Ripley Court Hotel

, Dublin, Ireland
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Ripley Court Hotel

, Dublin
2 star

Rooms: 92

37 Talbot Street - Dublin - 1 - Ireland Hotel Website | 01-8365892
280 Traveller

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1/10
outrageous
Submitted by: Melanie in 13/08/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
After booking and giving card details over the telephone via the Jurys in Dublin(who were very helpful they had no rooms so called around hotels for my partner and I) we arrived within 10 mins to the Ripley Court Hotel.

They denied all knowledge of booking the room even though we had just spoken to them. The receptionist went of to speak with someone else and said that the room had been booked out on the internet and that she had made a mistake. Even though 3mins before she had no idea. The manager then tried to sneak past us until my partner called his attention and stated how disgusting it was to be treated like this. The manager stated it wasn't his problem didn't want to argue and walked of a very rude man...no customer service here!!...after reading the previous review I agree that the manager is rude arrogant and aggressive...we retreated lugagge in hand with no apology...We travelled from Wales and my first experience of Dublin was a let down as a result of this discourteous man.
8/10
Good deal
Submitted by: Alan in 10/06/06
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Special Interest/Event
Went for a golfing weekend with 5 mates, 2 rooms slept 3 each, very spacious, very clean with a good breakfast that doesn't finish till 10:30 so you don't have to get up too early. 5 mins walk to temple bar area, easy to find when drunk. Only drawback is kept getting asked if I was a guest when I went for a smoke outside.
10/10
Fantastic experience
Submitted by: Grace in 18/01/06
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From:
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
We loved the Ripley Court. It has a great central location and is the ideal base in Dublin for a few days shopping and sightseeing. The staff are really helpful and friendly and go out of their way to make you feel at home. The accommodation itself is spotlessly clean. The rooms are spacious and have everything you need - safe, hairdryer, iron & board. It's great not to have to pack all these extras with you. The restaurant was excellent, the bar cosy and friendly and everything from food to accommodation is reasonably priced. Highly recommended.
1/10
Poor and very inhospitable
Submitted by: D. Murphy in 29/11/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
The train runs close to the building, late and early morning trains.
Accommodation services knocked on my door at 7.50 am and entered the room
At checkout I was asked for an extra €7 for car parking. I refused to pay, as this was not quoted in advance. The Manager was aggressive and arrogant and would not release the vehicle. I contacted the Gardai and the car was then released.
Telephone charges from the room are charged at an excessive premium rate.
Bad experience, I would not recommend or return to this place.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Ripley Court Hotel

Perfect in every way

from Junenoreen
We stayed here last New Years Eve. Everybody,staff and guests, were very friendly. Very near bus station and O'Connell Street. Good value.
Had a lovely bar meal , prices surpisingly low, before going out to theatre, and a nice drink on our return. Full Irish breakfast very good, room was too, would like to stay there again.

great place to stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
we stayed for two nights in this hotel in september the staff were great a two minute walk to the train 10 mins to city the food at this hotel was fantastic and cheap would stay there again and recomend it to anyone

Enjoyed every minute

from Daytripper2468
The Ripley Court Hotel really impressed me. My wife and I spent a recent weekend break in Dublin staying here and we have no complaints. The hotel is well located - walking distance to shopping, nightlife and sightseeing and close to major rail, bus and tram stations should you wish to travel further afield. The hotel itself was clean and well maintained and the staff were welcoming and friendly. The restaurant was impressive and very well priced. The bar was cosy and a lovely place to sit and have a nightcap after dinner. Our room was located toward the back of the hotel with a lovely view of a park - not what I was expecting in a city centre hotel! We were not disturbed at all by train noise. I would recommend this hotel and I look forward to spending another weekend break there in the near future.

loved this hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
my husband,myself and two daughters have just returned from a weekend stay at ripley court we were very impressed with the hotel food and lovely bedrooms.
we stayed at the isaacs in may just the two of us , but it was expensive for four of us so we chose the ripley court it was more superior than the isaac and cheaper.
the bar is so cosy,we ate at the resturant too it was lovely i would reccommend the hotel and look forward to our return soon.
the hotel is in a great location too.

Ideal for Rail Travellers

from RosieElaine
Situated close to Connolly Railway Station making it ideal for those wishing to make use of the DART. Don't be put off by the outside appearance this hotel. Our room was clean and well appointed c/w tea and coffee making facilities, safe, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. The beds were fantastic, pity we couldn't say the same about the breakfast, as the choice of fruit and cereal was very limited. Staff on Reception could have been better, but night porters, security, dining room and chambermaids were friendly, helpful and polite. As there are a few restaurants nearby and two or three of the local pubs have Irish Music most nights, we didn't feel the need to go into Temple Bar every evening. All in all a hotel that is worth a consideration.

