Hotel St. George by The Key Collection3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed in the two bed apartment rather than the hotel which is round the corner. Very clean with everything we would need including washing machine and dryer. Wonderful value for four of us who wanted to cater for ourselves. Beds super comfy and staff very helpful. Had internet but it was intermittent. Close to O'Connell street. Would stay again.
Stayed for two nights in a double room with my daughter. Really impressed with the hotel - lovely, clean room with comfy beds. We were at the back of the hotel and it was really quiet. Breakfast was good - with a good choice. All staff really friendly and helpful. Central location. Would definitely go back.
We stayed in the hotel and enjoyed our stay. The beds are very comfortable and the linnen was clean. We had two comfortable chairs and the window could be opened. The staff is very friendly and breakfast was good. At night it was a bit noisy, not because of the neighbours, but because of the bus-stop just in front of our room. We would prefer a room at the back of the hotel.
Stayed here for three nights and found all staff really helpful and pleasant. Our double room was nicely decorated and spotlessly clean. Breakfast menu had a good choice and waitresses were very helpful and friendly. Reception staff were very helpful and could give us good advice about local bus routes and also history.On arrival we met the very pleasant and helpful handyman who was making minor adjustments in our en-suite. We were allowed to check in early which was lovely after travelling. Very quiet hotel which made for a peaceful nights sleep.Lovely bar area to use at night for a night cap after sightseeing.I would highly recommend this hotel and would definitely go back if visiting Dublin.
The hotel St George is about a 17 minute walk from Connolly Station but I took a taxi which took about 10 minutes and cost 10 euros. The hotel is part of a terrace and is situated in Parnell Square East which is a very short walk from O'Connell Street and close to St Stephen's Green which is a leafy park in the city centre. Outside the hotel there are bus stops to areas such as Dun Laoghaire so it is convenient for exploring surrounding areas. The décor in the hotel looks a little bit dated but that is more than made up for by the warmth and friendliness of the reception staff who are extremely helpful and obliging and make you feel very welcome. My room was on the 5th floor and there is an elevator which is efficient and speedy. The corridors are quite narrow but the room was a reasonable size for one person though might be a bit cramped for two. The furniture is free-standing and there is a beautifully tiled bathroom with a walk-in shower. The colours in the room were rather muted and dull but there was good lighting and plenty of well lit mirrors. The view from the room was of a derelict building but there were some nice leafy trees to soften the outlook. The bed was a small double which had quite a firm mattress. The pillows were a little hard and not quite as comfortable as I would have liked. On the plus side the room had everything and more that you could have needed apart from a room safe. There was an ironing board and iron, hairdryer, television, plenty of hangers, a coffee making machine, a kettle and teabags as well as biscuits, bottled water and mints. In the bathroom there was a very good supply of toiletries and towels and everything was spotlessly clean. One big drawback with the room was the lack of soundproofing. The walls were very thin and it was possible to hear people talking in adjoining rooms and doors and drawers being banged. One night I even heard someone snoring in one of the neighbouring rooms! Noise from people in the corridor was also quite loud. Luckily most of those nearby didn't stay up too late but if you had a neighbour who did you might not get a very good night's sleep! I had breakfast one morning and it is quite reasonably priced if booked the night before. If you wish a full breakfast the cost is 9 euros or 7 euros for a continental breakfast. The breakfast room is quite small and has a lot of bench seating around the walls. If you would like a table on your own there is very little option for that. You end up having to sit very close to others so if that is not your preference it is better to avoid the breakfast room. There was an adequate choice of juices, cereals, chopped fruit, rolls, pastries, yogurts and teas and coffee as well as cooked foods which I did not try. The staff were pleasant and efficient but the room tends to become full rather quickly. The location of the hotel is good and you are close to restaurants, shops and public transport. This was one of the cheaper hotels on offer at the time of my stay and it is perfectly adequate but I would , unfortunately, be put off returning because of the thinness of the walls even though the location is not too noisy. Top marks to the staff though who really made the stay with their welcoming smiles and willingness to accommodate my needs.
The positive thing about this hotel is its location and so the the good points end.The photographs of the hotel interior are misleading. The check in time was stated as 2pm in the confirmation email but when we arrived we were told 4pm. Despite pre paying for the room they still wanted a £150 deposit for any damages which takes 10 days to be refunded if no damage occurs. The actual apartment was advertised as a two minute walk from the hotel and was in fact a good 10 minute walk. Although clean the decor was a mis match of furniture and made the room very crowded. The welcome brochure suggests you know the nearest fire exit as shown on the fire plan in the bedroom but there were no plans and as far as we could see no fire escape which is concerning when you are on the top floor. When booking the room my email confirmed that breakfast was included but on the day of check out we were informed breakfast was only included if you booked directly. When my partner did have breakfast then food was cold and dried up and the bread had mould growing on it. When i pointed this out to the serving staff she said 'thanks for telling me'. My partner was asked for 7 Euros for the breakfast and when i complained to the receptionist about the mouldy bread she shrugged as if this was acceptable. When i said it was far from acceptable she gave me attitude and snapped have it for free. As it wasn't edible i had no intention of paying. The best thing about this hotel was leaving it!!!
Hotel looks differently than on photos, so my expectations failed ;) Rooms are quite small and almost fully filled with beds, there are no free space. The interior design is made for style 'oldish' British / Irish hotels but seen that it is a bit artificial. Nevertheless, our stay was really good ;) The personnel is great and really helpful. Thanks a lot!
Small cozy room but convenient to the hustle and bustle of the O'Connell Street area. Good breakfast. Staff is very attentive, professional and pleasant. The rates were reasonable. You can't check in early but the staff will take care of your luggage. The staff was very helpful and offered great advice for touring the area. Bottom line, We would stay there again.
we had a quadruple room for 4 girls, walls were so thin that we could hear the person snoring in the next room. The radiator also did not work in the room nor did the coffee machine. Disaster continued as when changing rooms, the toilet despite saying it had been sanitised the toilet was filthy with poo in the pan… it was so disgusting that we had to change rooms yet again. for the money that we paid, it was pretty poor. The staff in reception were however polite and helpful
We arrrived early morning but couldny check in until 2pm. The staff held our bags whilst we visited a few places. We were allocated a room on the ground floor as requested due to a knee injury. The room was big enough to accommodate 3 people; spacious and clean. The Dublin Gallery and Garden of Rememberence was directly opposite the hotel and there were quiye a few places to eat wothin a couple of mins walk. Temple Bar was no more than a 15 min walk and the Trinity college an additional 5 mins. We stayed here on a Sunday through to Monday at a very reasonable price. I will def be staying here again!
- Steps from Garden of Remembrance and Parnell Square
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Laundry facilities
- 24-hour front desk
Located in City Centre North, Hotel St. George by The Key Collection is next to popular attractions like Garden of Remembrance and Parnell Square. This 49-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like laundry facilities and a 24-hour front desk. Centrally located in Dublin, the hotel is also a short walk from Dublin Writers Museum and James Joyce Cultural Centre.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All 49 rooms provide desks. TVs come with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Hotel St. George by The Key Collection, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and laundry facilities. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area.
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67% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 662 reviews