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Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin

3 Stars

23-25 Bachelors Walk O'Connell Bridge Dublin


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Rating
Cleanliness 5
Facilities 5
Service 4.5
Location 5
Pricing 5
Overall 4.9
The Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin is in the perfect location for holidaymakers as well as business travelers, being situated right in the centre of the city. Guests are just a stroll away from the Abbey Theatre, and the Ambassador Theatre - and just over the bridge visitors will find Temple Bar, the centre of Dublin's renowned nightlife, as well as Dublin Castle. Corporate guests are conveniently, only a minutes' walk from the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland.

Location
The Arlington O'Connell Bridge Hotel Dublin is excellently served by public transport with numerous bus and tram stops in the close vicinity. Guests are also within easy access of Connolly railway station and for those arriving by air, a frequent airport transfer service operates from close by.

Rooms
The 131 guest rooms offer a colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a writing desk, direct dial telephones and wireless Internet access.

Restaurant
The Arlingon O'Connell Bridge Hotel features the 'Knights' bistro which offers a full Irish breakfast each day, as well as an extensive dinner menu inspired by traditional Irish cuisine. The bar serves drinks as well as a lunchtime carvery.

General
The Arlington OConnell Bridge Hotel Dublin offers a 24 hour front desk, room service, parking facilities, a number of meeting and conference rooms and laundry facilities.

Additional Information

  • 5 km to the Airport (Dublin)

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Conference Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Currency Exchange Services
  • Restaurant

Room Facilities

  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Hairdryer

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin Guest Reviews (40)


Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin
4 out of 5

The hotel is very convenient for the city, everything is within walking distance. The hotel has great entertainment and the restaurant food is reasonably priced and good quality. Our room was quite large, comfortable and clean. Overall we spent a very nice short break at the hotel.and will stay there again when/if we go back to Dublin.

Val A wrote on January 27, 2013


Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin
5 out of 5

Most enjoyable, pleasant staff, excellent breakfast.

Johhnny Walker. wrote on January 15, 2013


Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin
3 out of 5

The location was great but the water pipes made a lot of noise and there was a lot of noise from outside not to mention the road being dug up outside the window. However the staff were very goodl Val Smith

Super Gran wrote on October 18, 2012


Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin
4 out of 5

Very convenient to most attractions and shopping as it's in the middle of everything. Staff was friendly and helpful, breakfast was excellent and lunch was reasonably priced and deicious. Nothing to be faulted other than the fact that it's not a 4-star hotel so don't expect much in amenities, faciities and grand look. All things considered, it's good value for the money! Will stay there again.

TravelingBen wrote on March 25, 2012


Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin
1 out of 5

My previous stays here were nice and efficient. Had stayed in remodeled rooms and never one problem. This stay was very annoying and the hotel will not respond to my emails. I prepaid online. They claimed it did not get processed, had no record of it. So I gave them another credit card expecting that they would resolve this quickly. Upon leaving, I'm told I owe them money. I told them I prepaid and even wrote the confirmation on the key envelope. I let them charge my other credit card thinking the credit card company must have blocked the charge since I was out of country. They ran my card twice. I only received one receipt, but I checked my credit accounts once home....twice. And thinking now they charged me EUROS instead of US dollars...so they may have overcharged me again. Going through the channels now to get this refunded but the hotel has not responded to one email and forget calling. Called twice and the girls couldn't understand me and no one else was around to talk to. On top of that, the room was quite a step down from previous stays. Shower head cradle was broke so you couldn't take a shower. Good thing their was a tub. AND sink faucets barely trickled out water with both open full blast. The only bright side was that the cleaning staff kept the room spotless. I'm a very neat person but it's nice to know the cleaning staff takes pride in their work and does an excellent job.

greeneyedraven wrote on January 23, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.9 out of 5
Cleanliness5 out of 5
Facilities5 out of 5
Service4.5 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing5 out of 5

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Dublin Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

The hotel is very convenient for the city, everything is within walking distance. The hotel has great entertainment and the restaurant food is reasonably priced and good quality. Our room was quite large, comfortable and clean. Overall we spent a very nice short break at the hotel.and will stay there again when/if we go back to Dublin.

Review by: Val A
Date stayed January 27, 2013

5 out of 5

Most enjoyable, pleasant staff, excellent breakfast.

Review by: Johhnny Walker.
Date stayed January 15, 2013

3 out of 5

The location was great but the water pipes made a lot of noise and there was a lot of noise from outside not to mention the road being dug up outside the window. However the staff were very goodl Val Smith

Review by: Super Gran
Date stayed October 18, 2012

4 out of 5

Very convenient to most attractions and shopping as it's in the middle of everything. Staff was friendly and helpful, breakfast was excellent and lunch was reasonably priced and deicious. Nothing to be faulted other than the fact that it's not a 4-star hotel so don't expect much in amenities, faciities and grand look. All things considered, it's good value for the money! Will stay there again.

Review by: TravelingBen
Date stayed March 25, 2012

1 out of 5

My previous stays here were nice and efficient. Had stayed in remodeled rooms and never one problem. This stay was very annoying and the hotel will not respond to my emails. I prepaid online. They claimed it did not get processed, had no record of it. So I gave them another credit card expecting that they would resolve this quickly. Upon leaving, I'm told I owe them money. I told them I prepaid and even wrote the confirmation on the key envelope. I let them charge my other credit card thinking the credit card company must have blocked the charge since I was out of country. They ran my card twice. I only received one receipt, but I checked my credit accounts once home....twice. And thinking now they charged me EUROS instead of US dollars...so they may have overcharged me again. Going through the channels now to get this refunded but the hotel has not responded to one email and forget calling. Called twice and the girls couldn't understand me and no one else was around to talk to. On top of that, the room was quite a step down from previous stays. Shower head cradle was broke so you couldn't take a shower. Good thing their was a tub. AND sink faucets barely trickled out water with both open full blast. The only bright side was that the cleaning staff kept the room spotless. I'm a very neat person but it's nice to know the cleaning staff takes pride in their work and does an excellent job.

