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Destinations near town of Dun Laoghaire:
Stillorgan (6)
~ 4km
Bray (6)
~ 10km
Dublin (261)
~ 10km
 

Dun Laoghaire hotels

Rochestown hotel Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

from
€ 69
Rochestown Avenue
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
4.0
Score from reviews
The Rochestown Lodge Hotel & Spa is ideally located in Dun Laoghaire, which is a beautiful seaside town on the south east coast of Dublin. Theres-ns something to do for people of all ages! The hotel is ideally located near to great attractions just outside Dun Laoghaire, here are a few popular attractions: Dundrum Shopping Centre (15min drive); Dun Laoghaire Ferry Terminal (5min drive); Leopardstown Horse Racing Course (5min drive), and the RDS and O2 arenas are within 20min drive.

Kingston Hotel Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

from
€ 45
Adelaide Street
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
3.8
Score from reviews
Situated in Dun Laoghaire, Kingston Hotel is close to James Joyce Tower, Dalkey Heritage Centre, and Killiney Hill Park. Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges. Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Fáilte assigns an official star rating for hotels in Ireland. Buffet breakfast fee: EUR 10. 00 per person (approximate amount) . All are very comfortable, many offering stunning views across the bay. This hotel stands proudly overlooking the harbour of Dun Laoghaire and Dublin Bay. The DART train station leading to Dublin city centre is just a 2 minute walk, with the train transfer just 15 minutes to the heart of the city. The wooden decor in the pub create a real Irish atmosphere . A yellow maritime style building, with its own gardens in front.
Anonymous  — 21.11.2011.
I found the staff to be very polite and helpful, anything I asked forwas provided. The location is fantastic - close to a dart station whichbrings you to the city centre or to the northside of Dublin. Thecoastline south of Dunlaoghaire is beautiful, and it is convenient towalk from the hotel. We were staying there for a sailing event - thereare two sailing clubs directly across the road from this hotel. It's avery reasonably priced well located hotel - it's not luxurious, butyou'll pay extra for luxury.
Anonymous  — 14.11.2011.
This hotel is clean, comfortable with good basic food. The rooms are alittle dated but fits in with the general appearance of the hotel. Thelocal community use the bar for meetings and there was a 'trad-jazznight. So there was an opportunity to meet the 'Irish'. It is ideal forthe Dart to Dublin for shopping site-seeing etc. The town of DunLaoghaire with its harbour is very pretty.
Sue  — 21.11.2011.
An old hotel with plenty of character and good old-fashioned feel andservice. Absolute beachfront overlooking the quay at Dun Laoghaire andwe were lucky enough to get one of the rooms facing the coast. Meals inthe bar were great in value and taste. Very happy overall. Would notsuit people who want all the sterile bells and whistles offered by manynewer hotels.

