場所が、有名なTrinity College に面しているので、わかりやすく、中央インフォメーション、グラフトンストリート、ダートの駅にも近いので便利。ホテルの外側の一角にコンビニがある。内装がモダンでおしゃれ。ビジネスホテル的なよさがある(従業員は愛想がいいとはいえないが、頼んだことはきっちりやってくれる)。２部屋予約したが、部屋単位で会計をしてくれる。朝食が別料金。 普段は街の喧騒も聞こえず静かだが、ホテルの同じ建物の一角に消防署があり、出動するときは夜中でもサイレンを鳴らすので、目が覚める。危険ではないが、もう少しグラフトンストリートに近い方が、便利。まわりに、あまり食事する場所がない。朝食がまずい。
Excellent value for money and its close proximity to RDS & Landsdowne Rd., only 20 mins walk
The location of the hotel was great. Staff were friendly and helpful. Bar lunch was fine. Would stay again. The room was quite dark and small. Car park a little difficult to find even with directions.
excellent room, very clean, excellent location, breakfast superb Nothing
Hotel was very comfortable and staff extremely helpful. The Hotel is situated in a lovely part of the city - far enough away from the hustle and bustle but only a few minutes walk from the centre.
Great location, across from Merrion Square and convenient to city sights and public transportation, but reasonably quiet at night. Good-sized room with ample amenities. My window wouldn't close properly, and the bathroom was somewhat small and inconveniently configured. The bedspread could have used a proper wash. And I didn't like the check-in policy of requiring a contingent debit card payment of not only the full amount for the two booked nights but an additional fee equivalent to nearly another night, as well.
The room was always cleaned to a high standard and it was easy to get to all areas of Dublin from the hotel. We found some of the staff to be unhelpful and the hotel is quite dated.
I liked the location, and convenience, and the breakfast restaurant. There was some confusion about where wireless internet connection was available (I had the impression initially that it was only in the lobby), and there seemed to be inconsistency about the furnishing of each room (I had an armchair the first time I stayed there, but not the second, and was told that that was the way it was, each room varied).
the location, room was nice. you need to check out parking before hand as parking is not at hotel it is down the road a bit. but parking is reasonable at 10euro for 24hr.
Tremendously helpful staff. Cleanliness of rooms. I would like the internet access to be included in the room rate. Rarely does a hotel charge for it anymore. Yours was the only hotel on our trip to do so.
my stay was one of comfort and relaxation. all staff were very friendly and helpful and nothing was too much trouble. an absolute pleasure to have stayed there.
The O'Callaghan Mont Clare is located walking distance from all the sights, but away from the noise of the city center. There is a loading zone right in front on the street so that you can unload your car before returning your rental. You would not be advised to use a car for sightseeing in Dublin. The rooms are average size for Europe, clean and quiet. Front desk staff are very helpful and friendly. A cab to the airport costs about 25 EUR from here. There is no easy bus/train access to the airport from this location. There are good restaurants and pubs as well as a Centra and a SPAR within walking distance.
The staff was incredibly accommodating and pleasant.
It was a gorgeous hotel - the breakfast was a bit pricey but it was lovely
Breakfast was insanely good, the best part of our stay.
The hotel is grand and no detail is overlooked. The breakfast was superb but still talking of the impeccable service. A perfect 10 all around.
the feeling of luxury, excellent service from all of the staff, reception staff were very professional as were porters bar prices are a little on the high side.. Thats dublin i suppose
When I arrived at 10AM, there was no room ready (understandable), but when I returned in the afternoon, I was shown to a room with a worker working on scaffolding directly outside my window. The second room was fine, but I was disappointed that the clerk had initially no problem assuming he could leave us in a room where we could all wave to a worker!
Location is perfect but a bit overpriced for what you get. Room was a nice size and staff was very friendly. I think it is better without kids. Overpriced a bit for what you get. Had to call to have room made up after being out from 9:30-3:0 during the day... I guess someone just forgot.
Lovely staff, very beautiful building. There was no complimentary water or tea/coffee making facilities in the room which was very annoying. We have to queue to get into the restaurant for breakfast - first time I've ever had to queue in a hotel for breakfast and did not expect this from a 5 * hotel.
Excellent staff . relaxing atmosphere. Superior service Breakfast at €29(orange juice and cereal) for a 12 yr old is way too pricey!
The quality of the food was the best in the world and so were the staff especially Helen we just loved it. Everything was perfect
excellent service, excellent staff, luxurious room - Fantastic hotel.
Nothing. I have stayed in better b&bs!!!
