Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel
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Relax on your break to Ireland at the Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel, just 20 minutes away from the vibrant Dublin City Centre. Indulge in a shopping trip at the Dundrum Shopping Centre, enjoy a coastal walk along Killiney and Sandycove beaches, visit the Powerscourt House & Gardens or admire the quaint Dalkey Village and Heritage Centre.
All of the excellently furnished rooms at the Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel come complete with a TV, in-room movies, internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, 24-hour room service, a hairdryer, comfortable bedding and a full en-suite bathroom.
Dine at the laid-back Grill At The Castle restaurant before sitting back with a freshly-made cocktail at The Library Bar. The hotel also provides frequent fitness classes, a gym room, a large swimming pool, a whirlpool and a Scandinavian wood sauna and steam room. Be sure to ask the warm and inviting concierge staff for recommendations and top tips regarding the local area.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 113
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Dublin Airport
- Distance: 46.7 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Airport Name: Dublin Airport Distance: 46.7 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1287 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 03/2017, remy0209 wrote this review.
My husband and I arrived in Dublin off of an overnight flight. We were exhausted to say the least with no sleep on the plane. It was 6am when we got to the hotel. The hotel was gracious enough to allow us to check in at that time even though check… See more
My husband and I arrived in Dublin off of an overnight flight. We were exhausted to say the least with no sleep on the plane. It was 6am when we got to the hotel. The hotel was gracious enough to allow us to check in at that time even though check in wasn't until 4pm. We got a few hours of sleep then took the train into the city. The staff at the hotel was very helpful with suggestions for navigating Dublin and suggested the train as the best way to get around. It is a short walk from the hotel. The train was great, clean and safe. The hotel food is good as well. We drank and ate in the Dungeon Bar and Grill which was great. We watched the BIG Rugby game between Ireland and Wales, Ireland lost but it was a great experience to see how passionate they are about their sports. The only cons I can think of was that when we got to our room we couldn't figure out how to get the electricity to work. The front desk never told us to put the room key in the slot by the door for electricity. It was an oversight I'm sure and not a big deal in the end. Also the bed was very hard in my opinion but then again I like a soft bed. Everyone is different. My husband didn't mind it at all. It was a very pleasurable stay all in all and I would recommend and stay there again in the future. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, LERA7 wrote this review.
Firstly have to address a previous review which completely slated the beds and water pressure. I have stayed in a lot of 4 and 5 star hotels and I can honestly say the bed was definitely in the top 3 of the most comfortable beds I've slept in. The… See more
Firstly have to address a previous review which completely slated the beds and water pressure. I have stayed in a lot of 4 and 5 star hotels and I can honestly say the bed was definitely in the top 3 of the most comfortable beds I've slept in. The mattress was deep and soft and we had a wonderful sleep. Secondly the pressure in the shower was so strong I could not put it on full. Wonderful. The hotel and it's furnishings are dated but in good condition and an effort has been made to give the rooms a luxurious look. Dinner in the Restaurant was good and the waitresses Jessica and Lydia were outstanding. Breakfast was definitely a 4 star almost bordering on a 5 star experience although the presentation of the "full Irish " was a little less than traditional. The only negative experience of our stay was in the lounge when we were having a bite to eat in the afternoon. Firstly we had to go look for someone to serve us and secondly as the lounge is literally beside the swimming pool we were subjected to the waiting children of an upcoming afternoon swim class screaming and running around the lounge area in their swim gear. Not appropriate and unfair to hotel patrons hoping to enjoy a quiet and relaxing afternoon. Should be addressed. Overall though we had a lovely stay and would recommend to anyone wishing to explore the area. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, brianlisa2 wrote this review.
I stayed in Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel in Match 2017 for one night. On arrival at the hotel there was scaffolding and building works going on to the front of the hotel. On arrival there seemed to be confirmation families attending the hotel and there … See more
I stayed in Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel in Match 2017 for one night. On arrival at the hotel there was scaffolding and building works going on to the front of the hotel. On arrival there seemed to be confirmation families attending the hotel and there was children running wildly around the hotel everywhere. Check in was fine. The double room was clean, though the room was a little outdated. I found the signage in the hotel lacking. It was hard to find the restaurant which was situated down stairs. Food in the restaurant was lovely and the menu was very good with a great selection on offer. The staff in the restaurant were very nice and friendly. Upstairs in the main bar i found the staff to be stretched to the limit. There was alot of people attending the hotel fue to confirmation parties and the bar service was very very poor. At 8:30pm there was still children running around unsupervised and guests attending the hotel including myself and my wife felt uncomfortable. It was because of this that my wife and i took our drinks up to our room to escspe the noise from kids running riot. The bed was comfortable but the duvet only barely covered the bed. I went to this hotel for a quiet break with my wife but unfortunately due to kids running around the lobby, bar and tea room that was not going to happen which was a shame. The hotel is close to the coast which is nice to visit for walks. Collapse
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Stay Date: 03/2017, Abbygale B wrote this review.
Our room had peeling wallpaper, stained carpet, mildew in the shower...we were disappointed for a supposed "4 star" hotel. Our family's room had a broken bed so they switched their rooms but it's still disappointing to think they would even offer a r… See more
Our room had peeling wallpaper, stained carpet, mildew in the shower...we were disappointed for a supposed "4 star" hotel. Our family's room had a broken bed so they switched their rooms but it's still disappointing to think they would even offer a room with a broken bed! The redeeming quality of the hotel was the food. We ate dinner at the dungeon and it was delicious even though they were busy. My advice is book a room elsewhere with the kind of money this hotel costs, or ask for a recently refurbished room to avoid disappointment. The nearby park is an amazing walk with hill with a 360 view of Dublin, the ocean and to the south. We walked this at dusk and it was gorgeous. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, consuela m wrote this review.
Beautiful hotel! Traveled with a group of 6 friends and the hotel was very accommodating and helpful. All that was really left to be desired was a very limited selection of food for dinner. No one starved though and we went to bed with full satiated … See more
Beautiful hotel! Traveled with a group of 6 friends and the hotel was very accommodating and helpful. All that was really left to be desired was a very limited selection of food for dinner. No one starved though and we went to bed with full satiated bellies. Collapse
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