I have spent two nights at this hotel. The room was very clean and comfortable. The staff very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was very good with a variety of choices. Only a couple of gripes prevent the five star rating. Firstly there was no milk provided in the room so I had to ask at reception, who them poured me some into a plastic cup, fortunately there is a mini bar fridge in the room to keep it fresh. Secondly the coffee was not very hot even though kept on a hot plate. Other than the minor gripes the room itself was well presented with a nice king sized bed and a nice shower room with bidet, sink, toilet and shower. There was soap, shampoo/body wash and shower cap provided. Over all not a bad stay at all. Location was a little strange with no parking near to it. There is a McDonald's round the corner and some bars and restaurants near by. Transport links are not bad with bus and metro just down the road. My colleague cut his finger during the day, as part of the work we were carrying out, and the lady at the reception desk went and got a first aid kit and put a couple of plasters on for him. Out of the hotel and turn right, up the top of the road and turn left and just along about and there is an Irish bar, great beer, not so good food, we found the meat very tuff. But it was worth the walk for a Guinness :)
The room I stayed in was on the forth floor, at the front of the building and came with the added bonus of a balcony,.don't expect a sea view or anything though as the hotel is away from the sea up a one way street with buildings surrounding it.
When it was time to leave the reception desk ordered me a taxi for the airport, it arrived in a matter of seconds, it cost €21 to get to the airport which was only five minutes away. It was a Sunday morning whether that effects prices. less