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Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links

a must destination

whether you play golf or not you should experience the portmarnock-beautiful beach/ocean steps away. golf course amazing/beautiful! very relaxing destination.

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2 years ago

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Clayton Hotel Burlington Road

Large hotel with amenities

Large rooms with comfy beds. Reception tries hard to please all requests. However, they could use some more information about local food and pubs in the area (instead of saying just eat in their restaurant). Only issue we had was a fan and light switch not operating correctly - they quickly sent someone to investigate but couldn't fix it on the spot. No problem. Otherwise, a fine trip.

A verified traveler

2 years ago

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ibis Dublin

Serviceable if you're on a budget

I would say this hotel is the American equivalent of a 'Budget Inn'. Do NOT expect any fancy amenities or anything posh. It was not awful but far from ideal. I would rate this hotel 1 step above a hostel, but that's about it

A verified traveler

8 months ago

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Ballsbridge Hotel

Terrible Hotel

This hotel is scheduled to be demolished next year and condos built. It’s pretty obvious there has been very poor maintenance for quite a while!! Our room had water spots on the ceiling, plaster coming off in the spots, and the wallpaper was pealing in several places. The furniture looks like it’s left over from the 50’s, and feels like it too!! There was no way to regulate the temperature of the room except to open the window. They did offer to move us to a different room, after we had been here for two days but we figured it probably won’t be any better than where we were and wasn’t worth packing every thing up for 2 more nights. The location is also not near anything other than banking and several Embassies. It’s a 30-40 minutes walk to any shopping or tourist attractions. Farther if you want to go to the downtown area. You pretty much have to take a taxi most places. Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else!!

A verified traveler

1 month ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Maynooth

Hotels in Maynooth

Do Glasnevin Museum, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum, Croke Park, Dublinia and GAA Museum all sound like a good enough reason to take a vacation?

They're all waiting for you in Maynooth. So are 320 Orbitz hotels, which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness.


Art and culture in Maynooth

Any destination has a roster of must-sees, and museums are usually at the top of the list. In Maynooth, for instance, the exhibits at Glasnevin Museum, and Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum offer up their cultural and historical insights to visitors.

Sample some of Maynooth's best educational offerings at National Library of Ireland, Eason and Maynooth University.


Art and culture in Maynooth

Any destination has a roster of must-sees, and museums are usually at the top of the list. In Maynooth, for instance, the exhibits at Glasnevin Museum, and Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum offer up their cultural and historical insights to visitors.

Sample some of Maynooth's best educational offerings at National Library of Ireland, Eason and Maynooth University.


Where to eat in Maynooth

Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Maynooth offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Linden Tree, The Chop House, Roly's Bistro and Baan Thai Ballsbridge are good bets for refueling.


Where to stay in Maynooth

Maynooth is rife with hidden gems and neighborhoods such as Dublin Southside and Clontarf East. Whether your hotel is located here or you're just stopping over for a visit, these districts are not to be missed!


What to do in Maynooth

Whether you're looking for some family-friendly fun or a little release from the everyday, you'll likely find it in Maynooth. Bring the brood to the exciting rides at Winter Funderland or the theaters at Underground Films for some good, old-fashioned fun. Croke Park invites sports fans of all ages to hang out for an afternoon and fill up on snacks.

Glow Make up and Beauty Salon is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.


Where to stay in Maynooth

Maynooth is rife with hidden gems and neighborhoods such as Dublin Southside and Clontarf East. Whether your hotel is located here or you're just stopping over for a visit, these districts are not to be missed!


Getting to Maynooth

If you're flying in, head for Dublin Airport — it's one of Maynooth's main transportation hubs.


Best times to visit Maynooth

If you're planning a trip to Maynooth, consider visiting in January, February and December. Orbitz offers great deals 365 days a year, but during these months, you'll save the most — 35%, 23% and 21%, respectively.


Best times to visit Maynooth

If you're planning a trip to Maynooth, consider visiting in January, February and December. Orbitz offers great deals 365 days a year, but during these months, you'll save the most — 35%, 23% and 21%, respectively.