Review by: greeneyedraven
Date stayed January 23, 2012

4 out of 5

I can't begin to tell you how central this hotel is for walking and ground transport.I particularly enjoyed the nightly entertainment.Also the hotel restaurant(Sinatra's) was way above average.The rooms were very clean and neat.Great value,willreturn.

Review by: Archbishop
Date stayed October 31, 2011

4 out of 5

From arrival to departure, the friendly staff was amazing. Cheers to Kenny, Gillian and Ireena! Although we didn't go for one reason or another on the 2 nights we stayed, the Irish dancing is on every night at 9, apparently it's a must see. While using my laptop in the lobby (full wifi coming soon), I did hear the hoots, hollers and foot stomping of the crowd and performers in the very large bar area, part of which also serves as a restaurant for breakfast. If you're including Britain on your trip, remember that while Ireland uses the Euro, Northern Ireland is part of Britain and still uses the pound.

Review by: PepperSauceCamp
Date stayed October 23, 2011

3 out of 5

The hotel was a place to sleep but we would not have wanted to spend time there. At check in we let them know there were two of us and that we needed 2 beds but the room they assigned us to had only a king size bed. It was a bother to have to go back and set it right. THis hotel is nothing special BUT it is very close to all the action. It was an inexpensive hotel in a very good location.

Review by: PJBusy
Date stayed September 30, 2011

5 out of 5

I was very impressed with the service we received at the Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge. The reception staff changed our room as soon as I told them I had requested a twin room and were very apologetic. The bar staff are all very polite and attentive, without being intrusive. I would definately stay at the Arlington again and have no hesitation in recommending it to friends and family.

Review by: Dorothy Grainger
Date stayed June 6, 2011

4.6 out of 5

Will definately come back, only thing I missed is a minibar or fridge in the room, want ice cold water in the morning :-)

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 13, 2011

4.8 out of 5

An excellent hotel in Dublin, rooms are large and very clean, lots of choice of entertainment, bars and restaurants and night club underneath. Great location just at the bottom of O'Connell Bridge with a view over the Liffey. Great place, have stayed there twice before and would stay there again, when there is a large event on in Dublin.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 23, 2011

4.8 out of 5

This was really a great place to stay! Very friendly staff - when we arrived we found out that our room was very heated, temp. at least 25 C, and called to have it fixed as a tool was needed. After two minutes a guy knocked on the door, and two minutes later he had fixed it. Also very kind receptionists, and at breakfast you were really made feeling like home. The only negative thing was heavy traffic noise in the morning as the room faced the river and the road running along it, but as we actually had booked a room facing the river we really couldn't complain. Oh yes - the location is perfect, too. Close to shopping area and close to Temple Bar. We had a great stay!

Review by: Poul Nielsen
Date stayed March 21, 2011

4.6 out of 5

A very nice large room with a nice sitting table and good chairs. Good heating system, so it was easy to have a comfortable temperature in the room. Is situated north of the river, but Temple Bar district is easy to access, as you just have to cross the O'Connel Bridge, 50 m. from the hotel. The staff was very helpful.

Review by: Anders Tue Christensen
Date stayed March 10, 2011

4.6 out of 5

Very nice room, surprisingly large. Helpful staff.

Review by: Arnon Rosenthal
Date stayed September 21, 2010

3.6 out of 5

The Arlington is in a great location, however, on arrival, the staff at the counter were very unfriendly and not helpful at all - sometimes just a smile would help travel weary guests. Quite pricey for what the Hotel offered- but the facilities don't matter that much when you just want to get out and enjoy all that Dublin has to offer. The woman who was in charge of the dining room at breakfast was wonderful and just watching her at work - talking to guests and making people feel welcome was a huge contrast to the front counter staff. Very noisy at night with Irish singing and dancing downstairs most nights until midnight and horrible disco Friday and Saturday night which kept me awake until at least 2am.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 3, 2010

4.4 out of 5

The hotel is in an excellent location with the Dublin Tour Bus stop outside the front door. Our room was a good size, clean, and had a king size bed, though not much of a view. We enjoyed an excellent full breakfast each morning of our four night stay at a cost of E10 per person (continental breakfast was available at E7.50). We would definitely recommend this hotel and will be more than happy to stay there again if we make a return visit to Dublin.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 3, 2010

4 out of 5

The location was excellent HOWEVER our room was directly over the bar with very loud music until the early hours and you could hear every word of the songs. If you can sleep through this sort of noise (or be guaranteed a room on a higher floor) then it is perfect!

Review by: Gillian Ward-Stokes
Date stayed August 23, 2010

4.8 out of 5

First class . Loved the evening entertainment - and the Guinness! My second August visit for birthday celebration . The breakfast was excellent - supervised by the most efficient Carmel and staff

Review by: Norman Hughes
Date stayed August 22, 2010

4.4 out of 5

ideal location, good food reasonably priced, staff extremely helpful. arrived early no problem keeping our luggage until room ready.

Review by: alan chalmers
Date stayed August 10, 2010

4 out of 5

Really good location. Nice and helpfull staff. Big rooms, but no fridge and no air conditionned, so you have to choose between fresh air in summer and silence, as the surroundings of the hotel are really noisy.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed August 10, 2010

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