room. We still had some pub noise at night, but beds were comfortable as was the shower. Parking was convenient. We were very pleased. Front desk recommended a top notch reasonably priced restaurant nearby.

The hotel is in a great location! Staff was very friendly and helpful with directions. Food was good. Other reviews say it is in a noisy location but we had no issues with noise. I would definitely recommend this hotel if staying in Dublin. This was our first trip to Europe and yes hotels are definitely different then the states but not bad different. Much smaller, but comfortable.

We had not enough time in Dublin to really explore but the location of the hotel was great in that we could walk St. Stephen's Green and visit Trinity College in just a few minutes. The other direction was a funkier part of the city and was a welcome relief from just tourists.

We all enjoyed our stay at the Camden. We were in Dublin for a quick trip. The hotel was perfect for a group of three, with the right price and great location.

Great and helpful staff. Wonderful location. Nice spa. Free parking.

My first impression upon walking in the lobby was very favourable, I was very impressed with the hotel facade as well as the lobby and I found the staff very friendly throughout my stay at Camden Court. Getting off the lift though my expectations diminished a little, the hallway and carpet looked a little dated along with the look of the room as I first opened the door, but I quickly realized the room was fine, the bed comfy and the bathroom was as clean and recently renovated as it could be expected for such a good price for just under $100 USD per night. I'd stay here again but I'd ask for a room that's on the inside of the hotel since my room on the street side got a little noisy late at night with rowdy drunks and hotel neighbors in the hallway as well but I was too tired from walking all over Dublin to stay awake for long. I enjoyed the free hotel parking and the location in Dublin was great but no inclusive breakfast but that's not a big deal for me.

Mom and I were in Dublin for two days site seeing. The hotel was quite nice with a decent gym and pool. The room was a really good size. There is free wireless in the hotel although it did not work in the room we had. The hotel was a good walk to St. Stephen's Green but was quite accessible to public transportation (buses stopped right outside the hotel). I have stayed in other hotels in Dublin and this was a good value for the money we spent.

The Camden Court Hotel is a great hotel to stay at while visiting Dublin. Good accommodations, friendly and efficient staff, and great value. My only complaint is the location. It is a long walk to all of the major tourist attractions.

This is a newish hotel with great amenitiies-gym, pool, sauna, steam, restuarant- at a moderate price. Staff was exceptionally helpful and thoughtful. I go to the Theatre Festival every year and this hotel is two blocks from St. Stephens Green and a manageable walk to all venues

The Camden Court was an excellent location for someone without a car. Stephens Green was a short walk away, so was Trinity College. We learned to navigate the buses to easily get to O'Connell Street and Temple Bar! There were lots of restaurants and shops nearby too on Camden Street. Both my husband and I eat Gluten Free and there were great choices nearby plus the hotels restaurant was excellent for breakfast. The room was a clean 3 star but the restaurant, lobby and pool was a 4 star. We would go back!

The hotel was in a wonderful location for us away from the hustle and bustle of the center of the city but near enough to walk to most sights. The lobby was beautiful. We ate in the C Central bar off the lobby two nights and the food and atmosphere were great as well as convenient. The rooms were more than adequate. Nothing fancy but clean and comfortable. The on-site free parking was a definate bonus. The night life was a little loud but I think you would have found the same thing anywhere. We would stay there again.

We stayed at this hotel at the beginning and end of our trip, using Dublin as an overnight destination while traveling from Boston to Italy. The Camden Court is a very nice hotel, with all the facilities needed on a trip to this area. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The restaurant served an excellent breakfast. And, the location was very convenient to the sites in Dublin; we used the "Hop-on Hop-off" bus to see the major sites in the city, only minutes away from the hotel. And, if you are staying at the Camden Court Hotel, make sure you get to spend an evening in the Bleeding Horse Pub, directly adjacent to the hotel...an absolute jewel! I rated this hotel as 4-stars only because this is the rating I would give to an equivalent hotel in the U.S., based on the normal expectations of U.S. travelers (and to give them an accurate expectation of this hotel). It is really quite nice! The only downside (if it actually a downside) is that it is about a 20-30 minutes taxi ride from the airport.

