Butlers Town House Hotel

Address: 44 Lansdowne Rd, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near The Irish House Party, National Print Museum, Irish Rugby Football Union, and The Design Centre.
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  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness/Health center


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Free parking


  • Room service

TripAdvisor Reviews Butlers Town House Hotel Dublin

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Dublin

Three days in Ireland ...

A travel blog entry by mandjcarson on Aug 25, 2015

2 comments, 20 photos

... it originally also made a Japanese garden because he liked them and wanted to show off his wealth. Ps we saw a horse called invincible spirit who is ranked 5th in the world for earnings and his kids are some of the best race horses in the world. If you wanted him to mate with your mare, it would cost 100,000 Euro's!!

After that we stopped in Kilkenny for a bit of lunch and a wander around the markets and Kilkenny Castle. It was a very pretty little city. It ...

Third Day at Horse Show (and Other Travels)

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... class, and watched the first part of "Children on Horses" (kids under 14 years of age tearing around the ring on big jumper horses). When that was done we made our way to the main arena for the Longines International Grand Prix. There were 40 horses and only 7 clear rounds! The event was eventually won by Kent Farrington of the U.S.A. The last event we watched was the Hunt Chase Cup -very ...

Rachel Dilk

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 09, 2015

6 photos

... Valley, and at one point climbed all the way up to Loughcrew to see the ancient tomb. The wind at the top of this hill was by far the most intense wind I had ever felt. It would literally push you. The rain and wind made the grass very slippery and roughly half the class fell in the mud either going up or down the hill (which was kind of funny). At this point, our entire group was sopping wet and freezing. We were able to ...

DUBLIN, around the town.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 09, 2014

31 photos

... bone one. Got off at the Dublin Castle stop, booked in at 3.15 for the 4pm tour. Having time to kill we went to a Temple Bar pub for irish Stew and Guiness pie. The guided Castle tour was fantastic, well worth the €3.50 ea. It was decided in 1938 that the inauguration of the first President (Taoiseach - pronounced t shot) of Ireland, Douglas Hyde would take place in the castle, and the complex has been host to this ceremony ever since. The castle ...

Our Irish Paddywagon Tour!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 21, 2014

... huge! The biggest dorm room we have stayed in so far. The only problem with it was that there was only one shower and one toilet. Both of them were in the same room which was massive! You could have really fit three showers and three toilets in there if you wanted. Felt like a bit of a waste of space. We decided to head out and have an early dinner at the pub around the corner. We had our first taste of Irish stew and Guinness stew. They also had this amazing tasting Guinness ...