Hilton Garden Inn Dublin
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- Ideally placed just 10 minutes from the city centre
- Wi-Fi access
- Full-service restaurant on-site
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Enjoy a relaxing break at the Hilton Garden Inn Dublin hotel. The hotel is ideally placed just 10 minutes from the city centre, and is nearby a wealth of travel links. Local attractions and points of interest include The 3Arena, the Board Gais Energy Theatre and Trinity College Dublin – Book of Kells. For a spot of retail therapy, the iconic Grafton Street is the place to be.
All of the stylish rooms at the Hilton Garden Inn Dublin are designed with your comfort in mind. Each room features a 39’ flat-screen TV, a hairdryer, a private bathroom, a mini fridge, ironing facilities and free high-speed internet access. An evening room service is also available for all guests.
Facilities at the hotel include a full-service restaurant and the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry Market. Relax in the bar area and lounge or work up a sweat in the on-site fitness room.
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- Overall: based on 497 reviews
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American style hotel in Dublin
Stay Date: 04/2017, mation101 wrote this review.
Even under construction, it was a great hotel. Going back again in a week. It will be like going home, knowing that we will have a comfortable room in a great location. Would recommend the Hilton Garden to anyone traveling to Dublin
Even under construction, it was a great hotel. Going back again in a week. It will be like going home, knowing that we will have a comfortable room in a great location. Would recommend the Hilton Garden to anyone traveling to Dublin Collapse
Good, modern hotel, under construction
Stay Date: 04/2017, Timothy H wrote this review.
Overall, the hotel was clean, updated, and in a decent location in the city. The flaws are that it was under construction so noises started before 8AM, the parking lot was hard to access during the construction, the drop-off area was cluttered with … See more
Overall, the hotel was clean, updated, and in a decent location in the city. The flaws are that it was under construction so noises started before 8AM, the parking lot was hard to access during the construction, the drop-off area was cluttered with taxis so guests can't actually drop-off and the bathroom cleaning during the stay seemed like a rush job. I wouldn't mind staying again but for the price I may look for other options before I do. Collapse
Great Location To See Dublin
Stay Date: 04/2017, springcircle wrote this review.
Right on the river, short walk to Trinity, Dublin Castle, etc. LUAS right behind the hotel to easy exploring further out. Clean rooms, helpful staff. There is construction currently going on, but they kept it to mid-day hours so our sleep was nev… See more
Right on the river, short walk to Trinity, Dublin Castle, etc. LUAS right behind the hotel to easy exploring further out. Clean rooms, helpful staff. There is construction currently going on, but they kept it to mid-day hours so our sleep was never disturbed. And we could still enjoy the view of the river from our room. Collapse
Great service throughout
Stay Date: 03/2017, The-Browns999 wrote this review.
I stayed here for 4 nights on business in March and had a very good stay. All of the staff that I dealt with throughout my stay were polite, professional and friendly which really makes all the difference when you are away on your own I find. The ro… See more
I stayed here for 4 nights on business in March and had a very good stay. All of the staff that I dealt with throughout my stay were polite, professional and friendly which really makes all the difference when you are away on your own I find. The room was clean, everything worked and I got a good nights sleep every night. When I stayed the hotel was clad in scaffolding and there was major works on-going as the hotel installs air conditioning and additional rooms. FINE! Now hats off to Hilton for making that very clear on their web site. They said that there might be noise during work hours and I was in the office for 8-30am and not back home until 6pm or 7pm this was fine and I never heard a peep. But I really do appreciate them making you aware of it. I stayed twice at Le Meridien Monte Carlo and there's nothing quite like arriving with your wife and kids for a winter break (having chosen a hotel with an indoor pool) only to be told that the swimming pool is shut and major works are ongoing throughout. This was how things like that should be communicated - nice and transparent! :-) Just to point at that when I stayed there was no air con. They have fitted the control units but it's not obviously plumbed in yet. They have however kindly put a fan in the wardrobe which was very helpful indeed and kept me cool enough in the room to sleep well each night. So staff very good, room very good.....lets move on to the facilities. Well with only 4 days in Dublin I have to say I was lazy and did not seek out any gym facilities. Instead I got my exercise by strolling down to the bar each evening and exercising the right arm with some pints. I am delighted to say that this is an incredibly well stocked bar for anyone who likes beer, cider, stouts, ales, etc. I cannot under estimate what a great range of drinks were on offer. Bar prices in the hotel for a frequenter of London and Kent pubs was a bit steep at approx. €6-50 / £6 a pint but having gone to a local pub to catch up with a friend I was surprised that the pub was dearer than the hotel! So I guess not so bad after all. Onto the food! The first night I had a burger and fries room service with beer. After a late evening flight into Dublin I really appreciated the receptionist contacting the kitchen to ask them to stick around so I could get some room service. That was a nice touch. The fact that they did room service beer by the pint instead of a tiny little bottle was even better as I was spitting feathers by the time I got off of the plane! Most evenings I had a two course deal and whilst my firm were footing the bill I need to be mindful of costs and I felt that the food was tasty, nicely presented and good value. There was some handy TV's playing Moto GP bike racing which was perfect for me to gawp at whilst I was having dinner and messaging the family back home. Each day my room was cleaned to clinical perfection. Check out was silky smooth. I would recommend this hotel and will probably be staying there again in Q4. Thanks for reading my review, I hope you have found it helpful. Thanks Hilton Garden Inn staff :-) Collapse
No complaints, a pleasant one night stay
Stay Date: 09/2016, Gaildorfblues wrote this review.
I picked this hotel for it’s location as I travelled to Dublin by bus to attend a show in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. It took me less than 5 minutes to walk from Busaras to the hotel. First impressions were good with a modern & spacious foyer area.… See more
I picked this hotel for it’s location as I travelled to Dublin by bus to attend a show in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. It took me less than 5 minutes to walk from Busaras to the hotel. First impressions were good with a modern & spacious foyer area. Check in was quick, friendly & informative & in no time, I was in the lift up to my non smoking room facing the river. A good sized, spotlessly clean & comfortable room with carpet floor & all the things required for a pleasant one night stay. Very comfortable double bed, work desk & chair, tv, armchair, safe, tea/coffee, iron & ironing board, full length mirror, fridge, smoke alarm. Temperature in the room at night was on the warm side but I wouldn’t go as far as to call it being like a sauna. Plenty of natural light & very good black out curtains, no noise issues whatsoever & so, sleep quality was excellent. The free wifi was very good, fast & consistent. My bathroom was ok, size wise. Fully tiled with bath, fixed head shower with plenty of hot water but not the greatest pressure, hairdryer, shaving socket, good quality toiletries & plenty of towels. I didn’t eat in the hotel in the evening but did have breakfast there. I went down at 08.00 & it was busy but I did manage to get a table almost instantly. Buffet style with a very good selection including full fry, cereals, toast, waffles, croissants, pastries, yoghurts, ham slices, cheese, omelettes, boiled eggs, fruit, fruit juices, tea & coffee. Complimentary national daily newspapers were available. There were vending machines with snacks & drinks. I cannot comment on the gym/fitness room as I did not use it. All staff that I encountered were friendly, helpful & attentive. Location wise, the hotel was excellent. As already mentioned, just a few minutes walk from Busaras, 10 to 15 minutes walk to both Bord Gais Energy Theatre & 3Arena, Convention Centre is nearby & O Connell Street is an easy straight stroll following the river. The Jeanie Johnston famine ship museum is moored right outside of the hotel & there is a Luas light rail/tram stop at the back of the hotel. Collapse
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