The Belvedere Hotel, Dublin
Reviews - The Belvedere Hotel
- Age Group: 31 - 40
- From: United Kingdom
- Traveller type: Pleasure Seeker
- Age Group: 26 - 30
- From: Ireland
- Traveller type: Young Couple
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Historical Traveller Reviews of The Belvedere Hotel
Nice time in Dublinfrom bambatta
hotel was easy ( ish ) to find after getting off the air-link bus,
( i just got off and walked the wrong way )
Any how the hotel was clean and tidy and a lot better than what i was expecting, which was a nice surprise,
room was large and clean all tho the bathroom could do with a little face lift all was OK to use and I'm am very fussy about that sort of thing,
Staff are friendly and helpful and will always give you the right directions when asked,
breakfast is great, and the continental is more than enough to set you up for the day,
all in all a great little hotel that i would use again,
( only thing stopping me going back tho is the price of everything in Dublin, the whole place is very expensive, god knows how people live there with the cost of everything )
s Fair Cityfrom bridges-babe
Great value for moneyfrom marvi3
Dreadful experiencefrom loopylou_88
Run down hotelfrom nornirishmum
Had I been travelling with my young children, I would not have stayed, as it was, we only spent a few hours sleeping in the hotel when we rolled in after our night out. We did not eat in the hotel.
The Belvedere needs some money to be spent on it and you get the impresssion that this is not on the agenda of the owners.
This hotel is fine if you just need somewhere to put your head down after a night out on the tiles. if your list of criteria is a bit more exacting don't stay here.
Very pleasant stay, friendly and helpful stafffrom Jules_UK
We arrived on the early flight from London and went straight to the Hotel. We didn't expect to be able to check in to our room, however, the very helpful receptionist said there was a room available and we were able to have access immediately.
The room was very clean, the beds were extremely comfortable. If there was any noise during the night I didn't hear it. I always take ear-plugs when staying away from home as I find it difficult to sleep in unusual surroundings.
We ate in the Hotel restaurant 3 times, the food was well cooked and delicious, I would highly recommend their Sirlion Steak and their Pizza's. The house wine was decent quality and very drinkable!
I wouldn't recommend the breakfast. There was very little choice and in my opinion was not good value for money. There is an excellent cafe at the end of the road, and a couple of good bars close by in O'Connell street that opened up for Breakfast and were great value for money and good food.
The tour bus stops for City tours and Wicklow were close by in O'Connell Street. We did the City tour on our first day and Wicklow on day two. We were given a 5euro discount for Wicklow Tour on presentation of the city tour ticket.
I very much enjoyed my stay and wouldn't hesitate in staying at this hotel again in the future.
Very good...... nothing bad to say...from Teresa72
We had tea/coffee facilities, iron and board, lovely bed - I haven't slept so well for AGES!!!
The breakfasts were really good as well, hot and cold breakfasts, tea coffee, hot chocolate juice etc. Yogurt, breads, cereals. Fill yer boots!!
The hotel to the main 'strip' of Dublin is only 10 minutes walk (that's if you are walking slowly as well), and from there you can catch the tourist bus or any other buses or walk down to pretty much anywhere.
Nice central hotel with nice staff and a wonderfully comfortable bed and great breakfasts. Budget hotel? I don't think so!!
aka Comfort inn Parnell Squarefrom lcfcabroad
Spent ages hunting for it!
The hotel was very pleasent with the beds very comfy. Breakfast was nice. An attatched bar served bar meals and was popular with locals. Staff were friendly and helpful. The location was walkable from the top of O'Connell St. to tour buses, Temple BAr and the shopping areas.
P.S it rains a lot in Dublin
Slightly pricey but nice placefrom maevedave
- Very pleasant, polite and helpful staff at desk, in the bar/restaurant and at breakfast
- Clean room, with sash style windows, comfy bed, tv, tea/coffee facilities
- Plenty of hot water, v powerful shower, plenty of towels
- Very quiet at night
- Nice bar to have a drink and something to eat in
- Relatively cheap carparking offered at a carpark on Marlborough St, just 5 mins walks away.
- Good quality breakfast
- Room wasn't huge and although it was clean and pleasant, it wasn't exactly super-modern
- The phone in our room didn't work and someone had stolen the batteries out of the TV remote
- We heard other people complain that the lights in their room would switch themselves off every 5 minutes and they had problems getting hot water in one room, and only scalding hot water in the other room and either the man behind the desk was already aware of these problems or he was exceptionally willing to help them out
- They entice you to eat in the bar with all these special offers but then when you actually order the prices are not what the posters and leaflets around the hotel suggest. Food was really nice though and it's not a rip off
- Not exactly a dodgy area or anything, but it's hard to justify this room costing £127 a night when the Camden Deluxe which is of an only slightly lower standard costs half this
Lovely staff, very clean and an overall very pleasant experiencefrom MichelleEarley
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Other names for The Belvedere Hotel
- comfort inn parnell square
- comfort inn dublin
- belvedere hotel dublin
- Address: Great Denmark Street - Dublin - 1 - Ireland
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