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Treat yourself to an incredible stay at Powerscourt Hotel, Autograph Collection. Our hotel is located in charming County Wicklow and offers panoramic views of the hills of Enniskerry and Great Sugar Loaf Mountain. Enjoy all the conveniences of a stunning resort while also taking the time to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the city. After exploring some of the most beautiful hiking trails in Ireland, retreat to your spacious accommodations featuring luxurious linens, marble bathrooms and room service. Feel refreshed in the morning and try out an exciting round of golf on one of our two championship courses. After your victory out on the green, pamper yourself with a trip to our on-site spa. We offer a large selection of services including massages, facials, body wraps and nail treatments. When you’re craving traditional or modern Irish cuisine, savor a delectable meal at one of our popular restaurants. Live lavishly while resting comfortably during a getaway at Powerscourt Hotel, Autograph Collection.
Pros: Staff very nice and helpful, room fantastic , views beautiful . Food terrific .
Cons: Air con was quite loud at night in room, restaurant was booked out and we had to eat in bar , weren’t advised to pre book restaurant
Pros: From the moment we walked through the door it took our breath away ! Everything was amazing and staff so friendly and helpful x thank you for a wonderful stay
Cons: Loved every moment of our stay just wished it was for longer
Pros: There was plenty to do and see on the grounds but best of all, the rooms and bathrooms were beautiful. The bed was so comfortable I felt like I was sleeping on a cloud!
Cons: nothing - awesome
Pros: This is one of the most beautiful settings for a hotel. The sugar loaf, the walks, the old trees. The rooms are so nice, very comfortable beda, beautiful big bathrooms and we had a massive shared balcony.
Cons: This is my 3rd time in 3 years here and unfortunately my last. The first time I visited it was with family, again everything was great bar the staff in the sugar loaf restaurant, they were slow, forgetful, too busy and rude. The second time was with my husband for a charity event. Amazing room again but the service in the same restaurant was not 5 star. This time I went with 4 girlfriends and we had lunch and dinner in the sugar loaf restaurant as the restaurant downstairs was booked up. On arrival we had lunch. I got prawns and for 19euro got about 5 tiny rock hard prawns with what I was told from the menu was sourdough. It was sodabread and stale and tiny. We asked for water about 3 times and on our last time got it, probably about an hour after sitting down. The food took 45minutes to come. When I asked the "Manager" if the prawns were a main portion and she said no, I commented that they were way overpriced and all she said in a really rude tone was "its because they are prawns" what the hell does that mean... Wicklow is right beside the sea and it should not matter, the quality and quantity were ridiculous.. When we had dinner in the same place the service was awful again waiting ages for water and wine and had to ask to get our plates cleared twice.. Its just such a shame as its a beautiful place.
Pros: Room was clean and spacious. Staff were friendly. Great atmosphere and a beautiful setting.
Pros: Room size very generous. Staff very helpful. Bathroom was amazing separate shower and bath was huge. Also bonus of having a tv in the mirror
Pros: Everything my favourite breakaway hotel
Cons: There is nothing that could be faulted beautiful hotel
Pros: I loved the grounds was so beautiful to see.
Cons: The food was awful not 5star at all the breakfast was so bad sausages weren't cooked eggs were freezing this was very disappointing. The room was freezing cold even with the temperature high it was so cold.
Pros: I liked the location and the room.
Cons: I was very disappointed with the Irish bar, the food in the bar and did not find the seating comfortable. I was most disappointed with the breakfast and would certainly have expected more from a 5 star hotel.
Pros: The bed was great. I loved the lobby area v comfortable
Cons: The Sika restaurant was draughty
Pros: Steam room. Comfortable bed. Nice room. Surrounding.
Cons: See through toilet door. Expensive Cleaning staff persistent
Located in Newtownmountkennedy, Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort is in the mountains, a 1-minute drive from Druids Glen Golf Club and 7 minutes from National Garden Exhibition Center. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful location, excellent facilities, very nice room
Cons: The food in Hugo's for dinner - ordinary, and too tough
Pros: How friendly and professional the staff are even when they are busy . The food is always lovely . We had lunch in the bar and dined in Hugos. We also had a walk through the woods also which had lovely walk ways. The hotel itself is without fault . Highly recommend this hotel.
