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Destinations near town of Bray:
Dun Laoghaire (7)
~ 10km
Stillorgan (6)
~ 11km
 

Bray hotels

Ramada Woodland Court Hotel Bray, Ireland

from
€ 50
Southern Cross Road
Town of Bray
Ireland
4.1
Score from reviews
We are delighted to offer you a stylish hotel in Bray with a high quality of services at exceptional value,Some of our services:Spacious Ensuite Bedrooms - New Executive Wing and Conference Centre - Full Service Lounge and Restaurant - Deluxe Breakfast Buffet Daily - Room Service - Free Wireless Internet Access - Ample Free Car Parking - Attention to Detail and Friendly Customer Service. Off the M11 take the third exit for Bray (the Enniskerry, Bray, Greystones Exit) at the 1st roundabout follow the Ramada sign, at the 2nd roundabout follow the Greytones sign, the hotel is just. Follow the N11 and take the third exit for Bray, (the Enniskerry, Bray, Greystones Exit) Follow the hotel sign at the first roundabout, at the 2nd roundabout follow the Greystones sign. (the Enniskerry, Bray Greystones Exit) Follow the hotel sign at the 1st roundabout at the 2nd roundabout follow the sign for Greystones, the hotel is 1 km from N11 motorway.

Best Western Esplanade Hotel Bray, Ireland

from
€ 38
Strand Road
Town of Bray
Ireland
3.8
Score from reviews
Rates displayed are for single or double occupancy per room per night based on the number of adults requested. This Bray, County Wicklow hotel is situated on the seafront and offers convenient access into the heart of nearby Dublin. Enjoy the Old World charm and historical elegance of County Wicklow while staying at the Best Western Esplanade Hotel. Situated on one of Ireland's beautiful seafronts, this Bray hotel features 94 well-appointed guest rooms, some offering beautiful views of the sea. Guests will find themselves steps from both the relaxing Bray Beach and the Sealife indoor aquarium. The friendly, helpful staff at the Best Western Esplanade Hotel is ready to ensure a fun-filled memorable stay in Bray, County Wicklow. Take the M50 Toll Plaza southbound for 13 kilometers, then toll plaza for 0. , Recreation:, Nearby Cities:, Local Attractions:, Transportation:.
John  — 7.1.2012.
We have stayed at the esplanade on several occasions both with childrenand adults. I think that this hotel is one of the best we have everstayed in . between the house staff which very rarely get a mention inany hotel ,very efficient .reception staff very good, any thing youwanted they went out of their way to look after you . the bar staff evenif they were very busy made you feel at home . and very friendly .alanand anthony which we met on our last visit were top notch.nothing wastoo much will be going back very soon thanks to the staff
Anonymous  — 22.1.2012.
The room was as clean as can be expected for an old building. We werehappy that we got the victorian part of the hotel as it was cozy andvery warm at night (homely). The hotel is right on the seafront, so ifyou have small kids it is ideal. After the first night we actually gotused to the sound of the train and slept soundly, the kids were actuallyexcited about hearing the train.We would probably stay there again, thekids relaxed after the first night. Plenty of hot water too.
Una  — 24.1.2012.
I loved the location,the hotel was lovely and the views whereexcellent.everyone we spoke to at the hotel were so friendly,jessica thereceptionist was so friendly and couldnt do enough for us.i willrecommend this hotel to all my friends and people in general.we hadnight life and resturants right on our doorstep,plus the weather was onour side we will be back and thanks again for an enjoyable stay also thefood was execellent nearly forgot to mention that. Lorna chambers

The Royal Hotel & Leisure Centre Bray, Ireland

from
€ 38
Main Street
Town of Bray
Ireland
3.6
Score from reviews
Location Overlooking the Dargle River, the Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre Wicklow is located in the heart of the coastal resort of Bray.
Anonymous  — 12.12.2011.
First experience was disappointing. A leaking radiator soaked a portionof the room's carpeting. We were offered the option of moving to twosmaller rooms, as no room was available to accomodate three guests atthe time. We declined to move, waiting until the next day to be moved toa large enough (triple) room. We waited throughout the day, until after5:00pm before the staff relocated us to that room. The delay was due tothe need to clean the new room -- a delay that was never explained orjustified. That room was lovely - but it overlooked two busy roadwayswith a good deal of late night pedestrian (bar) traffic. A second stayat the hotel, a week later, was fine. All in all, this is an acceptablehotel, priced reasonably, all things considered. But it is neither royalnor luxurious.
Carmel  — 31.10.2011.
What i enjoy most about the Royal Hotel, Bray is that it has an excellent Pool and Jacuzzi, the jacuzzi is very relaxing, especially after a long day's shopping. The hotel has a friendly atmosphere, suitable for all ages and is only a few minutes walk from the sea and promenade. I have stayed in the Royal Hotel on at least four occasions in the last few years and have enjoyed it on each occasion. I have brought family members and friends to stay there also, all of whom enjoyed it and have already returned or will return to stay there in the future. The staff are very professional and friendly and the food is excellent. I would highly reccoment this hotel to everyone.
Ann  — 21.12.2011.
The staff are so friendly and helpful. The reception area is lovely andusually has a big fire lighting. the bedrooms are large and the beds are so so comfortable. bathrooms are lovely and of course there is tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms. breakfast is really good and the lady who serves it is absolutly lovely. \the hotel is central to dublin city, and the walk along the cliff from bray to greystones is a must for anyone staying there. if you dont like noise ask for a room to the back. we love the royal hotel and have returned there so many times and we always find it lovely. would recommend this hotel

