DON'T stay at this hotel if you are planning to get any sleep during your visit. We stayed for 3 nights - Sun 13 to Wed 16 Nov - and were kept awake every night. Tuesday night was the worst, perhaps understandable as Ireland had just qualified for the European finals, but there is no excuse for very loud singing at 3:10 am on the hotel premises. To give you an idea how bad it was, with the windows closed, curtains drawn and ( hotel provided) earplugs in, the noise was still very audible and there was no chance of any sleep.
What is more concerning is that when I complained to the manager the next morning there was no apology, just an explanation about the previous nightsfootball celebrations, and the consolation that the noise is ' not as bad ' on other nights. If you are planning to stay out most of the night then this hotel is OK, with average facilities, otherwise stay away.
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