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Harrington Hall

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Hotel was nice spacious suite with large modern bathroom. Furniture could use updating more 3 star than 4 star.

Very friendly staff in a great location. They have parking though it's a tight squeeze getting in so better to stay parked. Outside the hotel is a key taxi stand which is convenient and also loud on a Friday night as those getting out of bars late into early Saturday lingered right outside waiting for rides home.

No sleep possible while drunk maniacs roam well after midnight Too bad--otherwise a great hotel in a great location.

This is a lovely little hotel. It has a lift, which a lot of these older house-style hotels do not have, but you should know this hotel is on a very noisy street. This is nothing the hotel has control over, there are lots of nightclubs, but the hotel does supply ear plugs. The room was small, cosy, and spotlessly clean. It's good for a one or two night stop-over, but don't expect it to be quiet. All of the city center hotels have noise issues (I've stayed at most of them). Great city center location for shopping and dining, theater etc.

This is a lovely boutique hotel with a very welcoming and accommodating staff. The room is clean and fresh and the bathroom impeccable. The one small detail to note is the proximity to temple bar and nightclub area - it is very close and if you are facing the street you will get noise late into the night of people partying and coming and going. Bring earplugs and you'll be fine.

The water pressure in the shower was horrible. Was like taking a shower under a dripping faucet. The room was smaller than a cruise ship cabin. The staff was friendly and helpful. But the location was ok. All the sites were within walking distance. The car park was small. Only had room for 5 cars, kinda odd for a 30+ room hotel.

Only stayed here for one night; Chose it because it was in the center of all the bars and places to walk to in the city and it had free parking in the back! The room was ok and the noise level was pretty good. The only problem was my converter did not work with their outlets (worked for the other 6 hotels I stayed in).

Request a room in back. Only room available was at front. After a 12 hour flight was impossible to sleep with people shouting leaving bars until 3:00 am..Pity.

This hotel is atmospheric and has lovely rooms. There was good wifi access in mine, as well as a computer to use in the lounge. The staff could not have been friendlier. There are numerous restaurants and pubs nearby--such as the historic Bleeding Horse down the street. I took one star off only because of the noisiness of Harcourt Street when the bars close during the wee hours. (It's nothing the hotel can control.) My room looked over it but was on the third floor. With the ceiling fan going, I could hardly hear the drunken louts fighting and puking when the clubs across the way let out. They did wake me up on occasion, though. (Ireland lost a close match to Russia in a European Cup qualifier on Friday, and the Heineken Cup rugby final was the next night. It might have been a particularly "laddish" weekend. Then again, it was noisy on Sunday night, too....)

We were here for the last three nights of our honeymoon. The accommodations were fine. The location was good and it was nice having free parking (however limited). The problem came with the night club across the street. The place was fairly loud all night, but like clockwork it got REALLY loud right around 4:00 AM (probably when it closed and everyone was leaving). Needless to say, we didn't get much sleep. Not a good hotel if you're looking for a restful stay. We also weren't impressed with the staff's knowledge of the area. They were all pleasant, but often couldn't answer fairly simple questions. Additionally, I didn't like that you have to pay to use the hotel's computer (wi-fi is free, but we didn't have a laptop). Considering how much we were paying to stay there, it seemed tacky to charge for the computer.

I was traveling with a friend. The original room was a single double bed. I had requested two twin beds but Orbitz requested a double. The hotel cheerfully moved us to a room with two beds. No air conditioning, but not needed in Dublin.

Travelled by car to Dublin and then the hotel was in an excellent location to walk around. Only one night stay did not do much at the hotel itself but the room were very specious and very nice with all you need.

70 Harcourt Street Dublin Dublin

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to St. Stephen's Green and St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Laundry facilities

Located in City Centre Dublin, Harrington Hall is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as St. Stephen's Green and Gaiety Theatre. This 29-room, 4-star guesthouse welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and free newspapers in the lobby. St. Patrick's Cathedral and Trinity College are also a short walk from this Dublin guesthouse.


Dining

For your convenience, a full breakfast is served each morning for a fee. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


Rooms

All 29 rooms feature coffee makers, free newspapers, and ceiling fans. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also standard.


