The K Club is a 5-star hotel located in Straffan, Ireland and is surrounded by 550 acres of countryside and is near a river bank. The hotel’s elegant setting includes free parking and two golf courses.
The rooms are nicely furnished with views of the hotel’s grounds and Liffey River. All the rooms offer a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, and a private bathroom with slippers and bathrobes.
The hotel offers a K Spa with indoor pool, hot tubs, and treatment areas to relax in. There is also a hair salon and 10 meeting rooms.
The Byerley Turk and The River Room offer an elegant and traditional dining setting while The K Thai offers Thai cuisine. The Vintage Crop serves various drinks.
The K Club is about 30-minutes from central Dublin and the airport. The hotel hosts various outdoor activities including fishing and horseback riding.
The hotel’s outer gardens and property are an elegant touch to the 18th Century architectural feel. The grounds are well-kept and orderly which made for a tranquil surrounding. Guests enjoyed breakfast and golf sessions with grand views of the garden and
Special Staff Helped for Relaxing Stay.
The staff in the hotel, restaurant, and golf area were all mentioned to be very accommodating yet not intrusive. Guests were made to feel welcomed and treated as equals in a classic and dignified setting. Staff is warm and friendly which made for a lovely
Excellent and Elegant Amenities.
Rooms and bathrooms are seen as spacious, clean, and elegantly decorated by many guests who felt their bed was comfortable and details were not ignored. Whether it was the dining presentation or the outside grounds, the hotel made a good impression.
Overpriced Restaurant for Service.
Some guests experienced a less than average dining venture in the hotel. Even though some had booked ahead of time, the wait time was prolonged for food service even though the restaurant was not full. The food was not up to par and the staff’s service as
Lack of Unique Character.
The hotel’s overall look and recent architecture made it feel soulless. The setting sometimes lacked many guests and therefore those who were there felt isolated from the world. Some guests actually found the interior design in need of renovation. For the
Non-existent Internet Service.
The Internet connection for some guests was rather lacking a decent connection to surf the web and other normal tasks. It was quite inconvenient to find a slow and not working in the rooms but only in the lobby. This service should be openly available and