The Talbot Hotel Stillorgan

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Hotel Information

Date of Inspection: 9th October 2015

Talbot Hotel Stillorgan is one of Dublin’s premier 4 star Failte Ireland and Automobile Association (AA) rated hotels. In 2010, 2011 & 2012 Talbot Hotel Stillorgan was awarded the Optimus Service Excellence Award from Failte Ireland. We enjoy the perfect location on the N11 and close to the M50 with a 10-minute direct route to Dublin City Centre, Grafton Street and St. Stephens Green making us perfect when looking for Dublin Hotels. For driving directions to Talbot Hotel Stillorgan from Dublin Airport, view our location & directions page or take the Aircoach bus which stops directly outside the hotel on the N11.
Each of the 150 air conditioned hotel bedrooms are relaxed and inviting and offer everything that you would expect from a four star hotel including complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection*, 24 hour room service, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press/iron, hairdryer, telephone, work desk area with reading lamps, luxurious en- suite marble bathrooms and any extras that you may request to surprise a friend or business colleague. *terms & conditions apply
Our beautiful courtyard can be found in the heart of Talbot Hotel Stillorgan and is the perfect enclosure for a quiet coffee break or an intimate chat.

Car Park
Hotel Entrance
Dining Room and Lounge
Staff Training
Evacuation Procedures
There Are

Price per Room

There Are
Car Park Spaces

with wheelchair

Price Per Room

Of which
Are Disabled Spaces

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Has the Hotel its own car park?

If yes, total number of parking bays:

Total number of disabled parking bays:

Is the car park supervised 24/7?
Yes, by CCTV

The entrance is via Standard Door with 1-inch step and revolving door.

From the entrance to the reception desk is that on the same level? Fairly much you come through a long but wonderful corridor from the car park straight to reception

Do you employ a Porter on a full time basis?

What is the width of Bedroom and Bathroom Doors?
Bathroom Door: 30″

Is there sufficient space within the Bedroom for a person in a manual or motorised wheelchair to move around with ease?

Are there socket points within easy reach?

Is it possible for a wheelchair user to open and close windows and window curtains?
Yes, with some difficulty however staff are always willing to help

Is the Room Temperature Control Switch at a suitable height? Yes

Are the tea/coffee facilities at a suitable height?

Is the shower head at a fixed level or can it be adjusted?
Can be adjusted

Is there a shower chair in the shower? If so, is it (a) fixed or (b) portable?
Shower seat is fixed

Is the shower seat at an angle or level?

Are there grab rails at both sides of the shower seat?

It there an alarm cord fitted in the bathroom. If so, is it checked on a regular basis?
Yes, it is checked regularly

Is the Bathroom mirror at a suitable height?

Are their grab rails at both sides of the toilet?

At what level is the toilet from the floor?

Is there easy and suitable access to the wash hand basin?

What is the door width for the Dining Room and also the Lounge/Bar area?
28 inches but they are double doors so plenty of room with both open

Is assistance provided to people with mobility impairments?
As a matter of course

Is floor service provided?

Is disability awareness incorporated in all staff training programmes?
What are your procedures to evacuate disabled people from the hotel in the event of an emergency?
Procedures are posted in all bedrooms
  • Address:
    Stillorgan, Co. Dublin

  • Phone Number:
    01 200 1800

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