In the heart of the Dublin city centre. The hotel is located on Lord Edward Street. It is opposite Dublin Castle and adjacent to the Temple Bar district.
The rooms vary in size, the majority being medium, and all have en-suite bathrooms with full facilities, including direct-dial telephone, tea/coffee-making facilities, hair dryer and satellite television. The rooms are decorated in reds, blues and greens and are in good condition.
The hotel restaurant is situated on the lower ground floor and serves only breakfast. There is also a bar which serves meals throughout the day, including traditional Irish dishes.
It is a traditional, elegant Edwardian building, with an attractive main entrance.
The lobby is large, with a marble floor. The décor is bright and there is plenty of seating.
A pleasant hotel, with an excellent location and within easy walking distance of
the main shopping district and major attractions.
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Hotel was ok but room was right on the roadside with traffic constantly moving. Breakfast was up to 10.30 but make sure and get there by 10 as from 10.20 onwards there was little or nothing to be had and they just seemed like they wanted to finish up and get us out.
3 out of 5
Not worth the money charged. The room was small and ...
Not worth the money charged. The room was small and very shabby. There was just a trickle of cold water coming from the shower and you had to wriggle the kettle cord for it to boil. We did report issues to the front desk only to be told that we should come back when it's refurbished. Not good enough and we wouldn't stay again.