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Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane
Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane
Hotel Guest Rating: 6.6/10
Cardiff Lane, Sir John Rogersons Quay
Welcome to the Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane
Overlooking the Bord Gais Energy Theatre and featuring a fully equipped health club with a massive indoor pool, the Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane is a popular choice among Priceline guests.
Contemporary furnishings combine with useful amenities in all 304 rooms, some non-smoking, of this eight-story hotel, including free broadband internet access, spacious desks, interactive TVs, tea/coffee-making facilities and 24-hour room service. There's no excuse for not staying fit, with an on-site health club that includes a state-of-the-art gym and a 72-foot heated pool (there's a kid's pool too). Post workout, guests soothe tired muscles in the hot tub, sauna or steam room, or with a massage, then head to the stylish bar for drinks and light fare or to the restaurant featuring Irish and European cuisine, including healthy options developed with the fitness club. There's also a concierge desk. Nearby parking is available for a fee. [Note: The restaurant will be closed for dinner from December 23, 2012 through December 27, 2012.]
It's a two-minute walk from the hotel to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, five minutes to the Convention Centre Dublin and 15 minutes to the O2 Arena. Grafton Street shopping is about 20 minutes away by foot. Dublin Airport is eight miles from the property.
If staying healthy while traveling is a priority, then the stylish Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane, with its impressive gym and health-conscious restaurant, is a no-brainer.
Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane Amenities
- 220 AC
- 24-hour front desk
- 24-hour room service
- Air conditioning
- Alarm clock
- Baby sitting
- BBQ/Picnic area
- Beauty shop/salon
- Bus parking
- Coffee shop
- Color television
- Concierge floor
- Conference facilities
- Currency exchange
- Exercise gym
- Express check-out
- Handicap rooms
- Health club
- Heated pool
- High speed internet connection
- Indoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Pay per view movies on TV
- Safe deposit box
The Hotel does not have its own parking lot however there is Pay & Display Parking on the street outside the hotel operated on a first-come first-serve basis. Alternatively, there is a public parking lot in Grand Canal Square across the street from the hotel and can be booked in advance by contacting the property.Please note there will be limited dining arrangements in the hotel from the December 23, 2013 through December 27, 2013. Stir Restaurant is closed for dinner over this time and there will be a light snack option available in our Vertigo Bar.
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Maldron Hotel Cardiff LaneOur 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.
October 10, 2013
Family Traveling with Teens
The location was misleading in the pricline bidding process. It is farther than the 1/2 mile from the city centre advertised in the priceline info by any cacluation. This was NOT a city centre hotel. It is several blocks to a bus to go to the city centre, and with my bad knee the location required a 7-8 euro cab fare each time we wanted to go to town or even to dinner. It's a modern but soulless place to stay, unless you're attending the theatre across the street. All cab drivers cautioned us against walking in the surrounding neighborhood, which is rough and left behind in the redevelopment scheme when the Celtic real estate bubble burst. There are no traditional pubs or even independent restaurants in the vicinity, except for those in hotels. The lack of neighborhood or even city centre vibe makes this hotel feel like a manufactured, marooned nation-less experience rather than a welcoming and specifically Irish one. The lobby and elevator smelled of fried fish for two of the three days we were there, and the lobby is dour. Disappointing to say the least. In such an historic, architecturally and culturally alive capital city, this is a location and a hotel to be avoided. ...
May 9, 2013
When walking into the hotel it is a feeling of something very modern and sleek. The rooms are spacious but are missing a lot of the basic necessities of a four star hotel. First off, I have never stayed at a 3, 4, or 5 star hotel that does not have bathroom toiletries. Yes, there is a Dove Shampoo and Conditioner attached to the wall in the bathroom but they do not provide you with any soap. The hand soap is attached to the wall next to the sink and there was no way you can take it to the shower. I often stay in a hotel in a European country at least once a month and this is the first time I have ever encountered something like this. Also, I did not have very good encounters with the staff. Vivienne was amazing and she did everything possible to make our stay enjoyable, I wish I could say that the other employees did the same. ...
April 22, 2013
The hotel accommodations were outstanding. The only negative was that the hotel is a little ways from all the action. We just walked to the center of the city each day (about 10-15 minutes) and took a cab back to the hotel at night (about 5 Euros). Very nice hotel (with free WIFI). Recommended.
April 14, 2013
a comfortable but basic stay. add a credit card at check-in to use vending services. request a room w/a view if possible. nice seaport/park just across the street behind the theater. a bit far from shopping, pubs, but a doable walk in nice weather.
October 3, 2012
Overall, a satisfactory stay. The positive points of this hotel include the very friendly and efficient staff, clean and comfortable rooms and the short distance walk (about a 10-15 minutes) to most of Dublin's main attractions. As well, they let us check in much earlier than the check in time which was a plus because we we arrived early in the morning and very tired after an overnight international flight. It lacked a little charm for a 4-star hotel but otherwise, perfect for a place to crash while visiting Dublin. ...
October 2, 2012
Maldron on Cardiff is decent, but definitely
not a four-star hotel. The staff is polite and friendly, and was the best part of the stay. The room was what I would expect from a cheaper hotel and the bed was extremely uncomfortable. The double bed in the room was hinged, as if the bottom could be folded up to meet the top and this joint squeaked at every tiny movement. The mattress was AWFUL, very thin and flat. Pillows were very flat and offered no support. There is
no WiFi in the rooms, only in the lobby -
very inconvenient for international travelers who may be relying on WiFi access for phones to keep in contact with friends and family via internet. ...
November 17, 2011
November 2, 2011
Hotel appeared very modern but some of the interior finishes appeared to have begun to show some wear. From website had very nice fitness facilities but was unable to use them as hotel suffered power loss during my stay. The power issue was outside the hotel's control and they handled it as well as possible.
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