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Historical Traveler Reviews Riverhouse Hotel Dublin
Good but noisy
Good location but I was very glad I took earplugs as the noise outside went on until about 4 or 5 in the morning. Lovely staff, good breakfast.
i thought it was really good, right in the centre of temple bar, prime location.
loved the staff, esp Richard!
wuld def cum bk!
Loved the hotel
we stayed in this hotel for the weekend in novemeber.. i thort the hotel was excellent the rooms were nice. it was rite in the heart of temple bar .. all staff are friendly and i wid deffinely stay here agen
Perfect for visiting Dublin
I stayed here with my girlfriend when visiting Dublin for a long weekend. Thought the location was superb and the staff were very friendly. OK, the rooms were "cosy" to say the least but more than adequate. Thought the cooked breakfast was spot on.
Had no problems with noise but we were on the second floor and less than sober on our return so just may not have noticed!
All in all would recommend for a weekend in Dublin if you're there for the craic. If you want luxury and a quiet stay then I would recommend avoiding (and probably avoiding Dublin as well!).
Ok for a few nights
Helpful staff. Fairly clean nothing to write home about but for the position it is in price was reasonable. Ok for a few nights stay but not for a holiday. Would recommand for a stag night or a few days in Dublin
Noisy and cramped
Where do I start.The room was tiny could not even walk around the bed.No toiletries,very dark nowhere to put your clothes need I go on.
Did not know that there was a nightclub directly under our room music started at 7.00pm finished at 3.00am!!!!!!!!
Breakfast very bland,expensive for what you got would only recommend to very young people who stayed out all night.
At the Marillion concert
Stayed in River House in Dublin, slap bang in the middle of The Temple Bar area. Very helpful receptionist when we arrived. Rooms were fine and functional.
The man on covering the night shift was dead on, good sense of humour and I'm sure he needed it, great help as well.
Breakfast was great, service and staff excellent.
Thumbs up from all of us.
28 bunnies go wild in Dublin. Riverhouse Hotel was brill. The people there couldn't help us enough. Star of the show was Robert the night porter he was ace very helpful(with his gossip on which bunnies didn't return home until breakfast) and never shouted at us or slagged of the English. The lady at breakfast was lovely she mothered us all and couldn't be more helpful.Compliments to the cook his breakfast was just what we needed after a good drinking session. Ladys on reception were also very helpful and told us where to go and what to do on our nights out. All in all top hotel friendly people well worth another visit. The bunnies will be back.
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I would love to be in a position to write a review about this hotel.
Unfortunately due to the receptionists inability to perform a basic, but extremely important function, namely entering my booking into the computer, I now find myself looking for 7 double rooms for early February. If you've booked to go to this hotel, or do so in the future I suggest you confirm the booking as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.
The good thing about the riverhouse hotel is its slap bang in the middle of the temple bar so you do not have far to stagger home at night, on the minus side the price of the rooms are a bit on the expensive side for what you get which is very small cramped rooms, if you are looking for some late night entertainment ignore the hotel nightclub and sit in reception with a drink cos the oldman who works on reception at nightime must be the rudest most arrogent person you will ever meet in your life and shouts at people to get to there beds and slags of people who are not irish, but to witness him do this is fantastic entertainment unless its you he decides to have a go at.
TripAdvisor Reviews Riverhouse Hotel Dublin
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... after most of the islanders left the islands in 1953. The islanders left the islands because-lack of investment in the island by the Irish government, the last school closed in 1941 and there were only 3 school aged children left on the island, and so many people were immigrating to the US and Australia. On the way back to Dingle we stopped at a small pub for those who wanted, we walked around the town and visited the small church which had lovely stained class windows. Lunch ...
... He had a great accent and he told me I could have all the veg and since I did not want the mashed, he would give me additional roasties. So I end up with carved turkey, stuffing, carrots, turnips, green beans, and roasted potatoes (roasties). It was pretty good, but even though I was starving I cannot finish it all. Jen gets her usual foreign staple of ham and cheese sandwich.
Our room is on the top floor. It is on ...
... he lives in an apartment a few blocks away. I gathered he has pint or two at the pub every other day or so and is a regular. Since I was drinking Irish coffee with my lunch, he wanted me to try the "lady's drink" of Guinness with a bit of Black Current syrup in it. He said that's how the ladies like to drink it as it sweetens the Guinness a bit. I agreed; it was a tasty drink. We enjoyed Frank's company and time flew ...
... All good though, thoroughly enjoyed it here.
7. I walked back to my hotel through a district called Temple Bar. Didn’t spend too much time wandering here, I could see I would need to buy a bigger pack if I looked in the shops too long lol.
Pics to come ...... screebs to go through and choose ...
... ask them questions and it went on like that back and forth. We
also danced! It was kind of like contra dancing or line dancing. After an
elegant dinner at the hotel, my friends and I walked around town in search of
more music! I was with Melinda, Haley, Eric, Jessie, blonde Melinda, and Mari.
Megan and Steven were there, too, but they were tired and stayed in.
In some small towns of Ireland like this one, musicians have
jam sessions-much like jazz musicians ...