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The Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

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.

The hotel staff were friendly and helpful, and the accommodations were clean and comfortable. It is just off the main thoroughfare, which means it is quiet yet easy to get to historic sights, or the hop on, hop off bus tours that will take you all over the city, or shopping and restaurants. We really enjoyed our stay, and would recommend this hotel.

Hotel was very nice and close to the city center. My family loved the hotel.

We felt welcomed at this hotel, very clean rooms and made accomodations for us on room location. Breakfast was adequate, Ammenities were basic but met expectations for the price. Parking is a real hassle and expensive, so would suggest this location if not dealing with an auto.

Room was ok, clean and comfortable, but it had its issues: we heard street noise all night, shower water temp maxed out at lukewarm, and we randomly lost power when no one else did. Perks included reasonably priced, good wifi, and location was set downtown. Overall. It worked for a one night stay, wouldn't recommend for any length of staying longer than one night.

Great walking distance for almost anything in Dublin. No place to park if you have a car. Cost you 12.50 euro a day to keep your car parked. Other than that, not a bad hotel.

Hotel staff was great. We arrived early in the morning, but the hotel checked us in with no problem. The concierge girl gave us a map and recommended great places to go for shopping and dining. Dined at hotel's restaurant and it was delicious. Great service. Breakfast (surcharge) was very good. Room was a good size, although it was a smoking room and our reservation was for a non-smoking. Opened the window and it was ok after a while. Bed and pillows were not the best since they were not very comfortable (hard). Overall, good for the price.

The breakfast was expensive, and the front desk staff was often MIA, and the Internet access was only in the public areas, and the discounted parking was too far from the hotel for easy carriage of baggage, but the location near Parnell Square couldn't be more convenient for learning about Dublin, and the room was clean and comfortable, and locals patronize the bar.

I chose this hotel for it's price and found that it was a perfect location for me. It was within easy walking distance to the Temple Bar area , restaurants and shops. But more than that it was convenient to many transportation options, The bed was very comfortable and breakfast plentiful. The location was, for the most part, quiet. There were occasions when Dublin didn't sleep as after their long awaited soccer victory. Who could blame them for that.

Honestly I liked this place. For the value it was much better than expected. I paid more for a hotel in London that wasn't half as nice as this. I only mention the location since most people I met traveling in Ireland wanted to stay closer to Temple. While a 10-15 minute walk it isn't far, some people may balk at it. That said I liked the place. The food at the bar/restaurant was good, though they could use better beer selection, but I'm picky.

Very close to O'Connell street so it made walking, and taking the bus, Luas, and the train very easy! The price was excellent! The staff is very helpful and the pub had a local musician so it was nice to have a drink there.

We stayed at this place for 3 nights and it was okay, but would not recommend booking this hotel if you have kids and want to slip during the night. First, we were put in the smoking room, even though we had non-smoking room requested. When we asked if room that was given to us was non-smoking, we were told that nobody had smoked in it during last stay , so we had to request a room change. Also, since there is a bar across the road, be prepared not to slip till about 3 am in the morning, even after that bar was closed, people were still sitting outside. When we looked at location it appeared to be pretty quiet, but in reality it wasn't. Other than that, location by itself is not bad, walking distance to a lot of attractions. Room was okay not too clean, but big. Again, always ask if the room is non-smoking, before you proceed to your with all your luggage!

Our room was very confortable and the staff were very helpful. We took tours and enjoyed the country. The Dublin tour company needed some improvement. We went to Connemara and was very disapointed, We switched buses 5 times going and coming. The day tour of Wicklow by coachtours of Ireland were great.

I was in Dublin to start and end a tour of Ireland and stayed at the Belvedere Hotel at the beginning of my trip and at the end. The price for the hotel [...] was very reasonable. The staff at the hotel responded to my emails. We arrived in Dublin early and were able to store our luggage there for the day while out exploring the city before check in. It's no more than a 15 minute walk to Suffolk Street (where most of the tourist stuff is) and also a very short walk to the hop on hop off bus tour of Dublin and the Air Coach Bus O'Connell Street stop to and from the airport. The rooms were clean, and the hotel was safe, no complaints here.

We had a very enjoyable time in Dublin. Hotel was bare bones but fine if you are out and about and just need a place to shower and sleep. Wake up calls were prompt and the desk staff were very helpful. Highly recommend NOT getting a room on the 1st floor - too much noise from the restaurant/bar at the hotel, the restaurant/bar across the street and street traffic.

My sister and I stayed here three nights, and had very little to complain about. Aside from some minor issues like a bathroom door that stuck, a sink faucet that was way too high power, and beds that could have been more comfortable, we enjoyed our stay. The room was spacious and clean, and the staff helpful. You have to take a bus from the airport to get to the downtown, but once there you can walk most places without much trouble. All in all we would probably stay here again.

Hotel was a great place to stay, however we arrived at 7:30 AM and they made us wait till 1:20 to tell us the reservations were messed up and we were given a room with one single bed. That was a problem as there were two of us. They did nothing to straighten out the situation and offered us nothing to ease the issue.

