Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin

Golden Lane and Chancery Lane, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
(4.5 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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A good location for a hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 19, 2015

We booked a Radisson Blu hotel - it had a good location and was comfortable ad the wifi was good.

The staff were international and professional.

The breakfast was good and plentiful.

Unique Quality: short walk from the cathedral and the city centre. It has a good restaurant and bar service menu.

Directions: A very short walk from St Patrick's Cathedral

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Radisson Blu

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 31, 2013

This was excellent hotel in comfortable location to spend the weekend in Dublin.
From the hotel point of view, the qualities and services were very good, great breakfast, free WiFi, and so on. Then basically we could also walk from here to all major attractions so this whole been very convenience.

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Golden Baby

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 16, 2008

My usual haunt, the Four Seasons, didn't have a suitable room available for me this week (July 2008) so I decided to take a chance and try this relatively new hotel, mainly because it was close to my place of business at the Four Courts and also because it had very sizeable work-suited junior suites.

I was more than rewarded at taking this chance and straying from my routine Dublin Den.

I was driving and found the hotel very easy to get to, plus there was ample safe parking under the hotel at just €10 per night.

As we checked in our bags were whisked to our rooms and were there when we arrived, without even opportunity to tip the very friendly bellboy.

My junior suite was enormous. There was a king size bedroom with 42" flatscreen tv, several armchairs, a desk, bedside tables etc. With the nightly turndown service you get an apple - nice touch. That bed was just sinkable-into:-) The bedroom had its own en suite bathroom complete with flatscreen tv behind the bath, double sinks, walk in rainforest shower, and plenty of fluffy towels. Oh, there was also a walk in closet.

Then came the living area - spacious dining area with a long table and dining chairs, a full bar, nespresso machine, kettle, teas and coffees, more wardrobe space; then the lounge with a three seater sofa plus a six seater, and yet another 42" tv. There's also another toilet, iron and ironing board, second bar in the bedroom, four or five telephones, and huge bright windows with views to the Dublin mountains.

The piece de resistance was the "secret lift" which was a seperate private access and egress from the room via this private lift which lead down to a side door of the hotel. Great for quick escapes if you had a secret lover or three;-)

Downstairs, the restaurant and bar were top class. Each will merit a seperate review but for now I will mention breakfast - it's almost as good as you get anywhere in the world. The almost is because they don't appear to have eggs benedict; but they do have succulent omelettes, freshest of fruit, perfect danish pastries, the impossible to beat Irish bacon and sausages. You know, I bet if I had asked they would have made up the eggs benedict:-)

Unique Quality: This hotel is open just a year and is impeccable in design and style. For a four star hotel you get five star standards and service.

You bet I'll be back.

Directions: Close to Christchurch Cathedral on Dublin's fashionable Southside

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Address: Golden Lane and Chancery Lane, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

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Amenities at Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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