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North Star Hotel Dublin

North Star Hotel Dublin

4 Stars

Amiens Street Dublin


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Rating
Cleanliness 4.5
Facilities 3.5
Service 4
Location 5
Pricing 4.5
Overall 4.3
North Star Hotel Dublin is a great choice of accommodation for leisure or business travellers to Dublin. The hotel is located in the heart of Dublin's financial district with the IFSC - the Irish Financial Services Centre close by, as well as the O2 Arena. Croke Park is within a reasonable walking distance of the property, as are the many attractions in the centre of the city. Trinity College, The Grand Canal Theatre, and the Olympia Theater can all be easily accessed on foot.

Location
The North Star Hotel is close to public transport facilities, and benefits from a shuttle bus service which runs to and from the airport, as well as to the O2 arena. Connolly railway station is situated just opposite the hotel providing intercity connections, and the Luas light railway system also operates from here providing fast travel around Dublin city.

Rooms
Each of the 161 guest rooms features wireless Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, a TV, hairdryer, trouser press and iron plus ironing board.

Restaurant
North Star in Dublin has an award winning restaurant - the McGettigans, which offers fine Irish and international cuisine, and McGettigans Cookhouse & Bar serves Guinness and traditional Irish food daily.

General
North Star Hotel Dublin offers a gym, sauna and conference facilities, banquet facilities and meeting rooms. Concierge services and wireless Internet access are offered.

Additional Information

  • 500 m to the Train Station
  • 10 km to the Airport (Dublin)

Hotel Facilities

  • Baby Sitting Service
  • Conference Facilities
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Room Service
  • Secretarial Services
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Tour Desk
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Telephone
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Voicemail
  • Colour TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Wireless Internet Access

North Star Hotel Dublin Guest Reviews (141)


North Star Hotel Dublin
3 out of 5

I could'nt have been happier with my stay at the North Star, the staff are superb, as is Paddy the barman who is a dead ringer for Coach from Cheers. It was clean and the rooms were spacious and even tho it is an older hotel, it was very comfortable. The hotel is a stones throw from the Luas line, and Connolly Train station and is extremely convenient for getting around Dublin. I would definately stay here again.

PMob wrote on December 12, 2012


North Star Hotel Dublin
4 out of 5

generally a well appointed hotel that is close to major needs. the reception staff did try to cater for most needs but for longer stays did not provide the guidance needed to find laundrys, car hire, etc. can be noisy if in front rooms, but beds and wash areas - excellent and very comfortable

Room user wrote on October 24, 2012


North Star Hotel Dublin
1 out of 5

I was disapppointed when we arrived as we asked for a double room and got a twin i.e two single beds. We rang down to reception and were told we would be changed the following day we accepted, but they did not change our room. When going for a shower, we found out the shower was not working, only cold water came out, after getting someone up to 'fix' it, we were still unable to shower as the water was now boiling hot! and finally, after being told at reception that breakfast was included, we found out when we went down to eat, that we had to pay. In the end, they tried to fob us off by giving us a 'free upgrade' for the next time we stayed, which you could get by being their friend on facebook.....it says a lot about the hotel.

DannyH wrote on November 30, 2011


North Star Hotel Dublin
4 out of 5

We stayed in one of the Premier Rooms for 7 days and it was great. The Premier Lounge offered practically every beverage and spectacular views not to mention comfortable lounge chairs. The rooms were very modern and up to date. The king sized bed was a pillow top, great for getting some rest after a long day. The hotel is within walking distance to O'Connell St (10min max) the concierge was very helpful and willing to bend over backwards. The only downside is paying for the internet every day which was 11euros for 24hrs.

Traveler on a Budget wrote on November 17, 2011


North Star Hotel Dublin
4 out of 5

It was at a good location not too far from the bus terminal to/from the airport. Rooms are outdated but pretty standard one from 1970's design. As long as it works, fine. Internet is not free and a bit slow though.

frequent bus wrote on October 26, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.3 out of 5
Cleanliness4.5 out of 5
Facilities3.5 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing4.5 out of 5

North Star Hotel Dublin Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

I could'nt have been happier with my stay at the North Star, the staff are superb, as is Paddy the barman who is a dead ringer for Coach from Cheers. It was clean and the rooms were spacious and even tho it is an older hotel, it was very comfortable. The hotel is a stones throw from the Luas line, and Connolly Train station and is extremely convenient for getting around Dublin. I would definately stay here again.

Review by: PMob
Date stayed December 12, 2012

4 out of 5

generally a well appointed hotel that is close to major needs. the reception staff did try to cater for most needs but for longer stays did not provide the guidance needed to find laundrys, car hire, etc. can be noisy if in front rooms, but beds and wash areas - excellent and very comfortable

Review by: Room user
Date stayed October 24, 2012

1 out of 5

I was disapppointed when we arrived as we asked for a double room and got a twin i.e two single beds. We rang down to reception and were told we would be changed the following day we accepted, but they did not change our room. When going for a shower, we found out the shower was not working, only cold water came out, after getting someone up to 'fix' it, we were still unable to shower as the water was now boiling hot! and finally, after being told at reception that breakfast was included, we found out when we went down to eat, that we had to pay. In the end, they tried to fob us off by giving us a 'free upgrade' for the next time we stayed, which you could get by being their friend on facebook.....it says a lot about the hotel.

Review by: DannyH
Date stayed November 30, 2011

4 out of 5

We stayed in one of the Premier Rooms for 7 days and it was great. The Premier Lounge offered practically every beverage and spectacular views not to mention comfortable lounge chairs. The rooms were very modern and up to date. The king sized bed was a pillow top, great for getting some rest after a long day. The hotel is within walking distance to O'Connell St (10min max) the concierge was very helpful and willing to bend over backwards. The only downside is paying for the internet every day which was 11euros for 24hrs.