Pros: Great poace for sport and gold lovers
Cons: Very big hotel, pool and spa more for a sport purpose than romantic gateaway
Pros: The staff very helpful and friendly, room service excellent, thank you
Pros: Great staff..all very friendly and helpful...very quiet and lovely views from bar and restaurant
Cons: Bad signage from Newtown mount Kennedy
Pros: very friendly and accommodative staff. sumptuous breakfast. clean comfortable and spacious room.
Cons: access road to the hotel is a c road
Pros: Rooms clean and spacious, nice bar and restaurants plus a decent gym and pool
Pros: Staff are amazing extremely well run hotel
Pros: Lovely location overlooking the golf course.
Cons: Did not know they catered to young families with very young kids.
Pros: We don't drive so it is a bit harder to get to as it is off the beaten track. Bus or train and a short taxi ride will get you there though. We had a family room and it was absolutely huge. The beds are so comfortable and the pillows were like sinking into warm marshmallows. We were there for a wedding so didn't really get to use much of the facilities. I would definitely stay again.
Cons: Breakfast is very expensive even by Irish standards.
Situated in Bray, just 300 metres from National Sealife Aquarium, Meath Road, Bray features beachfront accommodation with a restaurant, a garden and free WiFi. The property has garden views and is less than 1 km from Bray Heritage Centre and 6 km from Brayhead. A flat-screen TV is available. Carmel Duignan's Garden is 5 km from the bed and breakfast, while Rathmichael Lodge is 5 km from the property. The nearest airport is Dublin Airport, 45 km from Meath Road, Bray.
Pros: Location was close to train station, the beach, and the cliff walk. Room was large and bathroom was updated. Note that there is no breakfast included but there is a coffee café nearby. While the site says cash only, we were billed by credit card by booking.com in advance of our stay. The host will send you an email with instructions on how to retrieve your key on arrival.
Pros: The room was excellent bed good & the accommodation is close to the water front
Cons: Not much to not like. The oldies had trouble with the mod cons.
Pros: Very easy to access keys to enter the property. Clean comfy and good coffee. Location was perfect .
Pros: The owners of this rental are the nicest people ever! I felt welcome, safe, and valued as a guest. I will return!
Pros: Very convenient location, close to the railway station and the promenade. Room was comfortable with good facilities, with wifi (now so important). Tea and coffee maker was helpfully available in our room (a kettle could be more flexible!)
Pros: Very professional and friendly. Received several emails with directions etc to ensure safe arrival. Spacious rooms.
Pros: It was really clean. It has coffee and tea making facilities. Great wifi, a real comfy bed and a beautiful ensuite. It is less than a 5 minute walk from the sea front. There are alot of nice restaurant and bars. Lovely for a morning walk or just to clear your head. Also very close to local attractions. We would love to stay again in the future
Pros: The property was absolutely immaculate and in a fantastic location! The hosts were super friendly and very accommodating.
Cons: The only gripe we had was that the hosts had their grandchildren staying, and so we were woken each morning much earlier than we would have liked...
Pros: The location was excellent, just a block or two from the beach on a quiet street. A nice large shower and a comfortable bed made for a good first night in Ireland.
Pros: Easy to find. Very private. The hosts are lovely. Location is great, close to train station and grocery stores. Bray is beautiful. Lots of great hiking trails close by.
Cons: No microwave. Very little space for drying clothes.
Located in Delgany, The Horse & Hound is within a 15-minute drive of Killruddery House and Gardens and Druids Glen Golf Club. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nicely set out,nice decor.
Cons: No complaints.
Pros: My room was fantastic. Very large and had everything we needed. The bed was very comfortable as were the towels. The tea/coffee facilities and bread were an added bonus.
Pros: Great location and with friendly staff and a fantastic Chef in the dinning room. Excellent food, keep up the good work. The pub area was fantastic with friendly staff and patrons and some great Trad music!
Pros: The room was very spacious.
Cons: Long walk with lots of little stairs to my room was ok for me but anyone with limited physical abilities would find it difficult.
