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Maldron Hotel Parnell Square Dublin, Ireland

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Maldron Hotel Parnell Square Dublin, Ireland

from
€ 42
Parnell Square West
Town of Dublin
Ireland
4.2
Score from 36 reviews
With a city center location adjacent to Parnell Square, the Maldron Parnell is among the more convenient hotels in Dublin. Visitors are less than 1 mile from such popular destinations as Temple Bar, the Dublin Docklands, City Hall, Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral. Activities / Services: Parking, Non-Smoking Rooms, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests, Internet Services, Elevator, Safety Deposit Box, Design Hotel, Luggage Storage, Breakfast Buffet, Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included ...
Aoife  — 30.11.2011.
I've worked and stayed in hotels in Dublin for over 12 years. This hotelexceeded my expectations. I can't praise it enough and I'm usually quiteobjective, I wouldn't rush into praising or being critical of a hotelbut I can honestly say there was nothing I could fault. Over time hotelbecome dated, marks appear on the wall, light bulbs gone, nothing majorjust little things. That was the surprising thing, general wear and tearis expected but this hotel still looked fresh, the room was almostflawless (No back on the remote control - see I'm just trying to findsomething because I know no where is 100%). We ate in the restaurant -good food, very reasonable price but more than that the staff wereexceptional. We were served by a very helpful Irish guy - outstandinglyefficent and attentful. Breakfast was great the next morning, a wideselection of hot and cold buffet. I was almost an hour late checking outand there wasn't the usual hassling to get me out. (I've worked inhotels and I know the pr
Anonymous  — 16.11.2011.
The crepes at breakfast. Only. My stay cost €169 on a bed only basis which I thought was a ripoff. This is just a bare basic hotel which shouldn't command such a hefty rate for stay. On arrival despite spelling out my name the girl at reception still couldn't find my booking. I found that rather odd for a hotel with a computerized system like any other. They also charge about 8-9 euro for bfast if paid for at check-in which goes up to about 13 if paid for at breakfast. What I thought rather odd is that rather than tagging the bfast to your room/keycard they give you a tatty-looking little card to present to the bfast people. In the middle of Dublin!!! Furthermore, to park - if there are spaces - one has to get out of the car to go up and speak with the front desk via the intercom by the wall! Come on folks we're in 2011! Even the worst shopping malls in Europe have intercoms at driver level! Oh and the button for the lift in the basement doesn't work...ok maybe I'm clutching at string
Ian  — 2.11.2011.
The Hotel is conveniet to the city centre. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. The staff were very helpfull and young chidren were welcome and all the staff made time for them. The food was good value and very tasty. The rooms were quiet for a city centre hotel. Check out was easy and plesant. No hidden extras all costs were cleary explained. Have already booked a second stay for January and looking forward to it. Parking is an extra cost but good value in comparison to other hotels in the area. Public transport is right beside the hotel so no need for the car after parking it up.
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