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- Just a short walk from the Aviva Stadium
- Views of the city skyline, coast and mountains
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Stay at the fabulous 5* InterContinental – Dublin hotel and experience the convenience of having the top attractions and travel links of the city close at hand. Shop at nearby Grafton Street, enjoy a championship rugby game at the new Aviva Stadium or sit back and relax in one of many Dublin pubs and eateries.
The guest rooms at the InterContinental – Dublin hotel are luxurious in design and offer a range of furnishings and additional facilities to make your stay a special one. All rooms include a flat screen TV, a tea maker, a mini bar, a DVD player, free standard internet service, a private bathroom with all necessary amenities and air-conditioning.
Relax and unwind with a trip to the on-site spa, before enjoying a delicious meal at one of the fine eating establishments located within the hotel. The InterContinental – Dublin hotel also includes a Lobby Lounge bar, an extensive fitness centre, frequent live entertainment, an indoor pool, a beauty salon, a gift shop, a florist and a babysitting service.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Treatment Rooms
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1791 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Excellent Meeting Place
Stay Date: 04/2017, Ann881 wrote this review.
Lounge area great place to meet someone for a catch up or meeting. Easy to park. Very friendly & attentive staff. Good menu, recommend the wrap. Good value for money, nice buzz and mix of people about. Great alternative than meeting in the city centr… See more
Lounge area great place to meet someone for a catch up or meeting. Easy to park. Very friendly & attentive staff. Good menu, recommend the wrap. Good value for money, nice buzz and mix of people about. Great alternative than meeting in the city centre Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, kates70 wrote this review.
We spent 5 days at the Intercontinental Dublin, over the Easter weekend. This was our first trip to Ireland, and we were overall happy with our stay and pleasantly surprised. While the location is out of the city centre, and we spent a fortune on ta… See more
We spent 5 days at the Intercontinental Dublin, over the Easter weekend. This was our first trip to Ireland, and we were overall happy with our stay and pleasantly surprised. While the location is out of the city centre, and we spent a fortune on taxis, it was very beneficial to be a quiet neighbourhood. The good things: 1)This was a former Four Seasons, so you can still see and enjoy the benefits of the large bathrooms, nice linens, etc. The executive rooms were newly updated and spacious for most of the room, however, the chair area was a bit congested with three chairs crammed into a small space. Oh, and it was super quiet most of the time. 2) The staff were all very courteous and pleasant. 3) High tea was a really lovely experience, and we received excellent customer service from Grainne. 4) Bar staff were great and friendly. Thanks to Zvjezdan and Roza. The things that could be improved: 1) Lots of unattended children over the Easter break. A girl rolling around the lobby and dinning room with roller skates on during Easter Sunday High Tea.. front desk staff didn't say a thing. Kids literally climbing up on the bar, only to be rescued by a random customer (not staff). Parents not really paying much attention to the misadventure of their children and this was a theme. One of our five nights was ruined by two excessively rambunctious small boys placed in the room next to us. This could have been prevented if there was consideration to placing families in a more considerate way. We lost sleep due to this family. 2) We ate in the main lounge several times. Service seemed to suffer a little each day, with too few staff to cover the amount of people. The staff worked very hard, and should be commended for their efforts. Managers should schedule more staff to cover peak times like Easter weekend. 3) Bar menu was really below par. Cold and inedible steak and calamari. Think this was an issue with the number of people, and the inability of the food runner to get the food out quickly enough. Overall, the staff were friendly and tried very hard, the rooms are great, high tea is excellent. Adjust your expectations for the dinner menu, and be careful of holidays and peak times. Collapse
Very disappointing for five star hotel
Stay Date: 04/2017, Karen1567 wrote this review.
Given this hotel was previously a Four Seasons, I expected a much better level of service than what was provided. While the common areas are decorated to a high standard, the rooms are a bit tired, as a number of other reviewers have mentioned. How… See more
Given this hotel was previously a Four Seasons, I expected a much better level of service than what was provided. While the common areas are decorated to a high standard, the rooms are a bit tired, as a number of other reviewers have mentioned. However, the biggest issue by far was the quality of the wait staff in the restaurants. Every meal was a frustrating experience as although most (but not all) of the staff are friendly and appear well meaning, they are just overwhelmed. The first day we ordered lunch in the lounge area as the main restaurant is not open for lunch and despite ordering just two bowls of soup and a cheese plate, the soup for one guest arrived twenty minutes before the other and required no fewer than requests to three staff members. Breakfast the next morning was chaotic; coffee had to be repeatedly requested, toast arrived without butter, silverware was missing-all in all, not a five star experience. Unfortunately, breakfast the next morning was even worse, with a twenty minute queue to even sit down despite the number of empty tables. The wait staff take an order, and then return a few minutes later to ask again what you have ordered. Others run the food in from the kitchen, clueless as to what orders go to what tables-the guests actually have to identify their meals. A bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese was 6.00 euro on Friday and 13.00 on Sunday, and the bagel was cold, soggy, and with only a trace of cream cheese. Although we were offered breakfast on a complimentary basis after commenting on the wait, we would have much rather enjoyed our meals and paid for them. All in all, I have stayed at four star hotels across Ireland with much better service and food than the Inter-Continental. The service in the rooms was only marginally better-although clean an opened, half-empty bottle of water remained on top of my minibar from when I first entered the room until I checked out. There is little to no attention to those little details that make a stay at a five star hotel so special. This felt like an experience at a mid-range chain that could be located anywhere. Collapse
Good but not great !
Stay Date: 04/2017, clairelorraine wrote this review.
I have stayed here on a few occasions previously (even reviewed it once before) all while under the four seasons name. The hotel is much the same, room decor has been updated in places with large bed heads and colourful arm chairs etc, all very pleas… See more
I have stayed here on a few occasions previously (even reviewed it once before) all while under the four seasons name. The hotel is much the same, room decor has been updated in places with large bed heads and colourful arm chairs etc, all very pleasing on the eye. So what was it about this stay that didn't match up to previous ? The lack of that 5 star customer service which has always been fantastic here previously, no offer of assistance with bags on check in, no turn down service and having to pay for parking (never had to previously !). Great hotels are made so by there attention to detail and outstanding customer service, if the intercontinental wants to remain in this league they need to pull up there socks I m afraid. Collapse
Pleasant first class hotel
Stay Date: 04/2017, Sannster wrote this review.
We very much enjoyed our four-night-stay in this hotel - pleasant atmosphere, helpful staff and delicious breakfast. We also enjoyed the small pool and jacuzzi particularly since the weather in Dublin was a bit rainy during our stay. The room was com… See more
We very much enjoyed our four-night-stay in this hotel - pleasant atmosphere, helpful staff and delicious breakfast. We also enjoyed the small pool and jacuzzi particularly since the weather in Dublin was a bit rainy during our stay. The room was comfortable and relatively quiet except some noise from the neighboring room - however, we travelled with kids so I'm sure we produced some noise too... The hotel is situated in a quiet area (only a limited amount of restaurants nearby) and easily reached from the airport even by bus. It's also easy and recommended to walk to the seaside, Sandymount - at least we enjoyed our stroll there. Collapse
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