Lonely Planet review
Bono and the Edge's discreet little bolthole is no longer the hottest bedroom in town, which is a good thing because the reality never lived up to the hype. Instead, what's left is a handsome boutique hotel designed to reflect the aesthetic of a 1930s gentlemen's club, complete with an excellent bar and a fine restaurant.
Our independent authors have visited The Clarence and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Dublin.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Internet services
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Non-smoking rooms
- Car hire
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Breakfast in the room
- Family rooms
Description provided by property
Travel informationDublin Airport: 7 kilometers – approximately 20/40 minutes by limousine/taxi/public airport bus Heuston Train Station: 1 kilometers - approximately 10 minutes by taxi Connelly Bus/Train Station: 1kilometers - approximately 10 minutes by taxi
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