Jackson Court Hotel

, Dublin, Ireland
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Jackson Court Hotel

, Dublin
2 star

Rooms: 25

29 Harcourt Street - Dublin - 2 - Ireland Hotel Website | | 014758777
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Reviews - Jackson Court Hotel

2/10
Nice staff, but not the place we thought it would be
Submitted by: matthew carden in 27/10/08
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
Cheap,staff were nice,noise from club kept us awake until 3am even though we were on the third floor! Spilt toilet seat, tv but not digital, no hairdryer, room was tiny, water only luke warm, breakfast was nice with friendly staff. Do not stay here.
6/10
Lovely Room, Noisy Nightclub
Submitted by: Cara in 21/02/08
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
We were lucky enough to be in the new section of the hotel and our room was lovely. Could not fault it at all. However, unless you are planning to be out until after 3 every night then you will be kept awake by the very very noisy nightclub. We stayed for two night and were out until quite late anyway so it wasn't a big deal but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who wants an early night. The breakfast and service were also excellent.
2/10
Don't bother
Submitted by: nobody in 23/09/07
  • Age Group:
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Weekend Breaker
Filthy moldy bathroom, lumpy bed, and the noise from niteclub downstairs will deprive you of sleep not bad breakfast though.
1/10
Hell Hole
Submitted by: Victoria in 20/07/07
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Weekend Breaker
This hotel is the worst I have ever stayed in for the following reasons:
Rude ignorant staff. Cramped dirty rooms. VERY loud noise from club through out most of the night. Everything is broken/breaking inc- lift, TV, shower. Smells of stale drink and smoke – everywhere. Horrible breakfast. Not secure at all!!
1/10
No ways
Submitted by: Van de Weyer in 03/03/07
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Belgium
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
Terrible hotel, very noisy till 3 am nightclub, very bad breakfast = no buffet, 2 times firealarm during night without reason, no refernished, 2 strange persons could enter our room during the night! VERY BAD HOTEL - WORST PLACE TO STAY!
2/10
Noisy, badly maintained
Submitted by: Dawn in 20/02/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Special Interest/Event
Within 2mins of booking-in, my husband became stuck in the lift. No apology was given, just the comment 'He had luggage'. When we eventually reached our third floor room it was tiny and looked out onto an alley. This alley became a playground for drunken disco users and smokers expelled from inside. Screaming shouting and swearing continued until 4am. Request for extra pillow went unheeded and although bed was made each day room was not cleaned during 4 day stay.
This was advertised as a non-smoking building and despite signs to that effect, the entire third floor stank of cigarette smoke.
On the final evening we were both trapped in the lift for 20 mins. The Barman had to race around building doing something to the electrics. His response to my complaint was 'Sorry, I'll tell the management'. This event meant I had to climb three floors back up to my room, which, as an arthritis sufferer, was no mean feat.
The only redeeming feature of this hotel was the breakfast. Food was well cooked and plentiful and the serving staff extremely friendly and efficient. We will not be using this hotel again and advise you to do the same.
2/10
Noise Noise Noise & Disinterested Staff
Submitted by: Taff in 02/11/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Relaxation Seeker
Booked here as I was doing the Dublin Marathon and needed somewhere central. Took 2 days of pestering to get a replacement kettle. No replacement shaving light was forthcoming, though. Bathroom fitments hanging on by their rawplugs. Nightclub thumping away till 3 a.m. each night - cost me a good half hour of energy levels for my run. I do not reccommend staying here unless you get blind drunk yourself and can sleep through the din. It's a wonder the club's clientele hold down jobs if they're supping up here each night. Ear plugs will not work due to the incessant thumping sound system. Stay at the Hilton - it'll be worth it for the sake of interested staff and a decent night's kip. Latebreaks .com need to review their review.
6/10
Would and wouldn't recommend!
Submitted by: David in 03/09/06
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
This was an interesting stay. Some of the staff were friendly and helpful, some didn't seem to care if you were there. THERE IS COPPER FACE JACKS NIGHTCLUB downstairs so if you are bothered by loud noise at night, this is not a place for you to stay. The bass from the nightclub reaches the 3rd floor and the outside becomes chaotic after hours. I once came back late, and there were drunk people sprawled all over the reception area and in the lift. The lift is another story...i got trapped in it 3 times during my week stay. It locked up and they had to pry the doors open and reset the electricity! Very uncomfortable. However i will say, for the prime location of this building and the money you pay, it's not a bad deal for dublin. So... take the stairs and bring a good pair of earplugs and you'll be all set!!

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a little tip dont waste your money. Dublins an amazing city with fantastic people and sights. dont ruin a brilliant stay by booking this hotel

dublin Please book accom in either the south side of the city, or the beginning of the northside, theres loads of clubs and shopping to be done in Dub, I love it so much, would live there if I could.......

Irish hotels are scruffy For some reason, despite the improving economic fortunes of the Emerald Isle my granny loved so dearly, it's hotel industry is still trapped in a depressive funk. In the Irish culture poverty is the ultimate virtue and also apparently a decorating theme. Irish tourist authorities routinely award 2 and 3 star ratings to properties that would be strictly reserved for drug addicts and starving musicians anywhere else in Europe or the developed world save maybe the former Soviet Union. Conveniences like internet connectivity, Air Conditioning, even showers can only be found in extremely high end properties. B&Bs can be a good alternative but choose carefully. Many "B&Bs" particularly in Dublin are actually old fashioned boarding houses with communal bathrooms, lumpy mattresses and wretched food. Still there are some lovely ones in the country. Accommodation in Ireland is some of the most expensive in the world. Accept it or don't go. Rule: If it seems cheap or even reasonable its a dump

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  • Address: 29 Harcourt Street - Dublin - 2 - Ireland
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