Dublin, Ireland Reciprocal Club – St. Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club

9, St. Stephens Green
Dublin 2  

Tel: (353) 1-677-4744
Fax: (353) 1-677-4202
Overnight Accommodations: Yes
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3 Responses to Dublin, Ireland Reciprocal Club – St. Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club

  1. Jordan Bradley says:

    I stayed at the Hibernian Club in Dublin, Ireland after seeing that it was a reciprocal club of the Marines Memorial Club. Ideally situated at St. Stephens Green in a pricey part of the City, the lower daily rate is attractive. However, the facilities left much to be desired in the way of deferred maintenance and a limited staff was noted. If you don’t mind the flusher working only once an hour or so….
    If the Marines Memorial Club was like the Hibernian, I would not want to be a member.

  2. Robert Sloncen says:

    The location was wonderful, but we were highly disappointed with our accommodations. The staff was friendly, the dining room suitable though lacking in service, but our room was the real problem. The upkeep, quality of bedding, lighting and wardrobe were less than acceptable. Banging on pipes outside our window before sunup was the clincher. After one night, we moved to The Hilton Hotel.

  3. Thomas McGowan says:

    I stayed at the Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club for four nights in mid-May 2012. The location and rates are excellent for a visit to Dublin. The front Club rooms provide views of the Green and the art hung on the Green fence for sale. The room size of my single was very comfortable with a small ensuite bathroom with sink, toilet, and shower. The bathroom was small, but comparable to other places I’ve stayed in this neighborhood. In fact, the room size for a single was much better than I’ve encountered in guest houses in this area. The Club is a historic club, and while there may be some chipped paint on moldings, it is serviceable and even has an aura of past elegance that is attractive in Dublin. The staff was very helpful: when I came by at 0930, hoping to drop off my luggage, the front desk manager sent me up to the reading room to hook into the wifi, and ten minutes later she told me my room was ready, a wonderful surprise for an American arriving on an early morning flight. I ate breakfasts in the nicely furnished dining room with large windows and views of the Green, and had one pub meal and a beer in the Member’s Bar. There was a fire in the fireplace, and one other member, a woman, ate at another table. I wish I had taken more meals in the Club. I didn’t have dinner in the dining room, but the menu and atmosphere are quite attractive. This isn’t the MMC in San Francisco, but it does offer a comfortable (and, in fact, historic) setting in Dublin. There was a tad noise from Saturday night celebrators waiting for cabs at the stand across the street, but probably the back garden rooms are quiet, and I found the view of the artists setting up their work on the Green fence in the morning to compensate for some slight noise drifting up that night. I’d definitely go back again. The Club offers a taste of Dublin most American tourists miss.

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