The Lucan Spa Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Not close to anything. I felt that it was expensive for what it was offering. Loud and uncomfortable night sleep. Out bathroom was dirty and the shower was scolding hot. It needs a revamp. Wouldn't stay here again. No personally.
So we stopped here on our way out of Dublin after an evening flight arrival. Conveniently located off the highway. Everyone was friendly and the hotel seems well run. We had dinner at the bar and it was very good. Service was excellent. That's the good. I'm not sure what makes it a "spa" hotel. There's no spa. It is a wedding venue and I guess it's viewed as relaxing. Maybe a different standard to meet to use the "spa" moniker. The rooms were clean but in need of refurb. Had some facilities issues in bathroom and not sure how to control heat/air. Pretty sure it's centrally controlled.
The hotel is very modern and well furnished and it is located on the edge of Dublin City and its adjoining countryside, next to main transport routes. The rooms are very comfortable and the catering service is of a high standard.
We arrived on Sunday morning and immediately drove to Northern Ireland. When we finally arrived to the hotel it as almost midnight. The staff was very accommodating and noticed how tired we were. They had our keys ready and helped us to our room. The breakfast had a variety of choices from eggs, yogurt, bread, pastries, and sausages. Rooms were clean and temperature was pleasant.
I booked here as I was in my way to a wedding. Single room was ok, maybe too hot but looking out on the back meant I could open the window. If you're at the front, there's the motorway so chose wisely. Breakfast was great, lots of choices albeit non-dairy products didn't exist. I would stay there again at the right price.
Great hotel to enjoy 😊 the service is amazing, the housekeeping staff great the place is one of the kind. The food was fantastic one of a kind !!! I will come back and keep enjoying the great hospitality from everyone here....
The location of this hotel is quite far from the city center and the price reflects that. I have stayed here a couple of times before early flights from Dublin Airport and it worked well as it is only 20 minutes from the Airport (OFF PEAK times! At peak times not such a good idea). The staff are friendly and helpful and there is a nice relaxed atmosphere. I ate bar food and it was fine - nothing special but reasonable value. My room was very good and clean. The breakfast room is nice and bright and the breakfast fine - except for the scrambled egg (from powdered eggs I think - yuck). If you want to visit the Dublin area and have a car this is a good choice as it is close the the M50 orbital motorway and has plenty of free car parking. If you want to visit Dublin city center there is a bus service close by but it is a hike!
Stayed here as a couple on 16th & 17th March. We paid €178.76 for 2 nights B&B with a 2 course evening meal in the bar, which we thought was great value. Check in was efficient and we were able to check in early which was great. The original room we were allocated had a small leak from the radiator but we were moved as soon as this was brought to the attention of the receptionist (Mary). The rooms have been refurbished since our last stay and are very comfortable albeit a little small. The huge let down was the food in the bar - the quality of the food was very poor and to my mind was like bad hospital food, with dry vegetables. We also waited 40 minutes for our main courses. My dessert (Strawberry cheesecake) was inedible and looked like it had been sitting on the plate for several days. Breakfast on both mornings was very nice but there were delays while different items from the hot buffet were being replenished and there were no pastries available on Day 2. You definitely need your own transport if you are staying in this hotel as there is a significant walkto access public transport links. The staff were very friendly and helpful and I would return but I won't be eating in the bar.
We have stayed here a couple of times as a stopover , this hotel is nice, some of rooms are a bit dated however rooms very clean and cannot be faulted. The restaurant offers a selection of food which we have always found to be nice, breakfast is a help yourself type buffet but waitress will bring tea or coffee to table.
My husband and I were going to our friend Peter's 60th Birthday last week in this hotel. We decided to stay over on Saturday night as they were doing a fabulous deal of 69 euro per night with breakfast. Due to house renovations, we also decided to stay on the Friday night. We got a bus from Dublin city centre to the hotel in 45 mins. I liked the feel and look of the hotel from the outside and this continued into the warm friendly lobby wherein we were warmly welcomed at reception. Our room was lovely. We booked into the restaurant for our evening meal as they were doing a special of a 4 course meal for 25 year pp. We told them we were vegan and there was no problem. I had a lovely salad for my starter and my hubbie had a tomato soup that he described as hearty and tasty. We ordered two different mains, stuffed peppers for one and a lovely soya based stirfry for the other. They were both lovely and hubbie had jelly (yes vegan friendly) with fruit for dessert. The food was lovely and the atmosphere and service in the restaurant was fantastic. I think a little more imagination with the vegan food would go a long way eg spring rolls etc had egg. it would have been lovely to have a little more choice. I found the hotel to be extremely welcoming and it had a lovely family owned feel to it. We will definitely return. Well done Spa Hotel, your staff are very well trained and an absolute pleasure staying with you.
Located in Dublin City West, The Lucan Spa Hotel is within a 15-minute drive of War Memorial Gardens and Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. This 3-star hotel has 70 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Guinness Storehouse and Ha' Penny Bridge are also within a 20-minute drive of this Lucan hotel.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy dining at Hanora D 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.
The Lucan Spa Hotel's 70 air-conditioned rooms provide private yards, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect free WiFi and 20-inch flat-screen TVs. Other standard amenities include ceiling fans, hair dryers, and phones.
Guests of The Lucan Spa Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and coffee in a common area. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff can assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a garden, a fireplace in the lobby, and a porter/bellhop.
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46% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 310 reviews