HOTEL RUSSELL COURT
21-25, Harcourt Street - D2 | Dublin Ireland
Please be advised that the Russell Court Hotel is a very lively city centre hotel with several bars, function rooms, 2 nightclubs and very busy beer garden. All rooms can be affected by noise 7 days of the week. The Russell Court hotel is not recommended for those looking for “peace and quiet”. Check-in time at the hotel is 3.00pm and departure time is 12.00noon. We do have storage facilities available for luggage if required at a fee of €3.00 per room. Please note that the hotel does not operate a Residents Bar. Room Service is available after midnight; a charge of €10.00 applies per service. Please note that the hotel requires a EUR... [more]
Average price: US$ 82.54
Conveniently located in the heart of Dublin City, the Russell Court Hotel is an elegant Georgian building providing a superb standard of comfort & luxury. This lively hotel boasts 42 spacious and comfortable bedrooms offering great value for money. The Russell Court Hotel is the best location to enjoy all that Dublin has to offer. Shopping Districts, Theatres, Museums and leafy St Stephens Green are all within walking distance. The Russell Court is a hotel for those who like to party with its bars and nightclubs open 7 days a week. Because of this all rooms can be affected by noise.
Hotel Category: Superior Tourist
Please be advised that the Russell Court Hotel is a very lively city centre hotel with several bars, function rooms, 2 nightclubs and very busy beer garden. All rooms can be affected by noise 7 days of the week. The Russell Court hotel is not recommended for those looking for “peace and quiet”.
Check-in time at the hotel is 3.00pm and departure time is 12.00noon. We do have storage facilities available for luggage if required at a fee of €3.00 per room. Please note that the hotel does not operate a Residents Bar.
Room Service is available after midnight; a charge of €10.00 applies per service.
Please note that the hotel requires a EUR 50.00 fixed amount per room security deposit on arrival and is refundable on check out.
Please note that we no longer have car parking facilities available at the hotel. “Pay & Display” car parking is available in the street opposite the hotel. This is payable between the hours of 7am & 7pm Monday – Saturday. Please read the signs on the street regarding payment as hotel cannot be held responsible if cars are clamped or removed for illegal parking.
There is also a multi-storey car park at St Stephens Green (Royal College of Surgeons). We have an agreed overnight rate at present of €4.70 from 5pm until 11am and €3.00 for every hour thereafter.
Please check with the car park for rates and applicable times.
The Russell Court's central location means it is a perfect base to explore all the sites that Dublin has to offer. First of all, the main shopping district of Grafton Street, which includes the Stephen's Green and Powerscourt Centres, is a 5 minute stroll away.
A further 10 minutes will take you to Trinity College, College Green and then on to O'Connell Street. If you are not interested in walking far, you can relax in St. Stephen's Green park and, from there, there are numerous tour buses from which you can take in all the sites of the city, such as the Guinness Brewery, Kilmainham, Phoenix Park and the Georgian architecture of Merrion Square.
Our 42 bedrooms are tastefully furnished and offer a superb standard of comfort. For that special occasion why not request one of our suites for the ultimate in elegance and luxury.
This elegant and luxurious 2 storey cottage is located at the rear of the hotel. It is available to book for groups of 6-8 people. There are 4 bedrooms in the cottage, 2 single rooms and 2 double/twin rooms and 2 modern bathrooms. Available to rent on a basic self catering basis, the cottage is equipped with a kitchen and laundry room. Perfect for long stays or equally comfortable for a short break.
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Exc.: 4.6/5Jane - Wakefield, UNITED KINGDOM - 07/07/2008
I thought the Hotel was lovely and reflected the feel of old , historic Dublin ; ideally located central to all amenities and sight seeing . I enjoyed my stay there and thought the staff were lovely , all of them , that includes the informative and friendly Taxi service used by the hotel . I will stay there again and hopefully all works going on at the rear of the hotel will be completed by then . I enjoyed my time in Dublin and this was made all the more comfortable by the hotel.
Good: 3.1/5Colette - Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM - 07/01/2008
As a group of 40 plus women away for a weekend we were initially worried about how busy the hotel was but after a few (very expensive) drinks we just joined in with the late nights! Hotel is very nice but be prepared for the noise at night, earplugs were provided so not to bad. Staff were very friendly and it was a great base.
Good: 2.9/5Mark - Redditch, UNITED KINGDOM - 06/21/2008
Our first impression of Russell Court Hotel was good. The reception area was very elegant and the receptionist was very pleasant and helpful. The room was clean but very small and you have to be a contortionist to use the bathroom! We complained that the hairdryer didn't work, and although they promised to get it sorted, they didn't. The bed was very comfortable, but sleeping was another issue because we were above the main entrance at the front of the hotel. This meant that you had noise from trams that run past the hotel, and noise from people turning out from Dicey's (the hotel's garden bar) up until around 1.00am (midweek - could go on later at weekend). We had had a drink in Dicey's, which cost eight euros for two half pints of Guinness! At 06.30am the draymen arrived to collect empty beer barrels and deliver new ones; the noise was horrendous and lasted around 15-20 minutes.
Breakfast was really good!
Exc.: 5/5Rachael - wallsend, UNITED KINGDOM - 01/13/2008
We went to Dublin for one night on a girlie trip, we arrived at the hotel to be amazed by the friendly staff and fantastic decor.
We did read reviews stating that the noise was unbearable however we visited when the clubs were shut during the week therefore enjoyed a nice peaceful sleep.
Staff were very helpful couldnt fault them at all, our room was big, with lots of room for more than three people as we had a triple room.
V. Good: 4.3/5Colette - Oldham, UNITED KINGDOM - 12/24/2007
Stayed at this hotel from 19th Dec - 21 Dec 07. We have no complaints at all about this hotel, the staff were fantastic, the rooms were cosy and the food was lovely. However, if you do not like music after 10pm then the Rusell Court is not for you. We will return to Russell Court again it was perfect for us and the location is beautiful.
Average: 2.3/5Kuljit - goodmayes, UNITED KINGDOM - 10/22/2007
Seems like a nice place at first, good location, nice old building, until you look beneath the surface. Broken locks and furniture, hideous stains on the beds (although not the sheets thankfully) & thats not the worst of it. The worst is the noise, not from the club (as that is only open on weekends) but the staff start cluttering about (loudly) at about 0700, not what you need after a night on the town.
Good: 2.8/5Nicholas - Canterbury, UNITED KINGDOM - 09/11/2007
We have stayed here twice. On the first occasion we were there during hallowe'en with the attendant party. On the second occasion we booked for two nights which were supposed to be night club free (the hotel boasts of two night clubs). Unfortunately we were put in a room overlooking one of them on a night which in fact did have a club night, which was not very customer friendly. We were given ear plugs to help which were OK but not entirely successful. In fact the hotel advertises complementary ear plugs - We wonder why?
Good: 2.6/5Lisa - nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM - 08/02/2007
A perfect hotel for a loud weekend if thats what you are looking for. Would not recommend if you like to sleep! The 2 night clubs attatched to the hotel are popular with tourists and locals alike with music and partying continuing until 5.30am.
The hotel is 10 minutes away from plenty of shops,bars and restaurants so not much walking required.
The hotel itself is fine for the ammount charged although some repair is needed - the staircase is in particular need of attention (i did notice someone else had reported this in a review previously)
Day time staff were helpful but found that evening staff were less so.
All in all a good hotel for a party weekend. You get what you pay for.