great value, great hotel
Just returned from a 2 night stay at the Drury Court Hotel, after reading some of the reviews was slightly worried, however there was no need to be worried at all.
This hotel is in an excellent location, shopping and entertainment within a short walk. On arrival we were allocated a non-smoking room on the 3rd floor, it was very clean, more than adequate considering how much we paid to stay here.
There is a restaurant located at this hotel, if you eat here you are given a complimentary drink, the food prices are pretty average, (as, as a whole Dublin is fairly pricey) the food is freshly made and plenty of it, neither myself nor my husband could fully finish our meals.
Your complimentary breakfast consists of either:
cereals, crossiant, fruit, yoghurt etc
full irish breakfast (bacon, egg, sausage, soda bread, black pudding, toast)
the choice is yours, also, plenty of orange juice/milk/tea and coffee
All staff are very polite and helpful.
We both enjoyed our stay at the Drury Court and will be going back for a return visit.
We are 4 women of a certain age who thoroughly enjoyed the warmth and hospitality of the hotel. Staff were great. We booked 4th floor rooms having been advised of the Club nearby so had no problems although if you are a light sleeper take earplugs- worked a treat.
Full Irish breakfast must not be missed.
Bedrooms and ensuite v. roomy, clean and tidy.
Evening meal in the bar no pronlem although it gets busy later on in the evening.
Will happily recommend the Drury Court to all.
Very good hotel
We were very happy with our stay at Drury Court. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. Our room was clean, well decorated, spacious and comfortable. The bathroom was equipped with shower and bath. Tea and coffee making facilities were appreciated. The breakfasts were very good - lots of choice. The hotel was ideally situated for all the major attractions in the city. The noise from the nightclub next door could be a problem on some nights - fortunately we were on the 4th floor and were equipped with ear plugs.
Great location, nothing more
Expanding upon my wife's review below...Drury Court is probably the best location for a hotel in Dublin. Easy walking distance to Grafton St shopping and Temple Bar restaurants/pubs, as well as all the other major attractions. That is where the positive ends. Terrible staff who didn't offer to help with our large and ungainly bags, cheap motel-like rooms, and man did our room stink! At least it was quiet, since we were on the top floor facing away from the street (undoubtedly their "best" room). .
Nice Hotel Great Value for Money
Just got back from a very pleasant 2 night stay at the Drury Court. After reading the mixed reviews I have to admit we were a bit worried but to be honest we can find nothing to complain about. We had a room on the third floor and experienced very little outside noise although we did stay midweek and would assume that it is noisier at the weekend due to the amount of bars that surround the hotel. The staff were very friendly, the rooms clean, breakfast was nice and a great location. (I am 6 1/2 months pregnant so ideal for me as everywhere is within easy walking distance).We will stay here again next time we are in Dublin.