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Ripley Court Hotel

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4 out of 5 from 3 reviews
3 stars
37 Talbot Street, Dublin 1, Ireland

3 Reviews

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12 years 8 months ago
Ripley Court was spotless, well run and we had no complaints. The breakfast was the usual, toast, cereal, and then a cooked breakfast. Location was great. If you turn left out of the hotel, O'connell St, is 5 mins walk. There (and on every other street), the Buses will take you on a "hop on, Hop off" tour of the city for 12 euro!Get off at the sites, stay a while, then get back on the next bus. They run every 10 mins. Go left out of the hotel and its 5 mins over the bridge to Temple bar.

Staff were always on hand and were pleasant and helpful. I don't know if the hotel had entertainment as we went out at night.We will definately stay at the Ripley Court next time we're in Dublin. 160 euro for 2people/2nights B&B when we went...Excellent price!
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Alit
14 years 7 months ago
Got back on Wednesday from a 3 day break to Dublin. The
Ripley court hotel
37 Talbot Street
Dublin
Tel - 01-8365892
www.ripleycourt.com

Ripley court hotel is a 3 star hotel in Talbot Street. A good 10 minute walk from O'Connell Street and 15 from Temple Bar. From the outside it looks very run down - surrounded by boarded up shops and under the DART railway bridge, however once inside its a different story - the rooms were spacious with comfy beds and were clean and well kept (dont expect a view!) the on-suite had a great power shower and there were the usual tv and kettle etc... A full Irish breccy was included (not good if like me you are veggie!) If we went again we would stay on the other side of the river as its a long walk to town but others we met complained of the noise at their hotels in Temple bar area. We booked through www.needahotel.com but you can book direct with the hotel or via various Irish tourism websites.
Alison

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Sapphire510
18 years 5 months ago
I too spent a 3 day break at this hotel in 2002. At the time they were refurbishing the public areas. But I do agree about the location from the point of view of the walk though I thought it was reasonable distance to the centre of Dublin.

However you are right about first impressions, it looks very shabby and it seems to be surrounded by cheap

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