A typical business-type hotel. The room was as expected, but surprisingly with a small balcony, despite the receptionist's "sorry, no balconies available".
We would never have stayed here were it not for a good deal found on the internet, as I suspect it is rather pricey, despite being a good half an hour away from Dublin. It's just not aimed at tourists, though there were quite a few there.
Facilities include: flat screen telly with cable, free Wifi access, a kettle and tea bags / coffee, hairdryer, in-room safe. The hotel has underground parking, a pool, sauna, jacuzzi and a gym. We used none of those, but I'm sure they are in good working order.
The immediate area around the hotel wasn't very interesting, with a football stadium (special interest, I suppose), some blocks of flats, quite a few business buildings (many of which seemed to have quite a few vacancies), and huge shopping centre. There were some restaurants and the usual fast food chains.
Given an equally good deal, I would consider staying there again, but it was a bit far away from the city.
If you get a room high up, facing the right way AND the fog clears, you will have a lovely view of the Dublin mountains.
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