Pros: A 1790 authentic pub was part of the establishment as well as a lovely restaurant, both quite enjoyable. Coffee/tea and toast with jam was set up every morning in a breakfast nook or you could take it out and enjoy on their lovely patio. An enjoyable stay and very friendly staff.
Cons: A minor note would be brighter lighting in the bathroom to make shaving or putting on makeup a little easier. Frosted windows in the room would give a little more privacy as the room looked out over the outdoor patio and other properties with balconies/windows close by.
Pros: Large comfy rooms and nice location.
Cons: Bathroom was a bit dark.
Pros: This was our third stay at the Horse and Hound. Room 5 can be very cosy indeed, but the other rooms are very spacious and well appointed. Comfortable and clean and very friendly staff. Breakfast is limited to soda bread, butter and jam, but the Firehouse Bakery within a short walk away, provides excellent meal options for a breakfast meal.
Cons: The Horse and Hound has a pub and restaurant attached and this means that at busy times the car park can become full. It would be very helpful if a parking place could be designated for each of the rooms.
Cons: No food on certain day..evening used ThreeQs locally great stuff
Pros: The staff were helpful and friendly
Cons: The room was very small and in my opinion overpriced for a superior queen room. Bathroom had mould all over the ceiling. The food was really good although we were told when to order as the chef had a party later to preper for and wouldn't have time to make our food too. Totally overpriced at €130 for one night. Very disappointed.
When you stay at The Martello Hotel in Bray, you'll be by the sea, just steps from National Sealife Centre and 13 minutes by foot from Bray Beach. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Bray? This hotel has 11 square feet (0 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Limited parking is available onsite.
Cons: Horrible room without a window or a view and over the noisy kitchen.Good job it was merely somewhere to sleep before my early start back to Dublin to catch the ferry.
Pros: Very good staff, friendly and helpful. Clean and Comfortable accommodation. On Seafront. Good Breakfast, and other meals available in Restaurant and bar.
Cons: No dislikes!
Pros: The meals were fine
Cons: The name and number of the property was not visible. There was a tent/awning in front of the property. We knew a bar was there but we did not know there was a running event on. The first receptionist was extremely rude but other staff were friendly. One room was so small that one could barely squeeze between the bed and walls.
Pros: I was very impressed with the room service. When I arrived the maid was very helpful helping me to my room and kept me supplied with fresh towels and a clean room every day. She was great.
Cons: The bed was very uncomfortable. There was springs protruding right in the center of the bed.
Pros: Excellent breakfast
Cons: Very noisy night club in the hotel that went on until 4am!
Pros: Food was superb, staff were so helpful, and a beautiful gesture from the receptionist a bottle of processo as our stay was for our Anniversary, .
Cons: A big minus was there was no hotel parking, to be honest.
Pros: The whole experience was excellent. Staff were brilliant. Food was outstanding. Service was faultless. I would thoroughly recommend this hotel.
Pros: Staff were lovely, in hotel and restaurant. Food was gorgeous.
Cons: Apartment a little bit dated, could do with a lick of paint.
Pros: Excellent well served and filling
Cons: The Dart railway runs behind the hotel and kept us awake
When you stay at The Glenview Hotel And Leisure Club in Delgany, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 15-minute drive of Powerscourt Estate and Leopardstown Racecourse. Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Breakfast in a beautiful dining room with fantastic views, and good food. Very relaxing. General atmosphere of friendliness. Helpful and efficient staff.
Cons: One blip for which we received an apology - our room was not cleaned on our first day.
Pros: Bed was very comfortable
Cons: No hot water in room for 2 days due to burst pipe. Had to use leisure facility to take a shower.dont think heater was working too good in room 206
Pros: We are repeat visitors and love this hotel and the staff
Cons: TV could have had better movies options
Pros: The staff were all nice. The food in the bar was decent and the prices were on par for the area.
Cons: The shower had no hot water. The toilet would not flush correctly. The bathroom lighting was dim. The room was the only one that used a skeleton key to lock and unlock the door. The flood lights on the front of the building were very bright and the blackout curtains were unable to block out enough light so the room was too bright at night.
