Only statyed one night here, but wish we could have stayed more. Just above a pub, the food is great and well priced. The staff is fun and friendly. Clean, modern apartment type room. Would have stayed again if we could have.
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Nice and clean. Comfortable beds. Great breakfast. Great location.
The apartments were very comfortable and spacious but a little worn (carpets stained, paint scratched up). The hotel was very fancy so the apts were better for us. The location was great for hikes to Muckross House and the waterfall; but it is about 4 km out of town. The spa was nice but a little ...
Nov 9 - Nov 10
Wonderful, newly renovated, clean property. It was so nice having a kitchenette. My husband and I would go back to the apartment to have lunch, relax and nap in the middle of the day. Employees were so friendly too! I was unfamiliar with this brand before but now I will be on the lookout for them ...
Oct 28 - Oct 29
The Citypoint Apartments was very convenient for our purposes - a short walk to everything we wanted to see and do. Rather spartan but perfectly adequate for our needs and VERY spacious!
Convenient to Galeay if you have a car, distant if not. It's a college dorm not an apartment. It gets rented to student groups and tourists in the summer. This is not made clear on Orbitz. Good for a night or two.
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Oct 26 - Oct 27
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