Value for money
Distance to city center
Distance to airport
|"Friendly staff and excellent leisure centre."||(in 245 reviews)|
|"Lovely room lovely spa !"||(in 222 reviews)|
|"Clean modern comfortable bedrooms"||(in 126 reviews)|
|"Very unprofessional service."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Breakfast not included with €200/night room."||(in 45 reviews)|
|"Car Park was very very tight."||(in 17 reviews)|
|staff friendly||in 587 reviews|
|nice room||in 573 reviews|
|great location||in 461 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 395 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 299 reviews|
|breakfast included||in 204 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 141 reviews|
|sea view||in 128 reviews|
|room service||in 107 reviews|
|car park||in 105 reviews|
|dart station||in 56 reviews|
|dun||in 40 reviews|
|bar and restaurant||in 32 reviews|
|old world charm||in 28 reviews|
|executive suite||in 26 reviews|
Location and facilities
Stunning views of the Irish Sea
Location, location, location! Close to the harbor, shopping, restaurants, public transportation!
The Sea view from my room! The gym and pool!
The view was terrible. Too old. Would not recommend.
There wasn't much that I did like about the hotel. The coffee sitting area was convenient.
Room was dark, (not well lit) and small. There was no shower curtain. I paid for sea view room but could hardly see the water. They failed to inform me of my tour arrangement as requested by the tour director. The hotel was too far from Dublin Airport. As a first time to Dublin traveler I would not recommend this hotel. The bar seating arrangement was poor. Overall, I would not recommend this hotel. They were over-priced for the service offered.
It was a short train ride from the city of Dublin. The hotel was very clean, rooms were large, and the staff was excellent. My wife and I felt very safe and was easy to get to and from city center.
A room with a view of the sea
On arrival our room was not very warm. we had to call a member of staff to change to mode to warm. during winter months, the heat should be on. this would be more inviting and comfortable.
The hotel is warm and welcoming. Parking is free and there is plenty of it. The rooms are extremely comfortable and well designed.
The room and the view were great. The bed was very comfortable and we slept well. The bar and restaurant were very nice and reasonably priced.
The parking was a bit limited but we always managed to find a place.
The room was very spacious and comfortable. A splendid view of Dublin Bay. A shame I was only there one night.
an excellent hotel with great service - we really enjoyed ourselves and would recommend the hotel - if you get a chance ask to stay in the rooms on the sixth floor facing the sea. They are brilliant.
Upgraded room and free concert outside on Saturday evening
high standard of room friendly staff
On the Saturday evening, I desparately needed to get in contact with reception, however when dialling the hotel number, I was consistently put through to an answering service. This could well have been due to the fact that the culture festival was ongoing and that staff were stretched, but I felt a hotel the size and reputation of the Royal Marine would have at least one person on reception???
Crisp cotton sheets/duvet covers. Nice comfortable, large bed. Clean modern look of room & friendly reception staff.
Not enough space in wardrobe to hang a coat or long dress.
The room was clean and had wvwrything I needed including a free easy to use broadband connection. Breakfast was excellent.
Parking Exceptional friendly service from all staff
Royal Marine Hotel is set amongst Dun Laoghaire's attractions and landmarks, just a brief walk from Dun Laoghaire Railway Station. It has a day spa, as well as an indoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a Jacuzzi.
This charming hotel provides an on-site fitness centre, a sauna and a coffee bar. Those staying at the property have access to express check-in/check-out, around the clock reception and a meeting room.
Royal Marine has 228 rooms, all of which are equipped with a range of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. Each includes a private bathroom with a hair dryer.
European meals are available in the on-site restaurant, while the modern bar serves a range of drinks. Guests are also able to try one of the various bars and restaurants nearby.
Dublin Airport is just a 35-minute drive from Royal Marine Dun Laoghaire, and a shuttle service is offered for those staying at the property. St Stephen's Green, O'Connell Street and 3Arena are close by.
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Value for money
Policies vary by room type and provider.
When booking a meeting or workshop at the Royal Marine Hotel, there is a selection of amenities and services for you to choose from, including 15 different meeting rooms that can fit between 2 and 750 guests. Additionally, audiovisual equipment can be placed in each room, such as projectors, sound systems, and microphones. The on-site catering team also has several pre-made meal plans that you can select, with some example entrees being a Caesar salad, baked chicken, tortellini, and cod.
A facial that works well with all skin types, the Pevonia is a treatment that lasts for 55min and consists of a massage, mask, and deep cleansing of your pores. If you are hoping to exfoliate and detoxify your skin, opt for the Voya Warm Spiced Mud Wrap, which also includes a scalp massage. To rid your muscles of any aches and pains, choose the Voya’s Total Massage Journey, a service that lasts for 70min and will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
For a chic wedding that is also affordable, choose the Ruby Wedding, an option that costs 79.50 EUR per person (approximately 88 USD) and comes with a five-course dinner menu, half a bottle of wine per person, and an evening reception for some of your guests. If you would like a slightly more luxurious wedding, there is the Royal Wedding that costs 86.50 EUR per person (approximately 96.50 USD) and includes evening canapes and a bar until 1:30 am.
Known for being one of the most popular restaurants at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Restaurant serves traditional Irish food and has specialties such as salmon, lamb, and pork cheeks. To enjoy casual salads, sandwiches, and soups, as well as have a traditional afternoon teatime, go to the Bay Lounge. If you would like a quick snack, coffee, or a handcrafted cocktail, there is the Atrium Lounge, which can be found on the ground floor and has large windows that provide an ample amount of natural light.
If your goal during your stay at the Royal Marine Hotel is to travel on a budget as much as possible, use public transportation to go from Dublin Airport to the hotel, such as bus line 703. The trip will only last you 45 to 50min, and a single one-way ticket will cost between 6 and 11 EUR depending on your age (approximately 7 to 12 USD). For those that will have a lot of luggage or will be traveling with their families, driving is the most convenient choice, and it will take you 35 to 40min if there is no heavy traffic. (Prices checked 31/07/19).
The Royal Marine Hotel is located at Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, 0000, Dublin, Republic Of Ireland, Dublin, 10.3 km from the center of Dublin. Dalkey Island is the closest landmark to The Royal Marine Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Royal Marine Hotel.
Yes, The Royal Marine Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Royal Marine Hotel offers free parking.
No, The Royal Marine Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Royal Marine Hotel is 16.8 km from Dublin. The Royal Marine Hotel is 106.3 km from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, pets are not allowed at The Royal Marine Hotel.
Yes, The Royal Marine Hotel has a pool onsite.