Guest Reviews

  • Great Hotel would stay here again.
  • excellent 4 of 5 starsReviewed 15 July 2012 pleasant staff !! clean good size rooms! good breakfast but could do with a bigger faster toaster i would stay here again!
  • Good quality for the price 5 of 5 starsReviewed 5 June 2012 My partner and I stayed here for three nights (our second visit). Very helpful & friendly staff. Really comfortable beds and clean, attractive rooms with everything you would expect. It was quiet when we stayed so we were given a choice of rooms, which was nice. Excellent breakfast. Plenty of visitor attractions nearby; Powerscourt, Kilruddery House etc. Will be back!
  • Comfortable Hotel on outskirts of Bray 5 of 5 starsReviewed 5 June 2012 Stayed in the Wilton Hotel on Saturday 2nd. I found it excellent value for money. Well appointed bedroom, good shower, comfortable bedding, spotlessly clean. Check in was efficient and smooth. The highlight for me was their breakfast, they had a great selection of product, juices, cereals,breads,fruits and a good cooked breakfast. Well done to all the team at the Wilton.
  • Very nice hotel, good location from Dublin Airport 5 of 5 starsReviewed 31 May 2012 I stayed here overnight whilst attending a wedding. I flew into dublin airport and got the AirCoach ( from right outside the terminal to right outside the hotel. The stop is listed as the Ramada Hotel, Bray, which was the hotels former name.
    Room was nice and tidy, but was a little disappointed by the lack of an alarm clock. Not that it was an issue as I had my own, but I have never seen one missing before. I asked for a wake up call, which was never received, but again, my alarm went off, but that could have been a hassle.
    Front of house were very kind and helpful. The bar is ok. Never really tried their food.
  • Happy enough 4 of 5 starsReviewed 17 May 2012 Stayed one night for evening meal, B&B. Situated just out of town, good parking. Staff friendly, rooms of decent size with tea/coffee, fridge on request and old style tv! Evening meal was plentiful and reasonable. Car useful as Bray is good 10-15min walk. Good selection at breakfast which was self service, but half the dining room was closed off meaning people having to sit at uncleared tables, then looking for cutlery/cups etc. Staff otherwise were friendly and helpful. Good value.
  • Back again 4 of 5 starsReviewed 11 May 2012 Have stayed previously but nothing has changed other than the name. Staff all very friendly and accommodation comfortable with excellent quality beds - so important for a good nights sleep. Bathroom fine but miss the bottled shampoo and bar of soap - hate the liquid stuff!
    A comment(rather than criticism) the TV in my room on the ground floor was very old and there was a very limited choice of channels. It would be nice if this could be updated to even the freeview channels with a modern flat screen unit. Not that important in the overall mix.
    Would thoroughly recommend this hotel which offers very good value for money.
  • Worth a visit 4 of 5 starsReviewed 4 May 2012 We stayed for one night last month and found this to be a very good hotel. The hotel was clean and comfortable, the real assets here are the hotel staff all of whom were both friendly and helpful.There is a good selection available in the continental breakfast, though we had the Full Irish which was very good, The Wilton is well worth a visit.
  • Business stay, one night only. 5 of 5 starsReviewed 28 April 2012 I recently stayed here again. I stay once every month or so on business. Changed the name! Quite catchy. Plenty of car parking close to the main door. Reception was friendly and service quick. The room was very comfortable and the bathroom adequite, although I don't like liquid soap. Decided on a room service dinner, which arrived quickly and remained hot! The free Wi-Fi was excellent and a strong signal. I had a very good quiet night's sleep to prepare for a long day next day. The price of room and food was very fair and acceptable. An excellent overall package. Close to motorways and such.
  • Once again we had a lovely time in the Ramada Hotel in Bray. The staff are friendly and helpful. The food is gorgeous, especially the buffet breakfast. Excellent service at a great price.
    Rated 5/5 on Nov 23 2011 by Maire Bonner
  • by leon on Apr 26 2011 We had a fantastic time in Bray last weekend
    Hotel was excellant, really good breakfast
    room was excellant, very big, we had a family room that had great facilities

  • by Shero on Jul 11 2011 We had a great stay .
    The staff were very nice and very friendly, nothing was a problem to them.
    The food was really good.
    The Family Room was nice and big and spacious.
    We have booked The Hotel for next Monday 18 July.
    Kevin Sherwin,
    Co. Meath.

