Clarion Hotel Dublin IFSC
Reviews - Clarion Hotel Dublin IFSC
- Age Group: 31 - 40
- From: United Kingdom
- Traveller type: Business Traveller
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Clarion Hotel Dublin IFSC
run of the mill hotelfrom Dubskin
Lovely Hotel but Expensive Breakfast!from A TripAdvisor Member
fantastic,staff were so helpfullfrom shellfromireland
the room was wonderful, so big and spacey, and comfortable,i had a greats night sleep and we had a lovely balcony overlooking the liffey which was lovely in the night time!
was 10 mins walk from the city centre and about 15 mins walk from the point depot where we saw kylie minogue that night!!!!
the leisure facilitys were fabulous! the pool gorgeous ! and all so relaxing!
unfortunatly we didnt eat in the clarion we ate in dublin near the shops whilst shopping!
will return to the clarion on my next visit to dublin... and will try out the restraunt the next time!
Beautiful Hotelfrom rabl0nd0n
30th Birthday at the Clarionfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is about 10 minutes walk from the Temple Bar area of the city which was ideal as we were near but not near enough to get all the noise from the nightlife!
If I was ever going back to Dublin I would certainly stay here again.
Not badfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Multiple xmas parties led to lobby crowds, excessive noise (shaking the elevator) and a closed bar. No big deal but would've been appropriate to give patrons a heads up. But would not have wanted to be with kids/family.
Rooms were good size. Walls a bit thin - could hear neighbours (get your mind out of the gutter!!). Not a real double bed but rather 2 singles pushed together.
Located out east. Real east. Need cabs to get to central which does add up. Probably would stay closer to central next time.
Am being a bit harsh as I enjoyed my stay. The hotel was fine but has negatives - location is biggest issue.
Great hotel - thoroughly recommendedfrom noelphobic
We had the buffest breakfast in the hotel both days and were extremely pleased with it. We also ate in Kudos one night. The food and service were very good. The only thing I wasn't keen on was that you had a choice of sitting on high stools or low sofas and I would have preferred to sit at a conventional dining table. After all, although the food and drink weren't badly priced it wasn't 'pub gruib'. We used the swimming pool only once but it was very good, swimming caps compulsory though but can be bought there.
We weren't due to catch our flight home until 9pm so had intended to leave our luggage at the hotel and go for some retail therapy. Just as I was asking for directions to a local shopping area I received a phone call from my sister to tell me that my father had died 2 days earlier. He had died on the day we arrived in Dublin which was also my birthday! We were obviously very distressed and all thoughts of shopping were abandoned. I was unable to get an earlier flight and was at a loss as to what we could do for the remaining few hours until we could leave for the airport, especially as we had already checked out of the hotel and had nowhere private to go. One of the hotel staff, to whom I shall be eternally grateful, very kindly arranged for us to have a room for the afternoon at no cost. As I was so upset at the time I didn't take the opportunity to get his name. All I know is that he was foreign, possibly French and his kindness made a distressing time so much easier.
We had a great time in Dublin. Lovely city and people, lovely hotel. I didn't even find it quite as expensive as I'd anticipated. If you're looking for bargains head for Penneys.
Lived up to expectations!from A TripAdvisor Member
Wonderful timefrom shazyhotlips
One of best hotels ever stayed infrom stuDurham
Top Local Tips for Dublin
Expensive Taxis We found that the taxis were expensive, the same trip in two seperate cabs had a price difference of over 10Euros. Maybe get a price first, especially to and from the airport.
Howth Rhododendron If you are interested in botanics and consider the village of Howth as a possible destination for a halfday/daytrip (final destination of the local railway), you should not miss the "Rhododendron hill" near the golf court. Absolutely stunning (In end May-early June when they bloom)!!
From Hotel to Dublin Castle / Temple Bar Area Should run you around 8EU. Be sure to have a game plan of what you want to see before you start wandering around. I wish I would have realized prior to that there was a Hard Rock Cafe in the area and that it would cost to get into both Dublin Castle and Christ Church.
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- Address: International Financial Services Centre - Dublin - 1 - Ireland
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