Oct 2 - Oct 3
Was recommended this hotel from a colleague for my first visit to Dublin - did not disappoint! Everything you'd ever want to see is a bit of a walk, but it's well worth it. Next to a bus stop, and only a 20 min walk from the nearest AirLink Express (for transportation to/from Dublin Airport) that ...
Good value with nearby access to bus routes in to Dublin. Would have been nice if restaurant was open longer hours. Great Chinese place nearby though.
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Nice and easy check in. Cool area. Close to airport
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Great bar and food! The sleeper bed was good and the night manager was helpful with some overly noisy neighbors
Was near Stephens Green Park and main street in Dublin as well as near a lot of places to eat and drink.
Sep 25 - Sep 26
Great budget hotel, airport close, unlike US Travel Lodge Hotels you do pay for breakfast, but you have great choices, and you'll get breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and drinks of your choice / a la carte. A++- Airport shuttles are 3 Euro, and Often Taxis appear and tend to wait for potential patrons ...
Oct 1 - Oct 2
Actually I haven’t stayed here — yet— because my flight from USA was cancelled earlier due to Covid19 restrictions— I couldn’t cancel my prepaid/nonrefundable booking, but I am praising the Glenmore House proprietors for allowing me a voucher to use within a year. And I fully intend to do so! Thank ...
Oct 1 - Oct 2
Good hotel with the basics, nothing fancy, but whatever is necessary.
We love traveling just as much as you do, but we hate having to leave our four-legged friends behind when we do. So, why not consider a staycation with your canine companion to the beautiful Irish capital? Luckily, there are loads of pet-friendly options when it comes to traveling to Dublin with your pet.
Despite being about 1000 years old, the Irish capital, Dublin, is a 21st-century town that has all the amenities capital cities offer. Dublin is particularly known for its inexpensive food, fun pubs, wild nightlife, and lively locals. It might not be the prettiest city in the world, and on a cloudy day it can feel downright gloomy, but it has an enormous literary and cultural history that cannot be ignored.
Visit Dublin for its Georgian architectural elegance, wonderful museums and galleries, and attractive seaside location. Moreover, discover why Dublin has been designated as a UNESCO City of Literature. Take a look at your feet every now and then to see famous quotes from Irish authors. For food options after a long day out and about, visit one of the many pubs. Here, you can try wonderful local coffee as well as the traditional pint of stout.
As for your canine friend, taking a hike around the city seems like the perfect activity to undertake. Visit Trinity College’s Park, Dublin Castle, and drop into Meeting House Square on Saturdays. The latter is home to a bustling Saturday food market. In short, you and your four-legged companion will have a blast in Dublin!