The Ripley Court Hotel
Address37 Talbot Street DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Less than 5 minutes' walk from O'Connell Street, The Ripley Court Hotel is close to Temple Bar and Trinity College. This central Dublin hotel offers spacious, tastefully furnished rooms with flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and power showers.
Traditional, full Irish breakfasts, continental breakfasts are served daily in The Ripley Court's restaurant from 7:00 to 10:00, and carvery lunches are also available. Homemade soups, coffee and pastries are also available in the Ripley Court Deli Bar and The Ulysses Bar offers a selection of beers, wine, and cocktails.
The 747 Airlink airport shuttle which services Busaras bus station stops right outside the hotel on route from the Airport. Return shuttles to the airport depart from Busaras bus station which is just a minute walk away from the hotel.
The nearby O2 Arena can be reached by LUAS (light rail system) from the Hotel and Dublin's Convention Centre is just a 10 minute walk and can also be accessed by the LUAS tram system. Trinity College and Croke Park are within a 10-minute walk.
Rooms at Ripley Court hotel all include en suite bathrooms with baths and power showers. Rooms also feature a refreshment tray with tea and coffee-making facilities, cable TV and an in-room safe.
A 24-hour reception and luggage facilities are available to facilitate early arrivals and departures.
Please note that on-site parking is subject to availability.
Please note for group bookings different policies apply. 6 or more rooms will require a 25% non refundable deposit.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Wheelchair accessible
- 24-hour front desk
- Tour desk
- Snack bar
- Restaurant (buffet)
- Car hire
- Free WiFi
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