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Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin3 Stars
Pembroke Road Ballsbridge Dublin
Ballsbridge Hotel is found on Pembroke Road in Dublin, near RDS exhibition venue. Vacationers can watch sporting events at Aviva Stadium and Croke Park, catch shows at O2 Arena or admire the exhibits at The National Gallery and Irish Museum of Modern Art. Guests also have drinks at Temple Bar.
Each of the 392 tastefully furnished rooms is appointed with cable/satellite TV, wireless Internet access (fees apply), tea and coffee stations, desk, hairdryer and en suite bathroom. Some units have living and dining room.
Diners at Ballsbridge Dublin savour delectable culinary delights at Raglans Restaurant and enjoy drinks and appetising meals at the inviting atmosphere of The Dubliner Pub on site.
Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin can host business or social functions for up to 850 guests at the on-site conference/meeting facilities. The hotel also provides Wi-Fi access and parking (at cost). The airport shuttle, Aircoach, makes a stop outside the hotel.
- 15 km to the International Airport (Dublin)
- Beauty Salon / Hairdresser
- Disabled Facilities
- Internet Access - Wireless
- Banquet Facilities
- Business Centre
- Conference Facilities
- Doctor On Call
- Parking Facilities
- Bar / Lounge
- Dining Room
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Lift / Elevator
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Bathroom Amenities
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Colour TV
- Modem / Data Port Connection
- Disabled Facilities
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin Guest Reviews (22)
The hotel is good and not to expansive. However the breakfast was not included and the wifi was not free.
Bernard Germain wrote on September 17, 2012
Great hotel just down the road from Aviva stadium. Massive bar area and lots of screens if you don't have a ticket. Clean lobby area and secure access to rooms. Only stayed the one night but just what was needed.
KeithT wrote on December 21, 2011
Nice hotel, hotel room was big & clean. Best thing about this hotel is it's location. Wasn't an over friendly welcome when checking in & no addtional info. provided re: taxi, bus locations.
Deller wrote on December 15, 2011
While we found the hotel good value we havea few issues concerning our stay 1. No hotel information pack in our room. We told receptionist after arrival but we never got it. 2. Could not open widnow for fresh air as it was too firmly secured. 3. No radio service available in our room 4. Major renovation work in main dining area which limited your options. We were not told about this when we checked our reservation 48 hours before arrival.5.First evening we ordered in the Bar a light snack of soup & 2 sandwiches which we cancelled after waiting 25 minutes. poor communciations
Loughie54 wrote on December 13, 2011
My reservation for D4 Ballsbridge Inn Hotel was made a couple weeks in advance. My friend made her reservation more than a month in advance and when we arrived, we were met at the door and advised the hotel was "closed for remodeling" and our reservations had been switched to D4 Berkeley--"just go around the back of this hotel, across the parking lot, through a wrought iron fence...." I truly thought the man was joking! When I found the front desk of the Berkeley, they insisted that it was "the same hotel" and therefore didn't feel the need to notify guests of the switch. They also mentioned that the Berkeley is a 5Star hotel and the D4 Inn was a 4Star--I assume they thought we should be grateful for the 'upgrade'....The Berkeley may have been a 5Star hotel a few years ago, but it needs some serious renovations to qualify for that now! Not only was the D4 Inn closed, but its restaurant was closed, its pub was closed and the D4 Store was closed leaving the Berkeley with one restaurant. The Air Coach stop and the city bus stop is right outside the door of the D4 Inn and the RDS, (where we were attending the needlework show), is a short walk or a quick bus ride down the street. The Berkeley was just that much further to everything and we were disappointed with the switch and the fact that we were not notified of the switch. The Berkeley breakfast was great and the hotel staff was wonderful, but everyone had been instructed to say "this is the same hotel" (i.e. D4) and the "other building was closed for remodeling" turns out, the other hotel, pub, D4 Store had been FLOODED with the recent storm that had raged through Dublin a few weeks earlier! now why couldn't they have said that and why couldn't they have notified their guests?? I would have been perfectly happy with the switch if I had known about it in advance, but to find out after an eight-hour flight, on top of jet lag, it was more than a little aggravating!! and they charged for WiFi, which was very inconvenient :)
C2C2 wrote on December 6, 2011
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