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Good location, the 747 bus from the airport stops right outside. Its outside appearance belies the pleasant old world foyer and reception. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms are clean and warm (during the worst snow falls Dublin has seen in years!) A...More
Me and the wife stayed here four three nights we went to watch Ireland hammer the taffs it looks a bit ruff from the out side but it is a very nice clean hotel the rooms are big telly a bit small but good enough...More
The positive things; The hotel has a perfect location. The Airlink airport bus stops right outside the hotel, and it's located a short walk from city centre. The staff was also very kind and extremely helpful. The beds and the breakfast were good.
The hotel doesn't look much from the outside - it is almost directly under a railway bridge and there is a travel shop at the front of it that you walk through to get to the hotel but inside the hotel is lovely. Our room...More
The hotel was in the middle of being refurbished so I imagine it could have looked better. It was very clean and the staff were very friendly. Good value for money, good location close to bus and tram stops, only costs between €12-€18 for a...More
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We decided the combined ticket meant paying for stuff we were never going to use; buy a return Airlink ticket and then, weather permitting, walk around Dublin as much as possible - you will see so much more - and use the... More
We decided the combined ticket meant paying for stuff we were never going to use; buy a return Airlink ticket and then, weather permitting, walk around Dublin as much as possible - you will see so much more - and use the trams just for longer 'positioning' journeys.