Saturday, January 19, 2013

The Burlington: Nice hotel in center

The hotel is pretty central. Very nice atmosphere. Clean and well maintained. Very large selection at breakfast. Einzinger downside was that you can get an adapter for British power sockets. Which must be bought from vending machines. The bed was big and tall. In-room coffee and tea was available.

From Dublin city center to the hotel is about 30 minutes walk. The airport bus stops right outside the hotel. Actually, all attractions, theaters and shopping areas within walking distance.
From check in at the airport to return hamburger in Hamburg, everything went smoothly.

I was already there 4th Time in this House and it will always stay there again. next
the good location, in a quiet, upper-class neighborhood, yet only about 10 minutes walk from the Crafton Street and St. Steven's Green, the excellent breakfast and the nice big rooms, comfortable beds sleeps where you, as in Abraham's bosom, is also the staff, both at reception and at breakfast of politeness and professionalism. It's a place I feel both in the room and outside in the lobby and the bars well.

The Burlington is one of the largest hotels in Dublin (501 rooms). The lobby is very nice, just like the Bellini's Bar or the Sussex restaurant. The 6th floor is an executive lounge with great views over Dublin. The room on the 4th floor are decorated modern. The hotel is ideal for conferences and events. You meet many celebrities, e.g. Irish President. The staff is very friendly and helpful wide, the room rates for the class of hotel absolutely moderate. The bus to the center and to the airport stops 50m next to the hotel.

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