Pros: Breakfast was lovely and the view from the Woodlands Restaurant is very nice.
Cons: It would have been nice to have had some entertainment in the conservatory as there was nothing to do after dinner.
Pros: Hot water in the shower. Comfy bed.
Cons: This hotel stay was a present for my husbands birthday. I was a little embarrassed after we’d checked in to say the least! After a lengthy wait at reception to check in, we went to our room which was on the ground floor. The room was freezing cold and the decor seriously dated. The room smelled musty. We immediately went to check out the rest of the place to see what we had missed and had a drink in the bar. Tables were dirty, windows and windowsills filthy and old biscuits lay half eaten on the sills. The chairs and tables were so dated and the place stank of carvery vegetables. We enquired where the restaurant was and we’re told we were in it. The restaurant was closed during the week. We left and ate somewhere else that night returning only to sleep in the room. A lie in was not possible due to the noise of the cleaners right outside the door from early the following morning. All in all very disappointed!
Pros: The Woodland Walk was beautiful, and we appreciated being able to do a walk without having to drive. The staff were helpful and friendly. The room was very comfortable and well appointed. The lounge was a lovely place to relax with a cup of tea.
Cons: We had to ask for towels and toiletries on the first day as they had not been appropriately stocked, but staff responded quickly. The restaurant was busy and noisy, and the menu not up to the standard we would expect for a hotel like this. As a result we ate elsewhere.
Pros: Breakfast disappointing. Cups not properly clean, cooked food been lying too long. Staff member only seemed attentive to a particular guest. Leisure facilities very good. Grounds would be very attractive but needing attention and a good tidy up.
Cons: the room looked out on to some kind of outbuilding roof and wall of trees , bushes which was something of a jungle making it dark.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff at reception. Comfortable bed.
Cons: The room was nice looking but didn't smell nice. Bathroom needs some refurbishment soon. Not worth the money spent (almost 200€ with breakfast not included). We would try to look for another hotel next time.
Situated in Enniskerry, a 6-minute walk from Powerscourt House, Gardens and Waterfall, The Enniskerry Inn provides a garden and rooms with free WiFi access. The property features a bar and on-site dining. A variety of popular activities are available in the area around the property, including cycling and hiking. The nearest airport is Dublin Airport, 27 km from The Enniskerry Inn.
Pros: Really liked everything, staff on check in and meal were excellent. Loved everything especially no TV bedroom
Pros: Good location Clean and comfortable room
Cons: No Breakfast
Pros: The Enniskerry Inn was our first stop on our hiking trip on the Wicklow Way. Even though we arrived late in the evening we've been offered dinner (at an extra charge of course) and found the bar and lounge of the inn to be the perfect spot to relax after walking the whole day. The staff was really friendly, the room was spacious and nicely furbished and equipped. Everything seemed to be quite new and so was the bathroom. In comparison to the rest of this rural area, Enniskerry is quite lively and offers some more dining options as well as a wonderful spot for breakfast around the corner and a small shop. If you're walking the Wicklow Way as we did though we'd recommend an accommodation that is a little bit close to the Wicklow Way as we found the additional kilometers there (following mainly roads) to be quite annoying and exhausting.
Pros: Clean and modern. Tea and coffee facilities
Cons: For the price we paid I thought the room was small and there was a very small window which over looked the roof so very little natural light. Bed was uncomfortable too. We knew we were staying in a pub was music was very loud until approximately 11.30pm
Pros: Convenient location
Cons: No television or radio, noise from other rooms and bar intrusive especially with band on Sunday night
Pros: Room was simple and clean. We were greeted warmly when we arrived. Very close to Powerscourt. Enjoyed a good dinner in the pub downstairs.
Cons: 2 things: it’s marketed as a B&B, so we expected breakfast to be included- it wasn’t. No manager/owner on sit until noon. Also, Our room on our the street side was very loud from cars driving though town. It’s over a pub and rooms in the back might also be noisy in the warm months with the beer garden in the back.
Pros: Clean, great location and very friendly staff
Cons: The walls between rooms are quite thin. Sometimes get noise coming through from adjoining rooms and from the bar below.
