This was a two night stay and conveniently located to Bunratty Folk Village and Castle. The room was an average size and comfortable. It was a bit warm when we checked in so I asked for a fan and was surprised to learn the hotel had air conditioning, which was a nice surprise. The staff were friendly but not as personable as when staying in the smaller villages around Ireland. The only hiccups with our stay is that this hotel is used for tour groups and that can be a bit hectic if you are trying to leave the hotel when a bus arrives. Also, the fire alarm went off on the first night we were there. Some guests were outside and others just ignored it. When I asked about it as it was still going off (I came out to the lobby in my pj's), I was told it was not working properly and waved off. I finally went back to my room. Nothing was said about it the next day, and I found that strange. Overall, this was a nice and convenient place to stay. The breakfast was okay, not much of a selection, but it is likely I got there after the tour group had been through.