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Lovely rooms, short walk to Trinity College to see the Book of Kells and the Trinity College Library. Fairly heavy traffic and a longstanding public transportation improvement project make the route a bit circuitous, but not a major problem. Would definitely stay again.
"Stunning location - couldn't wish for better"
Stayed here on business for two nights, and as we were travelling to different locations, this was an ideal location. It wasn't cheap, but then - with the current Sterling collapse - not many places in Ireland are. But this is worth the money. Levels of service were definitely five-star and the breakfast was excellent. Kippers available at no extra cost - smashing! More exotic tastes such as mine also catered for - a whole honeycomb to cut at, and a jug of beetroot juice if that sort of thing takes your fancy for breakfast. Other - more traditional - versions of breakfast are also freely available (assuming you book breakfast in your rate, that is. It's €22 otherwise. The tram stop is outside, there's also a taxi rank and you're right by Grafton Street for the shops. And finally, the beds are really comfortable so you shouldn't go home with a crick in your neck, although you could end up with a hole in your pocket!
"Very pleasant stay"
The team was very very friendly and made us feel welcome from the very first moment. The room was nice, facing St. Stephens Green. Good windows as we could not hear anything from the street above. Breakfast was good too. Location to explore Dublin is ideal, almost everything in walking distance. Would love to come back.
My wife and I spent 3 nights here and absolutely loved it. Mentioned to the concierge Tony it was my wife's 40th birthday he went above and beyond my expectations in making my wife's birthday very special. From breakfast to dinner there were special surprises aligned along the way making my wife feel the most special woman in Dublin that day. He also helped us arrange day trips and recommended the citron restaurant located within the hotel and we weren't dissapointed the food and staff were fantastic. The accommodation, surroundings was nothing less than what you would expect from a 5 star hotel however it is the staff that who make the Fitzwilliam hotel. Everyone made us feel so welcome concierge, reception, bar, waiting staff even the chefs spoke to my wife after her birthday dinner to ask how her meal was and wish her happy birthday. I've never felt so well looked after even the resident manager Will approached us on several occasions to ask us how we were enjoying our stay. If your going to Dublin I thoroughly recommend the Fitzwilliam hotel even the location is perfect.
"Week long vacaation"
Fitzwilliam hotel Oct 14 to 25 2106 Room 621 We first arrived and were greeted with friendly service and the doorman who escorted us to a day room allowed us to store our luggage with a have a shower use the restroom as we waited for short time. We were also told by manager Grant that we would be upgraded to a mini-suite which included a living room dining room area full bath comfortable bed. The rooms are very comfortable and everything works properly and there's not much in the way of views from our 6th floor suite #621 but there is a green roof outside. This hotel is located near Grafton Street and on Saint Stephen's Green Square. Grafton Street acts like a pedestrian mall most of the time of the shopping district that has interesting places to explore. From this location it seems like most of exciting Dublin is within walking distance even Trinity College. The concierge and manager both took a personal interest in making sure that we were comfortable and delivered several amenities to the room including large bottles of water welcome chocolates and a sightseeing an information packet all of which was helpful. The washroom is quite large with a wonderful but tight shower that is adequate size and well appointed bath amenities. If you are like me you will certainly need a full classic a shower but can make this work. Understand from a local chef we met at Sheehan's that Thornton's is closing at the end or 2016. See our local food option reviews, there are several great ones close by. This is a great location for a wonderfully walkable city. Easy access to grafton street from which you can branch off left and right into the side streets and discover wonderful little shops and eateries. Also to walk to St Patricks or the Guinness Storehouse learn the back way to walk it, it is only 15 minutes but not very scenic. You can wander back throughout the Temple Bar area and up Grafton which takes much longer but has an infinite number of jumping off points. Bottom line, a well appointed luxury property with friendly and helpful staff and in a perfect location as a base of operations for a Dublin visit.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM