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Feedback on Molesworth Court Suites, DUBLIN, and Trinity College Campus accomodations?

Old Sep 21st, 2005, 10:17 PM
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Feedback on Molesworth Court Suites, DUBLIN, and Trinity College Campus accomodations?

Has anyone stayed in the apartments at Molesworth Court Suites, Dublin? I would love detailed feedback. They sound nice but there's no 24-hour front desk, so I hear they can be noisy at night with partyers.

How about Trinity College Campus, which makes 800 beds available to tourists in the summer? Has anyone stayed there? I'm looking for something affordable but with some Irish character.

I'm also considering Kilronan House, Number 31, and Harrington Hall, which I have posted under a separate qestion.

We'll be travelling summer 2006: hubby and I and our 2 young adult daughters. Thanks for sharing your experiences.
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Old Sep 22nd, 2005, 06:37 AM
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Answered already on
http://www.fodors.com/forums/threads...Melissa5&fid=2
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Old Sep 22nd, 2005, 11:43 AM
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SiobhanP, I ended up posting 3 questions on Dublin hotels because when I was working on this my fodors web-site was acting haunted! My questions seemed to disappear into cyberspace and strange instuctions kept popping up.

Thanks for your help. Two of my questions are on different Dublin hotels.

I still haven't found just the right Dublin accomodations, I'm waiting for the little light of inspiration which eventually goes on in my head and I know, "ding", this is the one for us.

So many of the accomodations in city centre, Dublin seem to be affected by noise at night from night clubers returning in the wee hours to their hotels...
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Try Mercer Hotel: www.mercerhotel.ie/

We stayed there 2 nights in Oct.'04. Excellent location, and quiet. Very comfortable, clean, and a pleasant staff, + breakfast. Good prices through one of the websites I researched. We were quite pleased and would stay there again.



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Old Sep 26th, 2005, 08:49 AM
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suelh, thanks for the suggestion of the Mercer hotel and I will check into it.
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