Review by: Traveler on a Budget
Date stayed November 17, 2011

4 out of 5

It was at a good location not too far from the bus terminal to/from the airport. Rooms are outdated but pretty standard one from 1970's design. As long as it works, fine. Internet is not free and a bit slow though.

Review by: frequent bus
Date stayed October 26, 2011

4 out of 5

Das Personal war freundlich, die Zimmer sauber und genügend gross. Man ist schnell im Zentrum. Würden dieses Hotel weiterempfehlen!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 19, 2011

4.4 out of 5

Nice clean hotel with friendly staff. 15 mins walk to Temple Bar. Handy for main train and bus station. Only problem is the rail line runs along the side of the building and a main road on the other. Despite having double glazing, it was noisey at times.

Review by: Kevin McEwan
Date stayed June 1, 2011

3.8 out of 5

Good location, although north dublin can be a little run down. 15 mins to grafton st walking though. The problem was the facilities, the wifi was "down" which is not great for a working trip. Also, the TV was tiny and there was no remote. The breakfast was foul, as a veggie there was nothing but toast and tinned fruit. Pretty bad. However, reception staff and cleaning staff were lovely and helpful and the room was adequate. Sauna nice!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 6, 2011

4.2 out of 5

Excellent central location if you want to be close to night life. Noisy, but what you would expect being on a main street. Secure valet parking for 7 euros is pretty good. Perfect for my overnight stay at the end of my 5 day Irish short break. Very good value!!

Review by: Roberto Desimone
Date stayed October 29, 2010

4.4 out of 5

The only complaint that I have to make is about the poor service at check-in.I arrived on a Saturday morning and presented my [website] check-in voucher to the receptionist.Regretfully she didn't know anything about [website] or that my bill had already been paid.I had to start and explain everything,which took about 10 minutes to sort out,before I was handed my room key. I can't complain about the room as I was given an upgrade to a 3 bedroom luxury suite,so as I was on my own I certainly had plenty of space.The room was very spacious and the bathroom was very clean. The location of the hotel is ideal for anyone arriving into Dublin by train as the hotel is just across the street.Cross over at the traffic lights and turn right.The check-in desk is not in the front reception area but up a short flight of stairs straight ahead,and its on the right. Regretfully I was unable to stay for breakfast but the hotel is recommended.Only about 10 minutes walk to the city centre.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 25, 2010

4.4 out of 5

Great hotel for the price. Rooms are a great size including the bathroom, perhaps a separate shower cubicle would have been nice but no loss really. Location was good, only a five minute walk from O'Connel street and probably 15mins from temple bar area. Would recommend the hotel restaurant; the food there was really nice at a good price.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 31, 2010

5 out of 5

Great Hotel in a great location. Staff were great and the new shuttle bus to and from Dublin Aiport was a welcome suprise.

Review by: Wendy Crowley
Date stayed November 26, 2009

4.8 out of 5

This hotel was the cheapest out of all the 3 stars and it was great!! short walk into town, the hotel bar was great - with a brilliant smoking area. We got upgraded to a premier room for our stay and it was beautiful, we also had use of the premier guests lounge. Great staff, all very happy and polite. Would really reccomend this hotel!!

Review by: Corinne Clarke
Date stayed October 22, 2009

4.2 out of 5

If you would like to spare some money, book room from cheap side. Minus point is, if you do that, you don't sleep. City railway goes right behind your window. Hotel is good, and location is very good. But, please remember to aski your room from other side than railway.

Review by: Pekka Salo
Date stayed August 19, 2009

3 out of 5

This hotel is off-centre but right opposite the railway station. Unfortuntaely the railway line is VERY close to some room windows and they are noisy. The area is a little seedy but fiarly conveninet to Occonnel Street. There is a good local Spar shop close to the hotel. The upgraded rooms are high quality but need maintaining better - broken shower taps, etc. Overall a medium grade hotel

Review by: Martin Hill
Date stayed August 11, 2009

5 out of 5

A very nice place.Very good value for the money. Staff was great and the facility was beyond expectations. We loved the place, we hope to return very soon. We would like to thank everyone at the north star for making our stay so enjoyable.

Review by: sue dyson
Date stayed July 6, 2009

4 out of 5

Great location near the train and then to the rest of Dublin. No train noise in the room which was a relief. Early bird dinner was a plus. No lift to the reception was a bummer. Room was good and bathroom excellent. A bit annoying to find the excessive charges for wifi when "available in room" implied "free". Overall very good and we are likely to use again.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 6, 2009

5 out of 5

Great hotel, very welcoming. The staff is so frendly and helpful. The room we had was nice and quiet. We had dinner in the night we arrived, the meal was just fantastic. We will always come back here.

Review by: ion cucos
Date stayed June 18, 2009

4 out of 5

The railway is somewhat intrusive in room 201, but it is tolerable, however, the bath access is dangerous, hand rails required and non slip facility in bath, the bed is unacceptably noisy on the window side, it sounds as if some of the wooden frame has fractured, most irritating when trying to turnover or sleep when the slightest movement creaks loudly.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed June 15, 2009

4.4 out of 5

We stayed in the premier club king rooms. Very much worth the extra money as they are very new and very nice. Although breakfast was not included, which we were not told on check in. Were informed of breakfast times and so assumed breakfast was included. Arrived at breakfast room and were seated and served before being told to pay for breakfast at reception. If you are not issued with "breakfast passes" on arrival...you do not have breakfast included! Dont be tricked into paying £10 per person, per night for breakfast like we were!! Otherwise..no issues. Very clean, friendly staff, comfortable rooms.

Review by: Rebecca Fellows
Date stayed June 12, 2009

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