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Hotel St. George Hotel Dublin Hotel 3 star
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7 Parnell Square Dublin 1 Dublin, Ireland -
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A former residence of the Saint George family, this eponymous hotel is little more than a perfectly decent guesthouse offering small, but clean and functional guest rooms. It is housed in a beautiful Georgian building, which also houses a Mauritian restaurant, and inside, you can really appreciate the mouldings, high ceilings and staircases which characterise the Georgian style.

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      St. George Hotel Dublin   -   © Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE

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      St. George Hotel Dublin   -   © Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE

       
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    Location 7.88 /10

    The hotel is located in Parnell Square at the top of O'Connell Street, Dublin's answer to Bond Street, with the River Liffey and the city's shopping districts just a few minutes' walk away. Dublin International Airport is just 7 and a half mi away.

    Accommodation 6.70 /10

    The 51 clean and functional guest rooms are divided into no fewer than 7 different categories! The 'Deluxe' double room has an extra 32 sq ft of floor area on the standard, making it 140 sq ft, and the decor is also different in terms of the colours used, which are particularly pale. Nine of the rooms overlook O'Connell Street, whille the others enjoy a quieter location overlooking a not unpleasant cluster of neighbouring houses. All rooms are double-glazed and have a plasma-screen television (except in the family rooms) broadcasting 14 channels, a telephone and tea and coffee-making facilities, and whilst 30% of the tiny bathrooms have a bathtub, the remainder have a shower, as well as a hair-dryer.

    Overview 6.70 /10

    The Hotel Saint George consists of a 6-floor Georgian townhouse (which is listed and dates back to 1796) and a very long extension which was added in 1994 when the hotel reopened. The brick façade blends in perfectly with the Georgian-style surroundings, including Parnell Square, and the architect, John Ensor, was in fact an apprentice of Richard Cassels, the inspiration behind the White House in Washington. The hotel's lobby and bar area have preserved the building's original high ceilings, complete with intricate floral-patterned mouldings, and alongside the small reception desk, you will observe a long room furnished with red velvet sofas and a second room where guests can relax quietly with a drink.

    Food and drink 6.70 /10

    If you get a little peckish during the day, head to the 'Dodo' restaurant on the lower ground floor, which is managed independently of the hotel. The restaurant enjoys plenty of natural light, thanks to its large windows, and it consists of two rooms which are very different in terms of decor: one is furnished with light wooden chairs and tables and features the original walls of the former kitchen of the residence; the other is furnished with a series of red bench seats arranged on a black and white chequered tiled floor, where you can sample the Indian and Mauritian cuisine on offer. Unfortunately, there are no Irish dishes on the menu. A continental breakfast is available from 6:00 am, with a buffet between 8:00 am and 10:00 am. Alternatively, you can try the Irish breakfast which is available, or perhaps treat yourself to room service.

    To know

    The welcome you receive here is somewhat unpredictable as it can sometimes be very warm, other times less so. The car park is free and the reception is manned 24-hours a day. Wi-Fi Internet access is free, but there is a charge for using the computer. For architectural reasons, the lift does not stop on the 3rd or 6th floors.

    Equipment

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

      hammam, sauna, keep fit, beauty salon, wellness, Turkish bath, spa

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      fitness, sports, tennis

    • Animals allowed
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Solarium
    • Meeting room

    advantage

    • Clean
    • Functional
    • The location
    • Most of the rooms enjoy complete silence

    disadvantages

    • A real maze
    • The rooms are small
    • The decor is not very homogeneous

    Traveller Reviews

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    • Odile J. Odile J.  
      3 Opinions
      • Package deals in novembre 2013 Posted on 2014-01-30 En couple - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        bel hotel parfaitement situé dans Dublin Chambre calme vue sur jardin petit déjeuner délicieux , variés et copieux Personnel trés sympathique

      • Advantages

        situation trés centrale

      • Disavantages

        chambre pas trés insonorisée et on peut entendre des voisins bruyants!!

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      • Overall Score 9.25/10
    •  Anonyme. Anonyme.  
      1 Opinions
      • Package deals in mai 2012 Posted on 2014-01-29 Seul - 2 nuitées (Chambre sans vue)

        Hotel à l'architecture typique. Le personnel y est très agréable. Le restaurant au sous sol propose des petits déjeunés très correct. Le salon à l'entrée est très chaleureux et cosi.

      • Advantages

        à 5 min à pied du centre ville (temple bar, Trinity college, très proche des transports en commun (navette aeroport, bus, DART)

      • Disavantages

        Les différents niveaux pour accéder aux chambres

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      • Overall Score 9.00/10
    • Vincent C. Vincent C.  
      1 Opinions
      • Package deals in février 2013 Posted on 2013-07-05 Seul - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre sans vue)

        Pour notre premier séjour sur les magnifiques terres irlandaises nous avons séjourné 4 nuits dans cet hôtel à l'architecture typiquement dublinoise. Ambiance cosy à souhait, chambres spacieuses et petits-déjeuners locaux ont fait de notre séjour un agréable moment. Proche du Temple Bar nous avons beaucoup apprécié le charme si particulier de ce lieu. À essayer !

      • Advantages

        Chambres propres et spacieuses, décoration simple mais qui nous plonge dans l'ambiance du lieu. De plus, présence d'une employée parlant le français qui a su nous renseigner gentille ment sur les lieux à visiter.

      • Disavantages

        La salle de bain à été le point faible de notre séjour, fort contraste avec le reste des lieux, seulement une douche où la pression de l'eau était trop faible (à priori une habitude dans cette ville) ! Parfois bruyant quand on s'approche des f

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      • Overall Score 8.00/10
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