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Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin

3 Stars

Smithfield Plaza Dublin D7


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Cleanliness 4
Facilities 4
Service 5
Location 5
Pricing 5
Overall 4.6
For great hospitality and a great location with access to Dublin's cultural and business destinations, look no further than the Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin.

Location
Ideally located in the heart of Dublin's Smithfield Village, behind the Four Courts, the Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin is ideal for business people and leisure guests alike. The city's main shopping area, entertainment, sightseeing, and business districts are within walking distance.

Rooms
The hotel comprises 92 superior guestrooms, many with view of the city.

Restaurant
Guests can enjoy refreshments in the onsite restaurant, cocktail lounge and coffee shop.

General
During leisure, guests can visit the nearby attractions or indulge in some activities.

Additional Information

  • 1 km to the Railway Station (Heuston)
  • 10 km to the Airport (Dublin)

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Cafe
  • Restaurant
  • Currency Exchange Services

Room Facilities

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

Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin Guest Reviews (13)


Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin
4 out of 5

A small hotel - not a lot of staff but isnt an issue. Arrived with an infant and they had a cot set up without having to ask - Although we did double check the week before arriving. Room was a little tired, but was very clean and comfortable. Room faced into the street and was quiet. Convenience of access to the Dublin City Centre (is only a couple of km) by the Luas is fantastic. Pre-ordered breakfast at EUR8 (cheap) and was great. Staff were helpful. Got a great rate at average of EUR58 per night - do not think I could get any better value that close to the city centre. Supermarket next door is also excellent and open to 10pm each night. On the downside the heating seemed to be turned off during the day (middle of Winter), however we were generally out most days so wasn't too bad. Broadband Internet access to the rooms is by wired (LAN cable) connection only and is free. Wifi available in the dining room.

Freezing Aussie wrote on December 12, 2012


Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin
5 out of 5

A basic but very acceptable hotel, perfect for the price range - it's very good value. The rooms are good and spacious, with a TV/DVD and wired internet connection and plenty of plug sockets and the beds are very comfy. The restaurant is of very good quality; they provide a good buffet breakfast and dinner menu at very reasonable prices. And the staff. They are all wonderful, lovely people! Very friendly and professional and quick to resolve any issues. I have stayed here a number of times in the last few months, and they've always been fantastic. A two minute walk from the Luas stop, and only a 12 minute walk (or 2 mins on the Luas) from the city centre and 15 minute walk (or 5 mins on the Luas) from Heuston station, so very central, without having much traffic noise. In a decent area, with decent lighting after dark. There's also a supermarket right next door, very convenient. I would definitely recommend this hotel to friends, and have indeed done so.

taggamuffin wrote on December 8, 2011


Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin
4 out of 5

The staff especially the male evening receptionist was extremely helpful. The hotel was a bit noisy at night and the sound of the doors banging was quite annoying. Apart from that the hotel was very clean, very well priced and the luas stops outside the door. All in all i would recommend this hotel and it's great value for money.

Emo1 wrote on November 30, 2011


Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin
5 out of 5

This is a nice hotel in Dublin. It isn't incredibly fancy. I felt the hotel had that sort of minimal Ikea look. The location is great for me. It is in Smithfield, about a 100 yards from a Luas stop, 50 yards from the Old Jameson Distillery, has a steady stream of taxis at the curb, is across the street from the Cobblestone and great music sessions, and has a store right next door. If you are looking for a hotel with a 30 second walk to O'Connell street or Grafton, you don't want to stay here. If you realize how easy it is to get on the Luas to important/popular places, or get a taxi, this is a great location. Going one way, the next stop is the national museum, and the second one is Heuston train station. Going the other way is Four Courts, Jervis (shopping), Lower Abbey Steet (O'Connell Street), then Bus Eirann and Connally train station. I've never had it so good in Dublin. The hotel is clean. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The price is great. I visit Ireland every year, and I think this place just became my default hotel in Dublin. Would definitely recommend this hotel.

Brian A wrote on November 28, 2011


Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin
4 out of 5

Good location. Close to LUAS station what takes you to close to most attractions. Clean bathrooms, friendly staff, pretty comfortable beds. Everything was good in our room, but the other room's carpet smelt like urine.

slvrty wrote on November 22, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.6 out of 5
Cleanliness4 out of 5
Facilities4 out of 5
Service5 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing5 out of 5

Maldron Hotel Smithfield Dublin Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

A small hotel - not a lot of staff but isnt an issue. Arrived with an infant and they had a cot set up without having to ask - Although we did double check the week before arriving. Room was a little tired, but was very clean and comfortable. Room faced into the street and was quiet. Convenience of access to the Dublin City Centre (is only a couple of km) by the Luas is fantastic. Pre-ordered breakfast at EUR8 (cheap) and was great. Staff were helpful. Got a great rate at average of EUR58 per night - do not think I could get any better value that close to the city centre. Supermarket next door is also excellent and open to 10pm each night. On the downside the heating seemed to be turned off during the day (middle of Winter), however we were generally out most days so wasn't too bad. Broadband Internet access to the rooms is by wired (LAN cable) connection only and is free. Wifi available in the dining room.

