Harrington Hall Guesthouse

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

60-70 Harcourt St., , Dublin, County Dublin 2

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  • bcorbitt's Profile Photo

    Nice hotel near Loud Clubs

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    Stayed there for first two nights of trip as had affordable two twin beds and location was not too far south from everything wanted to do. Reviews by people mention noise and agree with them as the Krystle Club is across street and attracts revelers to 3AM. If light sleeper demand high up and back room. I was placed in room 2 which is on ground floor facing street and many times heard people talking outside of room. Luckily I am a deep sleeper and my father who was with me is deaf without hearing aid so able to sleep through racket once got to sleep. Room was large enough and comfortable. Bathroom was nice and upscale. Breakfast was extra and did not look worth the 8 euro price they charged for continental breakfast. Better to go visit any number of places in neighborhood for breakfast. There is a LUA stop nearby though it only goes one more stop to St Stephens green so not worth using. Has free wifi once you go through advertisement. It is sister property with the Harcourt just a couple doors down.

    Unique Quality: In converted Georgian townhouse in neighboorhood within ten to fifteen minutes of all major Dublin Attractions. Big lobby that would be good if coming in large group to meet up at beginning of day to strategize.

    Directions: S0uth of St Stehens Green(near Harrington Hall stop if taking 16A bus from airport or St Stephens Green stop if taking other bus service).

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    Great place to end a Vacation

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    We were in Ireland for a 10 day Fly/Drive, we spent 8 days in B&Bs all very nice. Our Travel Agent suggested that we spend our last two days in Dublin and that we drop off our rental car and do Dublin on foot, he also suggested that we stay at the "Harrington Hall" Guesthouse to give ourselves a treat after being on the road for a week and a half.
    I can't express how right our Agent was, the place is Posh and very Old World, it wasn't cheap, but we felt well taken care of.
    They have 24 hour Concierge service, upon arrival we were given a map of Dublin and we were given advice on places to see and restaurants to eat at.

    Unique Quality: Our room was of a nice size, we were on the third (top) floor and had a view of Harcourt St.
    The room had an Ar-moire, TV, Telephone, Desk & Chair, Hairdryer, an electric Pants press, tea & coffee maker, cookies & mineral water (all complimentary).
    The bath room was larger than the one I have at home, the room is all marble with about 8 spotlights in the ceiling that made the room very well lit. It had a large soaker tub, I'm six foot one and weigh about 250 and I could lay down in the tub, it was wonderful after a week & a half of small shower stall.
    Down stairs is a Guest Sitting room, all very Victorian, Chandelier, fireplace, piano, coaches, easy chairs, magazines and newspapers & on the coffee table a pitcher of ice Water and clean glasses. This was a real plus as we had a friend from Dublin in and it was like inviting them into our living room for a visit.
    The biggest plus is that we were one block south of St. Stephens Green and two blocks south of Grafton St., we could walk from our room to O'Connell St. on the north side of the River Liffey in about 15 minutes.

    Directions: One block south of St. Stephens Green

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Harrington hall Hotel dublin

by sharon1950

I am on the verge of booking with this hotel. This will be the first time. Having looked at various reviews I understand there are quite a few nightclubs around the hotel. As I am 60 years old. A quiet room would be ideal. any recommendations on which rooms to ask for?

Thanking you

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by wise23girl

Well I would email the hotel and ask for what you want...unless maybe some VTer knows the Hotel very well or choose another Hotel. I do not know that one but where is it located?

Re: Harrington hall Hotel dublin

by christine.j

It may also depend on the which day of the week you are there. We stayed in Harcourt Hotel last year and were afraid it would be very noisy, because they have a club right in the hotel. But it turned out the club was only open the second part of the week, and as we stayed from Monday to Wednesday it was quiet.
Just email the hotel and ask for details.

Re: Harrington hall Hotel dublin

by tango_jd

Yep - we stayed at the Harcourt last year also - no problems with noise there for us.
If your research does turn-up an unfavourable response to your first choice, then I can definitely recommend the Harcourt Hotel.
While walking-back to our hotel at night, none of the streets around Harcourt Street seemed noisy. (but they were cold, wet October nights!)

Re: Harrington hall Hotel dublin

by tango_jd

Yep - we stayed at the Harcourt last year also - no problems with noise there for us.
If your research does turn-up an unfavourable response to your first choice, then I can definitely recommend the Harcourt Hotel.
While walking-back to our hotel at night, none of the streets around Harcourt Street seemed noisy. (but they were cold, wet October nights!)

Re: Harrington hall Hotel dublin

by pobblepop

hi, i used to work in the harcourt hotel in the bar.. theres a bar on the ground floor,night club down stairs and a beer garden that are really busy friday and saturday nights, also the resedents bar stay open until 4am some saturday nights.. in general it can be quite noisy friday and saturday nights. Theres another club arsoss the road that is always busy but the noise from there is usually made by the people waiting to go in or comming out.. every other day of the week is quiet enough in the harcourt hotel.

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Address: 60-70 Harcourt St., , Dublin, County Dublin 2