Great hotel and location (bedroom was quiet noisy but it is in Temple Bar so hence not complaining about it) Great breakfast too
Very convenient downtown location, very friendly staff
Absolutely beautiful!! The staff are friendly & helpful. The room was huge & had every amenity needed.
The people were awesome and the hotel was clean, centrally located, and quiet. The breakfast was really good.
It is a good price and good location.staff are very friendly.
The Accommodation was basic but very clean , good wifi and communal kitchen. Close to the luas line, suoermarket nearby also ....would reccomend
Excellent location. Helpful staff. Adequate price.
Beautiful location - the tv was a little annoying it has a multi-step process to turn it on LOL....everything else was really phenominal!
The room we stayed in was great. Clean and comfortable with a modern flare. Unfortunately the surrounding area is under a ton of construction and was incredibly noisy. Had I known about the construction I would have booked elsewhere. “The Point” where it is located is pretty far from the main hub ...
At the heart of the emerald isles, Dublin is the heart beat of the country and a true bucket list location. Whether you’re looking for a romantic break, visiting on business or just ready to explore what it has to offer, this cosmopolitan city will keep you on your toes while overloading on history, culture, music and architecture and pure charm.Fancy making a holiday out of it? Check our packages on flights and hotels for Dublin.
The city centre is incredibly popular with vacationers and therefore offers a vast selection of accommodation options to match every taste, budget and occasion.
If you’re looking for some higher quality hotels, both The Shelbourne Dublin and the InterContinental Dublin will provide you a luxurious stay. To save a little, the Portobello Hotel sits above a bar and restaurant and is a great location to start your Dublin adventure from.
Dublin is an action packed city that isn’t short of places to explore, both on and off the beaten track. The Guinness Store House and Old Jameson Distillery are well documented on the top lists of attractions and worth crossing off your list. Also the National Gallery of Ireland and National Museum of Ireland-Archaeology will give you a taste of the history and culture of the country.
If you’re lucky to be there during an Irish rugby match, find a local pub to soak up the Irish atmosphere while enjoying some pub grub and a pint. There is no better way to enjoy a sunny afternoon than wandering around the National Botanic Gardens, enjoying the green surroundings.
Dublin is famous across the world for the energetic buzz of its pubs with live music filling every corner and Guinness on tap. The Temple Bar area will live up to all your expectations, offering a bohemian experience, mixing art, culinary delights and entertainment. This is the ideal place to enjoy a pint while chatting to the locals along the cobblestone streets.