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47-49 Kildare Street, Saint Stephen's Green, D2 Dublin, Ireland – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 1005 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Kildare Street Hotel.
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Pool Table, Darts, Game Room, Nightclub/DJ
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges apply.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Car Rental, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
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From 3:00 PM
Until 11:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 1005 reviews
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We had a duplex room for our group, one room on ground and another just upstairs. Perfect. Reception staff very helpful would certainly recommend this hotel.
Staff so friendly, they couldn't do enough for us. When I return to Dublin kildare hotel will definitely be the hotel for me! It's right in the centre of things as well.
Staff are excellent its clean and cosy in a prime location for sightseeing and shopping
Only problem with this hotel is that thereis no lift so if your on the 3rd floor youve a long walk hauling a case behind
Excellent location just few steps from Trinity college. Staff is very kind.
There is not lift.
Location & staff
rooms a bit small and no lifts.
Location: close to national Gallery, national Library, national Museum, Trinity College, Grafton street. Really nice, helpful, competent staff.
Nothing. If you have heavy luggage ask for room on first floor as there is no lift.
It has excellent locale and friendly staff, often helped us found our way. the bed is comfy clean all.
It was terribly noisy at night with the band in the bar downstairs, perhaps better if you're higher up but twas not nice on 1st floor. My first time with shared bath, was lucky most of the time but shared toilet when another guest is taking shower is awful! that is not the hotel's fault though.
Great location, comfy room, heat adequate, good facilities.
Found some hair on bedding, light outside was on all night and shone thru curtain a little, found a blouse in cupboard left by prev guest.
Location was excellent (near Grafton Street and Stephens Green). The staff were very friendly, nice lobby and rooms while not 5 star were clean and comfortable. Great value for the price we paid.
Very friendly staff clean and very good location
We liked the location. The staff was very helpful. We had a great meal at the restaurant for dinner.
We didn't like no elevator (lift). We didn't like the old drafty windows, the room and bathroom were very cold. There was a small space heater but it was hard to set up in the room except right next to the bed. Everything except the TV was unplugged when we entered.
The location of this hotel is the only reason to stay. The staff are quite good.
It is the worst hotel we stayed in during a 2 week business/holiday all over Ireland. Extraordinarily noisy, no heat in bathroom, cheap breakfast. Expensive room. Thankfully all 6 other hotels were excellent.
I would stay there again because the central location was very convenient and the staff were friendly and very helpful (the staff found me an alternative room immediately, on my request). It was clean even though a little well worn in places. Having somewhere onsite to eat and maybe have a drink is especially good for a solo traveller. These positives out-way the negatives.
In my room the shower was in front of a window and so despite the obscured glazing it wasn't a very relaxing experience! I didn't like the very low level of lighting in the room as both the overhead light and the dark, heavy shades on the lamps meant the room was always dim. Even in daytime the nets (now grey) hung inaccessibly between the window and the secondary glazing meant you couldn't even have proper daylight. It was quite noisy before midnight due to the bar downstairs and there did not seem to be any sound-proofing. The arrangement with the adjoining bar does mean that you can get breakfast or an evening meal and a drink quite conveniently but again its like eating in a nightclub or a cellar - no matter the time of day its extremely poor lighting in there, even reading the menu was a struggle - and not to mention all the high stools! you wouldn't want to linger in there (unlike the last time I stayed in this hotel a few years ago when I had a very pleasant evening in there with some free, local entertainment).
Staff were really nice and helpful. Great bar underneath with a great clientele and atmosphere.
Because I ate all that was offered at brecfeast I couldn't eat much more that day. One of the best breacfeast I've ever had in a Dublin hotel. Plus the young lady serving us was so nice and couldn't do enough. I had a slight hangover which she might of guessed, she kept loads of orange juice and coffee close by :) I'll be staying againg for sure on our nxt visit
The reception was excellent where by i arrived early for checking in as a guest & i was able to leave my case in the secure luggage room. The staff were a credit to the hotel in all areas.
I was not keen on sharing a bath room after some guests use of the showers, bath, wash basin, toilet & bath towels left dirty on the floor in a heap.
Clean, comfortable, excellent location, amazing value for money.
Beacause the Hotel is listed it had no lift and my elderly Mother and Aunt found there was a lot of steps but other than that we enjoyed our overnight stay
Blarney Inn bar was cosy, great food & excellent staff.
No iron in room & ironing board was an unusable table top contraption.
Everything except the breakfast, unfortunately
The length of time it took for us to be served our breakfast. We were down before the crowd and last served we waited well over 25 mins, what a pity but it did annoy me.
Central location but quite street away from noise of temple bar
Rip off price of 220 Euros a night for a room because it was a rugby weekend even though normal price for a room was 78 euros - made more outrageous by the fact that the greasy breakfast was not included in the price
Very friendly staff, helpful and supportive in any way!
No water pressure on the shower on third floor!
Great location. Good breakfast (although they need more staff on to get the breakfasts out more quickly and keep up with the flow of coffee etc.). Comfy room
Pricey, but it was a seriously busy weekend in Dublin due to various events and most places were fully booked.
Location is excellent.
When I checked in, my room was on third floor (no lift). The receptionist then gave me a room on first floor, huge two-storey room (spiral staircase), for up to six people. However, what she failed to mention was that it was right above the bar, which got very noisy as from ca. 6Pm. I could actually hear what people were saying, before the loud music kicked in, that is. The music/noise continued until ca. 3Am. Also (both!) bathrooms were freezing cold, no heating, cold tiles.
Room had single glazed sash window with gap at top thru which I could hear the constant droning of external industrial size air con units
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