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All reviewsopposite the bus stationcity centretemple baro'connell streettaxi ranktram stopfew minutes walklight sleeperlocation is idealreception staffwould stay againbooked this hotellovely roomtrinity collegeluasbusarasbuses
central hotel, clean big room. staff were very helpful on reception and nothing was too much. Food in the bar was lovely. would recommend this hotel.
Reasonably priced for Dublin could not fault this hotel
The first couple of nights in Dublin we stayed at the Beresford and it wasn't too bad. It's go so far as to say it was pleasant, but fast forward five nights later upon our return to Dublin from touring the Ring of Kerry and...More
Just visited for a meal, it was delicious. The service was really good too. Prices not too bad for the high quality of the food served. Try the beef stew made with Guinness, very tasty and very traditional.
This is a three star hotel so expectations should not be that high. Was basic and a bit run down in places but the shower was good and the staff were very good indeed. Good central location directly across from the bus station is a...More
Booked here for 1 night as was attending a concert at Phoenix Park. Booked the hotel 10 months in advance To avoid being left with no accommodation. 1 month ago I checked my booking email and realised I booked a twin room rather than double....More
Yes, there is, but they are anchored to the inside drawer of the desk in the room and a bit awkward to use. You cannot unplug them and move it either. So if you are really tall they won't work for you. I learned the hard... More
Yes, there is, but they are anchored to the inside drawer of the desk in the room and a bit awkward to use. You cannot unplug them and move it either. So if you are really tall they won't work for you. I learned the hard way.