Quality Hotel Leisure Centre Dublin

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Quality Hotel Leisure Centre Dublin

3 star

Rooms: 206

Cardiff Lan - Dublin - 2 - Ireland | 0214908200
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Excellent value

from JulieJ25
We stayed at the Quality Hotel from the 6th until the 8th of December. We booked through Expedia and paid a very reasonable price. The rooms were clean, warm and comfortable. There was some building work outside of the hotel but this did not disturb us at all. The pool was also very pleasant to use and open for most of the day. The reception staff were polite and helpful but omitted to tell us that they would take £70 off our credit cards in case of damage to the rooms. We only discovered this on our return home and had to then make phonecalls to the hotel to ask why the money had been debited!!! The hotel is approximately 15-20 minutes walk into O'Connell / Grafton Street but we did not find this a problem and we used taxis which were about 10 Euros on an evening. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would return to the Quality Hotel.

Enjoyed the Quality Hotel

from LINYKenmare
We stayed at the Quality Hotel for 5 nights from Nov 22 - 27 and found it to be excellent. The room was very clean and well stocked with all necessities. No noise problems. The King size bed was extremely comfortable.
Buffet breakfast was also very good and service in the lobby bar was good with a nice range of light meals available. We tried the leisure Center and found the pool excellent, nice warm temperature, also the jacuzzi and steam room were great and the fully equipped gym was awesome.

Staff were very friendly and helpful and it's only 15 minutes walk or a short cab ride to the Grafton St area. This location will be tremendous when all the construction in the area is finished.
Also visited the Ferryman pub down the street on several occasions and enjoyed it - live Music Saturday nights.

what a dissapointment

from bluewonder
I stayed at the quality hotel for 2 nights over the weekend from 25 to 27 november,i found the hotel clean ,tidy and friendly but the room i stayed in had a very noisy radiator and made a terrible noise like a plane landing at least 4 times a day,i complained and had a man from reception up to it atlest twice both times i was told that the weather was so cold the heating was working over time! his soloution was turn off the radiator!!!!!!!!!!.THEN I HAD VERY NOISY NEIGHBOURS NEXT DOOR TV BLEARING AT ALL HOURS!!!!!!!! To top it all off i went for a swim the pool was freezing for a indoor pool!!!!!! Also the service for tea and coffee service to the table was poor at breakfast and the self service to the toast machine a joke!!!! Not centrall location very deserted at night times!!!!!!!!! wont be visiting again!!!!!!!!!!!!

A Quality Hotel

from MikeyBEssex
Overall a very good stay and I would return. However location is potentially an issue as it is a good 20 minute walk from the Liffey, into the Docklands area. This will probably cease to be such an issue when the adjoining building works are complete as the area is undergoing regeneration and I think it will be quite smart.

Got off Airlink airport bus (which I recommend, paid 8.50 for a return) at O'Connell Street and walked to the hotel along the river on Thursday morning and had to keep checking I had not gone past the hotel as it was a surprisingly long walk, leaving behind occupied offices and normal signs of City life. Walked via the busy Pearse Street on Friday afternoon and appeared to be slightly quicker. Either way I felt quite safe and no problems with cabs.

Arrived at hotel very early - 11.00 and asked to check in. Receptionist was very pleasant and said he would see if my room was ready, and if it was, it would be no problem. It wasn't ready, and I got the feeling he knew that but I felt appreciative that he had gone through the motions instead of dismissing me out of hand. He suggested I use the hotel facilities and return at 2pm.

Hotel pool, which I shared with just two other people, was excellent, warm, a good length and very clean. 2 euros for a swim hat, locker and towel provided free. Forgoing the gym but a swim, sauna and jacuzzi later I retired red faced to the coffee bar for a good quality but typically expensive hotel sandwich.

I checked in at 1pm, had booked a triple (via a big internet agency) staying in an all male party with two brothers, to find a double and a single bed. Did have trouble making my problem understood to a different guy on reception ("not the hotel's problem") so I gave up quickly to bag the single before the others arrived.

Big room, very clean and comfortable, some noise from building works locally, sufficient to wake me early but this will obviously not be a long term issue. Night before ordered room service, an over priced cheese sandwich (no issue with this) but it comes with a tray charge of 5 Euro - this is simply a rip off.

Bar was pleasant, I found staff to be generally helpful and location not really to be a problem once I got my bearings. For first time visitors I recommend the hop-on, hop off tourist bus which was very interesting. Been to Dublin several times and only took this bus as had time to kill but saw the city in a new light and it kept me out of the rain.

Pitiful Service

from Toochy
Do not stay at this hotel. Spend a little more and save yourself the aggravation. I booked this hotel because it had decent reviews, it had a pool and was incredibly inexpensive. The rooms are clean and comfortable but the employees are unaware of hotel policies and terribly unhelpful. The pool looked gorgeous but we were never able to use it. We have two children and children are only allowed to use the pool between 9 and 5 each day- prime sightseeing time, especially when it is dark by 4:30 in November. Also, we were told at the front desk that the pool was open until 10pm for adults but when we went down to swim at 9:30, we were told by the pool attendant that it closes at 9:30.

