Ballsbridge Hotel Non Refundable
Per Person Per Night
- 30 minutes from Dublin International Airport
- Easily accessed to Dublin's main attractions
- Complimentary high speed Wi-Fi
- Very traditional ' The Dubliner pub '
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Ballsbridge Hotel is a hotel located in one of Dublin’s most prestigious post codes, Dublin 4, and yet is only a 15-20 minute walk from Dublin city centre. It's easily accessible to top Dublin attractions including Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, the Jameson Distillery, Temple Bar and the shopping thoroughfares of Grafton and Henry Street.
The classic double rooms in Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin are stylish and classically inspired bedrooms (28sqm) in a great Dublin City location. Each room offers a double bed with luxury duvets. Our spacious and comfortable rooms are complimented by tea and coffee making facilities and Wi-Fi internet access (charges apply).
Ballsbridge Hotel offers a fantastic range of dining options to compliment your stay in Dublin City. The Dubliner Pub, fitted with traditional furnishings including vintage leather couches and original bar fixtures, offers a wonderful informal dining option combined with a lively pub atmosphere. Whether looking for somewhere to watch the match or enjoy a relaxed meal with friends, this Dublin bar provides the perfect place to wind away an afternoon or soak up the evening atmosphere.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Non Smoking Rooms
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2513 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Best Beef Ribs & Pizza I've ever had in Ireland
Stay Date: 05/2018, Avi R wrote this review.
We decided to eat lunch at the hotel's restaurant over the May bank holiday. We really liked the food and especially the beef ribs that really tasted fabulous! The Pizza my son ordered was as good as the pizza we ate in Naples, Italy last summer. The… See more
We decided to eat lunch at the hotel's restaurant over the May bank holiday. We really liked the food and especially the beef ribs that really tasted fabulous! The Pizza my son ordered was as good as the pizza we ate in Naples, Italy last summer. The Buffalo wings were spicy as one would expect. The salmon was tasty and succulent and the kids menu was excellent value for money. We finished with a fruit salad and a Pavlova cake, both finger-licking! I've lived in Ireland for 6 years now, and this restaurant is one of the best I've eaten in. I highly recommend Chef Muno and Jack & Elaine - really fabulous food and excellent service! Thank you guys for the great hospitality!!! Collapse
Old, overpriced, and not sleep friendly
Stay Date: 04/2018, Flameeyes wrote this review.
I've stayed at this hotel in April 2018 on a business trip, booked direct and prepaid. I used to live in Dublin and have since visited a number of different hotels in the city centre, and this is going to be the only one I'm never going to visit agai… See more
I've stayed at this hotel in April 2018 on a business trip, booked direct and prepaid. I used to live in Dublin and have since visited a number of different hotels in the city centre, and this is going to be the only one I'm never going to visit again. Most important thing is that the walls (and doors) are very thin. I was given a room across the hall from the elevators, and all the guests chattering while waiting for them would be heard perfectly fine by the bed. Worse, one of my neighbouring rooms hosted a baby, who I could hear crying very plainly, and twice woke me up in the middle of the night. When asking reception if they had any earplugs (which sounded a common request given the walls), I was told they don't and they could send someone to check on the baby (what are you going to do with a crying baby? nothing — it's just that the other guests should not be bound to hear them!) After the second night I was woken up, I asked for a new room and was moved up two floors in a room half the size of the original one. Given I paid in excess of €800 for 6 nights, I felt cheated, but I needed to be able to sleep anyway. Speaking of noise, if you're facing the parking lot on a Saturday night (and I assume Friday night too), expect a lot of noise as intoxicated people are dropped off by taxis until late. Speaking of the rooms themselves, they are quite run down. The carpet is not flat on the floor at all, the bathroom faucets have a single tap (good), but the mixer is quite bad and unless you spend a few minutes finding the right ratio of hot and cold you end up with a badly mixed of scorching-freezing-scorching-freezing water. But at least there is hot water with pressure for a shower. The shower gel felt mostly useless to me, and preferred using my own. On the more technical side of things, electrical plugs are badly placed: while there are two plugs on the writing desk (in both rooms I was at), one is taken by the lamp, despite a ground-level plug being in reach), nothing sensible is by the side of the bed: in the first room, I was able to plug a phone charger by moving the plug of the bedside lamp. In the second room, no plug by the side of the bed was available at all, the lamps looking like they would plug behind the centre of the bed. And speaking of cabling, in the first room the amount of cables behind the bed scared me a bit, particularly when I noticed exposed wires — these appeared to be just phone cables anyway, so not a big problem. Internet connection is provided by Virgin Media — but during my stay it was vastly unusable: sometimes it would work, allowing you to get to the captive portal and login, but even then it could sometimes be uselessly slow (11 _seconds_ ping time to any address), and in most of the cases it would just not even let you login. It sounded like a hardware problem, so I informed Virgin Media of it to verify. Overall, I'm fairly disappointed by the stay, and will not recommend this hotel to anyone. Collapse
Bridge the gap
Stay Date: 04/2018, Lorraine W wrote this review.
Easy to get to by bus from the airport. Very welcoming staff at the desk. Always there to give guidance and help with a smile. Clean and well equipped room, although I have my usual gripe about poor shampoo/conditioner. Admittedly, there was no air c… See more
Easy to get to by bus from the airport. Very welcoming staff at the desk. Always there to give guidance and help with a smile. Clean and well equipped room, although I have my usual gripe about poor shampoo/conditioner. Admittedly, there was no air conditioning, but a family member whom we were visiting said, “This is Ireland, what do you expect?” Despite being on a main road and being a very large hotel, we were pleasantly surprised by how quiet it was. We always walked into the city and it was a good walk, but there are buses if you are not a walker. Collapse
Superb hotel good value
Stay Date: 04/2018, Scott D wrote this review.
Amazing staff on reception very clean hotel with excellent facilities. Very helpful concierge service. Comfortable beds amazing power shower high standard of cleanliness highly recommended. The breakfast is self serve but kept fresh and regularly top… See more
Amazing staff on reception very clean hotel with excellent facilities. Very helpful concierge service. Comfortable beds amazing power shower high standard of cleanliness highly recommended. The breakfast is self serve but kept fresh and regularly topped up, staff on hand if you need anything. Great eating space. Love how the pub is also attached and very comfortable everything you need in one place Collapse
Excellent hotel to start my Ireland adventure
Stay Date: 01/2018, parkschris wrote this review.
Stayed here for the first 2 nights of my Irish vacation. Arrived early from Dublin Airport at 6:30 AM; the check in time was 3:00 PM. The assistant manager graciously allowed me to check into my room at 7 AM. Beautiful room on 8th floor; double queen… See more
Stayed here for the first 2 nights of my Irish vacation. Arrived early from Dublin Airport at 6:30 AM; the check in time was 3:00 PM. The assistant manager graciously allowed me to check into my room at 7 AM. Beautiful room on 8th floor; double queen size beds, well appointed bathroom. Quiet room. Did not have a meal at hotel. Did have a good cup of coffee and a scone one morning at the coffee bar. Hotel is close to DART train station; 20 minute walk into the City Centre. Enjoyed my stay here, Great start to another great Irish holiday. Collapse
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