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Laragh hotels

Lynhams Hotel Laragh, Ireland

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€ 110
Laragh
Town of Laragh
Ireland
4.4
Score from reviews
With its central location, Lynhams Hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Laragh. Hotel facilities offered at this Laragh accommodation include shops, bar/pub, laundry service/dry cleaning, restaurant, room service. This hotel is characterized by a combination of modern comfort and traditional element of Laragh, making it a distinct accommodation. For your reservation at the Lynhams Hotel Laragh, please select your dates of stay and fill in our secure online booking form.

The Glendalough Hotel Laragh, Ireland

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€ 55
Glendalough
Town of Laragh
Ireland
0.0
Score from reviews
The Glendalough Hotel Laragh: Great location, Excellent service, Superb dining. General: Restaurant, Bar / Lounge, Non-Smoking Rooms, Cots. Activities: Billiards, Dart Board. Services: Elevator / Lift, Banquet Facilities, Photocopier, Facsimile. Internet: Wireless internet on site. Parking: The hotel has free parking.
Anonymous  — 1.2.2012.
The location of the hotel was excellent. The receptionist was extremelyhelpful and arranged a reservation and transport to a nearbyrestauraunt for us.There was an outdoor snack and bbq area which was agreat idea for visitors to the area who wanted to grab a snack at quitereasonable prices.
Laurie  — 27.1.2012.
This hotel is lovely, and is adjacent to the Glendalough monastery ruins - we walked through the ruins in the early moening before tour buses arrived. There are beautiful hiking trails right from the hotel. We had a light dinner and the food was very good. What a beautiful setting.
Debra  — 15.2.2012.
The best part of staying at this hotel was the nature walk that webooked when we arrived. It was advertised in the hotel lobby; Excellenttour of the surrounding area and the Glendalough ruins/lakesFood in thedining room was delicious.

Accommodation near Laragh

Lansdowne Hotel Dublin, Ireland

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€ 39
27/29 Pembroke Road Ballsbridge
Town of Dublin
Ireland
4.0
Score from reviews
Lansdowne Hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin is set in the heart of Georgian Dublin; we are just a short stroll from the Lansdowne Road stadium, the RDS and Dublin city's main shopping and business district. Located in Ballsbridge and only 10 minutes walk from Dublin City, this 3-star boutique Dublin hotel is family-owned. Downstairs at the Lansdowne Hotel Dublin, you will find one of Dublin's finest drinking emporiums "The Den Bar". The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin is surrounded by fine taverns and good ale. The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin is set in the heart of the prestigious Dublin 4, making it the ideal choice for the business user. The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin currently plays host to a large number of conferences for numerous global Blue Chip Companies.

