The Belvedere Hotel

Address: Great Denmark Street, Dublin, County Dublin, D01W1C0, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the North Inner City area of Dublin, is near The Long Hall, James Joyce Cultural Centre, Cobalt Cafe and Gallery, and Parnell Square.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Belvedere Hotel Dublin

    Reviewed by aprih.york

    A Brilliant Night at the Belvedere Irish Nights!

    Reviewed Oct 25, 2013
    by (3 reviews)

    The dinner and show was remarkable. The food was immaculate! The music and dance show was spectacular. They even had my husband and myself volunteer to learn the broom dance and sing the local favorite about Molly Malone!!!

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

    Reviewed by sam_trip_11

    Nice rooms but noisy

    Reviewed May 28, 2011
    by (1 review) Celebration , United States Flag of United States

    The Hotel Staff were very good, the rooms are nice but I had a street facing room and it was noisy way into the night. Finally quited down around 3:00am. I imagine that most of the hotels in the area are like this with a street facing room.

    There was live music in the lounge that was good. The second night they showed the football game between Manchester United and Barcelona. That did add to the noise.

    Wifi is only available in the lobby area. It would have been nice to have it in the rooms so you can relax and work on your computer, There is line connections in the room for internet,

    Over all the staay was pleasent. The only reaon the rating was not highre was due to the noise and internet,

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    Reviewed by spiritdtraveler

    Good Place, reasonable prices

    Reviewed Dec 24, 2010
    by (4 reviews) Lytham St. Annes , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Our stay here was good, it was only 20mins into temple bar although the site suggested less and it would be if your a fast walker and your not wearing heels.
    we didnt try the food, but the bar area is quite cozy,
    rooms are clean and nicely furnished
    would definiately stay here again

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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Belvedere Hotel Dublin

    Don't stay here!


    On arrival we checked in and left our luggage at Reception as Housekeeping hadn't prepared room. On returning we were informed of a " computer error" that meant we were double booked and therefore would have to stay across town at an inferior hotel!

    No amount of protestations would alter their decision, despite our booking 6 weeks earlier and paying in full at that time!

    Our requests for compensation were met with the dismal offer of 2 "free" drinks!!!

    The Management were rude & surly, we were made to feel we were inconvieniencing them, even claiming the drinks was embarrasing as the bar staff didn't believe us!!!!

    On top of this it's in the wrong side of Dublin if you like culture etc. I would visit Dublin again but not in a Comfort Inn, especially not Parnell Square as there is a Lap Dancing club opposite that attracts allsorts of undesireables!!

    Must do better


    girlfriend and i stayed here july 2004 for one night while at a concert. firstly, it is not on parnell square itself, it is located at the top of parnell square east, on a quietish side street. Room was fine, quite large , good bathroom and good beds, decor. tv didn't fully work, and the noise levels from the corridor were high as we were near the lifts, so would reccomend getting a room at end of corridor if light sleeper. staff kept luggage for us for the day while we left. had to laugh at comments from americans on other reviews about not having shops open at 6.30am on a sunday morning, what do they expect in europe?!! Visitors should note that the north inner city is not the safest after dark, so exercise caution if going away from main o'connell/ parnell square axis. Overall, not bad if on short stay, but you can do better if you are on a longer stay!

    A Great Hotel


    My friend and I had a really good stay at the Comfort Inn. The rooms were similar to that of a travel inn, and were well kept with a pleasant decor. There was plenty of room; more than we needed. Despite leaving the windows open nightly there was no noticable noise from outside.

    Even though we arrived much earlier than check-inn time we were allowed to use our room straight away.

    The breakfast was very nice, even though we stuck to the simplest option that was included in the price.

    There's also a pleasant looking bar adjoined to the hotel, which has a nice atmosphere.

    The receptionists provided good answers to any questions asked.

    This hotel is definitely a bargain in Dublin and well worth a stay!

    Wonderful new bedrooms


    This is a great Hotel just a 10 minute walk from the city centre. There's a very modern breakfast restaurant and a bar opposite reception.

    The staff are very friendly.

    The bedroom we stayed at was in the new extension and it was fabulous.

    I would defineately stay here again.



    We stayed at the Comfort Inn for 2 nights at the end of June 2004. I must say after reading some of the reviews i was quite worried about staying here.

    We arrived early however we were able to check straight into our room without any difficulty. We found the room to be very clean and it was big enough for both of us and our cases. it was like a Travel Inn size room.

    The hotel was kept very tidy by the staff.

    The staff at this hotel are very helpful.

    When we go back to Dublin next year we will definately stay here again because it was cheap enough and very clean.

    Pretty good hotel


    This hotel was a little hard to find initially because the streat name from O'Connell Street was different than at the hotel. But the Irish are helpful people and we found our hotel with their help.

    I got a great deal at 50 euros per night, from their website and was pleasantly surprised by the room. It was pretty large and well equipped (hairdryer and coffee maker in the room). It was clean and in close walking distance to everything.

    There was a bit of street noise in the morning, but closing the window eliminated it and the room was still a comfortable temperature.



    I really had a different experiance than other guests. We arrived in Dublin early after a very long flight. I barely had a chance to say my name and the front desk attendant kept saying sorry you can't check in now. So, we droppped off our bags and came back 1 1/2 hours later. We checked into our room, it was literally the size of my closet. There was no where to put our suitcases. There was a "closet" in room, which you could touch the back of from laying on the bed. It was not very clean either. I have stayed in lots of Europeon sized (small) hotel rooms, but this one takes the cake. I awoke early next morning (about 6:30a.m.) and went down to the front desk trying to buy a bottle of water. They said there was no available. I walked down the street to find nothing open. I think next time I would spend some extra euros and stay somewhere nicer!

    Great Time !


    The hotel was great ! The staff was friendly without being obtrusive.

    The location couldnt be beat. We were far enough off the main traffic but it was accesible to everything. I cant wait to stay again !

    Could do better


    Stayed at the hotel for two nights in February 2004. Have to be fair and say the rooms were large and clean, although when we first arrived the room wasn't ready.

    Just keep your fingers crossed that you don't encounter a problem with the powerbox in your room as we did meaning that we had to walk across reception to have a shower, make a cup of tea, use a hairdryer etc. Yes we were offered another room but at 11pm at night when you get back to your room you kind of hope that your lights and shower and kettle etc work. Whilst we were offered another room it didn't seem a feasible option at the time - ever tried packing in the pitch black?

    Reception staff friendly and as helpful as possible but the hotel 'management' could do with being more responsive to customers' needs rather than just state that things 'aren't policy'.

    Let's put it this way - in a city as friendly as Dublin I think you could find better.

    Clean, comfortable and friendly


    I stayed at The Comfort Inn at Parnell Square for three night in Fenruary 2004.

    Upon arrival I was greeted by friendly staff and a clean environment. I had a single room on the third floor and have absolutely no complaints about my stay.

    The room had a queen size bed with plenty of bedding. A bathroom with shower, sink and toilet with assorted toiletries. The room was very quiet and comfortable. Room service was available until 10PM.

    The hotel is located about 2 minutes walk from O'Connell Street and there are lots of clubs, pubs and reastaurants in walking distance. I highly reccommend this hotel for a reasonable 70 Euros per night.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Belvedere Hotel Dublin

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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