Property features

Harrington Hall features free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and laundry facilities. There's free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. This smoke-free guesthouse also has a fireplace in the lobby.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Harrington Hall

Everyone (6) Couples (3) Business (2) Friends (1)
4

great location to center of town and mass transit

Everyone

Hotel was nice spacious suite with large modern bathroom. Furniture could use updating more 3 star than 4 star.

By , from seattle on Sep 19, 2017

4

location, location and parking

Everyone

Very friendly staff in a great location. They have parking though it's a tight squeeze getting in so better to stay parked. Outside the hotel is a key taxi stand which is convenient and also loud on a Friday night as those getting out of bars late into early Saturday lingered right outside waiting for rides home.

By , from los angeles on Jul 2, 2017

3

night clubs have ruined the area!

Everyone

No sleep possible while drunk maniacs roam well after midnight Too bad--otherwise a great hotel in a great location.

By on May 27, 2017

4

very convienent location in noisy city center

Everyone

This is a lovely little hotel. It has a lift, which a lot of these older house-style hotels do not have, but you should know this hotel is on a very noisy street. This is nothing the hotel has control over, there are lots of nightclubs, but the hotel does supply ear plugs. The room was small, cosy, and spotlessly clean. It's good for a one or two night stop-over, but don't expect it to be quiet. All of the city center hotels have noise issues (I've stayed at most of them). Great city center location for shopping and dining, theater etc.

By , from los angelse on Oct 15, 2016

4

great find for a decent price

Everyone

This is a lovely boutique hotel with a very welcoming and accommodating staff. The room is clean and fresh and the bathroom impeccable. The one small detail to note is the proximity to temple bar and nightclub area - it is very close and if you are facing the street you will get noise late into the night of people partying and coming and going. Bring earplugs and you'll be fine.

By , from Vancouver, BC on Sep 8, 2016

2

great location but disappointed

Everyone

The water pressure in the shower was horrible. Was like taking a shower under a dripping faucet. The room was smaller than a cruise ship cabin. The staff was friendly and helpful. But the location was ok. All the sites were within walking distance. The car park was small. Only had room for 5 cars, kinda odd for a 30+ room hotel.

By , from Florida, U.S.A. on May 2, 2016

3

great location

Couples

Only stayed here for one night; Chose it because it was in the center of all the bars and places to walk to in the city and it had free parking in the back! The room was ok and the noise level was pretty good. The only problem was my converter did not work with their outlets (worked for the other 6 hotels I stayed in).

By on Dec 2, 2014

3

good location needs work on reception

BusinessTravelers

Request a room in back. Only room available was at front. After a 12 hour flight was impossible to sleep with people shouting leaving bars until 3:00 am..Pity.

By on Mar 31, 2013

4

perfect location, great value

BusinessTravelers

This hotel is atmospheric and has lovely rooms. There was good wifi access in mine, as well as a computer to use in the lounge. The staff could not have been friendlier. There are numerous restaurants and pubs nearby--such as the historic Bleeding Horse down the street. I took one star off only because of the noisiness of Harcourt Street when the bars close during the wee hours. (It's nothing the hotel can control.) My room looked over it but was on the third floor. With the ceiling fan going, I could hardly hear the drunken louts fighting and puking when the clubs across the way let out. They did wake me up on occasion, though. (Ireland lost a close match to Russia in a European Cup qualifier on Friday, and the Heineken Cup rugby final was the next night. It might have been a particularly "laddish" weekend. Then again, it was noisy on Sunday night, too....)

By on Oct 12, 2010

2

disappointed

Couples

We were here for the last three nights of our honeymoon. The accommodations were fine. The location was good and it was nice having free parking (however limited). The problem came with the night club across the street. The place was fairly loud all night, but like clockwork it got REALLY loud right around 4:00 AM (probably when it closed and everyone was leaving). Needless to say, we didn't get much sleep. Not a good hotel if you're looking for a restful stay. We also weren't impressed with the staff's knowledge of the area. They were all pleasant, but often couldn't answer fairly simple questions. Additionally, I didn't like that you have to pay to use the hotel's computer (wi-fi is free, but we didn't have a laptop). Considering how much we were paying to stay there, it seemed tacky to charge for the computer.

By on Jul 22, 2010