The Martello Hotel Bray, Ireland

from
€ 52
Strand Road
Town of Bray
Ireland
3.8
Score from reviews
Situated in Bray, The Martello Hotel is close to Bray Beach, National Sealife Centre, and Bray Heritage Centre. The property has designated areas for smoking. Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Welcome to The Martello Hotel situated in a stunning location giving breathtaking views across the Irish Sea and the imposing Bray Head. The Martello Hotel Bray provides 25 en-suite hotel bedrooms and 19 self-catering apartments, ideal for those on any budget.
Irenka  — 3.2.2012.
the service in the hotel was excellent, I had some trouble with the noise coming from the function room, they immediately moved me to another room or actually another apartment, with no extra charge what so ever. The teras on front is very nice, pre heated and there are always other people around. I didn't eat breakfast in the hotel, but I did have some nice dinners... the deserts are great. The staff is very friendly and very hardworking people. It is near the dart station, the beach is in front of the hotel and there is also a very nice hicking route to greystones. And you are in the village within a 5 minute walk. I hope I am able to come back next year.
Margaret  — 3.1.2012.
We stayed at the Martello while attending the IL Divo concert in Kilruddery. We do not have one negative comment about our experience. It reminded us of a hotel in holiday resorts in Europe-the friendliness and helpfullness of the staff was incredible.Their food is some of the best we have ever eaten and excellent value for money. After the concert we came back to a packed hotel with a fantastic band playing and food being served until 2 am.Everyone was in great form and the natives were very friendly towards us. Breakfast next day was fab with seven choices. It was a great experience. We would definitely stay in this hotel and would highly recommend it
Anonymous  — 22.1.2012.
Good location along the Bray coastline. We stayed in an apartment styleroom which we didn't expect which was a bonus. This had separate livingroom/kitchen to the bedroom which was very well fitted. The staff at thereception desk, bar and hotel restaurant were very friendly and helpfulwhich gave an overall nice atmosphere in the hotel.

Bray b&b / guest accommodation

Brides Glen Farmhouse Shankill, Bray, Ireland

Loughlinstown Shankill County Dublin
Town of Bray
Ireland
0.0
Score from reviews
General: Bar / Lounge, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer. Activities: Garden. Services: 24 Hour Reception. Parking: Parking is available.

Crofton Bray Head Inn, Ireland

Strand Road Bray Wicklow County
Town of Bray
Ireland
0.0
Score from reviews
Location The Crofton Bray Head Inn is situated on the seafront, under the Bray Head Mountain, in Bray town, which is on the East coast, just 25 kilometres South of Dublin and with convenient access to Dun Laoghaire. Rooms Accommodation is always a source of comfort and pleasure at the Crofton Bray Head Inn where you will find all the everyday essentials required for a convenient stay. The Crofton Bray Head Inn is situated on the seafront, under the Bray Head Mountain, in Bray town, which is on the East coast, just 25 kilometres South of Dublin and with convenient access to Dun Laoghaire.
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Latchfords Apartments Dublin, Ireland

from
€ 54
99/100 Lower Baggot Street
Town of Dublin
Ireland
4.2
Score from reviews
Latchford's provides the comforts of a hotel, with the privacy of an apartment. Located opposite the head office of the Bank of Ireland, and in the centre of Dublin's established business district, the hotel offers an ideal opportunity for the business traveller. Activities / Services: Parking, Non-Smoking Rooms, Free Parking, Internet Services, Luggage Storage, Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included, Designated Smoking Area ... Dublin Gaiety Theatre, Dublin city centre, Dart Station and Luas South Bound are also 10 minutes walking distance away. Christchurch Cathedral and Dublin Castle are 25 minutes walking distance away. Dublin City Tour ‘Hop On, Hop Off’ bus has a bus stop located on Merrion Square, a 5-minute walk away.
Olga  — 23.10.2011.
The hotel is situated really not far from the centre - it took us 10-15minutes to walk to Trinity colledge. Tasty breakfast - but may bethat's normal for Ireland - we had breakfast in 5 different places &all were perfect. Very friendly & polite staff - they didn't desagreewhen we decided to move to another hotel after the first night & evengave us a discount.
Susan  — 18.10.2011.
Centrally located yet not in too noisy or scary part of town. Breakfastsare good- we could either choose a traditional Irish breakfast orcontinental which was better than what you would expect for the latter.Pleasant and accommodating. The shower had great water pressure and gotreally hot. Better than other hotels/B&Bs we've tried lately.
Anonymous  — 8.12.2011.
Location ideal in between Baggot Street pubs and Lansdowne Road for the rugby match that we came to Dublin for. Friendly staff. Otherwise just a functional B+B with tired bathrooms. At 150 euros a night, fairly steep, but not out of step with other Dublin prices for this premium weekend.

