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Dylan Hotel Dublin

Dylan Hotel Dublin

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Country: Ireland

City: Dublin

Address: Eastmoreland Place, Dublin, Ireland

Phone number: +35316603000

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Reviews

#1
Not even close to a 5-stars
I will be brief in this review. The hotel is nice, the staff was amazing, very polite and helpful and this is a big plus for this hotel, but the installations are way below a 5-stars hotel. I would say it is max a good 3-stars, just like an Ibis or similar standard of hotel.

My first room was small and AC doing a disturbing noise, then I moved to another room and realized that AC is a general issue in entire hotel, didn’t work well (temperature didn’t change if I set it in 18C or 28C) and too noisy, same situation was experienced by 2 other colleagues staying in other rooms.

Considering the high prices I didn’t see value for money in this hotel, so I would not recommend it to another person. Breakfast and menu were overpriced.

Internet connection was very good, shower and bed comfortable and location good enough for my needs.

Next time I will be in Dublin for work I will try another hotel though.
Review by Ivo

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#2
Frequent guest - home away from home!
I have been staying at the Dylan Hotel Monday to Friday for the past few months for business purposes. I can't stress enough how brilliant my stays have been all thanks to the team of friendly and helpful staff. On arrival, the staff park my car, take my bags and always offer me early check-in on a Monday morning. The staff know me by name now and can't do enough to help, no matter the request. I am usually upgraded to a suite as I am a frequent guest and the rooms are fabulous. Rooms are elegant, spacious, extremely clean and comfortable. Breakfast has lots of choice, you get greeted every morning with a smile and can choose from a buffet style breakfast or the breakfast menu. The hotel has recently been refurbished and looks great. I would recommend this hotel for business and leisure travellers alike. I chat away to the staff, in particular, Ruairi and Mohammad who are so helpful and professional. The Dylan is a home away from home for me! Much better than other 5* hotels in Dublin and the location is also great. 10/10 recommend.
Review by Follow Road67655250353

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#3
Dylan Hotel knows how to provide those precious experiences in life
This Christmas we decided to treat ourselves and spend Christmas Day at the beautiful Dylan Hotel being pampered instead of staying at home to prepare and cook the turkey and ham and all the vegetable adornments that make it one of the most special meals of the year.

Sometimes a change of focus is all it takes to make us appreciate what’s good about our lives.

It was rather last minute when we made our decision but a few quick emails with Ciara ensured that our expected plan for Christmas Day would bring unexpected rewards.

We got two rooms one for the good lady and myself and one for our 20 year old happy face who likes her own space.

Not too far away from Raglan Road one of my favourite songs that conjures up the many charms of Dublin within poet Patrick Kavanagh’s magical lyrics of unrequited love this now luxurious Dylan Hotel would have been a bustling nursing home around the time it was composed.

We took a stroll after we checked in along Raglan Road and back around by the Canal and down by the side of Haddington Road Church to St Mary’s Road.

The Dylan Hotel has many enchanting features and many gifts to offer for those that visit and its staff are at the top of my list followed by its cool modern clean atmosphere. The décor is superb with mirrors used to great effect to create a sense of space particularly in the lounges and restaurants.

The chemistry of appreciation is in the air and when staff convey feelings of gratitude towards guests it releases positive endorphins throughout the body creating a healthy atmosphere. It’s the things we have in common that make our relationships with people enjoyable but the Dylan has a wonderful international staff who made our experience so interesting because of their efficient team work and attention to details in the most warn and friendly ways they attended to our stay from the check in to the restaurant and lounges and the girl who left us water and chocolates and prepped our rooms for bedtime.

Our real values are expressed in the little things we do and how we do them.

Maybe it was the Christmas spirit but I just found our stay at the Dylan surrounded by like-minded families a step beyond happiness but an atmosphere of joy that fills you with hope and faith and love especially sitting in the library randomly reading snippets from the books while relaxing in a white armchair in front of the fire with the big Christmas tree beaming with festivity.

We had opted for the 7pm Christmas Day meal sitting and as soon as we arrived we were greeted by a warm and friendly young lady in a suit taken to our table and treated to an amazing meal by a team of staff who kept a distant but watchful eye on your progress to ensure no waiting time between servings.

We could have opted for many options on the menu but we stayed with the traditional turkey and ham for the main but did experiment with satisfaction with our starters and deserts and everything was top class.

The same smartly dressed manageress was on hand early next morning with her international colleagues and provided me with a pre-breakfast pot of tea and paper before I went for a stroll around the grounds as night turned to day in the leafy suburbs of Dublin 4.

When I returned my gang were up and in form for breakfast which was just superb finishing off our experience with top marks.

Words of encouragement and appreciation like this cost nothing to give but I believe when complemented with such style and care it is important to repay the complement abundantly .

I will long treasure my Christmas Day at the Dylan Hotel
Review by MikTheWhoKenny Dublin Ireland

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#4
A real disappointment.
Having come highly recommended by friends and this TA site, I was very disappointed with the quality of the Dylan. The highest quality rooms were either dark and small (in the eves) or featuring box-spring-like mattresses, inoperable outlets, and poorly designed showers. The hallways were smelly and stuffy as well. Requests and complaints were handled, but there was a lot of miscommunication in the process. After several months of communication with the manager I received a 50% refund, which was kind but insufficient given the poor quality of the stay.
Review by LF99

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#5
Perfect place to stay
Dublin was such a special trip and the Dylan made it all the more special. It was a gorgeous hotel which catered for all of our needs. On arrival we had been given a free upgrade to a lovely spacious room with lovely bathroom. The whole hotel was very quirky with so much to look at and notice on each room. The bar area has a real chilled atmosphere with lovely lighting and we often spent the last part of our evening having a drink there. The hotel is a 20 minute walk from the centre and is in a quiet location but close enough to some local pubs and restaurants. I would highly recommend to anybody planning a trip, such a great find :-)
Review by Explorer39642423364

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#6
A wonderful hotel, faultless
An unassuming hotel the Dylan slightly back from the main thoroughfare of the centre of Dublin. The hotel is beautifully presented being very ornate almost to the point of gaudy.
The staff are very considerate and responsive, the rooms are clean, fresh and full of style. I ordered room service and the options were great and tasted great, other colleagues went to the restaurant and told me it was top notch.
I cannot fault it and it is my new favourite in Dublin!
Review by Mark H

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#7
Beautiful rooms
We stayed here for two nights. This luxurious hotel was clean, spacious and comfortable. We had breakfast there one morning and it was good food and the staff was quick and friendly. It is not too far from pubs though for some reason, it was hard for some cabs to get to the hotel and they would just stop behind Searsons pub. Check-in and Check-out were efficient and quick. The receptionist was informative on great Dublin spots.
Review by Michelle C

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#8
Always a pleasure
always a pleasure to return to the Dylan. Bed is so comfortable! Staff are helpful and friendly. It’s becom our hotel of choice when visiting Dublin. HOWEVER this time we had breakfast room service. It’s not worth the money. We actually only ate the toast! The food was cold, the vegetarian options non existent apart from 1 mushroom and 2 tomatoes. There was some kind of potato which was awful. I ordered bacon which was extra for my husband. But everything was cold. Including the two slices of toast (yes 2!) which came. Don’t bother just go down for breakfast.there is a much wider choice and it’ll be warm. But this won’t deter us from returning as it’s a really lovely place to stay. And you are sure to be welcomed like old friends. Tip for hotel! You need to put soft closing mechanism onto doors and they bang really loudly when closing! Which is fine until 3am
Review by Ursietucker

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Description

Location
Just off Baggot Street in Dublin’s south city centre- Dylan Hotel is Dublin’s leading five star boutique hotel and offer’s its guest’s opulent contemporary comfort in a unique landmark property. The hotel is housed in what was formerly the nurse’s home for the Royal City of Dublin Hospital and take’s pride in the history and character of the unique building and we hope you make the Dylan your home while you are in Dublin.

Rooms
Each of our Luxury queen rooms provides a comfortable and versatile space offering a unique contemporary experience. They are front facing with neighbourhood views through large sash windows in keeping with the Victorian façade of the hotel.

Each of our Luxury queen rooms provides a comfortable and versatile space offering a unique contemporary experience. They are front facing with neighbourhood views through large sash windows in keeping with the Victorian façade of the hotel.

Our Experience rooms & suites are stunningly crafted to reflect the residential luxury of Dublin 4. Each bed is custom made and individual, complimented by Irish designed fabrics. The luxurious goose down pillows and duvets sink into a 7th heaven bed for the best night’s sleep.

Food & Drink
The Eddison is an elegant restaurant inspired by Ireland’s world class food producers. With a contemporary design, the restaurant is bright, airy with an outdoor terrace on either side. The Eddison presents menus of lovingly refined dishes, heralding the best Irish vegetables from each month of the year. Each dish is created in response to this pure Irish seasonal produce and presented beautifully.

The ingredients-driven menus roll from breakfast, lunch and dinner, to late night snacks with drinks. The perfect space to unwind in the city.

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