Bray, Wicklow, Ireland
Main Street Bray Co Wicklow, Bray CO DUBLIN
Most recent booking for this hotel was yesterday at 22:32
“ Due to the early start on our departure day and because we paid as part of our deal for bed and breakfast we asked for a form of takeaway breakfast. This was agreed the night before our departure and next day nothing had been arranged.7.5 Very Good
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“ absolutely lovely staff. wonderful pool and sauna, steam room etc. We were in room 151, very comfortable beds, very clean. only problem we had a gurgling toilet which gurgled all night. Front room, so little noisy. would definitely stay again. beautiful restaurant.9.1 Magnificent
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The Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre is ideally located in the beautiful seaside resort of Bray yet just a 30 minute train journey from Dublin City Centre. Bray is also the gateway to the lakes mountains and friendly villages of the beautiful county of County Wicklow close to Glendalough and Avoca. The extensive leisure centre includes a 14m swimming pool Jacuzzi sauna steam room whirlpool child's pool and a complete range of fitness equipment. All our rooms are en-suite with high quality furnishings and colour co-ordinated fabrics. Multi channel T.V. direct dial telephone and teacoffee making facilities are standard features. The comfortable 'Heritage Restaurant' where you can choose from our extensive a la carte andor table d'hote menus.
- 24 Hour Reception
- Babysitting services
- Cots available
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available
- Meeting Facilities
- Indoor Pool
- Aerobics Studio
- Fitness Centre
- Steam Rooms
- Beauty Salon/Manicure
- Satellite TV
- Smoking allowed in bedrooms
- Safety Deposit Box
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
- Hairdryer in each room
- Telephone In Each Room
- 24 Hour Room Service
- Limited room service for hot food
- Wake Up Call Available
- Currency Exchange
- Interconnecting rooms available
- Childrens Facilities - Indoor
- Doctor on call
- Lift to all floors
- In-room Broadband
- In-room Modem Hook up
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Business Centre
- Lounge Menu
Our customer reviews
William from Dumfries
“ Hotel is grubby. Badly in need of renovation. Rooms can be a hit or a miss, on this visit we had one room in each category. Breakfast was very average but ok. Beds were comfortable and clean. We will not be returning to this hotel - ever!
“ Top Tip: Eat out good pub food served locally
Morris from Larne
“ It was fine for one night but very dated - no hair dryer, no shampoo , no iron/ironing board but friendly staff . Not sure I would stay again.
Dermot from Londonderry
“ strong stench of what smelt like furniture polish....stains in bath with peeling enamel....washbasin top heavily stained....turned shower on and it wouldnt go off had to get a guy up where he turned on the hot bath tap then turned off the shower so that is how i had to get the shower off....couldnt use the shower as it was to hot couldnt get it cooled down....looking forward to a good lie in but due to noise from the street and then the smoke alarm going off at 6.50 didnt have a great night...smoke alarm went off because someone left the bathroom door opened and the steam from the shower set it off.
Philip from Wolverhampton
“ Due to the early start on our departure day and because we paid as part of our deal for bed and breakfast we asked for a form of takeaway breakfast. This was agreed the night before our departure and next day nothing had been arranged.
P from Bangor
absolutely lovely staff. wonderful pool and sauna, steam room etc.
We were in room 151, very comfortable beds, very clean.
only problem we had a gurgling toilet which gurgled all night.
Front room, so little noisy.
would definitely stay again.
“ Top Tip: weather bad never left hotel, just overnight stay.
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