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We booked a room here months ago through a hotel website. Payment to be taken when we arrived.. even though I emailed and rang the hotel multiple times, I had no reply to confirm the booking. I heard from them the DAY BEFORE arriving that...More
Definitely don't take this hotel if you are looking for clean and comfortable accommodation.
I was lucky because I had best room possible, but most of the rooms are much worse.
Location tough is quite good. It's on the edge of Temple Bar district so...More
Arrived here for a long weekend and when we saw our rooms we were so shocked, basic is too kind to use. No kettle in the room but we could use there kitchen area to get hot water. We never had breakfast but glad as...More
I am a budget traveler, but the Bridge House is definitely on the low end of the category. My single room had no chair or table. The TV boasts two channels! An Italian restaurant vents its ovens into the courtyard behind the hotel, so there...More
Terrible! The stairs are incredibly steep. The hotel has a horrible smell and the rooms were not clean. Would definitely not recommend staying here to anyone. There are hostels in the area with private rooms which have better accessibility and are much cleaner with superior...More
The Bridgehouse Guest house boasts a prime location in Central Dublin... ...adjacent to the popular Temple Bar District. Our accommodation offers comfortable ensuite rooms perfectly located for those visiting the O2, Dublins Tourist Attractions, Museums, Theatres, Shopping Districts and of course Temple Bar. Whether you wish to explore the city by day or night The Bridgehouse offers a friendly welcome at an unbeatable location. Each of our rooms have been comfortably furnished to a high standard... ...All rooms include newly fitted bath / shower rooms, remote control televisions, direct dial telephones, and fluffy towels. Irons and ironing boards are available for guests use on request. It is important to note that as the Bridge House is a listed building, no lift has been fitted, and elderly guests / guests with disabilities may find the stairs steep.
You must have really low standards for hotels... the things you mentioned are not right when you are staying in a hotel. That's unacceptable but I guess if you find it acceptable you don't mind a hotel taking your money and giving you disgusting service. Very interesting.
You think a hotel providing this kind of service and their toilets being this way is acceptable?
You clearly have no idea what the standard for a hotel SHOULD be.
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Not sure how a haircut entails a persona... sounds like you like to discriminate. If I see anyone with a "can I speak to your manager haircut" I'll be sure to let them know to get a new do on your behalf, HA! What are you... More
Not sure how a haircut entails a persona... sounds like you like to discriminate. If I see anyone with a "can I speak to your manager haircut" I'll be sure to let them know to get a new do on your behalf, HA! What are you, 5?
Not sure how someone being honest in a review is fake.. but again, sounds like an insult of a 5 year old which I'm starting to believe you are. Do your parents know you're on TA??
And yes- I do expect exceptional service. That's what a hotel IS. A place of SERVICE. Not a place where you have to master the art of flushing a toilet. Sounds to me like you live a pretty low class life. If that is what you expect from a hotel then wow- a Motel 6 must be heaven for you.
Preston, Connecticut. Where the highest hotel is a 3 star at $150 a night and the population is just below 5,000.
Sounds pretty self-explanatory on your low class attitude and uneducated sounding vocabulary. Also explains why you know nothing of class and service. I get it not your fault!
Come to Chicago sometime, we'll teach you how to be classy and what to expect from a hotel.
But don't come with a "can I speak to your manager haircut". And make sure you get your parent's permission first!