Dublin Citi Hotel, Ireland

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€ 32
46 - 49 Dame Street
Town of Dublin
Ireland
3.7
Score from reviews
The Dublin Citi Hotel is a three star hotel, located next door to the Central Bank on the edge of Temple Bar, and within sight of Trinity College. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation and good food which is served in a relaxing and cosmopolitan environment. The Dublin Citi Hotel is the ideal base for both the business traveller or those just wishing to taste a slice of cosmopolitan Dublin life! Transportation From the Airport:(1)Start out at Dublin Airport,Dublin(2)At roundabout take the 2nd exit(3)At Airport Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the M1 (signposted Dublin) (4)At roundabout take the 2nd exit, then join the M1 motorway (signposted Dublin) (5)Continue forward onto Swords Road - N1 (signposted M1 City Centre) Entering Dublin (6)At traffic signals continue forward onto Drumcondra Road Lower - N1 (signposted City Centre) (7)At traffic signals turn left onto Gardiner Street Upper - R802(8)Turn left onto the R105(9)At traffic signals continue forward onto the R105 to cross River Liffey(10)Turn right onto Georges Quay - R105 (signposted The North, The West, The South) (11)At traffic signals continue forward onto Burgh Quay - R105 (signposted The West (N4 - N6), The South (N7 - N9(12)Turn left(13)Turn left onto D'Olier Street - N11(14)Turn right onto College Green - N81(15)Turn right(16)Turn right onto College Green - N81(17) Arrive at The Dublin Citi Hotel!. Activities / Services: Internet Services, 24-Hour Front Desk, Restaurant, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN ...
Julie  — 12.11.2011.
There were 2 couples in our group and our friends got a lovely bright modern room that looked like it had recently been modernised (room 305) on the other hand we got a room that smelled of stale smoke with a broken curtain rail and bed, with old fashioned furnishings (room 304). We couldn't get another room that night due to the hotel being fully booked but they moved us for the second night to a room that was light and fresh but still had the old fashioned decor but it was night and day compared to the first room. All in all I have to say we all had a great time in Dublin and the location of this hotel is perfect but a bit noisy at night due to it's proximity to temple bar but we all slept great. We would return to this hotel but would specify we not to have an ex smoking room and if possible a newly furnished one.
Trudi  — 18.11.2011.
Great location to explore the city. A basic, clean hotel which offers good value for money. Attached bar has live music some nights which was great quality and both adults and teenagers in our party enjoyed. We took breakfast option when we booked but although ok, not the tastiest or great food choice available although it did go on ti 11.30 which was appreciated among the sleepy of us! All in all, good for the price, city break hotel. Great night life/restaurants and shops on your doorstep and short bus ride away from all tourist attractions. We used the open top tourist bus which stops just up the road and loved it. We loved Dublin and will def return!
Maurice  — 12.1.2012.
On arrival at the Dublin Citi Hotel on Monday afternoon, (having just flown in from Malaga, Spain), I was told that my booking had been transferred to Blooms Hotel, Anglesea Street, Temple Bar. Just round thee corner, this hotel suited me perfectly - and my comments above refer to this hotel. Since I had booked by Email, I feel that with a little foresight, the staff at Dublin Citi Hotel could have informed me of the change of Hotel before my arrival in Ireland. For my next visit I would be very happy to stay at Blooms again. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to make these coments

Belvedere Hotel Dublin, Ireland

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€ 35
Great Denmark Street, off Parnell Square
Town of Dublin
Ireland
3.9
Score from reviews
An ideal hotel in Dublin for a business traveler, the Belvedere Dublin is less than a mile from the commercial, government and financial districts. The Belvedere Dublin Hotel is located on Great Denmark Street and is approximately five miles from the Dublin International Airport. The Belvedere Hotel Dublin offers all guests many facilities and services to enjoy during their stay, and these include meeting and conference facilities, a tour desk, on-site parking, popular bar and lounge, in-house restaurant, room service, and child care services. Situated in the heart of Georgian Dublin, adjacent to Parnell Square and just two minutes walk from O'Connell Street - Dublin's main thoroughfare, the Belvedere hotel is the perfect location for a Dublin city break. From the hotel all of Dublin's major tourist attractions are accessible on foot including Museums, parks and historic sites. You can shop till you drop in Ireland's finest shopping districts including Grafton Street & Henry Street or enjoy Dublin's famous nightlife with the Temple Bar district just a stone's throw from the hotel.

