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The Portobello Hotel is a charming property, which combines all the comforts of a modern hotel with the warmth and welcome that only a small Irish Hotel can offer. It combines the old with the new. There is a relaxed atmosphere where you can chill out in our bar, party the night away in our nightclub called Rain. It is dublins over 30s venue or hit the hot spots of the city yet within minutes be back in the comfort of your cosy quilted bed. Because of its central location the Portobello Hotel is a perfect choice for a weekend in Dublin.
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The Portobello Hotel Dublin is located in the 33 South Richmond Road in Dublin 2. It is located opposite Portobello College and is on the city centre side of Rathmines Bridge.
The property is just a 10-minute walk from Trinity College and St Stephens Green and 15 minute walk from temple bar. So why not treat yourself and enjoy the delightful cocktail of fun, history and excitement of the capital. Nestled on the edge of the city's entertainment & shopping district there are numerous attractions walking distance from the hotel. The charming village of Rathmines is just a short walk in the opposite direction. The luas is just a short walk away.
Portobello Hotel features 24 tastefully decorated bedrooms. The bedrooms include ensuite facilities and are comfortable and spacious.
In room facilities include
Tea/coffee making facilities.
Direct dial telephone.
Enjoy good food and entertainment at the Portobello Bar. This traditional bar has a warm and welcoming ambience and is an ideal haven to relax with the drink or two.
Other facilities include
Delicious breakfast served each morning.
A beautiful carvery menu is available seven days a week.
Nightclub on premises.
Dublin is a city for young and old from its trendy night spots to its fascinating range of museums and art galleries, you will not be disappointed.
Places of Interest in Dublin City
Trinity College, College Street
Trinity College was founded in 1592 and many a famous graduate and graced its corridors such as Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker. It is also home to the Book of Kells, well worth a visit.
Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
The castle was first built about 1204 by King John of England. The castle a venue for visiting Heads of State, EU presidencies and state banquets. National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2. The museum contains artefacts dating from 7000 BC to the 20th century and includes examples of Celtic and Medieval art such as the famous Ardagh Chalice and the Tara Brooch.
Other Places of Interest
Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Guinness Store House, Dublin 8.
Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8.
Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 8.
Hop on, hop off Dublin City Tour.
Paul from Bude
Stayed 05-2011Mature couple
Helpful friendly staff.
Anonymous from Farnanes
Stayed 11-2010Business traveller
Anonymous from Vrhnika
Stayed 04-2010A few friends
The hotel was good fot the price we paid. But in fact it is not so close to the city as it was writen in descripstion of the hotel.
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