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From our arrival at the Sunnybank 'bar l unge' (missing 'o' on signage!) our stay was eventful. The car park was nowhere near big enough and cars were clearly abandoned causing double parking, and quite a bit of manoeuvring was required to ensure you wouldn’t...More
Do not stay here if you value your sleep! Arrived here and was pleasantly surprised and happy with cleanliness ! False sense of security! Arrived home and hotel was quite noisy - though this would end by around 1am. - nope! Local people using bar...More
This hotel should come with a goverment warning. I hit my bed when the milkman was delivering and the barstaff are more than willing to share a cider breakfast with you. I would only recommend this hotel to alcoholics.
There is no point in booking...More
We had a wonderful stay at Sunnybank Hotel Dublin during a 14-day trip to Europe. The wonderful staff with their warm hospitality and kind assistance turned this two-star hotel into a four-star hotel for us. The hotel is located in a quiet, convenient neighborhood between...More
Found the room very poor and old fashioned, very basic. No heating in rooms or spear blankets,My partnear complained about the heating to some older man in reception (it was after midnight), he said he'd get it sorted but he didnt do anything.Awake all night...More
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