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Everything about this hotel was so thoughtful and wonderful . There was not one thing they didn’t think of, including hiring the most amazing and kind people you could ever imagine on staff. In the short time we were there, we unfortunately had a situation (not with the hotel) where we needed a great deal of help. It felt like the front desk staff was a home away from home, bending over backwards to help us, and just to be as kind as possible. I don’t think they will ever understand how much their kindness meant to us.
Stayed in one of the newer suites. Beautiful and well appointed room (rain-head shower is everything!). The room was large by European standards and small (but comfortable) for a suite by American standards. The staff was AMAZING!!! Very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was delicious for an extra 15 euros. Great location in Temple Bar and was able to walk to many of the historic sites like Dublin Castle, Christ Church, Trinity College; plus the hop on hop off buses stop almost in front of the hotel.
The front desk reception and breakfast wait-staff people were extremely friendly and helpful. It is a gorgeous Georgian era townhouse that has been renovated to modern standards. The location is a relatively quiet street within a short walk to Grafton Street, Trinity College, and the Temple Bar area. The included breakfast was quite generous with plenty of food and coffee/tea options. The value was quite good for the quality of the stay. I would definitely stay there again.
My daughter attends Trinity College and she had several cafes for us to try for breakfast (breakfast was not included at this hotel but we knew this in advance). Staff was lovely, rooms were very eco friendly, well decorated and very quiet. We are both light sleepers and slept very soundly. The room did not have a window with a view and was frosted for privacy, but we still enjoyed the light that came through and the sounds of birds chirping.
Location is excellent, and there is no match for the price in the same area. Better than hostels for having a locked room (with a shared bathroom, but that was not a problem); the room is pretty small but has a bed, desk, closet and shelves, so everything you need, and everything is clean. My room was in a lovely building covered in ivy and with a view towards the street.
Beautifully decorated hotel. We had a family room which was very large for European standards. The breakfast was great and beautifully seared. Staff was accommodating- helping us carry our luggage to our room as well as booking us a taxi for the morning we left to the airport.
The only problem we really had with the hotel was the price we paid. It was older and the room was really small by US standards. Just make sure you set your expectations for an older hotel in a working class part of town.
We travelled up to the Dublin Horse and it was only a short walk to the RDS which was ideal.The staff were so friendly and helpful. The beds so comfy and the breakfast was fab. Will definitely return and highly recommend.
Location was right by Trinity College. Hotel had nice finishes but our room was tiny. This might be the norm in a European capital city, but by American standards, it was small. Breakfast was excellent.
Common areas, discount cards to attractions, nice neighborhood.