Add to your phone
Citywest hotel, hot or not?
What is Citywest hotel
Citywest is the complete resort offering superb facilities for conference and leisure visitors including 1,314 hotel rooms, suites and self-contained suites, lively bars and restaurants, a state of the art leisure centre and two superb Christy O’Connor Jnr designed golf courses.
Highly rated nearby
Dublin | Dublin Castle | Dublin Zoo | Guinness Store House | Ha'penny Bridge | Kilmainham Gaol | Maynooth | St. Stephen's Green | Temple Bar
About Citywest hotel elsewhere
"The winners were:- 1995 Eric Bristow & Dennis Priestley beat Keith Deller & Jamie Harvey 14-9 (in Ayr) 1996 Phil Taylor & Bob Anderson beat Chris Mason & Steve Raw 18-15 (at the Willows Variety Centre, Salford) 1997 Raymond van Barneveld & Roland Scholten beat Rod Harrington and Richie Burnett 18-15 (at Butlin's South Coast World, Bognor Regis) ."
"Phil Taylor , Raymond van Barneveld , James Wade , Terry Jenkins and Peter Manley all looked assured of a place -but a good run at this tournament for any number of players could have stole the last guaranteed place in the league."
About Citywest hotel
About places near Citywest hotel
miian from Finland wrote about Donnybrook Hall 4 years, 6 months ago
Very clean, great service & breakfast (the hosts will make almost anything for you). Also a good location; doesn't take long to get to the city but there are also pubs (naturally) and restaurants near by. Rooms can get a bit cold (we stayed in February) but you don't spend that much time there anyway ;) Our tactic was to take a quick, hot shower and then run into bed right away.
And yes, this is in IRELAND, not in States but don't know how to delete the image from there - guess I'm not so good with maps, sorry...!
miian from Finland wrote about Kilmainham Gaol 4 years, 6 months ago
I tought that Kilmainham Gaol was an interesting place. I really recommend it to anyone who wants to learn something about the history of Ireland or just see an old, exciting place. The tours are guided and I have to say that our guide, an older, very convincing man, was excellent in his job. The tour started with a lecture about Irelands history and the story of the Kilmainham Gaol. After that we went to see the old cells and scary corridors. There is also a museum that you can visit after the tour. Tickets to the Kilmainham were only 2,10 € per student!
tilkkuliini from Finland wrote about Dublin Airport 4 years, 5 months ago
You can find these claire's shops around the whole Dublin, and ofcourse you have to visit every one of them :D claire's sells affordable accesories and the place is every girls dream. Why I'm tipping this in the Airport? If you had no time on your trip to visit the shops in Dublin city, this is your last chance :D Also I found the best offers from the airports shop.
tilkkuliini from Finland wrote about Four Courts 4 years, 4 months ago
The Four Courts buildings are really impressive. It makes you feel you have done something wrong :D There were plenty of business looking men and women running around and several people with black gowns on them. I'm not that familiar with buildings's history. Maybe someone else can tell more about that?
brianwhelan from Ireland wrote about Dublin 3 years, 4 months ago
A great way to plan your Dublin / Ireland trip is to look before you visit. There's a travel Ireland website to let you do just this called Look Around Ireland http://www.lookaroundireland.com
It has 360 degree video views of all counties in Ireland.
I am going to Dublin soon with a group of friends, one of whom is really paranoid about missing his flight and thus wants to stay right by the airport. I have reservations about that but can anyone advise me if any of these are actually any good - I hate reading electronic reviews as they might just be false!
I confirm this is my personal service account. By uploading pictures from service to TripSay, I grant TripSay the right to publish the images I have uploaded.
Loading pictures, please wait ...