The Riverhouse Hotel is a family run hotel, situated in the heart of the infamous lively Temple Bar area, in the city centre of Dublin and enjoys the surroundings of a great variety of shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and cafes. All bedrooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities, TV/Radio and ... More
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The Riverhouse Hotel is a family run hotel, situated in the heart of the infamous lively Temple Bar area, in the city centre of Dublin and enjoys the surroundings of a great variety of shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and cafes. All bedrooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities, TV/Radio and direct dial telephone. All triple rooms have 2 beds (single & double -extra charge for third bed Eur30.00, payable direct)and Quad rooms have single bed, double bed and rollaway.Temple Bar, also known as Dublins left bank, is only a short stroll from Dublins well known shopping areas such as Grafton Street, OConnell Street and Henry Street, while cultural delights such as Trinity College, Dublin Castle and Christchurch are just around the corner from the Hotel. In this vibrant and compact city there are endless ways to spend your days in the Capital.Chic bars, restaurants, new exhibitions and trendy shops are all to be found in close proximity to the hotel. It is ideally situated for access to all the well known Dublin attractions.
Have stayed at RH two times...Once with my two sisters....and once with my son...Both stays were terrific..very down to earth...Clean...great Irish Breakfast...Cannot beat the location. I am not in my 20s...hardly...(62) and still having a great time...Will try to stay there next time (I hope soon)I visit Dulin...We are from Connecticut...Please keep those prices down...
The best part of staying at this hotel can be summed up in three words.....Robert...J...Sexton. He is the doorman/concierge/receptionist at night at the hotel. The man is pure comedy gold. He made our entire trip to Ireland worth it. If you stay here, spend a minute and chat this elderly man up. He is full of wisdom and is bound to make you laugh. As far as the hotel itself, it was okay. It was in a great location next to the Temple Bar area and was a great base to explore the city centre. The rooms were alittle bit small, but considering the location it is easily overlooked. Plus, why spend so much time in your hotel room anyway! Go out and explore the city. The bar connected to the hotel is pretty good too with live music every night. It does get loud in your rooms with the music being played downstairs, so I would recommend this hotel to 20 somethings who are out to see a new city. And I can't stress enough how great Robert the receptionist is. He is an Irish national treasure.
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