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We stayed here with friends for a 2 night stay.On arrival we where greeted my the most friendly guy James and then by the reception staff who checked us in promptly.
As we where staying with another couple they put our rooms next to each...More
Now this isnt a 4 or 5 star hotel the rooms are basic and could do with updating .
Right negatives out the way location is ideal handy for buses shops,pubs and bars.The bar in the hotel is large and was full every night we...More
Just back from one night with my Husband and a large group of friends.
The staff were friendly when we checked in and throughout our stay.
The bar is bustling! Very busy but easy to get served. The food is good too.
We had a...More
Have been to the Arlington on several occasions and been very happy,but so disappointed this time.Staff were all very pleasant and helpful,especialy Mary and her team serving breakfast.The whole hotel is becoming drab and in desperate need of renovation,bedrooms and bathrooms in particular.In the past...More
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US$87 - US$307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#55 Family Hotel in Dublin
#59 Romantic Hotel in Dublin
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While I am not sure where the 3arena is, the hotel is only steps away from O'connel st. where dozens of busses can be caught, and taxis are plentiful. It's also where you can find the city bus centre where you can purchase... More
While I am not sure where the 3arena is, the hotel is only steps away from O'connel st. where dozens of busses can be caught, and taxis are plentiful. It's also where you can find the city bus centre where you can purchase multi-day passes and get directions.
1. The passes are expensive. If you're only taking a few busses a day, it might be cheaper to use cash, especially if you're staying in the low cost "central zone"
2. Make use of the dublin bus office. It can be tricky to figure out which busses stop where. Pop in and ask where your bus can be caught, and they'll save you plenty of time and heartache.
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"We had a room on top floor at the end of an arm of the corridor system and it was quiet, i.e. just what we..."