Wingate Hibernian Hotel Dublin, Ireland

Eastmoreland Place
Town of Dublin
Ireland
0.0
Score from reviews
Created In Late Nineteenth Century The Hibernian Hotel Is A Truly Magnificent Red Brick Victorian Boutique Hotel. Whether Visiting Dublin For Business Or Leisure The Hibernian Is A True Oasis To Relax And Experience The Magic Of Dublin. Hibernian Hotel Dublin Offers A Selection Of Individually Furnished And Styled Executive Guest Rooms And Junior Suites Restaurant Patrick Kavanagh The Boardroom For Private Meetings Or Private Dining. depart Belfast And Follow Singposting For A1 m1 Dublin Traveling Via Newry And Along M1 To Dublin. Activities / Services: Parking, Newspapers, Babysitting/Child Services, Continental Breakfast, Breakfast in the Room, Internet Services, Express Check-In/Check-Out, Safety Deposit Box, Currency Exchange, Hiking, Car Rental, Luggage Storage, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN, Gay Friendly, Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included, All Public and Private spaces non-smoking, Airconditioning, Designated Smoking Area ...
Siobhan  — 21.12.2011.
The room itself. It's a well thought out hotel. Comfort is paramount andmy room was very elegant. The hotel is clearly designed for those whoappreciate interesting design. Attention to detail is evidenteverywhere. The ladies toilets downstairs are worth a visit. The lightfitments and effects throughout are superb. It's a wonderful weekendaway hotel. It's quiet, central and boutique in style. Would highlyrecommend it if they resolve the gouging tendency that's evident at theedges......perhaps it's due to the crisis - but it's off putting.
Anonymous  — 26.1.2012.
I stayed at the Dylan with my sister last weekend and from start to finish our experience was exemplary. The hostess discovered it was my birthday and presented us with complimentary cocktails. We stayed in a beautiful room and the service we received from all the staff at the hotel was phenomenal. The hotel itself is luxurious in every aspect and we cannot wait to return again soon.
William  — 20.10.2011.
The room was very quiet although we were in the city. The front deskstaff was most helpful with recomendations for dinner , trave in andoutof the city and friendliness. We were made to feel very special evenas ordinary holiday travelers not as regular business persons might feelas repeated guests. It was a pleasurable 4 days in Dublin.

Moorings Apartments Dublin, Ireland

from
€ 108
Fitzwilliam Quay, Dublin 4
Town of Dublin
Ireland
3.0
Score from reviews
Set in the heart of Dublin, these comfortable apartments are ideally located for RDS, the New O2 Arena and Landsdowne Road, Trinity, O'Connell Street and the vibrant Temple Bar. All Your Home From Home Apartments are located in Dublin 4, with a variety of shops, restaurants and amenities on the doorstep. These spacious luxury apartments are situated within 20 minutes walk of Dublin city centre and close to shops and supermarkets. All Your Home From Home Apartments are located in Dublin 4, with a variety of shops, restaurants and amenities on the doorstep. Activities / Services: Parking, Family Rooms, Hiking, Heating, Fax/Photocopying, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN ...
Adrian  — 28.12.2011.
Excellent location, really nice accomodation, spacious, great value for money. We booked a 2 bed apartment and we were upgraded to a 3 bed detached house within the complex. Very clean, a lovely property. The checking in process was excellent too, as it always is! We use 'Home from Home' a lot and always receive top service and accomodation, we will continue to use them in the future too.
Nathan  — 23.12.2011.
This Apartment is amazing. It was the size of a house. In a great location next to the lightrail. Very secure building. When I arrived there was an unoccupied apartment next door that had a smoke detector beeping. I called Your Home From Home even thought they had no way to get access to the apartment they tracked down the owner and got the beeping to stop.
Anonymous  — 20.11.2011.
This apartment was lovely. It was definitely like a home from home. Really comfortable furniture and had everything you needed. It was like a 4 star hotel room in the form of an apartment. It was a reasonable price and would recommend it to anyone. I stayed with a group of friends but would be suitable for a family also.
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