Pros: The room and shower room were spotless.
Cons: There was no television, and no hanging space apart from hooks on the wall. There was only one bedside table and one bedside lamp. All this for €95 for a double room. Accessing the room was from the road through a grotty door to where the bins are kept and up a steel staircase.
Pros: There was no breakfast provided.
Pros: New and clean place, very neat! Speedy check-in and self check-out. Great. They don't have breakfast service, but the suggested option was awesome and nearby!
Hillview is a family-run B&B which offers good value accommodation, a friendly atmosphere and is conveniently located on the outskirts of Bray, County Wicklow. The house sits on 1.5 acres of beautiful land and provides great views over the surrounding countryside. All rooms are clean and comfortable with en-suite facilities. Guests can enjoy a tasty breakfast from the extensive menu which is served in the bright country style dining room.
Located in Newtownmountkennedy, Parkview Hotel is in the suburbs, a 5-minute drive from Druids Glen Golf Club and 7 minutes from National Garden Exhibition Center. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Good value for money
Pros: Shauna on reception was outstanding in looking after our needs. I am a wheelchair user and she helped us to get a bathroom that was big enough for my wheelchair. She is an asset to the hotel. Murad in the bar and bistro was also excellent. The hotel is lovely but the staff are absolutely fabulous. Thanks to all.
Cons: Disabled rooms have very small bathrooms and the doors open inwards, making it even more difficult. Turning angles are not suitable and my wheelchair is one of the smallest available. Access needs to be updated, see the Irish Wheelchair Association website for the acceptable up to date needs for disabled bathrooms.
Cons: The sink in the bathroom is too noisey, and we left out a reminder for breakfast in bed , it wasn’t collected , other than that our stay very satisfactory .
Pros: All credit to the night porter he made me a sandwich and a coffee for which I am very grateful. Top man
Cons: I had to leave at 5am and requested a sandwich to be made up, I confirmed with 3 different people who said it would be sorted with the porter, unfortunately this was not done, All credit to the night porter he made me a sandwich and a coffee for which I am very grateful. Top man
Pros: Hotel location, outside sitting area.
Cons: The hotel looked rired, needs some attention. A very long wait for staff to attend to you at breakfast, very disappointing.
Pros: Excellent hotel. Very comfortable. Bar staff friendly and obliging. Good car park.
Cons: Front desk staff too busy to pass the time of day: not what we would expect in a hotel of this kind. They were helpful enough when approached with a question.
Pros: It was very clean and lovely rooms. Plenty of parking for customers and in lovely location.
Cons: Unfortunately at about 1am there was customers fighting from the hotel outside our window. We were disappointed that nobody had come out to stop this so we had listen to group people shouting extremely loud for about 30min. Other then this it was a great stay
Pros: Food was amazing
Cons: Checkout time.
Pros: Big and beautiful room.
Cons: No hot water in our bath. The crew came to check and it was broken so we had to take a cold shower. Their solution was to give us a key to another room that was not occupied so we can take a shower...but we didn't use that as it forced us to leave our room.
Located in Bray, Wilton Hotel Bray is by the sea, a 3-minute drive from Bray Beach and 12 minutes from Powerscourt Estate. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very good customer service. Rooms quiet clean and comfortable
Cons: Maybe a bit more choices on lunch and dinner menu
Pros: Staff absolutely lovely, room immacutely clean, beds very comfy and bathroom exceptionally nice for a hotel this size. Breakfast was fresh and perfectly cooked. We would certainly go back.
Cons: The only quibble I have with this hotel is signage....we arrived at night and overshot the entrance as the entrance is poorly lit and easy to miss.
Pros: The location, the room size, the bar area, and the food was fabulous
Cons: Nothing we didnt like it was perfect
Pros: Big rooms
Cons: Tv reception was poor
Cons: The twin bed was the worst bed I have slept in since I was in the army and that was over fifty years ago
Pros: Large comfortable room Varied breakfast with enough choice for vegetarians
Cons: The hotel is quite far from the railway station / beach.
Pros: Staff were great. Food was awesome especially the breakfast and breakfast price was affordable. Staff is 11/10 in hospitality.
