Formerly the home of playwright/poet George Bernard Shaw, Harcourt Hotel is a Georgian property in Central Dublin.
Guestrooms include satellite TVs, work desks, tea and coffee-making facilities and complimentary Wi-Fi. Hairdryers can be provided upon request.
The 24-hour front desk has a safe-deposit box. Wi-Fi is free in all public areas and there are complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Other available amenities include dry cleaning and laundry services.
The hotel boasts its own nightclub, which has a waterfall and two heated beer gardens. As well as this, there is a restaurant with a contemporary European, Italian influenced menu, along with a bar serving traditional meals and a lunchtime carvery. A breakfast buffet is available each morning for a surcharge.
Harcourt Hotel is less than half-a-mile from the many shops of Grafton Street and from St Stephen's Green. Other local attractions include Trinity College and St Patrick's Cathedral.
The staff at Harcourt are very helpful and friendly. From the second you walk in the door until your departure, you will be really well looked after. If you have any queries or issues with your room, they will be dealt with in an efficient manner.
Lots of places to relax.
The hotel has an attractive reception area, as well as a good bar and beer garden to chill out in with a drink. Guestrooms are generously sized, with lovely furniture, high ceilings and comfortable beds.
The location is excellent. The property is no more than a ten-minute walk from the city centre and there are a selection of shops and eateries even closer. Public transport is close by too, so you'll have no problems exploring further afield.
Noise, noise, noise.
If you are looking for a quiet getaway, you won't find it at Harcourt. Indeed, if you want to get some sleep before the early hours on a weekend, then you will need to utilise the ear plugs that the hotel provides. The nightclub downstairs is relentlessly
The food could be better.
Breakfast here is pretty average and doesn't represent the best value for money. There isn't the greatest choice of vegetarian food on the dinner menu either.
Prepare to pay if you are driving.
There is a lack of an on site car park and street parking costs an absolute fortune. You can get a slightly discounted rate at a city centre multi-storey, but this is at least a ten-minute walk from the hotel through the busy streets of Dublin.
WiFi in public areas
Doctor on site
Free WiFi (public areas)
Hand sanitizer provided
New safety protocols
Free WiFi (rooms)
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Check in: 15:00
Check out: 12:00
60 Harcourt Street , Dublin , Ireland Telephone: +353(1)4783677 | Fax: +353(1)4781557 | Official Homepage