Days Hotel Park West

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Park West Business Campus, Nangor Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 12, Ireland
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
35%
129
Very Good
31%
116
Average
22%
82
Poor
6%
24
Terrible
3%
12

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 21% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families79
  • Couples69
  • Solo70
  • Business75

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Hotel Outside Dublin City

by nylo about Days Hotel Park West

We booked our accommodation on www.hostelbookers.com as it was pretty cheap! The hotel itself was the best we stayed in Ireland. However it is situated in a relativley new area thats being built up, so theres nothing within walking distance. But luckily enough it has a bar and restaurant (dinner was great, but breakfast was expensive for what they offered). The staff were pretty average, but the room was spacious and very clean. Its about 15 minutes by car to get into Dublin city, and 30+minutes by bus. Bar
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Forum Posts

Can anyone recommend a restaurant in Dublin please...

by baileyandyogi

Hi guys

Were going to Dublin for a long weekend and are looking for a nice reasonably priced restaurant, we have been before and tried to book the the winding stair with no luck but am interested in what other people recommend other than there.

Thanks in advance :)

Re: Can anyone recommend a restaurant in Dublin please...

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Re: Can anyone recommend a restaurant in Dublin please...

by zuriga

The Pigs Ear is a very good restaurant in Dublin, but I'm not sure of the prices. A friend who lives in Dublin always recommends it to others. Recently, there's been a very long discussion of Dublin restaurants in www.chowhound.com (UK/Ireland section). It would be worthwhile checking that out as many places were mentioned.. also pubs with good food and traditional music, too.

Travel Tips for Dublin

Dublin's northside

by call_me_rhia

Most of the 'official' attractions lie on the south side of the river Liffey, but there's quite a few interesting things in the northside too. So let's start with the northside: first of all there's the largest road, O'Connell St with plenty of expensive shop, and nearby little Talbot St with inexpensive shops. More shops can be found along Henry St (which changes name about 5 times while you walk along it). Still along O'Connell St there's a great building: the GPO, where the 1916 Easter Rising started.

Another interesting place to visit is the Dublin Writer's Museum in Parnell Sq. There's several interesting statues scattered around: James Joyce at the intersection of talbot St and O'Connel St, and some funny ladies's statues outside the Dublin Woollen Mills before the Ha'Penny Bridge. Parkwise there's the famous Phoenix Park (and the ugly zoo is in that area too) and Croke Park.

What else? There are two interesting buildings along the quays: one is the Custom Hall (near the dart line) - there's a good theatre in the area (but i fail to recollect the name) - and further north along Arran Quay there's the Four Courts building. A few minutes walk from there you can find Saint Michan's Church, with some mummifies bodies and the organ on which Handel performed the Messiah for the first time. Clubbing there regularily - and trying to walk through Summerhill at night and see how long it would be till I got mugged (answer: never!)

The second fondest memory is the vist the the Jameson whiskey distillery, where you can find out why irish whiskey is actually better (in my opinion) and smoother (in everyone's opinion) than Scottish and American whiskys.

Where There's Cranes There's Money!

by johngayton

OK this is just an excuse to pad out my page but it came from an interesting little conversation that I had outside Bowes (sharing the smoking thing) on the Sunday evening.

With the upcoming Scotland v Ireland rugby game we first shot the bull about Ireland's chances - "Ach, should be good game, it always is." I diplomatically posited (Ireland won BTW), then in a typical smoker/drinker scenario the subject changed to the economy.

"How's it over there?" My new-found smoking buddy asked.

"Dire." I replied, "Even the banks are failing, no money."

"Imagine that a bank without money, bejees!"

"So how's it here?"

"Well, as long as there's cranes there's money!"

That kind of sums up Dublin's optimism!

Street Performers

by Deefstes

You will find lots of street performers in Grafton Street and Temple bar. Some are really very good whereas others stink.

The painful sight of seeing a little kid howling out his lungs and considering himself a street musician will alway stay with me. But you'l also see the occasional show stoppers. Here's a limbo dancer putting up an amazing show.

Go to GRAFTON STREET for...

by drolkar

Go to GRAFTON STREET for shopping, restaurants, pubs, cafes or just people watching! In the background you can see the beginning of St. Stephen's Green. I found people in Dublin to be very approachable and friendly. One day I had lunch here on Grafton Street, ended up sharing a table with someone (which I think is common when restaurants/cafes are crowded), struck up a conversation... and ended up with an invitation to the seaside town of Dun Laoghaire for the weekend!

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Address: Park West Business Campus, Nangor Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 12, Ireland