Cons: Room and bathroom are clean except hair trimmings on the sink of which I presume was missed as the rest of the room are spotless.
Pros: Friendly environment
Cons: Wifi is over-utilised by locals in the bar; needs a password and change it regularly. Whole place could do with a facelift and a good clean
Pros: Staff were very good and food excellent, breakfast choice A +++++
Cons: The room could of being cleaner , dust all around the corners of beds etc... bathroom dirty in areas ... no iron available in room
Pros: Vegan porridge. Loads of toppings. Pretty good. Eco friendly messages
Cons: Quite pricey
Pros: Room , free parking and a great choice for breakfast
Cons: A bit out from the town
With a stay at Knockree Hostel in Enniskerry, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Powerscourt Estate and Powerscourt Golf Club. Featured amenities include luggage storage, laundry facilities, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: No soap or towels even offered to buy
Pros: Location is amazing. It's needs more colour though better children's facilities and rearranging seating etc with maybe a quite room library etc so there you go you had my ideas ..........better TV room and storage in bedrooms
Cons: As above
Pros: We slept in a private room with the most stunning view ever.
Pros: Great location for walks. Hostel kept organised and clean.
Cons: Staff not vert helpful or freindly.
Pros: Value for money, kitchen facilities, very clean and stunning location
Cons: No lockers. Not much to keep entertained in evening
Pros: Hostel overlooks gorgeous mountains
Cons: Shower room is unisex, there were towels thrown all over the floor so just didn’t bother showering. Mattresses were noisy.
Pros: Lots of space.
Cons: Beds are rock hard !
Pros: - good kitchen
Cons: - Breakfast was expensive - Breakfast not served until 8:30am - Food not sold according to the reviews, so glad I took my own
Pros: Helpful staff, comfortable beds, clean kitchen and bathrooms. Many places to sit outside and large dining room, nice views from the hostel. Close to nice walks and right off the Wicklow way!
Cons: The en suite bathrooms didn't have any hand soap, and it would have been nice if tea/coffee were available.
Pros: Clean, nice location in the mountains.
Cons: Was in a room with a stranger who talked in his sleep, snored and insisted on putting the light on in the middle of the night? Only got 1-2 hrs sleep. Take my advice and book a room with people you know. Thanks
When you stay at Esplanade Hotel Bray in Bray, you'll be on the waterfront, within a 15-minute drive of Leopardstown Racecourse and Powerscourt Estate. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: I loved the location & the cosyness
Pros: Excellent breakfast. Everything you would expect. The Porridge is certainly worth it.
Pros: The location and the ocean view room was just amazing !!
Cons: All good!
Pros: everyone was very helpful
Pros: Beautiful Area
Cons: Bed Awful! NO MATTRESS COVER! Sleeping directly in a Mattress with only a sheet protector is NOT COMFORTABLE! Wi-Fi NOT AVAILABLE in the Rooms. NO ONE in Europe advertises FREE Wi-Fi and then ONLY has it in the Common areas. Distance from Dublin City Centre was STUPIDLY WRONG! FALSE ADVERTISING!
Pros: The breakfast is brilliant and the staff are very nice and helpful
Cons: The bar closing too early
Pros: Breakfast is full Irish and everywhere in between. It's excellent. The bar is good and the Guiness is excellent. Beds very comfortable. Hairdryer is good and powerful.
Cons: The location - it's right at the southern end of the prom. The rooms are looking tired. You can't open the windows properly.
Pros: Wonderful location on Bray sea esplanade. Good meal.
Cons: Noisy, problems with flushing off toilet. Staff polite but not very helpful.
Pros: Extremely professional and friendly receptionist who was very helpful to us on our arrival and during our stay.
Pros: Excellent breakfast in a very nice dining room . The bedroom. Was clean and spacious ,with two good armchairs. The hotel location is brilliant, on the seafront and a short distance from the DART.
Cons: The bed was just ok,
Pros: The breakfast was fantastic with many options. We appreciated the kind staff, great location, and the space in the room.
Pros: The staff were all extremely friendly and helpful, especially Susan on reception.
