Buswells Hotel

23-25 Molesworth Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $162.00
 

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Dublin history day

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Sep 07, 2013

4 comments, 1 photo

We had another excellent day in Dublin. Irish breakfast early. Met our special guide, Tommy Graham, editor of History Ireland. and a professor of History at Trinity University. ....Tommy gave us an excellent tour he spoke non-stop for 3 hours we each had an earpiece so we could hear him even over the noise of Dublin City he took us from the days of …

Dave's Connected..

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Sep 05, 2013

5 comments, 1 photo

  • We had a wonderful flight to Dublin- Arrived a half hour early, Dave slept all the way over...except for when he was eating.
  • We took a taxi to the Bushwells Hotel. Wouldn't you know it, the driver's name was Brendan Murphy. He seemed to be mad about everything from bad drivers, to the architects who took all the trees from the …

Hiccup

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

1

... passports didn't get checked.

I hopped off the bus before the end of the line in Donegal so I never made it to the Bus Terminal.

So when I eventually did get to Dublin, I was still not technically in Ireland. Which I wouldn't usually care about...I could just go back through NI to get back to the UK, but I was planning on getting back through Dublin and it's hard to leave a country when you haven't ...

Our last day in Dublin

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron

6

... was pretty spectacular, including the tower build to keep an eye out for body snatchers, who would scale the wall at night, dig bodies up, then sell them for medical research.

Our next stop was Croke Park, home of the Gaelic Football and Hurling. I was very doubtful - why would I want to visit a sports stadium. Come on!!!! However, I have to confess the tour was very well done and ...

Days 180 - 188: Scotland, Ireland and England

A travel blog entry by djmorton

100

... fact from these walking tours is why all the doors in Dublin are randomly painted bright colours. Well, most will know the north and the south of Ireland don't really get along but more verbally they don't seem too fond of the British down here. One of the previous Queens of England's cousin died. This cousin loved Ireland but had never been. When the Queen requested the people of Dublin show their respect and morn the loss of this cousin by painting all the doors in ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, National Library of Ireland, Sheridans, and Jameson Literary Pub Crawl.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBuswells Hotel Dublin

    Reviewed by epicurist

    Recommended

    Reviewed Jun 24, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Poulsbo , United States Flag of United States

    The staff is very willing to help out - probably the most helpful staff I have encountered for a larger hotel. The accommodations were great, good central location. Would recommend to others.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Buswells Hotel Dublin

    Relax in Style at Buswells

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    A friend and I stayed at Buswells for a weekend in late Sept. The hotel has obviously been in the process of renovating- it looks beautiful, with only a few areas still to be attended to. The room was rather small by USA standards, but very comfortable and well appointed. The bathroom was large and luxurious-much appreciated after two weeks of B&B's. Buswells has a welcoming lobby, a good pub, and fine restaurant. We sampled food and drink in all three areas and all was well above average. Breakfast had a large selection and top quality. Only criticism is that restaurant was sweltering hot the evening we had an excellent meal there. Concierge and front desk were very helpful. We were traveling on B&B vouchers and had made reservations 2 months in advance. There was a misunderstanding about the supplemental rate we were charged. Buswells has agreed that there was a mistake and will credit the overcharge. Take a copy of your documentation when you travel. Buswells is a lovely hotel in an excellent area for seeing Dublin [ditch the car, it's not worth it in Dublin even with the partial parking offered by Buswells]. I do recommend Buswells for a stay in Dublin.

    Nice location

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    Stayed here on a business trip, not exactly what I had envisioned when I booked the stay. First, to get to the rooms, even when taking an elevator you have to take stairs to get to your room, not easy in a small hallway with luggage. Room was very small, really don't have much room to put any bags. Bathroom has a lot of cracked tiles, and the water in the shower never got above luke warm. For seeing Dublin, it is in a great location, the breakfasts were great, but would probably not stay at this hotel again.

    Simply Lovely!

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    The three days my mother, sister, and I spent at Buswell's in Dublin were idyllic! The rooms are small and quaint, with charming old-fashioned decor but up-to-date bathrooms. The service was truly characteristic of the Irish - helpful and unceasingly friendly. Paddy the concierge was of great assistance to us, and we were able to see some of Ireland's loveliest sights with his aid. If you're one of those who like bright, shiny new hotels with every modern facility, this hotel is not for you. If, however, you'd like to stay in a hotel that truly reflects Irish culture and history, I couldn't recommend this place more highly.

    Buswells--Hit and Miss?

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    1. The room (#126) and hotel were a bit "run down", although the lobby was OK. My bathroom had cracked tiles and lots of caulking, and a SMALL shower--one of the smallest I've ever seen in a hotel. A large person would never fit. I'm thin and could barely move around. By the way, I'm not trying to be picky when complaining about the cracked tiles on the floor. When I walked on them, I could feel them shift, and there were some sharp edges, so I had to be careful in barefeet.

    Buswells a good small local hotel

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    Have stayed at Buswells twice recently and have to say from a location standpoint it is difficult to beat. Service was always very good. I agree that the rooms are on the small side but very clean. The bathrooms have great tubs with increadible water pressure....takes all of a minute to fill a huge old fashioned type. The beds very comfy I'm..6'2 The sheets where the crispest I've seen in all my travels...I would definitly recommend. Dont miss the Irish breakfast either. The Pub has and authentic feel due to all the locals from the government offices located close by.

    Wonderful hotel

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    We stayed here for a long weekend in January and it was fantastic. The staff were attentive and we were given a much bigger room than we were expecting on check in. The interior is beautiful, especially the lobby with it's chandeliers and the location is quiet but central. We had breakfast in our room one morning and they had definitely gone out of their way to get us all the food we had requested!

    I'll stay here on future visits to Dublin

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    I thoroughly enjoyed this hotel. Great location - in quiet but charming Molesworth Street, close to Grafton Street shopping area, museums, parliament and Trinity College. Hotel has character, big enough to have all facilities but small enough to retain a reasonably personal atmosphere.Excellent full Irish breakfast, provided you have time to enjoy it and digest it.Room 101 was very comfortable, with good facilities and quite spacious. Some other rooms may possibly be on the small side, based on the floor plan I saw. I suggest to check when booking.I would unhesitatingly recommend Buswells.

    Good base for exploring Dublin if you get the right room

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    Recently stayed for 2 nights at Buswells. The location couldn't be better. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The breakfasts were superb. The bar and public areas were excellent. However, the room we were given was very pokey (room 205) and the bathroom was one of the smallest I have come across. If you manage to get a decent room then I would imagine it would be hard to better this hotel.

    Not the best of Dublin

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    We spent 2 nights here on our honeymoon and the service was unfriendly and not helpful. We did better with our guidebooks and the suggestions of strangers than the concierge. Room was uncomfortable and atmosphere was just OK.

    Great Value

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    We had a fantastic stay at Buswells. Delicious breakfasts, friendly staff and great value. The location was terrific. And free internet from the business centre. I would definitely recommend Buswells to anyone traveling to Dublin.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Buswells Hotel Dublin

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent