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There’s literally nothing to complain about here. People are saying it’s dated, I call it charm.
They serve up a very good breakfast, the staff were very helpful. WiFi was great. I’ll definitely stay here again when I’m back in Dublin.
Firstly - the building is beautiful and quirky and kept spotlessly clean. The staff are friendly and obliging. The food is delicious. The beds are comfortable. The bar provides a lyrical and lively Irish welcome. What more can I say? Come to Dublin and stay...More
5 Thank Carol F
Response from Y_OKeeffe, General Manager at Castle HotelResponded 15 August 2017
Dear Carol F
What a great review, I love it !!! I might even quote you in some of our advertising material - hope thats ok :) I am glad you enjoyed the charm of the Castle Hotel and found the staff friendly, the food...More
This hotel is excellently located to be able to walk to all the Dublin sites. However we were disappointed that the hotel didn't meet the expectations given the other reviews we had read.
Our room was very dated and the furniture looked a bit battered....More
I was very pleased with our stay at this hotel. With hotels in older buildings you'd expect to make a few compromises but this hotel was clean, comfortable, and nicely appointed.
Two elevators, a surprise for a hotel in an older building.
The staff were really helpful at the desk and friendly. And the room was really, really clean! Especially the bathroom, and I'm pretty perfectionist in that area. The room was small but quiet. The hotel itself is very quaint, with cozy Georgian era details, sitting...More
There is SO much to do in Dublin - we spent 4 days there in October and it wasn't long enough so we are already planning our next trip! I ditto the Hop On Hop Off bus. In the morning we did the whole route and scoped out... More
There is SO much to do in Dublin - we spent 4 days there in October and it wasn't long enough so we are already planning our next trip! I ditto the Hop On Hop Off bus. In the morning we did the whole route and scoped out which stops we wanted to get off at. I definitely suggest Guinness, Dublin Castle, Jamiesons, the cathedrals, Trinity College and Dublin Castle. Pay a visit to Temple Bar, Grafton Street and O'Connell street. if you get to Guinness, make sure you head over to the Brazen Head and have a pint at the oldest pub in Ireland :)
Response from Y_OKeeffe | Property representative |
There are 2 companies which operate buses from the Airport to Dublin City Centre which costs approx. €6 - €7.00 per person each way depending on whether they are offering the date you need as a discounted date. Or a... More
There are 2 companies which operate buses from the Airport to Dublin City Centre which costs approx. €6 - €7.00 per person each way depending on whether they are offering the date you need as a discounted date. Or a taxi from the airport to the hotel should cost around €20 - €25 depending on traffic. We can also arrange a meet and greet service with transfer to the hotel for €50 if you prefer.
I hope this helps.
It's a non smoke hotel. there's a smoking area outside the breakfast dining cafe area. In a small courtyard.
I believe some of the rooms are located near this courtyard so you may well smell the smoke.