Location, convenience , cleanliness, services all make Cityweest very good. Booking in at Reception was very slow , a long queue, at 3 on a busy Saturday, but desk manned by only 3 people, who were also dealing with the phone , more staff needed during busy time.
The hotel done its job as a stop over before we got our flight the following morning. Staff were rude in that they paid little attention to us while waiting at reception desk and just continued their convo and did not see to us until their convo came to its natural conclusion. There was no lift so ...
It was listed as airport hotel it’s miles from the airport and you have to get a taxi costing 15 to 20 euro each way while they do have a travel lodge much closer to airport with shuttle which is not called airport
Situation is very good for airport and there is a lovely park amenity for exercise opposite the hotel and shuttle bus service is excellent.
The property is very unique as its a famous campus and has the Book of Kells on the property. It is very central and easy to walk to all attractions from there.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the Westbury Hotel. The staff were outstanding. We arrived early at 11 am and were given our room straight away. Location is excellent. 5 star .
An iconic hotel located opposite beautiful St Stephen's Green with excellent staff and service
Words can't describe the hotel/staff/ food etc everything was amazing, would be extremely worth your while staying here, we only stayed for one night but it was amazing
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