Location General dirty appearance and difficulty getting back in after eleven. very noisy in the morning, woken up by street cleaner at 6 o'clock. Good for one night only
Location The lack of sufficient towels for no. of guests staying in the room, despite repeat reminders for 3 sets of towels, no tea-making facilities, no hair-dryer, broken curtain rail (therefore unable to draw curtains to cover the bright street lamps at night to sleep), noise level, creaking beds, shower gel holder fell apart in the bathroom, i.e. the hotel needs some renovation work. Although hotel staff are polite and friendly, it is inconvenient that the front door of the hotel is often shut both during day and in the evening and had to enter via pub entrance and wait for or request someone from the pub to provide us with the room keys (the keys had to be left behind the hotel desk).
Very impressed at 2 (very comfortable) double beds in a twin room. Staff very helpful and friendly. It would be nice if there were a porter to assist with carrying luggage up the stairs.
excellent value for a big room in the perfect location. Was unimpressed that there was not free entry to the night club for residents if the hotel, considering it was quite loud!
The staff were very helpful, good location of hotel No lift
I traveled with a group of 8 people, aged 24 to 80 and the hotel was good for all. The hotel was funky and cool, we had two rooms both nice. Lots of very pleasant travelers in the hotel. The staff were absolutely great, helpful and cheerful. The Irish Music, dancing, and food in the pub below were a great way to start our trip. Museums and resaurants were just a block a way. Area felt safe to walk around at night. I would stay here every time I visit Dublin. No elevator - could be tough on people who have trouble with stairs; all rooms are up at least one flight.
Close to all ameanities and services No tea and coffee making facilites. Very very noisey.
Friendly staff, good bar and music, great hearty food, location Noise from night club! No ventilation in rooms. Suspect door locks - over all delapidated 70's feel.
Staff were excellent. Room was very shabby, wallpaper torn and stained. Beds and mattresses were cheap, lace curtains were filthy dirty. Could hear every footstep of people in room above us.
the staff and comfort of hotel we were given a room which was noisy at the front of hotel but upon request was moved to a better room
comfortable bar and lounge - easy reach of grafton st
The atmosphere friendliness and sense of old world hospitality and charm. A trip back in time to an Ireland that has disappeared with the celtic tiger. Will stay again and again Therese Thompson
we found it retained the friendly ethos we had repeatedly found over 45 years. the bedroom was a good size as was the bed.
The beds were very comfy and the location was great for exploring Dublin. Beautiful and unique hotel. Would stay again. Pay a little more and you get a larger room with larger bathroom as well, feels more relaxed. Lesser priced rooms much smaller. Restaurant was just okay. Breakfast was the best meal , dinner was okay , waiter seemed a little fed up with waiting on our group.
Hotel very well located in Dublin in a nice district and close to museums and center of the city Noisy, noisy, noisy. The noise comes from outside (engines for air-conditionning) and from inside (floor of upper level).
staff were always helpful and friendly I was on top floor and it was necessary to keep the windows open due to heat therefore street noise was a bit annoying at times.
has an edwardian atmosphere of the 30s reflected in courteous and attentive service
Staff v pleasant The room was dark and dreary. The bathroom was not v inviting
Locarion was brilliant and the fact that you could get a room for 4 nothing
Have stayed in Buswells before. As always enjoyed our stay. The staff are excellent ever consious to the needs and comfort of each guest
I liked the overall layout of the room it waz very different and the decor was lovely There wasnt a whole lot on the menus that i would eat
The staff were very helpful, friendly but professional. The decor of the rooms was warm and individual. The air conditioning unit was really noisy even when turned off. I wouldnt have got any sleep if I hadnt had ear plugs with me.
Excellant hotel in a perfect location.Highly recommend,will return when back in Dublin. N/A
room was very spacious and clean. staff was very helpful and curtious. great location. no complaints
central location, the design of the hotel and the rooms breakfast was dear for what you received
nice atmosphere, excellent bathroom, good bar to end evening, super location for a lot (Trinity University, Temple district, Shopping, old town etc. nada
This hotel has a wonderful ambience, a superb breakfast and the regency grandeur of the bedrooms combined with modern comforts makes it a very special place indeed.
The day we left The hotel staff seemed preoccupied with there trendy bar instead of looking after guest needs. The rooms are very shabby and the noise from the bar kept us awake allnight. We asked the night manager about this problem. His reply was very abrupt and simply said its always like this on a Friday and Saturday. If I had wanted a loud and noisey hotel I could have got much cheaper and better in the Temple bar area.