I am not that picky when it comes to hotels but this is the worst hotel I have stayed in. Our arrival started at about 1pm but were not able to check in due to check in being at 2pm. The receptionist let us leave our luggage with her at the front desk so we can go out and enjoy the city. We had no other choice so we did. Once we got back to the hotel, the experience in Dublin went from being great to not so great. Our room did not look like the online picture, it had a horrible odor, and had hair in the bathtub!!!!!! I don't like to write bad reviews but nothing good came from our stay here. I do not recommend this hotel to anyone. Be wise and choose another hotel!

Absolutely GREAT location to all of Dublin! Near multiple bus stops and right off of O'Connell Street. The in-hotel bar was pretty good too. I give it a "4" only because the bar atmosphere did not include a very Irish experience.

The hotel was a great price and had a perfect location for O'Connell Street in Dublin. The room was quite dated with many cosmetic issues (holes in walls, etc.) and the floors were quite noisy in the hallway. Free Wi-Fi on the first floor only was acceptable and the breakfast was average. We were able to check-in very early (9am) and they held our bags for us after check-out (until 5pm). Overall for the price and location it was great!

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Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Garden of Remembrance and Parnell Square
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in City Centre North, The Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square is next to popular attractions like Garden of Remembrance and Parnell Square. This 92-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Dublin and also a short walk from James Joyce Cultural Centre and Dublin Writers Museum.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served weekdays for a fee.


Rooms

All 92 rooms provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and phones. 32-inch TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers and desks are also standard.


Property features

The Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square features free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and free newspapers. Offsite parking is offered for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. This smoke-free hotel also has a TV in a common area.

Room options

Standard Room (1 Double and 2 Single)

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Quadruple Room (4 Single Beds)

Twin 4 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for The Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square

Everyone (2) Couples (26) Business (3) Family (10) Friends (15) Other (11)
4

nice hotel with nice rooms.

Everyone

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.

By , from Chicago on Oct 31, 2016

5

nice hotel close to sights.

Everyone

The hotel staff were friendly and helpful, and the accommodations were clean and comfortable. It is just off the main thoroughfare, which means it is quiet yet easy to get to historic sights, or the hop on, hop off bus tours that will take you all over the city, or shopping and restaurants. We really enjoyed our stay, and would recommend this hotel.

By , from Arkansas on Jul 24, 2016

5

very nice

Families

Hotel was very nice and close to the city center. My family loved the hotel.

By on Jul 15, 2015

3

nice hotel for the money

Couples

We felt welcomed at this hotel, very clean rooms and made accomodations for us on room location. Breakfast was adequate, Ammenities were basic but met expectations for the price. Parking is a real hassle and expensive, so would suggest this location if not dealing with an auto.

By on Jul 3, 2014

3

ok

GetawayWithFriends

Room was ok, clean and comfortable, but it had its issues: we heard street noise all night, shower water temp maxed out at lukewarm, and we randomly lost power when no one else did. Perks included reasonably priced, good wifi, and location was set downtown. Overall. It worked for a one night stay, wouldn't recommend for any length of staying longer than one night.

By on Oct 19, 2013

3

good walking distance

Singles

Great walking distance for almost anything in Dublin. No place to park if you have a car. Cost you 12.50 euro a day to keep your car parked. Other than that, not a bad hotel.

By on Aug 25, 2013

3

good for the price

Couples

Hotel staff was great. We arrived early in the morning, but the hotel checked us in with no problem. The concierge girl gave us a map and recommended great places to go for shopping and dining. Dined at hotel's restaurant and it was delicious. Great service. Breakfast (surcharge) was very good. Room was a good size, although it was a smoking room and our reservation was for a non-smoking. Opened the window and it was ok after a while. Bed and pillows were not the best since they were not very comfortable (hard). Overall, good for the price.

By on Dec 17, 2012

4

great price/value

Singles

The breakfast was expensive, and the front desk staff was often MIA, and the Internet access was only in the public areas, and the discounted parking was too far from the hotel for easy carriage of baggage, but the location near Parnell Square couldn't be more convenient for learning about Dublin, and the room was clean and comfortable, and locals patronize the bar.

By on Nov 15, 2011

4

convenient location with economy

Singles

I chose this hotel for it's price and found that it was a perfect location for me. It was within easy walking distance to the Temple Bar area , restaurants and shops. But more than that it was convenient to many transportation options, The bed was very comfortable and breakfast plentiful. The location was, for the most part, quiet. There were occasions when Dublin didn't sleep as after their long awaited soccer victory. Who could blame them for that.

By on Sep 27, 2011

4

great place, though location is open to debate.

Singles

Honestly I liked this place. For the value it was much better than expected. I paid more for a hotel in London that wasn't half as nice as this. I only mention the location since most people I met traveling in Ireland wanted to stay closer to Temple. While a 10-15 minute walk it isn't far, some people may balk at it. That said I liked the place. The food at the bar/restaurant was good, though they could use better beer selection, but I'm picky.

By on Sep 16, 2011