  • by dolores & Anne Marie naughton on Mar 11 2011 The Room was spacious, lovely breakfast and dinner and the staff were very friedly. Would definately recommend the hotel and would stay there again

  • by A Kane on Feb 17 2011 very good food value and service. A little far out of town. Friendly helpful staff and lovely food.

  • Very friendly and efficient service, demonstrated a genuine desire to make guests as welcome and as comfortable as possible, would definitely return and recommend.

  • We go to Bray quite often and normally stay elsewhere.This time,however,we got a great deal at the Ramada and decided to have a change.I was so glad we did.
    We booked a family room for 2 nights.The room was huge!! There was a double bed.2 singles and we had a baby cot too.There was a "sitting room" area beside the floor to ceiling windows with a sofa.Even with all this,the room was still very spacious,with plenty of room for our pram and (if required)another pull out bed.The decor was modern and spotlessly clean.Free WiFi was available.There was a DVD player and a childrens selection of DVD`s on the corridor on the 2nd floor.Tea & coffee facilites were in the room and our coffee,tea and sugar supply topped up each day.The bathroom was clean,bright and spacious with a very big mirror and plenty of hot water.When the windows were open,there was noise from the nearby road but not a lot.While the windows reach the floor,they only open at the top so are completely safe for young children.The staff were very welcoming and helpful and brilliant with the kids.A mistake on my bill was rectified immediately and we were supplied with information about the local area.The breakfast buffet was brilliant.We weren`t charged for the children as they are under 5.The dining room was modern and airy.Table were cleared quickly and we didn`t have to wait for one.As well as pastries,cereals,fruit,juices,selection of breads ,there was also a delicious hot buffet .You could also have take away cups and take a coffee outside.High-chairs were readily available.
    The hotel is situated about a mile from Bray itself in a much quieter location than the town.It is within driving distance of many attractions and the beautiful Wicklow mountains.The lobby has a bar,big screen TV and plenty of tables.Parking is free.2 staff members,Jessica and Johnathan were a credit to this hotel and nothing was too much trouble and they chatted to my children,even giving them lollipops.When a hotel welcomes children,it gets a big thumbs up from me.
    This will be our hotel of choice for future trips and we will definately be returning soon. Stayed April 2011, traveled with family

  • From the minute we arrived (early for check in which caused no hassle) we were greeted and treated so well. Each member of staff were extremely helpful and friendly nothing was too much trouble. The kids were even supplied wit DVDs and colouring packs. The food was excellent and the room was large and very comfortable. Overall the best hotel stay in a while made so by friendly staff and welcome for children. Thank you we will return soon Stayed April 2011.

  • As I was travelling from the UK, I did not arrive at the hotel until midnight. The porter had everything ready for me to check in easily and get to bed quickly. The room was lovely and great value for money. He also let me put my room service request for breakfast on my door after the time allocated. One of the nicest and friendliest hotels I have stayed in in Ireland. I travel over quite a lot with work. Stayed April 2011, traveled on business

  • Stayed 2 nights on a special offer. Had very spacious family room with 2 double beds and a single. Spotlessly clean and quiet, very comfortable, window definitely not draughty. Excellent service-the fridge, DVD player and single bed were not in the room as advertised when we arrived but the very helpful receptionist sorted it all very rapidly without any fuss. Ideal for Bray and Greystones and surrounding area. Couldn't really fault it and would highly recommend, especially at 129 euros for 2 nights. Stayed April 2011

  • Stayed overnight on a business trip for an early meeting nearby the next morning. The room was surprisingly large with a full size old fashioned desk & executive style office chair as well as the usual dresser for the TV etc.
    I've given the rooms 4/5 as most of the plug sockets including beside the bed are round 3 pin not rectangular 3 pin; luckily I had a European travel adapter in my bag which worked as a converter meaning I could charge my phone on the bedside locker. Stayed March 2011, traveled on business

  • Travelled with friends for long weekend.
    Excellent value and service, nothing too much trouble for staff.
    Ideal to see more than just Dublin. Stayed March 2011, traveled with friends

  • Room was excellent (although shower was a little ineffective), very spacious and comfortable.
    Only downside was the noise of other doors opening and shutting in the mornings Stayed March 2011

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Wicklow Activities

  • Golf: Bray Golf Club tel: +353 1 2763200 Powerscourt Golf Club: tel: Tel: +353 1 2046033 Over 20 more PGA championship Golf Courses are within 15km of all three hotels

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