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Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Ireland – Show map
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Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Indoor Pool (all year)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Overlooking Dublin Bay, this hotel offers rooms with private bathrooms in Dun Laoghaire’s town centre, just off the main street.
Score from 396 reviews Very good
In a 19th-century Georgian building, the Leeson Inn Downtown is a 5 minute walk from St Stephens Green and Grafton Street. Rooms have bathrooms with showers and hairdryers.
Score from 417 reviews Good
This luxury boutique-style hotel is in Ballsbridge, 1.5 miles from central Dublin. It offers free parking and stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, most with saunas and spa bathtubs.
Score from 461 reviews Excellent
Next to the river, this 4-star hotel overlooks the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Guests can enjoy its spacious rooms, 22-meter swimming pool, and health club, just a 10-minute walk from the O2 Arena.
Score from 708 reviews Very good
Great location Heritage
Shower has no power at all Staff surly Got overcharged from booking.com Chambermaids banging on door from 09.30
Stayed at this hotel for a conference and it was a very pleasant two days this was our second time staying at this hotel and the staff were very pleasant and helpful the room we had was great and the bed was very comfortable had a great night sleep, would stay there again
Dun Laoghaire was a pleasant seaside town/port with an excellent couple of piers to stroll along. Very good Dart service north to Dublin or south to Dalkey and Bray. Good food in the Hardy Bar. Shackleton Exhibition was excellent.
Swimming pool lighting was dark.
The hotel was excellent inside, clean and comfortable. The location was superb and staff excellent. Perfect for a relaxing break.
No negatives at all.
Reception staff, resturant staff, all excellent.
One room staff member made it obvious she wanted a tip. If she hadn't been so obvious she would have got one.
All We can say good was it was a large room with a comfortable bed, nominal view-
We were NOT given room as booked. Poor shower, poor TV, entrance hall to elevator reeked horrible mildew smell. All but 1 of the staff were unresponsive to guests, many times received NO service. Were switched room, did NOT receive booked room with view. Hotel seems to be crumbling with age, broken tiles, mildew, stained paint, in declining shape, room rates too high for declining hotel-
Room used for breakfast is small and would be concerned how it could cope at busy times ; but breakfast itself was excellent
Easy to find, very quiet, good facilities
No bottled water in room, had to go down in the middle of the night for some water 2.90 per plastic bottle "very dear" never before had I stayed in a Hotel that doesn't have bottles of water in room, also we could not fill out our breakfast in room menu as with all the flyers, menus, Info in room there were no pens or pencils
location. Near buses, trains, pier, and promenade. Lots of things to do and see.
Bath/shower was not suitable for OAP's Too narrow and difficult to get out of bath, as taps/shower facilities were in the way. Just a shower would have been better. Lighting in bedroom not suitable for reading. No instructions for using TV.
Location. Sea view. Atrium. Staff. Ambience.
Price of breakfast!
Hotel is impressive and in an excellent location, right on the sea and near transport links. Aircoach dropped and collected us right at the door.Very comfortable, spotlessly clean room, wonderful bed. Meals in the bistro were good, well served and reasonably priced (not breakfast though, we bought that elsewhere)
Poor lighting in the wardrobe area where the safe is kept. Could hardly see to input number code. Even knowing that this is not a budget hotel we just could not bring ourselves to part with £15 each for breakfast. Other meals in the bistro were reasonable though, good quality and well served.
Check in was slow - only one person on reception. Fire doors were locked on our floor when we went to bed. We were unable to get to our room. We had to go down to reception to get a member of staff to come up to unlock the door.
Lovely view of Dunlaoghaire harbour. Brings you back in time.
Glass of wine expensive.
Nice location outside the city centre. Good transport links to the city. Great views of the marina and lengthy prom to walk by the water.
Could hear the band and DJ playing at a Wedding in the hotel from bed.
It's a good location if you visit South Dublin. It is close to the Dart station (that's public transport - 20 minutes into Dublin City Centre) and close to Dun Laoghaire Harbour which is served by the HSS Stena - a fast ship from England, Holyhead, sailing from spring until September. And it only takes 2 and a half hours. Sea view rooms are looking straight out onto the beautiful peninsular of Howth and on the lower floors onto the newly built modern library cum cultural centre right in front of the hotel - not to everybody's taste. The small pool and sauna area is pleasant and very tidy and staff was really friendly. Local people use it as a sports facility too. We had a large reception after athefuneral and the food and service was excellent. Staff was really friendly. Thank you to all of them. Initially we had a dreadful room and it was changed after two nights. (We were too busy to ask for a change). The second room we got after we complained had the biggest bed I ever slept in! - and I slept really well.
We had to book 6 days short notice - a family member was very sick. The Royal Marine was handy for the hospital. We paid nearly £100 per night without breakfast. We got a tiny dark room at the top with a slither of a window looking out at a wall. There were damaged and broken tiles on the bathroom floor and large marks on the wall. It was so dark you had to switch on the lights during the day. It was dreadful and 'it's like a prison!' said the porter from the hotel who helped me to carry suitcases to the new room. The dreadful room was changed to a lovely very large sea view room on the second floor when we spoke to a wonderful lady called Weronica at reception. We are really grateful for her help. We also had a large reception after the funeral in the hotel. But nobody seemed to recognise us - surprising because we were there for quite a few days. The Royal Marine felt impersonal and unloved, slightly uncared for - though it was clean and staff was very efficient. The interior of our hotel rooms was dark browns and greys, dark reds and some faint gold. The lighting is not good - so it's tricky to find your clothes in the wardrobe. That really could be improved by the hotel. Some LED lighting inside the wardrobe would help. The hotel has old and some modern parts; rooms will vary dramatically in quality and standard. Service feels disjointed it feels as if different groups are running different sections of the hotel. In the heart of the hotel you will find very traditional rooms with some original fittings. The Royal Marine did not have the warm and friendly welcome you normally get from good quality Irish hotels - and we really would have needed a bit of it. Would I recommend it? .. If you get a deal with breakfast, and most hotels offer them off season, and if you have a decent room, and if you want to explore the south of Dublin … yes.
Really helpful and friendly staff. Comfortable modern room with great view which we paid a bit extra for. Pleasant if rambling layout.Free parking
Just one point ,poor lighting in bathroom especially over mirror did not please my better half
Elegant surroundings, very good facilities, straightforward and secure free car park, easy access, proximity to the ferry terminal, proximity to the town, proximity to the Dart, good restaurant meals available.
Breakfast in the restaurant is very busy.
value for money excellent breakfast
More choice of food in Hardy's Bar
Location and gardens.
Cost and not including the breakfast in the high cost.
Place needs a bit of a paint job done to the bedrooms
Lounge sofa could do with a clean
Big room, comfortable sofa, shower and bath, wifi, decent bed. Friendly and helpful staff. Clean enough. Close to the ocean. Aircoach stops in front of the hotel.
It's not hugely expensive but I still feel it's a bit overpriced. It's basically a decent 3 star place in terms of room and food quality. Continental breakfast leaves a bit to be desired, especially some better bread would be more than welcome. The staff is great, but I'm a bit worried about how hard they are being worked. I've seen people work from breakfast straight through doing the evening shift. I hope these guys really have a choice in putting in such long hours.
Easy quick friendly check in and out. Upgraded to mini suite.
The dinner and breakfast with the room was great.
Coaches blockiing view of harbour
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