Review by: Freezing Aussie
Date stayed December 12, 2012

5 out of 5

A basic but very acceptable hotel, perfect for the price range - it's very good value. The rooms are good and spacious, with a TV/DVD and wired internet connection and plenty of plug sockets and the beds are very comfy. The restaurant is of very good quality; they provide a good buffet breakfast and dinner menu at very reasonable prices. And the staff. They are all wonderful, lovely people! Very friendly and professional and quick to resolve any issues. I have stayed here a number of times in the last few months, and they've always been fantastic. A two minute walk from the Luas stop, and only a 12 minute walk (or 2 mins on the Luas) from the city centre and 15 minute walk (or 5 mins on the Luas) from Heuston station, so very central, without having much traffic noise. In a decent area, with decent lighting after dark. There's also a supermarket right next door, very convenient. I would definitely recommend this hotel to friends, and have indeed done so.

Review by: taggamuffin
Date stayed December 8, 2011

4 out of 5

The staff especially the male evening receptionist was extremely helpful. The hotel was a bit noisy at night and the sound of the doors banging was quite annoying. Apart from that the hotel was very clean, very well priced and the luas stops outside the door. All in all i would recommend this hotel and it's great value for money.

Review by: Emo1
Date stayed November 30, 2011

5 out of 5

This is a nice hotel in Dublin. It isn't incredibly fancy. I felt the hotel had that sort of minimal Ikea look. The location is great for me. It is in Smithfield, about a 100 yards from a Luas stop, 50 yards from the Old Jameson Distillery, has a steady stream of taxis at the curb, is across the street from the Cobblestone and great music sessions, and has a store right next door. If you are looking for a hotel with a 30 second walk to O'Connell street or Grafton, you don't want to stay here. If you realize how easy it is to get on the Luas to important/popular places, or get a taxi, this is a great location. Going one way, the next stop is the national museum, and the second one is Heuston train station. Going the other way is Four Courts, Jervis (shopping), Lower Abbey Steet (O'Connell Street), then Bus Eirann and Connally train station. I've never had it so good in Dublin. The hotel is clean. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The price is great. I visit Ireland every year, and I think this place just became my default hotel in Dublin. Would definitely recommend this hotel.

Review by: Brian A
Date stayed November 28, 2011

4 out of 5

Good location. Close to LUAS station what takes you to close to most attractions. Clean bathrooms, friendly staff, pretty comfortable beds. Everything was good in our room, but the other room's carpet smelt like urine.

Review by: slvrty
Date stayed November 22, 2011

4 out of 5

three nights in October with friends and family, it was OK.

Review by: stefano
Date stayed November 22, 2011

5 out of 5

Great hotel, two minute walk from the Luas stop, 15 mins walk from Heuston station, 15 mins walk from the city centre. Staff are very friendly and professional. Room was spacious and well equipped, plenty of plug sockets for phones etc, and free wired broadband as well as free wireless. There's also a small supermarket right next door. The area is quiet at night, and well-lit. Couldn't have asked for better.

Review by: taggamuffin
Date stayed November 8, 2011

4 out of 5

The reception staff were friendly and efficient. Restaraunt prices were a bit steep Cleaner a bit 'hit and miss' Overall though one of the most comfortable accommodations of our three month holiday

Review by: Gay Turner
Date stayed July 21, 2011

4 out of 5

Very near to all the important sights. Would definately stay again.

Review by: Nicole Torres McGlynn
Date stayed April 7, 2011

4.8 out of 5

Very nice hotel, pleasant staff and just by the luas. Ideal!

Review by: james buick
Date stayed December 10, 2010

4.6 out of 5

Very nice hotel located a 5-10 minutes walk from the northern shopping area around O´Connell Street. Friendly and helpfull staff, average buffet breakfast, and modern and clean fascilities fitting even more stars than three. But the best of all was the price. We got it for 50 euro per person. The only downside was a faulty printer and no free internet, but I will definately come back to this place.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 5, 2008

4.2 out of 5

It's a bit out of the city center, but only 3 stops away on the tram. You can easily walk to the Temple Bar area from there.

Review by: Rennie Lum
Date stayed November 15, 2007

1 out of 5

Excellent welcome, very clean, well equiped spacious rooms with very good breakfast. They didn't even moan when we arrived back at 3am covered in mud from a festival!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 12, 2007

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