In the same region as Iveagh Gardens and Iveagh House, Russell Court Dublin Hotel is around 15 minutes drive from Dublin Airport.
In the same region as Iveagh Gardens and Iveagh House, Russell Court Dublin Hotel is around 15 minutes drive from Dublin Airport. Tourist hubs, such as St Patricks Cathedral, National Museum of Ireland, Guinness Storehouse and Dublin Castle are mere 5 minutes drive from the hotel. Private parties and small business meetings can be held at the function room in the premises. Luggage storage, front desk and free Wi-Fi are also provided here for guests convenience.
All 42 modish and spacious cottages of the hotel are tastefully decorated with light-tone walls, wall-to-wall carpeting and dazzling lampshades. These cosy apartments are available in different bedding capacities. Comfortable beds, clean linen, telephone, cable TV, wardrobe and seating area are the in-room highlights. For added convenience, these self-contained cottages come with laundry room, clean bathrooms and well-appointed kitchens.
Diceys Garden and Beer Garden are the in-house bars stocked with decanters of finest wines and cocktails from all over the world. Dance to the grooving music and dazzling lights of Krystle and Bond Nightclub of the hotel. Those missing out on homely Indian food can walk down to Saagar Indian Restaurant, located close at hand.
Gain an insight into art, culture and history of Ireland by visiting National Museum of Ireland, situated 5 minutes drive away.
Don't go to this hotel. There is a nite club that goes on until 0330h and it is impossible to sleep until 0430h with all the people leaving. This should be brought to any potential client's attention before booking.
Reviewed 46 months ago
Only a short walk from Grafton street ideally situated for town centre,the room we had was a bit shabby and small and on a slope.Diceys bar is under the hotel and is also the hotel bar,drinks very cheap 2 euro a pint all week except saturday be warned this is a very very popular bar and they start queuing early and gets very busy and noisy well into the early hours that is when it all spills out into the street in front of the hotel you might be lucky and not here the police turn up! If you manage to sleep (ear plugs are provided) the breakfast is lovely.
Reviewed 70 months ago
Rooms are particular, in georgian style.
The beakfast hasn't got a plenty: the buffet for continental breakfast is very little.
The location is excellent, near Grafton Street. Walking for 5 minutes, you are in the city centre.
The price is very interesting, it's cheaper than other hotels in the city centre.
The biggest problem is the noise from the disco.
On the ground floor, there's the most famous disco in Dublin, and it's always open.
The guests of the hotel can go into the disco without paying.
It can be a positive thing for someone and a negative thing for someone else. Good for fun, bad for sleep.
I suggest to book a room on the side of the street, better if in the 3rd floor, and so you can sleep quite well.
If you are young and you like fun, this is the right hotel for you. Not for familes and old people.
Reviewed 128 months ago
RECEPTION AND BAR STAFF WERE VERY GOOD HOWEVER THE RESTAURANT STAFF AT BREAKFAST WERE UNHELPFUL, DID NOT GIVE ADVICE AND CLEARED THE TABLE AND COUNTER WHILST DINERS WERE STILL EATING. PLEASANT DECORATIONS AND NO NOISE FROM THE OUTSIDE BAR AS PREVIOUSLY ADVISED IN REVIEWS.
Reviewed 131 months ago
I loved the furniture, the location and the bathroom. Nice terrace.But we got a noisy room next to a waterboiler, where the carpets looked old and the curtains had stains. But all in all it was a pleasant stay.