Newlands Cross, Dublin, Ireland
Most recent booking for this hotel was yesterday at 20:17
“ Room was comfortable and clean and was good value for money. The only problem was that we were a long way from reception and the phone was out of order. There was an argument going on next door with items being thrown around and we felt a bit isolated because we could not contact reception . The staff were friendly and helpful .7.5 Very Good
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“ had a great stay at this hotel.staff were great and very helpful.rooms were clean and plenty of room.bed was really comfortable.we were traveling from cork stoped for 1 night and then on to belfast.it wasgreat to be near the moterway8.4 Great
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Each bright and airy room at Green Isle Conference & Leisure Hotel includes feather down pillows, 350 thread count sheets and a private bathroom. There is a welcome tray with tea and coffee in each room, while most rooms feature plasma-screen TVs and courtyard views.
There is a modern gym for guests to exercise in at the hotel, along with a relaxing sauna.
The N7 road is just next to the hotel and Dublin Airport is a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
Guests can dine in Sorrell’s bistro restaurant, or relax with a drink or a coffee in Rose O’Grady’s Bar.
- 24 Hour Reception 24 Hour Front Desk
- Car Park Complimentary Residents Car Park
- Currency Exchange Front Desk
- Wake Up wake Up provided by reception
- WiFi Concourse Area
- Hairdryer each room has hairdryer failities
- Disabled Facilities we have 5 disabled bedrooms in the property
- Ironing Facilities each room has ironing failities
- Tea and Coffee each room has Tea & Coffee failities
- WiFi some of bedrooms has wifi
Our customer reviews
P from Coventry
“ Staff were friendly and helpful. Room had stained carpet with telephone not working. this was not sorted out. Meals were adequate and room service was good. Good parking facilities with swimming pool on site.
Gareth from Newtownards
Very convenient for business travellers, convenient to the N7, M50 and relatively easy access to Dublin. The rooms are good value, and the food is reasonable for this class of hotel. I understand that there is a health club - but have not tried it! Good access for wheelchairs, and friendly and helpful staff.
The bar is ok, but boring when the football is on.
Breakfast is more adventurous than some.
“ Top Tip: Clondalkin village is about a 10 min walk, or a short taxi ride, and has a good chinese and several decent bars. Watch out for road works on the N7 at Newlands Cross. You cannot access the hotel directly from the N7. Coming from the M50, it is easier to go on the the next exit, cross over the N7, and return on the minor road that runs parallel to the main road. There is good free parking in the hotel's multi storey car park.
Sally from Coventry
Very friendly staff and helpfull . Rooms very large and comfortable.
Have booked for two more nights.
Veronique from Belfast
This hotel is terrible and I don't recommend it to anybody.
First: the food
The menu offers a certain variety of meals but the quality is very poor. I have a roast pork for main course. I have never seen meat that dry. I had two bites and I couldn't eat more of it. The mashed potatoes were also very dry and over salty. The seasonnal veg on the side were over cooked and even though there were carrots, cauliflowers, brocolis and green beans, they all tasted like carrots. The apple sauce was so sweet and tasted like a bad quality branded one. My partner ordered a chicken curry which was just a terrible as mine. The chicken tasted like frozen processed chicken and the whole meal was very salty and not very good either. The service was also very slow (but the waitress was very friendly). Breakfast was worse. Hardly any choices and despite the fact the we arrive very early (7h30), everything looked like it has been sitting on the buffet table for hours. There was slices of dried, half melted chemically orange cheese, 2 types of bread, watermelon looke like a plastic one and no croissants even though it was stated to not put the (non-existant) croissant in the toaster. I didn't dare taste the warm options (eggs, sausages, bacon) because the look of it wasn't very appealing.
Second : The room
When we first walked into the room, I bursted out laughing because the 3 matresses were in a werid angle on top of the bed. There was 1 king side bed and 1 single bed which had the bottom part of the mattress higher than the head and the second single bed was inclined on the side (about 10°). There's no fan in the shower and the door doesn't stay open unless you put something heavy in front ... not so handy to get ready in the morning when there's no way to evacuate the steam of the shower. There was only one channel working the TV and there was no remote control. The window being very thin (no double glaze) you can here everything that's going on outside and feel a breeze if you stand by it. I do have to say the room was fairly clean.
We didn't use the other facilities (gym) because we didn't have time so I can't rate them.
We were there (thankfully) just for one night and it's way enough to say we'll never go back.
J from Belfast
“ Hotel was very clean excellent value for money . Would stay again . Only downside is quite A bit outside Dublin but bus stop outside hotel