Hotel Kilkenny

Address: College Road, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on College Road, Kilkenny, is near Kilkenny Castle, Rothe House, Tourist Information Office (Shee Alms House), and Kilkenny Old Jail and Courthouse.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Kilkenny

      Fantastic

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      I recently stayed here and I must state that the staff here are fantastic. Friendly, inviting, welcoming, professional. I will definitely be returning. Fabulous food, great atmosphere and overall a fantastic experience. This hotel is suitable for both business and leisure guests and trust me you wont be dissapointed.

      Fantastic service and friendly staff!!

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      Just recently stayed at the hotel and found quite the opposite experience - frankly it sounds like you are talking about a different hotel. The service was excellent and all the staff could not do enough for us and the kids. The hotel is popular for weddings - but unlike a lot of hotels we noticed that there was a high degree of management presence dealing with the late night bar and the guests who were determined to get themselves noticed. Overall we had a great short break and would have no hesitation in recommending the hotel highly.

      Look elsewhere

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      Stayed in this hotel for a weekend and was appalled with the treatment of some of the staff. The night porters were extremely rude and abusive upon returning to the hotel at night. After complaining to the hotel I received a very unprofessional and defensive reply which failed to comment on the attitude of the staff. I would never return to this hotel and would not recommend it to anyone. There are much nicer and friendlier hotels a lot closer to the town and for much better value!

      Think before you book

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      Just returned from this hotel. Booked it knowing it was a short walk out of town because we were there for the Cat Laughs Festival and I knew the town would be loud at all hours. This hotel hosts a lot of weddings and events and these went on also at all hours of the morning even louder than the town. People sleeping in the lounges in the lobby all day. Rooms sort of shabby and worn. Too high a price with no return for your money. Was disappointed. Would not recommend. One room had no toilet paper, one had broken hair dryer and never was fixed even after request to repair.

      Irish hospitality at its best

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      I recently had the pleasure of staying at this family hotel. The staff were the best i have ever encounted in all the hotels i have ever stayed in, in all the countries in the world. Nothing seemed to be too much trouble. At times the staff on reception seemed very busy but they would still stop and chat to you and offer advise on resturants, places to see etc. The hotels facilities are fantastic. The resturant was relaxing and staff very friendly, the food was very good and considering that hotel resturant food sometimes gets a bad press we had no complaints. It was always served hot and beautifully presented. The bar was a great place to chillout after dinner with a lovely atmosphere and intelligent, friendly staff. The food is also very good there aswell, (we recommend the chocolate brownies). The lesuire centre is unlike anything i have seen before with fantastic facilities and helpful staff. Although some parts of the hotel look a bit tired we were told that they are beginning major refurbishments soon and we can only think that it will improve the overall experience. When we checked out we found that our car battery was flat and the receptionist got a chef from the kitchen to start it for us. Totally amazing. We would give this a higher rating if we could.

      Worth considering

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      Stayed here for a wedding. Clean hotel. Room well laid out. Lovely leisure centre with friendly staff. Was sharing one key between two of us. Difficult at times. The key card system works far better.

      Will definitely be returning

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      Stayed at Hotel Kilkenny recently with three small children. Staff very child friendly, lovely room, fab leisure centre and decent restaurant. Will definitely return.

      Ruined by a school graduation

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      Stayed for one night.

      Woken up at 2, 2.30, 3, 3.30, 4. ....and 5...kids on a graduation evening visiting each others rooms and shouting a lot....the low point to a 2 week trip to Ireland September 2004. Other than that, a very average hotel, 15 mins walk from the centre of town.

      Dont bother

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      We found everything about this hotel to be extremely poor. The staff were just appalling in every way. We had work men walk into our room with their own key 3 times during our stay, The manager was only amused. The rooms were very dull. WE had booked the "superior rooms", not impressed at all. The waiting staff in the restaurant were very abrupt . They advertise that the hotel has been refurbished but is not maintained well! Give this place a miss I,d say. THe KIlkenny Ormonde is a much better location and better standard, I have stayed there twice since!

      OK but price too high

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      Stayed in Hotel Kilkenny recently for one night - single.

      Room was O.K. but the the price was too high (€127) for the value received.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kilkenny

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Kilkenny

      Another Week of Class, and Another Adventure

      A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Jan 30, 2015

      13 photos

      After another week of class (more like week of fun with a few lectures), it was time to go on another trip. Last week was full of movies nights, which we watched Mary Kate & Ashley's Passport to Paris in preparation for next week, pubs, and clubs. Once Friday came, we woke up very early and made our way to the Irish Rail. A long walk to the bus stop, bus ride, and hour train ride later finally brought us to that days adventure: Kilkenny. The best part of all of this is that we had ...

      Kilkenny

      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 05, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... against it. Great view from up the top over the surrounding estate. Walked around the poison garden with its collection of poisonous plants, some inside rather strong cage-like structures to keep both plant and visitors safe. Fascinating and some surprises in there. Do not eat any foxglove leaves! Bypassed Cork and headed up the freeway north, then headed east to Waterford. In hindsight this was not the best way to go as one town in particular had so ...

      1st day in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by rwarren on Apr 23, 2014

      ... it stopped and the sun came out. Drove to glendalough and walked around. Great weather. Warnings about stealing things out of the car. Drove to B&B in Kilkenny. Unpacked our stuff, walked to Rothe House, had no luck. Went to a library where a man named Damien was very helpful and wanted us to come back tomorrow again. Went to Kyteler's Inn for dinner, good ...

      The town you never want to leave

      A travel blog entry by awickedtrip.com on Nov 13, 2013

      3 comments

      ... kept walking toward what looked like the coolest part of town. I passed a gorgeous church, and rounded the corner to a sweet village, and headed down the hill feeling as if I had entered the set for the movi e, "Oliver"
      I went for a bit, then decided to ask someone passing by. The woman said to stop into a pub across the way and ask. I stopped in "Matt the Millers" pub. The woman said my B&B was down the lane, and I told her ...

      On the road

      A travel blog entry by melissaandalex on Oct 11, 2012

      1 comment

      ... The only major stop we made along the way was to visit the ruins of a monastery in Glendalough founded in the 6th century by St. Kevin. It was a quiet little spot, rich with history, and just a tad haunting.

      If today is any indication, Oliver likes driving through Ireland. He slept most of the time, and when he was awake we passed the time singing songs and playing. I reflected today that it would likely be very difficult to entertain a baby if you have ...

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