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Hotel The Mespil(3 stars)

50-60 Mespil Road Dublin 4 View on map
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  • Hotel in general
    4.5
  • Room
    4.7
  • Service
    5.1
  • Location
    5.2
  • Gastronomy
    4.4
  • Sport & Leisure
    1.0

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  • excellent
    6
  • very good
    6
  • acceptable
    1
  • poor
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Christian
Good location, good food, no luxury.
  • Recommended hotel
  • Friends
  • Translated
  • Other stay
  • March 2013
A an ageing hotel the three stars category but completely okay. Front desk and staff very friendly and helpful, the room was relatively large but most 1 single bed and a double bed had. Bath very big and clean, quite basic. Rooms were cleaned each day. Breakfast buffet is well arranged but very good, it wasn't missing anything, also the local beans and leberpuddings could one eat (if you want ☺ ). Hotel is very central convenient, bus and train were not far away. Prices are generally in Dublin a bit high, which the beverages (gueness 5-, whiskey 5-) also ... concerns the smoke, you should discontinue or a stock to take home. (10.-/box). Food in the restaurants quite expensive (starting from 15-up) but there are enough small snacks in all of the corners. (fish & chip about 5-). In summary a good hotel in the three stars department not however nothing more less. read hotel review
  • Gastronomy
    4.5
    Variety of food and drinks
    4.0
    Overall cleanliness in the restaurant and in the dining areas
    5.0
    Quality of food and drinks
    5.0
    Atmosphere & furnishings
    4.0
  • Hotel
    4.3
    Condition of the Hotel
    4.0
    General cleanliness of the different areas
    5.0
    Family friendliness
    4.0
  • Location
    5.5
    Transportation connection and available excursions
    6.0
    Restaurants & bars in the area
    6.0
    Proximity to shopping areas
    6.0
    Other leisure activities available
    4.0
  • Room
    5.3
    Size of the room
    5.0
    Size of the bathroom
    6.0
    Cleanliness & linen change
    6.0
    Room amenities (TV, balcony, safe, etc.)
    4.0
  • Service
    5.5
    Staff's knowledge of foreign language
    5.0
    Reception, check-in & check-out
    6.0
    Friendliness and helpfulness
    5.0
    Competence (handling complaints)
    6.0
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Marcel
Very friendly staff
  • Recommended hotel
  • Singles
  • Translated
  • Proof of booking
  • Business trip
  • October 2012
Really recommendable for a short break. Especially the pub around the corner ('the Wellington') is worth a visit. Also the breakfast is really enjoyable. In addition to that, WiFi is free of charge. Perfect. read hotel review
  • Location
    4.0
    Transportation connection and available excursions
    4.0
    Restaurants & bars in the area
    5.0
    Proximity to shopping areas
    3.0
    Other leisure activities available
    4.0
  • Gastronomy
    4.8
    Variety of food and drinks
    5.0
    Overall cleanliness in the restaurant and in the dining areas
    5.0
    Quality of food and drinks
    5.0
    Atmosphere & furnishings
    4.0
  • Service
    5.5
    Staff's knowledge of foreign language
    5.0
    Reception, check-in & check-out
    6.0
    Friendliness and helpfulness
    6.0
    Competence (handling complaints)
    5.0
  • Room
    4.8
    Size of the room
    6.0
    Cleanliness & linen change
    4.0
    Size of the bathroom
    6.0
    Room amenities (TV, balcony, safe, etc.)
    3.0
  • Hotel
    4.0
    Condition of the Hotel
    4.0
    General cleanliness of the different areas
    4.0
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Well located, in the tooth hotel
  • Recommended hotel
  • Couples
  • Translated
  • City break
  • September 2012
As part of our Southern Ireland trip 'Irish Highlights' by DERTOUR we were staying at the beginning and end of the trip in this hotel. The hotel is already somewhat older, but so far clean and tidy. Only in the gastronomy area, you must be careful, as glasses and tableware could be sticky sometimes or show rests from the previous users. Breakfast is continental or typical Irish/English plentiful at the buffet. In less than 30 minutes you are in the pedestrian area and the pub district Temple Bar behind it. The rooms to the inner courtyard are at night somewhat ... louder, since there are constantly activities and fans running. As part of our Southern Ireland trip 'Irish Highlights' by DERTOUR we were staying at the beginning and end of the trip in this hotel. read hotel review
  • Location
    6.0
    Transportation connection and available excursions
    6.0
    Restaurants & bars in the area
    6.0
    Proximity to shopping areas
    6.0
  • Service
    5.0
    Friendliness and helpfulness
    5.0
  • Gastronomy
    4.0
    Variety of food and drinks
    5.0
    Overall cleanliness in the restaurant and in the dining areas
    3.0
    Quality of food and drinks
    4.0
    Atmosphere & furnishings
    4.0
  • Hotel
    4.5
    Condition of the Hotel
    4.0
    General cleanliness of the different areas
    5.0
  • Room
    4.8
    Size of the room
    5.0
    Cleanliness & linen change
    4.0
    Size of the bathroom
    5.0
    Room amenities (TV, balcony, safe, etc.)
    5.0
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Marie-Luise
Warm welcome in Dublin
  • Recommended hotel
  • Friends
  • Translated
  • City break
  • September 2012
The mespil hotel has approximately 250 rooms. It served us as a starting point for a city tour. Our stay took 1 week. The entrance area, the staircase, elevator and hallways are clean and tidy. Vending machines ( drinks, ice etc.) on the ground floor and 2nd floor. We had a room to the lateral road, it was quiet. The audience was mixed, more often groups, but also locals. From the ages were all age groups represented. At the front desk sometimes a German speaking/ German staff, apart from that is the language of course speaks English. read hotel review
  • Gastronomy
    5.0

    We have twice evenings details in the hotel dinner-soup of the day and pizza - both very good and quickly prepared. There are 2 different rooms, where you can eat.

