The room we stayed in (310) was dated and dirty. We stayed for only one night. Our room was on the third floor facing the street. There were two single and one full beds in the room. Much to my dismay, I noticed (after napping on them) that my pillows had large brown stains on the cases and deep into the pillows. Clearly they had never been changed from the last person that stayed in the room. The lid to the toilet seat was not attached and fell off when we tried to use it. There was obvious dirt on the carpet, especially by the walls. The telephone had years of caked on filth. There is no air conditioning. The hotel is in the Temple Bar area, so the street is noisy. If you open the window to get air, you can't sleep because of the noise. The WiFi does not work in the room. The hotel should invest in some WiFi extenders. You have to go to the bar or lobby to get connected.
I complained about the pillow because I was upset that I had already taken a nap on it before I realized it was dirty. Yuck! The night manager tried to be kind and comped us breakfast the next morning. It's your basic greasy hotel fare. I didn't like the breakfast, but I did appreciate his efforts to make me happy. All in all, this hotel is inexpensive compared to some, but you will be sacrificing cleanliness, WiFi and airconditioning in the process. In my opinion, this hotel needs updating and a good cleaning!