Great weekend break

from Princess_Gracie
My husband and I stayed at The Ripley Court hotel recently and were both very impressed. The hotel is very clean, the rooms bright and spacious. The food was of an excellent standard (My husband is a Chef and very hard to please! He loved every meal we ate there) and very reasonably priced. In a city as expensive as Dublin is, it was great to find such great value for money.
The staff at The Ripley Court were very courtious and helpful. We felt that they went out of their way to make us feel very welcome at the hotel. The location is great too - very central. We look forward to returning to this hotel soon.

Great comfortable place

from A TripAdvisor Member
Just returned from 2 nights here, I arrived on a early flight and found the hotel straight away, the airport bus (5 Euro all day ticket) which terminates in front of the bus station is a block away, the staff were pleasant and checked me in straight away at 9.30AM which was brilliant.

I had booked a single room but it was large and had a double bed, it was clean and comfortable, there was tv with cable, coffee and tea in the little cupboard under the tv, the hairdryers are also hidden in the drawers, there are toiletries too. The shower was fantastic and powerful.

I wasn't troubled by the dart noise, it's not bad, my room was to the side eventhough I could see it, I was bothered by a super loud person at 5am-8am in the room next door but that could have been in any hotel anywhere!! earplugs are essential in all hotels!!

Just next to the hotel is a supermarket that has great fresh baguettes, paninis, hot food bar and any supplies you may need, it also has a booze department.

Easiest way to find the hotel after a night out is to look for the 'Spire' and you take the road to the left or right (right from Temple Bar) depending which way you are walking from. It's a great location for anything you might be doing in Dublin.

The breakfast is fantastic, basically all you can eat and its the full Irish job... keeps you going for the whole day....... served until 10am, so if you are hungover then you'll miss it, I did once!!
Enjoy it!

What a disapointment

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I stayed here in 2004 and looked forward to returning last month. The hotel as really gone down in standards a huge deal since our last visit. I was so disapointed!
Breakfast was cold each morning, TV in my room didn't work, toilet didnt flush and the staff were downright rude. The Front Desk staff spoke little English and didnt seem to care about my complaints at all. I did ask to speak to the manager but was told that he was on a day off and that there was no one else available to talk to me. I wont be going back.

A Gem!

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I stayed at Ripley Court February 18th -20th, 2005 with about 40 of our family and friends. We got a fabulous group rate and found that the hotel is within a short walking distance to all attractions including Temple Bar, Trinity College, and O'Connell Street. In fact, it was the perfect location to use as a home base because the DART and Bus Eireann are at your doorstep! I read other reviews about the noise from the DART but I requested a room in the back and did not hear a peep! Breakfast was good, the resident's bar was great fun, and the lobby is quite cozy. Our room was beautiful and very clean. I was quite pleased with our romantic canopy bed. And the shower was nice and hot! Staff were extremely accommodating with all of our requests (a group of 40 New Yorkers can be hard to please!) and were very professional. An added bonus was the parking lot for a reasonable fee for those of us who hired a car before we left for the countryside. All in all, Ripley was a gem and we will definitely be back on our next trip to Ireland!!!

great hotel

from ScotlandTattie
just stayed at ripley court hotel (dublin).great hotel spotlessly clean,and great value for money.close to o'connell street and all amenieties.staff very friendly could not do enough to help.rooms spacious and very clean,coffee ,tea etc always replenished.would highly reccomend.also bar next door is great for the craic.will be returning to dublin in september and will be staying at this hotel again.....great

Top Local Tips for Dublin

Airport Bus Take the Airlink bus from the airport to the city centre. It runs every 15 minutes and costs €5.00.Much cheaper than a taxi cab.

Very central This hotel is so well located.

Royal Canal Do walk the Royal canal from the canal's visitor's center all the way down past the Hilton. We lucked out with weather the whole week with only one rain shower. During this walk (about 1 1/2 hours), it was a nice brisk sunny day along the canal. The canal was used in the 19th century to transport goods between Dublin and the Shannon River. The setting is beautiful with numerous locks, bridges, and benches along the way. It's a nice change to the huslte and bustle of O'Connell St and Temple Bar areas.

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  • Address: 37 Talbot Street - Dublin - 1 - Ireland
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