Stillorgan Park Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Stillorgan Park Hotel Dublin
Stayed there for 2 nights. Staff were nice and helpfull, rooms were clean.
Aircoach/Dublin bus stop outside hotel. Would stay again.
Fantastic quality hotel
This hotel made our stay in Dublin, although a 15-20 min bus journey from centre of town (bus stop directly ouside hotel), the hotel was faultless. Immaculate modern room, tastfull decor and a real professional attitude from staff made staying in hotel a joy. Would recommend this hotel to anyone, also it is constructing a spa which will be finished in a few months so the facillities will get even better.
Hotel is lively at weekends, private functions and weddings but all finish for about 1am
Stillorgan Park pampers Texans
Wow! A Texan's (and anyone's) dream hotel come true! New(ish), super clean, quality amenities and Irish-friendly staff! Having been very disappointed with the "air-conditioning" featured at the 4 star K+K George Hotel in London, I was expecting the same in Dublin. Wrong! Not only was it real (as cold as you want it) air-conditioning, the entire Stillorgan Park experience was most satisfying. Great location - the Air Coach bus dropped us off in front of the hotel and the return pickup was just across the (very busy) street. Dublin Bus used the same stops which we rode into the City Centre for our site-seeing and back again. We called National Car Rental, which was a mile or two further north of us, and they came to pick us up and took us to their office. (Their in person rates were much cheaper than those we encountered online.) The hotel had tons of free parking. Our great Internet room rate, included a "full Irish breakfast" of wonderfully prepared food and a wide assortment from which to choose. The hotel's staff was gracious, but not overly fussy. They were eager to answer all questions and provided suggestions and directions. I hate to give such a positive report for fear there won't be any vacancies the next time I want to go, but they've earned it. I have learned too much useful information from the posts of other Tripadvisor members, so it is my pleasure and duty to provide you with a summary of our experience.
Concert and Theatre Value at The Stillorgan Park Hotel
I stayed with my friend in The Stillorgan Park Hotel last week for Coldplay in Marlay Park - it was great value only €89.00 for Dinner and B&B plus they have a new shuttle service that will run you where ever you need to be....... great rooms and a new spa opening next month we will defo be back soon... great value last minute deals on line also
We stayed at Stillorgan Park june 6-9, 2005. This hotel is the perfect spot just outside the city. We took the main road in and were able to park right near Grafton St for all the sightseeing. Too easy to even get lost. This hotel has it's own car park which is a plus. My parents had a family room(153) which was huge. The first night my husband, 11 month old daughter and I stayed in a room(274) with a double bed. It was nice but small with a cot, stoller and all our luggage. The hotel was booked because there was a marathon that weekend. The next day we were able to be moved to a family room(270). This was even bigger than my parents room having separate areas with 2 televisions. I believe we were helped by Emma but I can't really remember as it was the last 3 days of a 2 week vacation. She was very helpful and friendly. We didn't get a chance to eat there but the menus looked quite good.
went to the skillorgan for valentine weekend hotel was lovely they are building a leisure centre at the back of the hotel this didnot affect us at all lots of buses to dublin 3 40 euro have the correct money as the driver cant take notes you willenjoy this hotel would go back there again
Right side of dublin town, near dundrum
I found this four star hotel on my travels. It is perfect for travelling to wexford and wicklow. You will be near to the largest shopping centre in Ireland at Dundrum. It has parking also. I found it on ----.
We stayed at the Stillorgan Park Hotel in August, 2004 and were very impressed. We were worried that the hotel would be sub-par because we got a very cheap rate on it but we could not have been more wrong. We walked into the lobby wondering if we were in the right place. The hotel is a first class hotel - - spacious rooms, comfortable beds, friendly staff, good breakfast (included in the price). While the location is not the greatest because there are no restaurants right near it (other than in the hotel itself), it IS on a bus line going to the center of town and the buses come frequently. It's also on the "Air Coach" line which has buses going to and from the airport (supposedly every 15 minutes). If you do want to eat at the hotel, there is a bar featuring basic meals and a very good (if expensive) restaurant.
Have stayed in Stillorgan Park Hotel on different occassions, have also dined there on trips to Dublin. We found the Hotel to be of excellent standard i.e. bedrooms, restaurant, bar etc. The food is of a high standard and the staff have been very efficient and friendly.
Stayed at this hotel for the weekend in April. Excellent Hotel, friendly atmosphere, spacious bedrooms and public areas. Great food-Purple Sage restaurant is a must. Check their website for great rates, which include dinner. Location is out of the city with a good bus service direct to the centre-St Stephen's Green!. A car would be advisable for any other travel than to the centre of the city. Highly recommended!
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