Randles Court Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Muckross Road, (formerly Clarion Randles Court), Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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Very Good

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  • Families87
  • Couples85
  • Solo100
  • Business87

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Killarney, County Kerry

by Perry_D about Randles Court Hotel

This is a somewhat upscale hotel with a high level of service. The rooms appeared to all be very nice, en-suite with writing desk and TV (so you can watch all 2-3 channels!). There is a fully stocked bar available 24 hrs., and a nice lounge area with fireplace. Also a large dining area with a good selection of "irish" breakfast options. Although it is around 10 minutes, downtown is within walking distance, and seemed to be a relatively safe trek.

This is a little large and less intimate than my tastes. I would prefer a nice B&B, which also tend to cost much less. Breakfast tended to be very busy and the poor waitresses were very rushed.

Check out the sculptures

by TripAdvisor Member CrinkleDublin

If staying in the Kerry region, especially Killarney , take a stop in the Randles Court Hotel situated near the centre of the town, within walking distance of the railway. The Food and service are great, the rooms spacious but check out the wonderful sculptures , obviously collected by someone with a good eye, which are dotted all over the hotel. I had 2 nights B/B with dinner for 209 Euro. Pretty good value considering the quality of the rooms and the food. It makes a break from the 'formula ' hotels which can all seem the same.

Great hotel

by TripAdvisor Member paws2

I have just returned from a 3 day midweek break at the Randles Court Hotel with my husband and our 4 year old child.
We had a great time and I could not recommend the hotel enough. We were in a standard room which had a double and a single bed. The decor was good and very clean.
We were booked in for 3 nights bed and breakfast and 1 evening meal. The breakfast selection was brilliant - cheese selection, fish of the day, crepe and full irish fry.
The evening meal was even better - I could not find fault and the house wines very reasonable at €23.
Our daughter was made to feel very welcome which is a big plus for us. They made her a crepe every morning for breakfast and cooked her darn of salmon for her evening meal. Great!!!
Hotel staff were exceptionally friendly and the location is only 5 mins walk from the town centre.
For anyone visiting who is not from the area I would recommend the scenic drive to Kenmare and the walk to the Torc Waterfall.
Will def. be returning again.

I look forward to returning!

by TripAdvisor Member meims79

My friend and I went for a weekend break to Killarney earlier this year and stayed at the Randles Court Hotel. We had a super time. The staff and management were lovely and very accomodating and helpful. We managed to get a very good rate with 2 B&B and 1 dinner included and were offered a complimentary upgrade when checking in. We had breakfast brought to the room both mornings which was excellent and the dinner was also very good. It's only a 5 minute stroll from the pubs, restaurants and nightlife. There is a bar in the hotel as well which is very cosy and nicely decorated. My only critisism woud be with the hotel carpark. I'm not the greatest at parking and I found the layout of the carpark difficult to manouver. However because we were so close to the town centre we were able to leave the car there for the weekend as we had no need for it. I will definitley be returning to the Randles Court in the Winter. Overall it was a great place to stay.


by TripAdvisor Member Horseman

Did a two-night stay pre New Year - basically an OK hotel.

Our family room was spacious and had everything you'd need. The swimming pool was much appreciated by our daughter - although it's a plain pool - nothing special for kids.

Breakfast was OK - which pretty much sums up the hotel - it just lacked a bit of character.

One minus - our daughter left a toy in the room when we left. Th hotel's handling of our request (by phone) to find it left something to be desired...we had to drive back to get the toy - with the help of the Services Manager (thank you !).

In contrast, the Hotel manager's indifference to our request for help on this won't be forgotten in a hurry - sort out the customer service guys !

A great place to stay

by TripAdvisor Member Vinceonhols

Visited Killarney for a weekend away recently and chose The Randles from a friends reccommendation. When we first arrived we thought that it was possibly a little bit posh and uptight but that idea changed very quickly once we met the Girl at reception. She was great and gave some great info about Killarney including restaurants and things to do. She advised of a restaurant called Stone Chat which seems to be one the local's secret haunts. Had a great room with a lovely big bed. A wonderful power shower. The Room had a CD/DVD/Plasma TV and fast Wi-Fi. There is a big selection of DVD's which is a great addition and no charge like some hotels. Every body there was really friendly and The Bar with The conservatoty is a lovely spot for pre or post dinner cocktails. We did not eat in The Restaurant for dinner .The Black & white restaurant looks lovely but was full when we inquired.We had 2 great breakfasts and again really nice friendly service. .The Jams are delicious and all sugar free. Overall had alovely time in Killarney and The National park is wonderful. Would highly reccommend a visit.

Absoloutely Stunning

by TripAdvisor Member irishtravellinggal

This is an excellent hotel. I have been to Killarney many, many times over the years and I've stayed in many hotels and Bed and Breakfasts. However, this was the best.

From the minute we walked it in the door, it was luxury all around. The check in was swift and easy and the gentleman and reception was very courteous. As we arrived early and our room was not yet ready, he offered to take our bags for us, whilst we set off into the town.

Upon return, we received our room key and we were told that our bags had been taken to our room. The room was a wonderful size, with a lovely mountain view. The bathroom was large with a bath and seperate shower.

Breakfast was great and although the hotel was extremely busy, the staff were very attentive at all times and nothing was too much trouble. Dinner was exquisite and at a very reasonable price also.

The bar is nice and cosy and the drawing room provides a beautiful place to relax after a long day.

I recommend this hotel highly and I will most definitely return.

Old World Charm

by TripAdvisor Member Marsie1968

We stayed at Randles Court for one night in April 2008. The staff were very helpful and pleasant. The hotel itself is very charming, relaxing and welcoming. Rooms were very spacious and warm, much appreciated on a damp wet day. Within walking distance of the town, restaurants and the INEC, great location! Only downside was the breakfast, ordered poached eggs (plural) and only received one poached egg on a half slice of toast.....not exactly filling. My partner ordered sausages and bacon, got one sausage and two pieces of bacon....again not exactly the hearty breakfast for an irish male. Otherwise though, everything else was great.

Not 4 Star Standard

by TripAdvisor Member patsygraydon

Expected a bit more from a 4 star hotel especially in Ireland where 4 star should mean 4 star. Main entrance and foyer isn't up to much, very basic. The bedroom is of a reasonable size but looks like something your grandmother would decorate! It's just a bit on the old fashioned side but nothing unbearable. Did discover on the last day the bed base had some 'usual discolouring' which we really didn't want to examine closer, if we had found this on the 1st day would have checked out! Bathroom really did have a lot to be desired, paint peeling from the ceiling, the coating around the bath coming away and panelling falling away, it desperately needed redecorating and updating! Breakfast to the room was basic, found going to the breakfast room much better, ample amount of food and very good quality. Spa and swimming pool was the bonus for us, good selection of treatments and pool not busy. Overall, we got a good deal and paid for what we got but if had to pay full price there is no way, much nicer hotels around.


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Address: Muckross Road, (formerly Clarion Randles Court), Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland