60 Harcourt Street, Dublin, Ireland, 2
- Recommended for:
- Backpackers / Students, Singles, Stag / hen parties, Nightlife, Shopping
Expert review of Harcourt Hotel
Housed in a pretty Georgian building, the Harcourt Hotel is popular with young groups who, as guests, gain free entry to DTwo club downstairs, as well as a late night guest bar. I'm only too familiar with Dublin’s late opening clubs, almost all of which are along this street, or around the corner on Leeson Street. This is the road all Dublin revellers flock to in the early hours so if it’s a late night fun you’re after, this is the place to be (going to bed early isn't an option believe me!).
Bang in the middle of late night Dublin revelry, the Pod, Odeon, Copper Face Jacks and Dicey Reilly’s are on this street, as well as DTwo club downstairs. It’s five minutes' walk to St. Stephen’s Green.
Basic, minimalist three-star rooms at extremely affordable rates but don't expect too much in the way of comfort - this hotel is more about location and value than style. Triple and quad rooms are also available. Mid week is the quietest. Only half the rooms have baths so request that when booking if you prefer a soak.
There’s a lounge, bar and nightclub but public areas are limited to those who are up for socialising until the wee hours. There's also a beer garden which is a superb feature for a city centre hotel if the sun in shining.
Bar food is on offer or Little Caeser’s Italian restaurant is downstairs and bookings can be made at reception.
Informal and helpful.
Groups of party people, students and backpackers.
Quad rooms are the best value if you're in a group. Breakfast isn't included in room rates and costs 10 euros extra.
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- 60 Harcourt Street, Dublin, Ireland, 2
- Free tags / Keywords:
- Nightlife, Clubbing
- Business Centre, High-Speed Internet, Restaurant, Room Service
- Harcourt Street