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We stayed for 3 nights at Portobello hotel in Dublin. There isn't much to complain about the hotel, the room was clean and had it's own bathroom, the stuff at the reception was informative and helpful. The only drawback was that the Internet on the...More
I stayed here with my girlfriend for three nights and we were very pleased. Price is reasonable, staff was friendly and generally helpful. The room was very nice, with cookies, tea and coffee. Comfortable bed, good sleep quality. Very good location.
Only one downside was...More
I can't recommend this hotel enough. From the moment we arrived the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The bar showed the rugby and the football. The food was excellent and a great offer of a free pint with a 10 euro dinner. Live music...More
We're Dubliners but we were given a present from our son for concert tickets in the NCH for Sunday February lo 8th,to see the Gene Pitney tribute show with Tommy Carey. So we decided, instead of racing around to find a pub still open, we'd...More
This hotel was in a trendy central location, but it also had the friendliest hotel staff I've ever encountered. The Portobello Pub is downstairs, providing abundant opportunities for food. The rooms are cozy and welcoming, each featuring its own teapot and cookies. The price is...More
Response from AnneLincolnuk | Reviewed this property |
Hi - I lived in this area for a number of years so therefore know the area very well . - To answer your question - no its not far. You can cross the road and get a bus if you want or if you walk down about 10 minutes it... More
Hi - I lived in this area for a number of years so therefore know the area very well . - To answer your question - no its not far. You can cross the road and get a bus if you want or if you walk down about 10 minutes it brings you to Stephens Green (a lovely city centre park) and Grafton Street which is a lovely shopping area . A few more minutes walk (passing Trinity College) and you reach Temple Bar which is good for nightlife. A further few minutes and you reach O'Connell street (Henry street is off this and is also good for shopping) . Just ask the receptionist to point you in the right direction. Hopes this helps (ps the opposite direction from hotel brings you to a nice little area called Rathmines - it has some nice places to eat and also some good pubs. - Its only about 3 minutes walk from this hotel - again ask to be pointed in the right direction. Another tip - if you are arriving in Dublin airport - don't get a taxi to Portobello as it will be very expensive Instead go to tourist information desk and they will tell you where to buy bus tickets in airport and which bus to get outside airport to get you here. You will have to get 2 busses but it really is very easy and easy on your pocket too (you can also buy a return bus ticket to get you back to airport) Hope you have a lovely time