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Hotel Harrington Hall Hotel 4 star
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70 Harcourt Street Dublin, Ireland -
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This little hotel occupies a nice Georgian residence and belongs to the Manor House group. Ideally situated, it enjoys a central location but in quiet surroundings! The common areas are full of charm and in some cases boast a lovely Georgian style. Obviously, one would expect to find the same elegance in the rooms, but unfortunately this is not the case.

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      Harrington Hall   -   © Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE

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      Harrington Hall   -   © Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE

       
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    Location 7.04 /10

    The hotel is located next to Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green, in Dublin 2. Dublin International Airport is 7.5 mi away.

    Accommodation 6.95 /10

    The 30 rooms, including 2 suites, either look out on the street, or on the magnificent trees in the courtyard. The standard rooms are rather small and without much charm but can sleep 2, 3 and in some cases, 4 guests. They have much appreciated double-glazed windows, as the tram can be quite noisy. These dated accommodation units include a small TV set that hangs from the wall (7 channels), a trouser press, a fan, a tea and coffee-making kit, a phone, and a clock radio. The furniture includes blue wall-to-wall carpet, a bed, a wardrobe, 2 bedside tables and 2 wooden armchairs. The bathrooms are equally tiny and decorated with blue tiling. They include a bathtub, a sink, a mirror, a soap dispenser, some welcome toiletries, and a hair dryer. The 2 suites proposed by the establishment are composed of a lower level with a large sitting room and bathroom, and an upper level that serves as a bedroom. Despite being particularly unusual, the last 2 rooms to be added to the establishment (in the extension that was built in March 2009) are once again devoid of any charm. Room service is available during the day.

    Overview 7.70 /10

    Harrington Hall stands in a lovely street with rows of Georgian homes. There are white columns on either side of the entrance door that stand out superbly against the red brick wall. As they step inside, guests discover a small entrance hall with nowhere to sit. The small wooden reception desk (open 24/7) is nestled in a corner and there is a wide iron stairway. The orange walls are decorated with white motifs and there are paintings displayed throughout the two adjoining buildings. The elegant lounge area with pastel tones boasts large and comfortable cream-coloured sofas placed in front of a grey-white fireplace. The style is resolutely Georgian, as seen in the two windows and their heavy curtains. The paintings are lit up with wall lamps and there is a piano sitting in a corner. The ceiling shows some raised floral patterns, as well as a superb and exquisitely crafted crystal chandelier. Even the furniture displays a high level of refinement! There is a lift to take guests up to the top floors.

    Food and drink 6.70 /10

    On weekdays, breakfast is served from 7:30am till 10:30am and from 8:00am till 11:00am on weekends. The choice is either an Irish or a continental breakfast. The small buffet occupies a corner of the room used for the breakfast service, which happens to be located underground. There is a small window that lets some light in. The fridge that contains the yogurts and fruit juice makes quite a racket and is totally annoying! The setting is simple and has little more to show than yellow walls and blue wall-to-wall carpet, along with some wooden chairs and tables (too close to each other) covered with yellow tablecloths. From 2:30 pm till 11:00pm, guests can order some light snacks (should they feel slightly peckish).

    To know

    Harrington Hall is a quiet hotel that occupies the former home of a famous 19th century business man, Mr Harrington. Next to it stands a second establishment, the "Harcourt Hotel" (it belongs to the same owner), which also has a night club. Guests of Harrington Hall can therefore head for the bar of the neighbouring establishment if they want a little more action. Finally, there is also a business centre. The parking is located behind the house and is free, as is the Wifi Internet access and the use of the establishment's computer.

    Equipment

    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      beauty salon, spa, Turkish bath

    • Sports equipment

      golf

    • Whirlpool bath
    • Meeting room

    advantage

    • The location
    • The Georgian architecture
    • The very refined interior

    disadvantages

    • The rooms, which seriously lack in style
    • No real catering service

    Traveller Reviews

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    • Overall Score nc/10
    • Diane M. Diane M.  
      2 Opinions
      • Package deals in novembre 2013 Posted on 2013-12-06 En couple - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre sans vue)

        Hotel typiquement irlandais et très agréable.

      • Advantages

        Chambres très spacieuses

      • Disavantages

        Les boites de nuit ouvertes même le dimanche!!

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      • Overall Score 6.50/10
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