Green Isle Hotel

, Dublin, Ireland
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Green Isle Hotel

, Dublin
2 star

Rooms: 238

22 Haas Road Dublin - Dublin - 22 - Ireland Hotel Website | | 014593406
189 Traveller

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Could be better!
Submitted by: william in 06/11/07
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Hotel has been recently refurbished. Our room, although clean, was not up to standard. Lock on toilet door broken, wouldnt lock, cupboard door broken off, of 3 lamps in the room, only 1 worked. The heating is via a ceiling duct, which when switched on is like a hurricane and just as noisey! The extractor fan in the ensuite remained on for the full 4 days of our visit, very loud, very difficult to sleep. The walls of the rooms are paper thin, you will hear every word from the adjoining rooms!! I could hear the people in the room beside us stirring their tea on their return from a night out at 3am!! 69 bus leaves from outside Hotel for central Dublin, but only every 45 mins. There is a shuttle bus to the local tram station, but it is expensive and doesnt run after 5pm!! Journey time to city centre approx 1 hour due to the road works that have turned Dublin into a carpark! On the last day of our visit there was a local powercut, and as the hotel doesnt have a generator, that meant, No water (hotel works on a pressurised system powered by an electric pump) No toilet No heat No light No breakfast, I cannot believe that a hotel this size does not have gas cookers!! My advice? Stay somewhere closer to Dublin city centre and avoid this Hotel!!!
Try somewhere else!
Submitted by: Sheryl in 04/08/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
We booked a superior room and was given a family room (3 beds - 2 VERY scruffy ones in there.) The receptionist was VERY snotty and not at all friendly or welcoming when we arrived - especially when she pointed out that we were 'room only'! Be warned that you are NOT allowed to use the pool unless you have or buy a swimming hat and can only use it between 9-5 free of charge. The non smoking policy means that the hotel offers designated smoking areas - outside ALL the doors which means you have NO choice but to walk through a fog no matter which of the 3 doors you enter by. We were NOT impressed by this hotel or its facilities or staff. Thank goodness we only stayed 3 nights. We couldn't wait to leave!
OK for the money
Submitted by: Sam in 09/02/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
We did get a good price for our 2 night stay so I can't be too uncomplimantary.
It is a few miles out of Dublin but we had a car so weren't too bothered and we did expect it. One day we walked to the Luas and that took us about 40mins with a 25 min luas journey into town. A taxi to the Luas was 10 euros...very expensive.
The babysitting service has to be booked in advance so wasn't available to us. Also there is a charge to use the pool during peak times. this is 4 euros each and although I can't remember the morning time, the afternoon one is from 4pm. you also have to wear a swimming cap which they will sell you for 3 euros. Breakfast was OK - buffet. The room was pleasant enough - we were around the back which meant we wouldn't have been bothered by the noise from the main road. it is in a residential area so not much to go and do outside of the hotel. A clean hotel and friendly enough staff
Wot more can be said
Submitted by: Sean in 10/08/06
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
Cheap, bright, easy access and friendly staff, brilliant food. Wot more can I say?
Ruined Short Break
Submitted by: Mr.R.Davis in 14/06/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From:
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
My wife and I had our first visit to Dublin Ireland ruined by the hotel accommodation we chose.
When choosing a hotel you have to rely on the information you are given in the brochures or on the web site.
We certainly would not have selected this hotel had the web site been honest or up to date.
Firstly there was no mention of major on going building works with noisy site traffic starting at 7:30 in the morning.
Secondly the travel information to Dublin given on the hotel web site was totally inaccurate.
It stated that the Luas ( tram system ) in to Dublin was 5 minutes away and the hotel ran a shuttle bus to the tram station. Not true. No shuttle bus operating and the hotel staff said it was a 15 minute run by taxi which they could book for us !
It also stated that it was a 25 minute travel time from the hotel into Dublin. By bus it took 1 hour + , in and out, Taxi 40 minutes + and maybe it was 25 mins by the Luas once you had got to it.
Regarding the hotel the accommodation was acceptable , the food ( we only had breakfast ) was poor and the staff were as anywhere a mix of good to very curt.
Had we been given the above information particularly the travel information we would never have booked this hotel.
Very poor.

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Other names for Green Isle Hotel

  • lynch green isle hotel
  • green isle hotel
  • green isle conference leisure hotel
  • green isle
  • Address: 22 Haas Road Dublin - Dublin - 22 - Ireland
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