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100% would recommend it to a friend
A little Gem in Ballsbridge
Was over for an interview in the US embassy which is only a 10 minute walk away.
I arrived the day before at 9 in the morning to apologies that no room was ready. I certainly wasn't expecting one to be. Especially considering that it was Dublin Marathon weekend. Nevertheless i was promised a room around 12. Again something i wasn't expecting. The room was ready as promised for this jet lagged traveller and i was very grateful for it.
The room was clean but also elegantly decorated with complimentary bottled water and all the facilities you would expect in a top end hotel.
Breakfast was brilliantly served by the smiling team. Great selection. Couldnt ask for more. I will be back and I'm one for trying other places out always but with this one, you can't get much better. E
Nice stay in a historic Georgian-style home converted into a hotel.
We very much enjoyed our stay in this hotel.
Definitely not a boxy modern place, it's updated classic architecture. It is located "close" to the main part of the city, but not right in it (so it's a quieter area!); there is reasonably frequent bus service to the tourist hot spots from close by out in front. Breakfast was pleasant, and has both a standard dining area, plus a glassed-in sunroom which can be quite a treat if the sun is out. Breakfast service is fine - main dishes are ordered from a menu, which includes most things one might like (meat, eggs, and some optional Irish "pudding" which we call sausages, but made differently), and is served on tables not all jammed together. Classy. Front desk was helpful with any questions or assistance we needed, including helping us find a self-service laundry a few bus stops away. Only negative - and a minor one at that - was the washbasin in the toilet/bathroom. It's old-style, so hot water is one spout, cold water is another, and you don't get to blend to get "warm", you have to bounce back and forth between the two. Whatever, that's how life is (was) with old plumbing, so it's part of the experience. Room was more expensive for a Saturday night. For access from the street, it is possible to get the elevator from street level when you are bringing in luggage, but you may have to have the front desk open that door. Otherwise you get to haul your stuff up about 12+ exterior steps. There may be a few steps inside, too; the lift is a great help but doesn't hit the half-floor levels. Still we would definitely would stay again if in the area.
Excellent quality accomodation
We arrived late but the curb appeal was exceeded by the beautiful décor of this Dublin Georgian Town House the room was a welcoming high quality space to feel totally relaxed.
The bed was large my friend had an equally large bed so we were happy as usually twin rooms are small so this was a pleasant surprise. The breakfast was wonderful beautiful fresh fruit salad and cooked breakfast was delicious. I would definitely recommend Waterloo House come back and stay here again
Great little gem
Lovely place to stay and a great location
Great location, characterful building, nice hotel
Hotel was clean, reception was warm, and location is good (about 20 minutes walk to central Dublin, and a number of good restaurants, supermarkets, delis and fast food joints a couple of minutes away).
Off street car parking, and free wifi (although wifi signal was weak in my room so I couldn't actually use it). Room was clean and comfortable (although some dust on top of the wardrobe - always an good test of thoroughness of cleaning!). TV signal was weak, but a good selection of channels. Breakfast was good (number of options, from full Irish to continental, plus cereal and fresh fruit with very attentive service). Overall, a good hotel in a good location - excellent value for money and very hospitable staff.