|"Friendly staff and excellent location."||(in 132 reviews)|
|"Staff was very helpful!"||(in 181 reviews)|
|"Bed very comfortable and big."||(in 23 reviews)|
|"the room was dirty."||(in 48 reviews)|
|"No air-conditioner in bedroom although fan was helpful"||(in 10 reviews)|
|staff were very friendly||in 378 reviews|
|great location||in 311 reviews|
|room was small||in 216 reviews|
|hotel is old||in 156 reviews|
|great breakfast||in 94 reviews|
|bar and restaurant||in 74 reviews|
|city centre||in 54 reviews|
|grafton street||in 33 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 28 reviews|
|hot with no air flow||in 22 reviews|
|beautiful lobby||in 20 reviews|
|coffee shops||in 20 reviews|
|old world||in 8 reviews|
|trinity college||in 6 reviews|
|stephens green||in 4 reviews|
Good value, excellent location and service
Very Comfortable bed, spacious room, very close to aircoach to and from airport. Central and yet quiet location. Close to shops and restaurants.
The sink faucets were a little hard to work with. Toilet was a little noisy due to leaking tank, but it didn’t bother me once I closed the bathroom door.
Long wait for the room.
Nice, unique old world type hotel in good location
The beds were very comfy and the location was great for exploring Dublin. Beautiful and unique hotel. Would stay again. Pay a little more and you get a larger room with larger bathroom as well, feels more relaxed. Lesser priced rooms much smaller.
Restaurant was just okay. Breakfast was the best meal , dinner was okay , waiter seemed a little fed up with waiting on our group.
Situated in the very heart of Dublin, you will find the magnificent Buswells Hotel. This stunning venue rests mere minutes away from local landmarks such as the National Museum of Ireland, Trinity College, the buildings of Dail Eireann and the National Library of Ireland. Buswells Hotel rests on a quiet street that is also close to restaurants and shops.
The building that is now known as Buswells Hotel dates back to the 1800s. Prior to taking on its current name, it was known as the Queen's Institute for the Training and Employment of Educated Women. The first of it's kind on European soil; this groundbreaking college was founded by Dublin businessman Henry Walker Todd and Mrs. Anne Jellicoe, a campaigning Quaker from Mountmellick. By the 1880s the venue had become known as Buswell's Hotel.
Today, the hotel is styled with an elegant and European flare. The windows are draped with luxurious linens, patterned furniture is spread throughout the building and elegant chandeliers and lamps can be found in each room. The walls of the common areas are covered with colorful artwork and large windows that allow lots of natural light to flow in.
Guests are invited to stay in one of the many rooms, with plush bedding, high ceilings, soft carpeting and lots of space to entertain. Each guest room includes complimentary wifi, bottled water, ironing board, tea and coffee.
Guests are also welcome to dine at one of the two on-site restaurants, Truman's Restaurant and Buswell's Bar. Each offer a unique menu of traditional Irish cuisine and top-notch service.
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Buswells Hotel is located at 23-27 Molesworth Street in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green, 0,5 km from the centre of Dublin. National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology is the closest landmark to Buswells Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:30 at Buswells Hotel.
Yes, Buswells Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Buswells Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Buswells Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Buswells Hotel is 9,5 km from Dublin. Buswells Hotel is 114,7 km from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, Buswells Hotel does not have a pool on-site.