Pros: This place is old and full of charm especially the staff for whom nothing was too much trouble.
Cons: Bathroom needs some serious work done. Also it would be nice to have a kettle in the room.
Pros: Breakfast was great. Location was good. Out of Dublin but handy to it. Leave your car here and catch the bus to Dublin from over the road. Staff were all very pleasant and helpful. Lots of parking. Handy to Powerscourt Estate and Dublin.
Cons: Room was ok but could do with an update. TV was out of the ark - very small, way up high and only 2 channels worked.
Pros: friendly helpful staff , booked a twin room only to be allocated a double , member of staff offered us free coffee whilst sorting out the problem , eventually allocated a second room ,pleasing outcome . Clean rooms and bathrooms .
Cons: public areas need more attention to cleanliness .
Pros: The owner was very friendly and helpful
Cons: Just about everything. When we arrived we were told that just the day before, the property had stopped doing breakfast so we had to go out to the cafe round the corner. There were no tea or coffee facilities in the room nor a phone to call down. The room (described as well appointed) had a bed, wardrobe and chair. That's it. The bathroom was tiny, cold and dirty with a hole in the wall, peeling paper and a cracked and broken shower. The hotel generally was scruffy and not particularly clean. Not a place I would ever go again.
Pros: The staff were very good and extremely helpful.
Pros: The staff were amazing... The rooms were very clean... Enniskerry is very small so to have a fairly large ‘free’ car park was a huge bonus...
Cons: No WiFi in the rooms although very good downstairs but given the area this is understandable...as the hotel seems to getting a bit of work done, I’d hope this would be remedied... At the time, there was no tea or coffee making facilities in the rooms but these were free to residents in the lounge, at any time...
Cons: Rooms outdated and expensive. Not value for money.
With a stay at The Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre, you'll be centrally located in Bray, within a 15-minute drive of James Joyce Tower and Leopardstown Racecourse. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Bray? This hotel has facilities measuring 86 square feet (8 square meters), including conference space.
Pros: The location was good. We stayed for 1 night and returning to the airport the following morning. Room was nice and excellent tapas restaurant across the street. We did not use the leisure centre. We checked in an hour earlier and did have a pint at the pub in the hotel bar.
Cons: We did not realize the parking fee and this was our mistake; however, it was manageable and in a secure position overnight.
Pros: Breakfast was expensive, the room was very expensive also, I expected the room to be larger and of a higher standard
Cons: The price of the room was very expensive,
Cons: After the stay I was charged 150e pre authorisation charge. What ever is this, it was not mention nowhere about it. I was told it will be send back in 3 days time. At this stage nearly 3 weeks later and numerous phonecalles to the hotel hearing different stories money was not been send back to me. I will contact hotel today again and see what they tell me this time. Not very pleased with this hotel.
Pros: I really like a breakfast service.
Cons: I don't like a deposit of non smoking room.
Pros: Nothing stood out
Cons: Bar staff, breakfast staff, parking information
Pros: Breakfast was lovely
Cons: The room was far away, only 1 lift not easy access for elderly person
Pros: The beds were comfortable. That's it
Cons: Reception staff badly need customer training, very poor people skills. No interest one way or another whether I enjoyed my stay or not. Too busy checking their Facebook page online as I was checking out. Had to pay extra for parking
Pros: I loved the staff they were great! I loved that the hotel was on a main street near all the stores, cafes, pub's and restaurants yet still close enough to the seafront and train station to walk.
Cons: The room I had was dirty and they only brought clean towels in daily nothing else. Dust 2 inches thick on the vent in the bathroom. Sticky spots on the carpet and I had a view of a wall.
Pros: Location. Friendlliness of staff
Cons: Room very small. Bath dangerous for older people. Bed not made on one occasion. Water not hot enough for shower on one occasion. No tissues or hairdryer in room. Price should include continental breakfast.
Pros: Nothing in particular
Cons: Ryanair nature of hidden charges for things which should come as standard at a hotel where you pay €70 a night such as breakfast (an extra €10 per person per night) and mandatory swimming caps (€3 each) if you want to use the pool... Why not charge extra for sheets, towels and replacement teas and coffees whilst you are at it?