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Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 2.70 per hour.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Bed was to short. Cleanliness
No lift and it didn't say when booking 86 steps / stairs to the bedroom. The ceiling light looked like it was going to fall down. Shower door couldn't open because it was tight against sink so couldn't reach taps unless standing in shower and water was freezing. Asked at reception if we could get a cup of tea on first night which we were told there was a kettle and cups and milk behind reception but after we had tea made we discovered milk was solid in the jug it was so sour
Every member of the staff helped to make my stay great.The hotel is very clean and comfortable. I was on my own and felt treated like family. I would recommend Barry's Hotel to anyone June June
The period interior & the original features
- Communal areas were limited & not at all like the photos unless we missed an area. - Smell of smoke in my bedroom. - The light fitting in the room was almost falling from the ceiling & the paint was peeling all around it. - Damp & mould stains on the ceiling. - no tea or coffee facilities in the room. - 1 working tv channel
Good location. I had a room at the top floor on a corner and therefore was silent (this is not always the case). Is a decent place to spend the night, probably won't regret If you are a solo traveler.
Old bathroom, fairly clean but heating and light did not work. Shower gives a thin water stream. Tv has 9 channels. Only wifi in the ground floor. Rooms are ready mostly at 3pm If there was a guest before.
Privacy of own bathroom Quiet location but close to city centre (only a 10 minute walk) Great value for money
Room smelt of smoke when we first arrived TV did not work and staff weren't great at helping to fix it.
Nearness to centre city and Croke Park
No bar...a bit dark and forbidding on entering.No buzz about the place.
I've been here for three nights in August with my boyfriend. The staff was nice and helpul, the room was clean and not to small.
The bathroom was really too small!!
Close to Town Centre and amenities but quiet side road. Short walk to airbus stop (airport) and local bus services
Bed was comfy. Staff were very helpful.
No bar facility. No tv in bar area Hotel reception was empty No toiletries in room No coffee, tea or water in room. Tv ancient & very small with no remote Toilet & room need a revamp urgently
This hotel room was a joke..
Did u c my video.bathroom was unreal nobody has done any maintance in this place in 5 years.Disgrace
We liked the quietness
No kettle or hairdryer in room. Hotel needs to be painted on outside
staff very polite
having to carry my bag up so many stairs .no lift.
facilities are poor and decor is dated
Convenient location, reasonable rates.
No wifi in rooms, no lift (long hike to the top floors).
I liked the location of the hotel and the price of the room. Room was clean and beds were comfortable.
Water pipes were very loud, found it hard to sleep, shower basin randomly filled with water from somewhere else. Also was disappointed there was no tea/coffee facilities in the room.
Easy access to small park , Hospitals and resturants.
Away from city center shopping area.
Tiny bath, unhelpful staff, no ice or refrigerator.
Room was not ready. Tried to change room. Hotel was locked. No help with bags. No lifts . No wi-fi even though they said it was. I booked out early and got refund
There was a lot of noise with building work nearby very early the next morning and there wasn't even a kettle in the room to have tea.we paid up front the night we arrived but they still took some money off my card and when I rang up they said it was just verifying my card and I would get my money back which I still have not received. Guests were very noisy and we had little to no sleep with it been so noisy.I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
Close proximity to City Centre's major artery, O'Connell Street, but quiet. Small friendly hotel, moderately priced compared to other hotels in Dublin. Clean room, comfortable bed, fresh towels every day.
Continental breakfast was not included in the price and felt pricey at 5 euros pp. No elevator, so older people should be aware of the climb to reach a room on 2nd floor which is for Americans the 3rd floor, i.e. 60+ steps up.
Hotel in good position, and quite cheap for visiting Dublin.
Not well cleaned bathrooms
The location is ideal for shopping. Good value for money. Breakfast was good.
The facilities were not great. There was no tea/coffee making facilities in the room. No hair-dryer in the room. The bath panel was hanging off (not secure on the bath). The bin in the bathroom had not been emptied. One of the bedside lamps was not working. Only one of the two sockets in the room was working. Area around light fitting on the ceiling was unpainted. Toasters weren't working probably at breakfast. No bar facilities, although pictures on this site suggest there is a bar.
Bed was comfortable
Reminded me of the hotel in the film the shining. Room door hanging off when open, advertised price was €76, upon arrival only room available was €89.
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