Killarney Court Hotel

Address: Tralee Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Tralee Road, Killarney, is near Gap of Dunloe, Ladies' View, Carrantoohil, and O'sullivan's Cascade.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Killarney Court Hotel

      Great Weekend Break

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      Stayed for a weekend break with a group of friends. Great value for rooms and lovely bar food (and they were a hungry bunch!) Staff very friendly and helpful. We didn't want to leave - will definitly go there again!!

      Straightforward spot to lay your head

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      Was browsing and spoted the big number of comments about my current address.Its a nice spot with straightforward rooms and decent food.The staff are very helpful but there could be more of them.I am delighted with the food and the leisure facilities are just right.The price is good too.Overall I would say that this hotel and the killarney heights hotel are the best value in killarney,though not the most luxurious.

      Perfect Base.Great value.Private leisure facilities.

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      Stayed in November.Just passing by.For seventy euro for adouble it was great value.Girlfriend and i visited leisure facilities it was like having our private jacuzzi and steamroom.We were the only users on our two visits.Staff were young and friendly.Had a request or two and they were dealt with quickly.A nice stay.

      A total disgrace

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      Myself and my partner booked on line for this hotel, gave credit card details and got booking confirmation. When we arrived, the hotel had no record of us, but told us thay had a room they could give us. We checked in and were asked to pay up front.

      The room and en-suite were filthy. The back of the bathroom door had blood stains on it. There were also blood stains near the sink and around the grouting on the bath.

      We booked for dinner. My wine glass had lipstick marks around the rim and my partners cutlery was only half washed.

      We dropped our keys at reception the following morning and left. The receptionist took them but didn't acknowledge us.

      The hotel is a disgrace. The staff were unfriendly and unhelpful. It definately doesn't deserve a 3star rating.

      Terrible killarney court

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      When we checked in we were given a room that hadn't even been made up - the room was smokey, bed unmade. We were subsequently moved to another room - which was just 'ok'. We then found a box of condoms in the drawer which wasn't very appealing. The tiles in the shower needed to be cleaned badly. Breakfast wasn't great either. Definitely wouldn't recommend this hotel. Receptionist was very pleasant.

      Excellent for the price.Staff that cared.Fun bar.

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      Value for money.Particularly great showers. Charming receptionists.Really enjoyed my stay. Good wholesome food.

      A fun place

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      My family and I were in Killarny for the weekend and stayed @ the hotel ,we had a good time ,the staff was very helpful, the bar tenders in the hotel were the best.

      Couldn't be better

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      This hotel provided my family & I with everything we needed - the staff, although rather limited, accomodated all our needs and were very friendly and helpful. The "Irish" breakfast was a bit of a dissappointment, (no fruit), but we soon got over that when we were served dinner! We highly recommend the Killarney Court, and the town of Killarney!

      This hotel is a joke

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      The service and staff in this hotel were dreadful. We had a wonderful weekend in Killarney ifself. But the treatment we received at this substandard hotel was totally unprofessional. This hotel does not reserve a 3 star grade. Avoid this hotel at all costs.

      The place was a dump

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      We thought the place was a dump. Celtic Tours could not book us into the place we wanted so put us there. It is not a 3*, probably at best a 2*. The people that worked there were wonderful.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Killarney Court Hotel

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Killarney

      The lumpy bumpy scene road of Kerry

      A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Sep 24, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      Today we did the Ring of Kerry. A scenic route of 178km from Killarmey to Killarney of the narrowest, windiest, bumpiest road with the most magnificent scenery on both sides. Rock fences lined the road and we had some interesting moments when we met wide vehicles coming in the opposite direction. It is an unwritten rule that buses travel this road …

      Day 23 - Ennis to Killarney

      A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 10, 2014

      Day 23 - Ennis to Adare to Ring of Kerry to Killarney
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      Killarney & Dublin, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on May 19, 2014

      102 photos

      Killarney: When we arrived in Killarney it wasn't raining but unfortunately once we left the hotel it was! We walked into town as it was close to our hotel and went for a wander around. We found an ice cream store called Murphys which was a local place that handmade their ice cream. They have been voted one of the best ice cream places in the world …

      Unusual Day

      A travel blog entry by bcurlis on Mar 13, 2014

      1 comment

      Today has been an unusual day. John went to see Muchross House and the Ring of Kerry and I stayed at the hotel and slept all day. Did not sleep well last night because my knee was hurting. When I got up this morning it was no better so I told JOhn I would not be able to do the tour today so he should go without me. He didn't want to but they going …

      12 hours to Killarney

      A travel blog entry by strangeone on Oct 09, 2008

      ... hour left to reach the bus to Limerick(deparing at Busaras Dublin). I was glad to see, that the common bus leaves just directly in front of the airport. 5 minutes before departure i reached busaras. Fortunately i booked my ticket in the internet, so could enter the bus without queuing at the ticket office. ...