Camden Street Dublin Dublin

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to St. Stephen's Green and St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in City Centre Dublin, Camden Court Hotel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as St. Stephen's Green and St. Patrick's Cathedral. This 4-star hotel has 251 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. It's in central Dublin and also a short walk from Gaiety Theatre and Brown Thomas Flagship Store.


Dining

Enjoy dining at Iveagh Restaurant, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.


Rooms

All 251 rooms provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and cable TV. Hair dryers, phones, and desks are also available.


Property features

At Camden Court Hotel, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a children's pool. Self parking is available for EUR 10.00 per night. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna.

Room options

Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Twin Room, 2 Twin Beds

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Single Room

Queen 1 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Camden Court Hotel

Everyone (1) Couples (9) Family (3) Other (3) Friends (6)
3
Everyone

One hotel worker, Dorian stood out and was very very helpful. No one else was helpful at all couldn't answer questions about someone thing as simple as tipping. Although the hotel was pretty and in beautiful condition , the rooms desperately needed air conditioning and my daughters found a pair of men's boxers and a women's thong on the floor of their bathroom which was disgusting and obviously not cleaned properly

By , from bellmore ny on May 22, 2017

4

great family holiday

Families

The Camden court Hotel has great friendly staff and is in a great location, less than 10 minute walk from Grafton street, the streets around have lots of cool new restaurants and great bars also. My favourite part of Dublin

By on Aug 3, 2015

5

nice hotel in dublin

Couples

We stayed here two nights. The room was clean, quiet and well appointed. Location was good and we were able to walk to stores and restaurants. The hotel staff were helpful when we needed to find a restaurant. I would gladly stay here again.

By on Jun 7, 2015

4

comfortable and convenient

Families

Comfortable stay with a good bed. Great staff that took care of us after an overnight flight great breakfast. Families will feel welcome. Take the Air Coach bus from the airport to a stop on Leeson St, then a 7 minute walk to the hotel (for an economical way to get from the airport to the hotel).

By on Mar 19, 2015

3

decent for dublin

Singles

Hotel was okay. Location is fair, not far from city center. Staff could have done more

By on Jan 21, 2015

3

average

Singles

Good walking location but nothing special in terms of service and amenities.

By on Nov 24, 2014

3

wrong room

GetawayWithFriends

Reservations were mixed up by the hotel and we were given the wrong room. I had to return to the desk and convince them they were wrong. They discovered their error and we were then given the correct room. When we tried to order room service later that evening we were told we had to go back down to the desk and "open an account" in order to charge anything to our room(??). Very annoying. Also: minimal parking (10-12 spaces) is available on site and you have to go through the gate (take a ticket) only to find there are no spaces left. We were lucky -- we got the last space -- but three other cars pulled in behind us and had to go back out and park elsewhere.

By on Jun 6, 2014

1

not good

Couples

We planned 3 nights here. The hotel was a disappointment. Room was cheaply furnished. Bed was very uncomfortable. There was no AC (not unusual for Ireland) but the room was stuffy and opening the window just let in lots of noise from the street and passers-by shouting at 2:00am. We got no sleep and checked out the next day. Bathroom had no exhaust fan and I dry my car with better towels. The area of town was somewhat sketchy.

By on Oct 16, 2013

4

just what we wanted

GetawayWithFriends

We wanted a Dublin hotel that was slightly off the beaten track, within walking distance of Trinity College, and where we could park our car. This hotel fit the bill, with a lovely lobby, excellent food, and a slightly aged looking room. We still had some pub noise at night, but beds were comfortable as was the shower. Parking was convenient. We were very pleased. Front desk recommended a top notch reasonably priced restaurant nearby.

By on Sep 18, 2013

3

nice stay!

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel is in a great location! Staff was very friendly and helpful with directions. Food was good. Other reviews say it is in a noisy location but we had no issues with noise. I would definitely recommend this hotel if staying in Dublin. This was our first trip to Europe and yes hotels are definitely different then the states but not bad different. Much smaller, but comfortable.

By on Aug 16, 2013