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52 Middle Abbey Street, D1 Dublin, Ireland – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Suit Press
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Until 12:00 PM
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Score from 1566 reviews Very good
In central Dublin, this stylish hotel overlooks the River Liffey and is just a 10-minute walk from the 3Arena, Convention Centre and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.
Score from 908 reviews Very good
In the heart of Dublin, Sky Backpackers provides budget hostel accommodations with free high-speed Wi-Fi and regular live music. Temple Bar and O'Connell Street are just a 5-minute walk away.
Score from 516 reviews Very good
The location of this hotels fantastic. Really brilliant for everywhere I needed to get to over my 4 night stay here. The lady who works behind reception is very friendly and helpful.
The hotel is very noisy. I did not get a good nights sleep once. Constant music booming till early hours and my room was not cleaned once. I would not stay here again. If you do not plan to get much sleep during your stay then it is perfect as the location is just great.
The free drinks we received in apology for terrible service and awful rooms.
the room was riddled with mould & damp. The mattresses were wafer thin, as were the pillows. The bathroom was filthy. The furniture was damaged. The front door of the 'hotel' was damaged and sticks badly.....why not repair it??? The worst hotel I have ever seen.
Beds were very clean and comfortable. Hot water available all day. Clean towels.
No heating despite being told that it would be on at 6pm. We had to have a portable heater as it was very cold. No bulb in the lamp, so we had to sit in the full glare of the main light. The hotel wouldn't lend us a pair of scissors. We flew to Dublin, so couldn't carry a pair of scissors with us. My sister was told to come down early for breakfast (as we ran the Marathon), all that was out was a box of Rice Krispies, not the Continental Breakfast advertised for 5 Euros. No 'on' switch on the television, so you had to push your finger into the set itself to be able to switch it on and no remote control. Main traffic carpeted areas were very dirty. Hairdryer nozzle held on with sellotape and was not very powerful.
Close to city centre and shopping area. The room is quiet, we had enough space.
Bed was too old and worn out so it was very uncomforatable to sleep on it. Old equipment in bathroom. Entrance corridor was too small and with ugly decoration. No lift.
Close to the center of the city, near many shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Friendly, responsive staff.
Felt the cigarette smell from the neighboring rooms.
The room was clean, location was amazing and the staff were all polite and friendly.
All the stairs but they can't help that.
The abbey hotel is in a great location near to lots of Dublin attractions and shops, staff were friendly, had a few drinks in the bar hotel which was great and they wasnt too expensive also had a lovely three course meal one night at the hotel restaurant area, food was nice.
The room wasn't the best, we had damp all over the one wall, the room was a great size but looked uncared for, we had a problem with the room keycards because they wouldn't work and let us in the room all the time so I had to go own four flights of stairs to reception and then they programmed them again, the lift was out of order so it was a nightmare running up and down the stairs.
The lady at the desk was nice and the bathroom was clean. Dublin was easy to tour on foot from this hotel.
Hard to find. Parking cost us the cost of the room and we got locked out of the parking garage and couldn't get to our car. They should tell you these things when you park in the garage right across from the hotel. The room for three person included a cot. A cot is not a bed. It collapses and is not comfortable. There was no room to move around the room or to put our luggage. Carrying all our luggage up 5 flights of stairs was horrible. No security. People from the restaurant next door could walk right into our stairwell. Worst hotel we stayed in during our ten day trip! Also, no wifi!!! This is huge when you have flight and car reservations to check and confirm!
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