Hotel Direct`s excellent rates at The Castle Hotel include FREE Full Irish Breakfast. The Castle Hotel is a beautifully restored Georgian property situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre and is just a 2 minute walk from O`Connell Street, Dublin`s principal thoroughfare. The hotel has recently been renovated and many of the original features have been kept intact such as sweeping staircases, crystal chandeliers, antique mirrors and marble fireplaces. A 5 minute walk will take you into the heart of the city giving you access to the shops of Grafton Street, the Guinness Factory and Croke Park. The bars and clubs of Temple bar are less than a 10 minute walk away across the river and the hotel has excellent links to the airport with the Aircoach stopping directly on O`Connell Street.
The hotel has 130 spacious and elegantly furnished bedrooms, all of which have en-suite bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi, television, direct dial telephone and tea & coffee making facilities. The Hotel boasts two eateries, The Castle Vaults Restaurant which has a fabulous exposed vaulted ceiling which was part of the original 19th-century wine cellars, offering modern cuisine, a pre-theatre menu and an evening á la carte menu along with live traditional Irish music at weekends, and the newly opened Old Music Shop Restaurant, set in an historic Georgian Room overlooking Findlater`s 19th-century Gothic Revival Church, offering an all day menu of gourmet snacks and meals.
Bed & Full Irish Breakfast
Check-in: 2pm Check-out: 12pm
Up to 2 children under 3 are accommodated in cots, sharing with 2 adults.
Onsite Car Parking charged at 15 euros per night
BY CAR FROM THE NORTH: Approach along the N1, travel along Dorset Street, making a left turn at the Temple Pub onto Temple Street, continue straight until you meet traffic lights, turn right at the lights and continue straight, the Castle Hotel is on your right.
BY CAR FROM THE SOUTH: Approach from N11 onto Lesson Street, drive around St Stephens Green until you can turn onto Dawson Street, turn right onto Nassau Street. Trinity College will be on your left, bear left at Lincoln Place, turn left onto Westland Row and then left onto Pearse Street. Turn right onto Westmoreland Street and cross O`Connell Street, follow the road around onto Parnell Square. Keep turning left at each junction on the square until you see the Writer`s Museum on your left. At the crossroads drive straight and the Castle Hotel is on your left.
FROM DUBLIN AIRPORT BY BUS: Take bus 747 the Air Coach, 16A or the 41C to O`Connell Street. When you get off the bus you need to walk to the top of O`Connell Street (away from the river). When you get to Parnell Square you will see Findlater`s Church, at the crossroads turn right and the Castle Hotel is on your left.
Friendly staff Good choice for breakfast Lovely clean rooms Excellent bathroom Good location Would return...
Will definitely come again - just two things - could you sort out the squeaky stairs and employ more staff for the restaurant at the weekend. Took ages to get our meal and felt sorry for them as they were rushed off their feet!...
A handy Hotel for the centre of Dublin. Nice comfortable rooms and clean. The live music in the vaults bar was a nice touch the food was good. Breakfast ample and fresh. Friendly waiting and reception staff. Met Finn the owner what a nice fella. would definitely use this hotel again....
Well located for the centre of Dublin and also within easy walking distance of Croke Park. Evening entertainment in the bar was great. Rooms and public areas of hotel were great - throughly recommend hotel....
From the ladies and security man (Pat) on reception to the staff on the bar, you could not fault the hotel service. A fantastic weekend in Dublin, all 10 of us enjoyed it very much!...
Already recommended it to family and friends...
Dublin is a vibrant, wonderfully friendly city and Castle Hotel a great base for our stay. A slightly rambling old building with an interesting history and everything you need for a comfortable stay. Our 3rd floor room was small but cosy, with windows that opened, and well appointed fixtures and fittings. Be aware that the toilet was located in a very narrow space, go for a deluxe room if you want to be guaranteed more space. Our bedroom faced the main street with a constant flow of traffic and city sounds; we rather liked the atmosphere. Ear plugs might be a good idea for some. In the main staff were very welcoming, friendly and helpful; the exception being some of the Reception Team who were somewhat detached. Although helpful when questions were asked a little more interaction would have made for a more welcoming atmosphere. Breakfast was good and other food on offer was of a high standard at reasonable prices. All in all a very enjoyable place to stay....
Beautiful interesting old hotel with very friendly helpful staff. Fantastic breakfasts to set you up for a day`s sightseeing. Would recommend....
Great location, very comfortable, friendly staff, secure off street parking and excellent evening entertainment, wouldn`t hesitate booking again...
Helpful, good food, accommodation. 10/10 from us scots x...
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