A nice room Very good location of the hotel in Dublin
Slightly different style,nice atmosphere and friendliness of staff. What makes one hotel different from another is the detail and a maintenance guy spending an hour in our room would have resolved one or two issues. The bath had a gap between it and the wall exposing cold and unattractive motar. The shower was tepid when the water was hot from the bath taps; I always rate a hotel on the shower and a good or bad one either makes or breaks it!
d Location to city centre and convenience for all amenities. Management and staff were very helpful and friendly. One of our party is infirm and was accommodated in a lower room which was most appreciative
Clean, beautiful, spacious
Itís very well situated close to the main places to go in Dublin. Just 3 minutes walk fom Trinity College It is too noisy. Room windows don´t isolate you from the noise caused by the traficcit outside.Besides they are a little tight fisted about the running hours of heating systems. They switched off during night so the room is very cold when you wake up. Not to say when you to the bathroom for a morning shower.
We liked the location,convenient for shopping and within walking distance of tourist attractions and eating places. Not easy to access staff when the pub was closed.
First impression of pub and room was a nice place to stay with good Irish character. Bed comfortable and room quite clean. Good breakfast Traffic noise was so loud at times could not hear TV and affected sleep somewhat. Broken shower enclosure taped up and no towel rail (evidence there had been one once). Had to check out early (before breakfast served at 8) on last day and not offered any non-cooked alternative (eg fruit/cereal) although paid B&B for whole stay.Thought pub would be livelier - we didn't see any live music
Great staff, great rooms. We had a very comfortable stay! Would absolutely return.
We were extremely pleased with our accomodations at O'Neills. It was exactly what the advertisement boasted - clean, friendly, and conveniently located! Would definately recommend it to anyone visiting Dublin!
Very cute / attractive building, and close walk to all the sights of Dublin. Great pub on first floor.
Friendly helpful staff Good breakfast Generally a good atmosphere Only two - bathroom ceiling was mouldy and there was no towel rail
The breakfast was delicious and the dining area was convenient and Only one thing. Visitors should know that there is not an elevator! Once upstairs it was fine, but a little difficult with much luggage.
Friendly staff, good pub downstairs (which does not cause noise in our room) The shower drain did not work very well.
Great people,looked after all your needs very helpfull without being intrusive,food excellent with a traditional Irish pub thrown in, what more do you want? We live in a very quiet area and found the traffic noise a bit too much, but a word with Hughie in the morn and he sorted us a room at the rear and problem solved
cheap and near the city centre and also close to bus stops loud environment, really bad smell in the stairs.
The whole experience,the bar has a great atmosphere with irish folk music,the service was excellent and I enjoyed my long weekend in Dublin.
The room was clean, spacious, the bathroom updated. Remember this is above a pub so you you do hear everything going on in the streets; early morning deliveries to restaurants & food stores across the street. Lots of stairs.
Bit noisey in the early hours
Immaculate, friendly, and attendant. No.
handy venue for weekend trip to dublin,price reasonable,no strings attached n/a
The location was good. It was nice to have a Pub to call 'home' while in Dublin. The bathrooms were very tiny. There is no centralized hotel staff, only the bartender in the pub to request services or ask questions.
Noisey area from the bar downstairs confused checkin not very welcoming
Location excelllent, toilet facilities very clean, own door key front and to room. No on site staff, deal with them from bar, budget accommodation. Very dark, only curtains no blinds, as one floor up, very visible from street, Floor area not immediatly visible not hoovered very dusty. No light in hall or landing. basic accommodation with double, single, and let down bed, Bring own toiletories.
great location, fine food , nice staff. What's not to like !
Location To me it seemed like Bentley"s is winding down!! We arrived back from our night at 11.30pm ordered wine and some nibbles got our wine but were told "we don"t do nibbles!! our morning waiter was fab but I lost count of how many times he said sorry!! as any item I ordered from the menue was not possible.
The hotel didn't receive my booking so I had to move hotels.
The majorityu of the staff werte excellent. However one person at the front desk when we checked in was extremely negative to the point of being hostile. I think she was the manager. I found her to be not only disagreeable to me but also thought she spokje to her staff with disrespect. The individual at the front desk. Based on my experience with that front desk manager I would not recommend this hotel
Truly superb location, intimate hotel with just a few rooms, older building with great character but well-maintained, comfy bed with nice sheets, great shower with lots of water pressure and great view. Loved it and would go back in a minute! Staff could be a bit more informed to answer questions about the surrounding area
staff were most helpful and friendly and food and service quite good stairs and no lift - rooms on top floor definitely not suitable for older people or with any kind of disability or health problems
Incredibly helpful staff. Beautiful room. Comfortable bed. Bathroom was spacious and had a 'spa' feel to it. Best breakfast in Ireland.