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24-Hour Front Desk
Romanian, French, English
From 2:00 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 8 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 30 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Only a 5 minute walk from Temple Bar in central Dublin, The Charles Stewart offers spacious rooms with private bathrooms with shower, free Wi-Fi, and full Irish breakfasts in a charming Georgian style...
Score from 2827 reviews Good
In central Dublin, the family-run Gate Hotel is just off O’Connell Street and 5 minutes from fantastic shopping at Henry Street.
Score from 887 reviews Good
In a Georgian building, the Abbott Lodge Guesthouse is just over a quarter mile from Connolly Street Station. It offers affordable rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a 24-hour front desk.
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In the center of Dublin, The Glen Guesthouse provides spacious rooms with private bathrooms and showers. Some rooms have balconies and Connolly Station is just a 5-minute walk away.
Score from 679 reviews Good
Good food Everything was very very very clean
Building needs renovation
Friendly staff, excellent location in the city centre are the main advantages. "You get what you paid for" could be the motto, as you only get the strict minimum.
Only the bathroom was a bit too small. Fortunately, I'm not too big to enter the shower.
The location was convenient and the staff were good at keeping the place clean. Pretty much everything else sucked however.
I asked for a quiet room and got the noisiest in the place (right by the front door - buzzers all night). No clothes hangers - I ended up going out and buying some. TV was broken and they gave me a remote for it even though it was a push-button (non-remote) TV. Noisy. Cigarette smoke and other smells wafting in all the time. Full Irish Breakfast wasn't a full Irish breakfast in any sense of the word.
Felt like a hostel, no tea making facility, shower didn't drain , leaking ceiling , no lock on bedroom door !! Fighting in the place , husband had to sit all 1night with feet on door as no lock and fighting occurring staff not interested and hostile, sockets hanging off walls no bedside cabinets , the list is endless, very disappointed guest.
We were booked into one hotel, but we're moved to a sister property on arrival. No problem with that. Room was quiet, clean, simple and enquire not exceptional but perfectly pleasant.
It was all fine no major problems, but I can't report on the Avondale as we were in the Glen.
special thanks to Havier who was a big help during our stay.
Good and generous breakfast, good bed, central position,
Luggage in front of our door ( but only our rooms), Tv remote controle doesn't work and can't be fixed
Walking distance to the center, and cheap.
Needs new windows as its on a busy road it's hard to sleep as its so noisy. Tiles loose in bathroom. Lots of Staines on ceiling etc. it could be so much better if they spent some money on it.
Proximity to the bus station and city centre
Everything else. Especially the plumbing in the room with private bathroom, which was not working properly. Had to use rubish bin to flush the toilet. Unacceptable!
Heat in the room wasn't on even when it was raining badly and heat would've being needed
Location and breakfast was good
The place is run down and poorly organised. The place is run down and badly needs an update. Toilet facilities are in between floors so you need to manage stairs to go to the loo. Water pressure on the top floor was low and kept going off altogether.
Loved the room, we where sent to a sister B&B up the street from the Avondale and got a room with a balcony for me a smoker this was a great advantage.
We where told at check in that breakfast was until 11am we went down at 10:15 and where informed by staff that breakfast was over, however the staff did get us toast, tea and orange juice as we where clearly frustrated! This is clearly a case in lack of commutation.
Very eazy to get around good locstion
The sheets on bed had fag burns on them outher then that the room was very clean Also the heating was on andcno way to turn it down in room i had to wake up and open the windown in middle of the nite
Room was filled with the bed.Too tiny shower, toilet.No table/ bed side drawer atleast to keep wallet, wrist watch or hand phone.As per definition, it is bed & BREAkFAST only.
Beds! Just terrible to wake up to the rest of it..
The room we got was totally diff from the pics. A room in the basement, smelling urin outside in the hall (from toilet next to the door). The walls literally falling apart inside the room, with big cracks getting bigger everytime you close the door. The door being "naked" with no place to leave the clothes, other than floor. Nice view from window to big pile of trash in backyard. Hospitality among staff was totally absent, and they often being rude. Shower in another floor. Been travelling a lot, but this is worst ever!
Location is fair
Room was dirty - there was dried blood (!) on our bedsheets. Coming in at nighttime an older gentleman 'greeted' us at reception by scowling and barking 'where are you staying' at us. There are much better places up and down this same street for similar prices. Would not stay here ever again
The location was great, breakfast was served quickly if a little small.
Our room (travelling with a child) was opposite the reception & next to the main road. It was noisy & we had lots of disturbance. The mattresses were dirty, old & really uncomfortable.The room was dirty & the Tv didn't work properly. No Irish staff was a pity. We won't go there again.
Price, comfy bed, polite staff, breakfast, wifi, location
O'Shea's Pub across the street saved this place from being a total disaster.
Small room, stuffy odor, too expensive and the breakfast was inedible except for the eggs, toast and coffee, which was minimally passable.
Location is great.
Very cold in room, toilet didnt work properly, last day of stay there was no light in toilet and staff couldnt fix the problem. Terrible smell in dining room from fried food - all your clothes start smell it. No wifi in rooms
The price, for what is a hostel charging hotel prices.
Good irish breakfast, quiet place, comfortable bed
Really small single room, shower with very thin water
Close to downtown, breakfast was good, staff was pleasant. The hotel across the street had music every night that was good
Street noise, the room had a leak when it rained
great location, cheap rate, clean enough, good breakfast, great for a weekend away in dublin!
very basic, communal toilets, firm bed
The reception people were very helpful and the room was basic but small but clean. The breakfast staff were very good and the food was plenty for a big person, The railway and bus terminal were very close and the city centre was close.
Stars were steep and some of the common areas were a bit knocked about
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