Fitzpatricks Castle

Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, County Dublin, Ireland
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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A SECOND REVIEW!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 14, 2014


Please note: This hotel is listed under 2 names on VT and I have stayed here twice - so a second review!

The first time I stayed here, my company chose this hotel for me. The second time I chose the Fitzpatrick Castle. This very peaceful complex is located on Dublin Bay and south of the city of Dublin in very tranquil gardens. The great thing is that the hotel is the last stop on the
Aircoach Route. So you can land at the airport, ride the bus into Dublin for a meeting and then ride the same bus to the Fitzpatrick. So after a long day you can jump into their massive indoor swimming pool, have a drink in the gardens, have a wonderful meal in their ornate dining room, then have a great night’s sleep! This is an absolutely fantastic business option. The only noise I heard were birds singing in the tress when I walked outside.

The rooms are excellent although the décor is a bit on the red side. The beds are very good, have plenty of amenities and you can even get a balcony overlooking Dublin Bay. Excellent in the summer. The bathrooms are modern and you get a lot of very good toiletries. You really can’t go wrong staying here. By the way it’s more of a huge manor house built in the late 1700’s than a castle, but it has plenty of old world charm.

Highly recommended by me.

Unique Quality:

HOTEL OVERVIEW:
•113 Bedrooms and Suites (some have Sea-Views) and Castle Suites
•Large garden to sit or have a drink in
•Fully Equipped Fitness Centre with 20m Swimming Pool
• 2 Bars and 2 very good restaurants
•Wedding & Banqueting suites for up to 500 people
•Conferencing Facilities for up to 600 delegates
•Quiet
• Friendly staff
• Wi-Fi
• Free car parking

ROOMS:
• All are on-suite
• Classic Rooms
- Coffee/tea making facilities, hair dryer, trouser press, TV, robes, Wi-Fi
• Seaview Classic Rooms
- Balcony overlooking Dublin Bay
• Executive Rooms
- Desk, plenty of workspace. Also available with 2 large king size beds
• Suites and Castle Suites

FOOD & DRINK
•2 Restaurants PJ’s (international) and The Grill at the Castle
•Library Bar & Lounge
•The Dungeon Bar

FACILITIES
• Gym, indoor pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi
• Business Conference facilities (up to 600 people)

TRANSPORT
• Aircoach from the Airport

Directions: TRANSPORT
• Aircoach from the Airport

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Warm welcome on a wet night

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 25, 2006

We arrived in Dublin on the Swift Ferry to an undermanned taxi force ( a strike meeting was held in the morning). After a bus ride from the port to the centre of Dublin, standing in drizzle for a taxi to take us back to Killiney, we arrived at our hotel , not in the best of moods, and very damp.
We were checked in immediately by a friendly and commiserating receptionist, and ushered off to our room. We'd booked a twin. Each bed seemed like a queen size. The room was huge . No AC but the windows opened. The bathroom also was huge. All up, verrrry comfortable.

Unique Quality: The hotel is a good 40 min south of Dublin so there won't be much nightlife here. The very pretty village of Dalkey is 15 min. walk from the hotel. Dalkey has a couple of good pubs and restaurants and a rail station.
Some rooms have views of Dublin Bay, also on view from the lounges on the ground Floor.

Directions: South of Dublin

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Fitzpatricks Castle

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  • Fitzpatrick Castle Killiney

Address: Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, County Dublin, Ireland

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Amenities at Fitzpatricks Castle

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Suites
  • Shuttle Service
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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