Temple Bar Hotel Dublin, Ireland

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€ 44
Fleet Street, Temple Bar
Town of Dublin
Ireland
4.0
Score from reviews
This Dublin accommodation is conveniently located, providing easy access to a variety of destinations for leisure and business travelers. Guests of the Temple Bar Hotel Fleet Street can walk to the National Art Gallery, Jameson Distillery, Grafton Street, Dublin Castle, Guinness Storehouse, and nearby golfing. Getting to and from the hotel is easy, with the Dublin International Airport just seven miles away. Dining The hotel's Terrace Restaurant has a distinctive conservatory style which offers a bright and welcoming venue located on the ground floor of the hotel. Complemented by a comprehensive wine list and with the service of the attentive staff, the Terrace Restaurant in Temple Bar Hotel Dublin is the ideal place to enjoy a great meal in relaxed surroundings. Temple Bar Hotel Dublin is the most centrally located hotel in Dublin. Activities / Services: Parking, Restaurant, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, 24-Hour Front Desk, Breakfast in the Room, Internet Services, Elevator, Currency Exchange, Fax/Photocopying, Luggage Storage ...
Anonymous  — 5.2.2012.
Staff were excellent. Very friendly and couldn't do enough for you. Thelocation also was excellent. Right in the hub of it all. The room was avery good size. It was at the end of a corridor, and from the hotel planI could see that it was bigger than most. The room was very comfortablewith tv, hair dryer, tea & coffee making facilities, trouser press, lotsof mirrors, plenty of storage, comfortable bed, extra towels [with noextra charge] if required. Breakfast was self-service and included Full-English and Continental breakfast. There was lots to choose from. Thehotel far exceeded my expectation and I will definitely use it againwhen I come back. My main requirement was staying somewhere central. Buthaving stayed here this hotel ticks many other boxes too.
Sinead  — 18.12.2011.
arrived at hotel and booked in with no hassle at all! receptionist was very nice. went up to our room only to discover they had given us an Executive Room. couldn't believe the size of it and the size of the bed - it was massive and very comfortable! Had a mini fridge, hifi, dvd player and loads of room. we were delighted with that!! and even though the hotel is in the heart of Temple Bar in the middle of the night life, it was so quiet at night, we heard no street noise at all! We will deffinatley be coming back again!
Anonymous  — 29.10.2011.
Spacious lobby open late unlike others who keep you waiting in the coldif you return late at night. Welcoming atmosphere with the feel of how ahotel should be. Fast and efficient lift. Good breakfast due to widechoice and pleasant staff. Good sized room with kettle (another hotelclose by doesn't have this, this was the deciding factor in booking thishotel!) which is nice when you have been out and return for a rest, whenit is not there you miss it. Well done Temple Bar Hotel.

Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge Dublin, Ireland

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€ 50
Merrion Road
Town of Dublin
Ireland
4.2
Score from reviews
Bewley's Hotel Ballsbridge is next to the RDS Arena in the heart of Dublin's exclusive business district and embassy belt. This hotel, located on the corner of Merrion and Simmonscourt road next to the RDS Arena and convenient to Dublin City Centre makes an ideal base whatever your reason for travelling to this great city. The hotel is fully serviced by Aircoach running daily from Dublin Airport arrivals hall and is only a five minute walk from Sandymount station. The hotels strategic location at the heart of one of Dublin's exclusive business districts, within the embassy belt and close to Dublin City's most popular tourist attractions makes it a perfect choice for business and leisure travelers alike. Situated so close to Dublin city centre the hotel provides an ideal base for visiting this great city's many tourist attractions for example Grafton Street, The Guinness Store House and Trinity College. 1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop, 1 minute walk to the nearest metro station (sandymount), 11 kms to the nearest airport (dublin), 3 kms to city centre, Close to the station (sandymount), Close to the trade fair ground (royal dublin showgrounds). Activities / Services: Newspapers, Garden, Terrace, Non-Smoking Rooms, Business Centre, Internet Services, Safety Deposit Box, Car Rental ...
Anne  — 23.12.2011.
I tried to change my booking by a week, as the mother of my travling compainion died. The hotel would not do this, a were still going to charge for the room, so I had to come with out my companion, for this reason alone I will not stay in this hotel again and I will be advising others not to stay also. I do realise that hotels are having difficulty in the recession, however it is beyond belief that the booking could not be changed due to an unexpected family death. My friends mother was Mrs. Breada Seymour of Nenagh Co.Tipperary and died on Sunday morning(if ye want to check). The excuse used by the person on the desk was hotel policy.....bollacks......We had the trip planned as a summer treat for our selves and our two sons, as due to economic difficulty this was the only holiday we could affoard this year. Such a pity that my friend missed this because the hotel would not change the date. We both work with the general public and often recommend hotels to tourists...in the case of th
Anonymous  — 6.1.2012.
We thoroughly enjoyed our three-nights stay at Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge. It's conveniently close to downtown Dublin (3 different bus lines stop right in front of the hotel) and two bus stops (or a short walk) away from a major supermarket. The metro train also is just a few minutes away from the hotel as well. The hotel is located in an embassy-laden (ritzy!) neighborhood, right next to the Royal Dublin Society center. Service was excellent all around. The hotel was well-insulated and thus quiet. We did not eat breakfast there because it was too expensive, but there is a little convenience mart five minutes away that sells fruit, croissants, rolls, coffee, yoghurt, juices, etc. We would return anytime.
Anne  — 25.1.2012.
Our stay at the Bewleys Hotel was very pleasant. When we arrived, which was late on Friday evening, we had the opportunity to get food and refreshments. Our room was clean, bright, spacious and comfortable. It was also located in a quiet part of the hotel, which suited us both. The staff were very friendly. On enquiring from Ross who was on Reception on Friday night about entertainment in the area, he went to a lot of trouble and wrote out a list of venues for us to consider attending on Saturday evening. The Hotel had very relaxed atmosphere. We would certainly consider returning in the future.