When we checked in they asked if we wanted a newspaper delivered in the morning, andd although we said yes, one was never delivered. There was not shower curtain in our bathtub so we told the desk in the morning and when we returned at 9:00pm, it had not been fixed and they had not given us the towels we asked for. This hotel does not have washcloths which I found to be very strange. When the manager offerred to bring a drink to our room as an apology, we had to call down 2 hours later to ask why we never received our drink. Very frustrating!

In addition, it is out of the way and not near any sights.

Beautiful Hotel

from divajules
Having just returned from a Hen weekend in Dublin, we were all certainly impressed with the quality and the value of this hotel. We stayed on the 7th floor and although this floor was not finished it certainly did not cause us any problems. There was construction work going on round the hotel, but from our rooms you could not hear anything. The leisure facilities were beautiful, however the beauty treatment area was not open yet but we were told that it would be up and running at the end of the month. Breakfast was included in our hotel price and it was excellent, plenty to go round everyone! The room service was fast and the staff certainly made us feel very welcome. On the Saturday night we went for a drink to the bar and it was great fun especially with the live entertainment. Taxis to the centre are about 10 euros and to the airport about 35 euros. Great value and a hotel that we would all certainly go back to.

Good value for money but .....

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the hotel for 4 nights, rooms are really great and very clean. But hotel staff is not competent nor friendly. They even didn't know at the reception if they would offer in room breakfast. The Hotel is located quite off the center (Taxi cost would be +- 10 euros). Bar staff wasn't experienced at all, no cocktail list available, "just tell me what you want". We orderd once food and we had 2 little stones in the vegies (!). I wouldn't go back to the hotel!

Just fantastic for the price.

from tweetyduck
Nice hotel. VERY new and really clean. Not everything is working (TV's internet access wasn't) but the rooms are large and very modern. Even get a sofa to lounge on. Over all the rooms are 4 star at least. As good as any.

Its a long walk from town but not too far unless its pooring down with rain which it was when we were there. All the same we walked the river way and the other main road way. Its pleasent enough to walk though if you can negotiate the lorries and building work. Theres a lot of building round the hotel but we didn't get distrubed at all which considering i'm a light sleeper is great. The hotel bar is a bit dead but theres a pub on the corner about 50 meters away which is nice. The free leasure center is good the pool is large enough for a few laps and all the standard equipment is available (running machines etc). If you need to use the gyn bring a small padlock for the lockers and a swim cap. I don't think they provide padlocks and 2 euros gets you a cap.

Out of all the hotels in Dublin, if you can put up with the moderate walk back its the place to stay !

Great Hotel

from Just_Georgeous
I stayed here for two nights and I thought it was lovely.
There were four of us, and we had two interconnecting rooms. The rooms are spacious, well furnished and clean. The bathrooms are also really modern and comfortable.
The leisure facilities are also wonderful - the pool, the gym, and there are aerobic classes also.
The breakfast is E13.50 and is really good value although they ran out of sausages on the first morning. (We did go down really late though).
The location isn't too far from town (O Connell Bridge) Its comfortably 15 minutes walk along the quayside and a taxi from town in the day cost us E6, and at about 3am cost us ~E12.
Really good value and you get much more for your money than I think you would get in the city centre.

great hotel- a bit out of the way

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel, food and leisure facilities were really good. It was just a bit out of the way and will be a lot better when the developement of the docks area has finished. Tip you can get bus rambler tickets at the airport 1,3 ,5 day and this ticket includes the air link bus to the bus station in dublin where you need to get off for the hotel, there you can get a taxi or walk ( about 15mins )
also from the hotel if you walk down towards pearse street you can catch the bus into the centre numbers 1,2 or 3 -- this saves a bit of a walk .

Have a good stay - a satisfied tripper

Top Local Tips for Dublin

Cheap Dinners For an inexpensive and friendly place for dinner, try KC Peaches on Pearse Street near the Grand Canal. Two can eat for 20 euro, without any deep-fried foods. Free wireless interenet, too.

Tour Buses recommended Grab a Freedom bus ticket - includes transfers from airport, unlimited use of hop-on, hop-off tour buses and all local buses. I paid 25 Euros for 3 days and made great use of it.

Guinness StoreHuse Well worth a visit, however timing is important - visit ealry to avoid the queues of tourists and the cramped conditions inside when it gets busy. Buts its always worth it cause there is a free pint of the balck stuff in the most amazing bar I have ever set foot in at the summit of the building with panaromic views around Dublin and further afield. I have been 4 times now and each time I visit Dublin I cant resist going again!


Other names for Quality Hotel Leisure Centre Dublin

  • quality hotel dublin
  • maldron hotel dublin
  • Address: Cardiff Lan - Dublin - 2 - Ireland
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