  • Hotel
    6.0

    The mespil hotel has approximately 250 rooms. It served us as a starting point for a city tour. Our stay took 1 week. The entrance area, the staircase, elevator and hallways are clean and tidy. Vending machines ( drinks, ice etc.) on the ground floor and 2nd floor. We had a room to the lateral road, it was quiet. The audience was mixed, more often groups, but also locals. From the ages were all age groups represented. At the front desk sometimes a German speaking/ German staff, apart from that is the language of course speaks English.

  • Location
    6.0

    The hotel is at a street directly on the Grand Canal in the georgian part of dublin, I would the southern limit of the city area say. Bus connection in approximately 500 meters distance. A shuttle the hop-on/hop-off city sightseeing stops once in the morning right on the hotel. Park st. Stephens green, 'connell street pedestrian precinct/ old town Temple bar you can within 15 to 20 minutes on foot reach.

  • Room
    5.0

    We had a triple -room with a double bed and a single bed. Mattresses feast and pleasant. Room sufficient size, flat screen-tv, desk, small round table with 2 armchairs available. The room was located to the lateral road, therefore very quiet. Telephone, coffee-/ tea making facilities available, hair dryer also. Bathroom big with tub and shower. Unfortunately no handbrause, but feast mounted shower head on the wall without large verstellmöglichkeit. Bath with handles/ausstiegshilfe.

  • Service
    6.0

    Very friendly staff, always helpful. Adapter for English electricity there are plug sockets at the front desk, maps are in blocks from. Sometimes German front desk employee, apart from that we arrived with our knowledge of English well. For breakfast friendly welcome, you were welcome us to a free table... If we in the extensive breakfast buffet came, the room was mostly already again ready and cleaned. Irish breakfast buffet and continental breakfast and every morning fresh fruit/ fruit salad (no canned fruit!)

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  • What the hotel offers
    Hotel The Mespil Situated a 5 minutes' walk away from St Stephens Green in the center of Dublin, the Mespil Hotel is a 3-star hotel that is favored by families, young couples and friends. Featuring bright decor and 255 spacious guestrooms, the Mespil Hotel in Dublin provides guests with a bistro that is open for breakfast and evening meals, a lunch time carvery, a bar lounge and central accommodation, close to many of Dublin's tourist hotspots. Free internet access is available in all public areas and guestrooms of the hotel via Wi-Fi connection.
  • Location
    The Mespil Hotel is located along Dublin's river walk in the center of the city. Both Grafton Street and the Aviva Stadium can be reached on foot in less than ten minutes, as can cultural landmarks such as National Print Museum, National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square the and National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and History. Bus and metro services operate in the area, connecting guests to other areas of the city.
  • Accommodation
    The spacious rooms of the Mespil feature a contemporary and bright decor, with some offering panoramic city views. Room amenities include TVs, writing desks and bathrooms with showers and hairdryers. Smoking is prohibited inside the hotel.
  • Food and Drink
    A traditional cooked Irish and continental breakfast are served in the Mespil Hotel's bistro every morning. The bistro is also open in the evenings and serves a selection of international dishes a la carte. The hotel's terrace bar offers guests fresh morning coffee and juices, while a carvery lunch is available during the afternoons. Both the bistro and bar feature leather furnishings and bright decor.
  • Leisure
    The Mespil Hotel's central location places guests in the heart of Dublin city center. Grafton Street, the city's main shopping high-street, is a ten minute walk from the hotel, as is the Aviva sport Stadium. The city's lively Temple Bar area, home of many traditional Irish bars and live music venues, can also be reached on foot. Museum lovers will find the National Print Museum, National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square, and National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and History all close to the hotel.
  • Other facilities and services
    The hotel's reception desk is open 24 hours a day, while the staff provide a range of services such as luggage storage, babysitting, dry cleaning and currency exchange.
* HolidayCheck does not assume liability for the accuracy and completeness of the content displayed above. Please bear in mind that the services included in an offer may differ at the time of booking from the description presented here. Solely those services available at the time of booking as shown on the booking form will be offered.

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Amenities

Hotel amenities

  • Library
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Non-smoking room
  • Hotel safe
  • Internet
  • Lift
  • Free parking
  • Car park

Room amenities

  • Writing bureau
  • TV
  • Safe
  • Coffee and tea
  • Bathroom
  • Hair dryer
  • Electronic room keys
  • Wake up call/Alarm clock
  • Pets allowed

Gastronomy

  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian
  • Hotel bar
  • Cafe

A choice of sports

  • Fitness centre

Other hotel information

  • 24 hour reception
  • Babysitting/Child services
  • Information desk
  • Children welcome
  • Wifi
  • Free Wifi access included
  • Laundry service