Kelly's Hotel Dublin, Ireland

from
€ 59
36 South Great Georges Street
Town of Dublin
Ireland
3.9
Score from reviews
Kellys Hotel Dublin, is the sharpest new urban hotel in the heart of Dublin's City Centre. Brought to you by the same mindset that has created some of Dublin's most popular bar and restaurant environments, Kellys Hotel is cool yet affordable. The hotel is located above the ever popular Hogans Bar, and the ultra trendy Secret Bar' on Dublin's Fade Street. For restaurant connoisseurs, you can find one of Dublins very best dining experiences LGueuleton just below the hotel, where the hotel breakfast is served daily. At the weekends, Kellys Dublin takes in the excitement and bustle of Dublin City Centres nightlife, while on weekdays, you can enjoy a quiet drink in the hotels residential Candle Bar. We hope to see you soon! Transportation The new Kellys Hotel Dublin is located in the very epicentre of Dublin City Centre on the ever popular Georges Street. Many of Dublin's most popular attractions and locations are a mere stroll from the hotel including Trinity College, The Book of Kells, St Stephens Green, Temple Bar and the National Museums. Activities / Services: Room Service, Non-Smoking Rooms, Laundry, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests, Internet Services, Elevator, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN ...
Lesa  — 4.2.2012.
Location for my needs was perfect as I was attending a gig at TheNational Concert Hall which was easily reached in 10mins on foot! It'salso situated right in the middle between Temple Bar and Grafton Street!I booked early so got a great price for a comfy hotel! Great cocktailbar round the corner which had special offers on every night! The staff in the hotel couldnt have been more helpful when one of my friends realised she had left something on the bus we had got from Belfast, giving u's walking directions back to Bus station!
Kristine  — 12.2.2012.
Fantastic location, this made up for any part of the stay that wasn'trated excellent. The room was outdated, the tv was out dated, the hotelcommon areas did not appear very clean or maintained (Paint and carpetneeded repair once past reception area). The furniture in the room didnot fit into room design. All this was overlooked upon realization oflocation. The staff was very nice, polite and helpful. The room rate wasgood, it drew me there in the first place. Not the cheapest nor mostexpensive.
Louise  — 8.3.2012.
The hotel is in a great location, 5 mins walk to St Stephens Green, Grafton st and the Gaiety Theatre. I would certainly recommend staying in this hotel for a long a weekend as we did. Our room was on the 4th floor at the front of the building. It was clean and tidy, the bed was comfortable. We had a nice evening in the bia bar downstairs also. The staff were friendly and helpful. Should I be in Dublin again, I shall certainly consider staying here again.
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