Ardmore Hotel in Dublin
Hotel Guest Rating: 8.5/10
Welcome to the Ardmore Hotel
Low rates, free Wi-Fi and complimentary secure parking, plus a lively bar and cozy rooms, get solid ratings from Priceline guests for the Ardmore Hotel in North Dublin.
Guests who like to hunker down in their room find the amenities that make it easy to do so at this five-story hotel: complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-panel TVs, tea/coffee-making facilities and 24-hour room service in all 96 rooms, some non-smoking. Those who prefer the company of others head to the bar, where there's an extensive bar menu, live entertainment on weekends, a heated patio and a 15-percent food discount for hotel guests (excluding breakfast). Additional amenities include a seasonal restaurant, free newspapers, guest laundry facilities and vending machines. Secure underground parking is on the house.
The Ardmore is located on the N2 between Finglas and Glasnevin. It's a 10 or 15-minute ride to the city center on a bus that stops outside the hotel. Nearby attractions include the National Botanic Gardens, one-and-a-half miles away, and Croke Park, three miles from the property. Dublin Airport is seven miles away.
Priceline guests appreciate the "nice common areas" and "lovely restaurant" at the "affordable" Ardmore Hotel, an easy bus ride from the center of Dublin.
- Free Parking
- Room Service
Ardmore Hotel Amenities
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Baggage Storage
- Breakfast in the Room
- Dry Cleaning
- Facilities for Disabled Guests
- Free Parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- Meeting/Banquet Facilities
- Non-smoking Rooms
- On-site Parking
- Private Parking
- Room Service
- Vending Machine (drinks)
- Vending Machine (snacks)
- WiFi Available in All Areas
Please provide the same card at check-in that was used to book the room.While the hotel will always try to accommodate a guest preference for a smoking or non smoking room, this is not always possible. Please select a preference but be advised that the request cannot be guaranteed.
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Ardmore HotelOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
June 4, 2014
1st I want to say that the Staff was Excellent. You could not have asked for better service - Front Desk and Room. The hotel is a little out of the way but easily accessible to Dublin by public transportation. There are NO restaurants near the Hotel so you need to be sure to eat while you are in the city. Coffee is offered in the room so we picked up some pastry for breakfast. The meals in the Hotel are OK. We arrived on a Sunday night and the Bar/Restaurant had a special going on for dinner to entice the local people which made it hard to get waited on. We tried to have breakfast the next morning but it did not look too enticing. We did mention it to the front desk as well as the experience in the Bar. The Bar/Restaurant was OK the next night and we did not go back for breakfast. The room was a nice size and well taken care of. There is not much you could want that they will not try to do for you. It is best if you take a Taxi from the Airport (24 Euro) The hotel will set you up going back for 19 Euro, otherwise you will need to take several buses to get there. It is a 15 min ride by Taxi. WiFi worked well and the complaints about the noise is only if you leave the window open. It is a busy street but so is all of Dublin all day and all night. ...
May 17, 2014
September 14, 2013
Excellent hotel, comfortable and reasonably priced
January 26, 2011
This hotel had nice common areas and a lovely restaurant which was surprisingly empty, since the food was outstanding. My husband and I travel overseas and in the US a bit and know quite a bit about food and wine since I work in the hospitality industry and the food and service we received at the cream was really great. I would not recommend this hotel if you are looking to venture into the city center. We stayed here overnight because we had an early morning flight out of Dublin the next day. It also seemed to be a hotel that younger people stayed in since it was nice and affordable but this led to the problem of having drunk 20 somethings roaming the hallways yelling and banging on doors (three separate incidents) between 3-5 am.
December 2, 2010
September 23, 2010
Comfortable, clean, staff very accommodating and friendly and helpful.
September 22, 2010
Hotel was very nice, clean and attractive, located in a very nice location. Close to everything.
May 12, 2010
It was a nice hotel the pub in the hotel was good with a good selection of beers. Very close to the airport and Ikea.
April 10, 2010
The hotel staff was extremely helpful. They went above and beyond for us. The room was very comfortable and everything was spotless and clean. It is very accessible to the airport and City Center is a short bus ride (10-15 mins), and it stops right in front of the hotel. I would expect a hotel of this caliber to cost a lot more than we payed.
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