Royal Marine Hotel Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

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€ 57
Marine Road
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
4.5
Score from reviews
This four-acre Dublin hotel is 1. Business amenities include a business center, wireless Internet access, and meeting rooms for small groups. The Royal Marine Hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Amenities featured in guestrooms include refrigerators, hair dryers, and coffee/tea makers. Guestrooms have LCD televisions with pay movies. Special requests cannot be guaranteed. Hardy's Bar - Relaxed, informal bar with modern design, split-level floors, and soft lighting. Since 1828 a hotel has occupied the site now occupied by the Royal Marine Hotel. The old Hayes Royal Hotel was incorporated into the design, but later demolished in the 1960*s. The new developed Royal Marine Hotel first opened its doors for business in 1865 and has been a Dublin institution ever since. The Hotel closed for extensive re-development in 2004 and is due to re-open in March 2007 for what will be a new phase in the history of this landmark hotel. The new Hotel will be fully restored to its former glory, but will also include many additional services and facilities today's guests have come to expect. Leisure centre featuring an 18metre infinity pool and state of the art fitness equipment. The Spa at the Royal Marine Hotel will be an oasis of calm and tranquility featuring 9 treatment rooms, wet and dry relaxation areas.
Carol  — 20.1.2012.
The bedroom and bathroom were spacious, clean and modern whilst the location of the hotel was ideal i.e., walking distance to the shops, pier and resturants. I also loved the lovely grounds of the hotel. The reception staff were excellent. I stayed with a number of other people down for a surprise birthday do and each of them shared with me that they breakfasted outside of the hotel as they found the price of the breakfast expensive - perhaps a competitively priced menu of breakfast options would be useful to offer as I know if the breakfast was priced at a more reasonable rate then most of us would have breakfasted in the hotel - having said this I found the price of the room competitively priced - my point is a competitively priced breakfast menu may be an opporunity to increase revenue for the hotel.
Norman  — 3.1.2012.
Stayed at hotel several years ago and knew location was superb beingnear to 'dart' ,making travelling to Dublin city centre etc.easy. Firsttime back since renovations carried out and hotel is just lovely -Beautiful building, Curteous friendly staff, extremely comfortable roomswith very comfortable beds and fridge (a boon in the summer). AlthoughBreakfast was buffet the food was very fresh and didn't seem to havebeen lying around long. Food in both Hardy's bar and the main restaurantwas also very good. Didn't get a chance this break to use spa /swimmingpool but hope to the next time. Parking facilities very good. Will beback if the price is right.
Anonymous  — 11.1.2012.
I had no expectation about the hotel as I remember it years ago when itwas quite old fashioned. Our room was very modern, spotlessly clean andspacious. The style in the hotel is quite unique, whoever designed ithas cleverly chosen furniture and colours that are not the usual look ofa 4 star hotel. The staff were very friendly, especially in the HealthClub. Overall, we had a very comfortable stay there and would go back.

Harbor Bar & Grill Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

from
€ 39
6-7 Marine Lower Road
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
3.9
Score from reviews
Harbor Bar & Grill Dun Laoghaire: Clean rooms, Great location, Excellent service. General: Private Bathroom, Private Toilet.
Carol  — 13.1.2012.
The bedroom and bathroom were spacious, clean and modern whilst the location of the hotel was ideal i.e., walking distance to the shops, pier and resturants. I also loved the lovely grounds of the hotel. The reception staff were excellent. I stayed with a number of other people down for a surprise birthday do and each of them shared with me that they breakfasted outside of the hotel as they found the price of the breakfast expensive - perhaps a competitively priced menu of breakfast options would be useful to offer as I know if the breakfast was priced at a more reasonable rate then most of us would have breakfasted in the hotel - having said this I found the price of the room competitively priced - my point is a competitively priced breakfast menu may be an opporunity to increase revenue for the hotel.
Norman  — 1.2.2012.
Stayed at hotel several years ago and knew location was superb beingnear to 'dart' ,making travelling to Dublin city centre etc.easy. Firsttime back since renovations carried out and hotel is just lovely -Beautiful building, Curteous friendly staff, extremely comfortable roomswith very comfortable beds and fridge (a boon in the summer). AlthoughBreakfast was buffet the food was very fresh and didn't seem to havebeen lying around long. Food in both Hardy's bar and the main restaurantwas also very good. Didn't get a chance this break to use spa /swimmingpool but hope to the next time. Parking facilities very good. Will beback if the price is right.
Anonymous  — 8.12.2011.
I had no expectation about the hotel as I remember it years ago when itwas quite old fashioned. Our room was very modern, spotlessly clean andspacious. The style in the hotel is quite unique, whoever designed ithas cleverly chosen furniture and colours that are not the usual look ofa 4 star hotel. The staff were very friendly, especially in the HealthClub. Overall, we had a very comfortable stay there and would go back.

Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel Dublin Killiney, Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

from
€ 88
At the brow of Killiney Hill
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
0.0
Score from reviews
Perched on the brow of Killiney Hill, this hotel occupies an 18th-century Irish castle on the south Dublin coast. Central Dublin is 14 km (8. Afternoon tea and evening cocktails are served in the Library Bar. Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel offers evening turndown service. Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Special requests cannot be guaranteed. Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel also offers a wide selection of fitness classes and programs, including yoga, Pilates, aqua-aerobics, core conditioning, and an outdoor running club. Special requests cannot be guaranteed. Recipient of an AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence, PJ's Restaurant offers a continental and full Irish breakfast, served 7 days a week, and a delicious lunch menu is available on Sunday. Take the third exit off the roundabout up Avondale road.
Therese  — 20.12.2011.
The restaurant in the dungeon was fabulous.wifi very frustrating as youcould only have one device. So when traveling with kindle, iPhone forwork emails and iPad for general it was frustrating that you could onlylog one device. Crap really and the same wifi was at the Holyroodapartment in Edinburgh used the same wifi provider
Anonymous  — 1.2.2012.
During our short stay it provided an excellent base from which to enjoythe surrounding area and especially the delightful village of Dalkey.This was enhanced by the wonderful facilities & superb comfort of thehotel. Hope to return soon.
Anonymous  — 19.1.2012.
A lovely hotel that's good for a family holiday. Nicely located for walks and coffee shops and city centre isn't too far away either. Rooms are huge and very comfortable.

Dun Laoghaire b&b / guest accommodation

Brookville Guesthouse Dublin Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

from
€ 65
Brookville Park, Blackrock
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
4.6
Score from reviews
Brookville Guesthouse Dublin Dun Laoghaire: Tasty breakfast, Great location, Excellent service. General: Room Service, Pet Friendly, Bar / Lounge, Air Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Refrigerator, Cable / Satellite TV, Kitchenette, Coffee / Tea Maker, Microwave, Hair Dryer, TV, CD Player, DVD Player, Shower. Activities: Tour Desk, Massage / Beauty Centre, Sauna, Bath / Hot Tub, Spa bath / Jacuzzi, Garden. Services: Business Center, 24 Hour Reception, Babysitting / Child Services, Currency Exchange, Safe-Deposit Box, Secretarial Service, Meeting Rooms, Laundry service, Desk, Direct dial phone. Internet: High-speed Internet is available at this hotel. Parking: The hotel has free parking. Valet parking is offered at the hotel. There is an airport shuttle that runs from the hotel.
Scott  — 11.12.2011.
We were a party of 6 adults and we were treated wonderful by our hosts.Easy access to the bus system and assistance upon arrival and departure. You will enjoy the breakfast and the friendly, welcoming, feeling. One evening we were at the bus stop about 50 meters away and Liam came outside to make sure we were headed in the direction we needed to go. They were very helpful especially getting us reservations at Johnnie Foxes. Make sure to ask Liam to book your reservations early. We had a great time. Remember to ask them about getting tickets for the Hop On & Off bus tour.
Neil  — 22.2.2012.
Convenient location for visiting family near by and very friendly, helpful staff. Outstanding standard of accomodation for a B&B. Very clean, spacious and comfortable. Bathroom was large and well appointed with everything you expect to see in a top class hotel room an more. I stayed the previous week at the Hilton in Belfast and this B&B was to a much higher standard than that. My one night stay was too short to try the Hot Tub but it looked very inviting. I will use this guest house next time I visit the area.
Anonymous  — 23.12.2011.
We loved the welcoming atmosphere of this B&B. The room was not very big but it had everything needed inside. The breakfast was really good, with lots of fresh fruits and various types of cereals (we do not usually have a full breakfast). It is a bit far from Dublin's centre but it has a bus stop very close by. Also, while the location looks suburban the B&B itself has a very nice garden which can be very well enjoyed at breakfast, from the conservatory.

Tara Hall Bed & Breakfast Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

from
€ 46
24 Sandycove Road,
Town of Dun Laoghaire
Ireland
3.0
Score from reviews
The Tara Hall Hotel is located in Dun Laoghaire making it one of the best hotels to stay at while in town. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Guests can experience the high standards of comfort while staying at this luxury Dun Laoghaire hotel with everything they need right on the site such as shops, business center, pets allowed. For your reservation at the Tara Hall Hotel Dun Laoghaire, please choose your period of stay and fill out our secure online booking form.
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