Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Dublin, Ireland

Also known as: D4 Ballsbride Inn, Jury's Inn Ballsbridge, Jurys Ballsbridge
  • Near the brand new Aviva Stadium
  • Great Value Option
  • Staff Pick

Hotel Description

Ballsbridge Hotel is just minutes from Dublin city centre and is conveniently located within walking distance of the Aviva Stadium and the RDS. Dublin Airport is also easily accessible via the Blue Air Coach which stops at the hotel entrance. The hotel boasts 392 spacious guest rooms and suites, many of which were refurbished in 2013. Breakfast is served in the relaxed ambience of Raglans Restaurant and The Dubliner Pub offers authentic Irish cuisine throughout the day and boasts live music at the weekends.

All rooms are non-smoking

Check-In Time is 3.00pm.

Ballsbridge Hotel Features

131 Classic Double Rooms

139 Classic Twin Rooms

51 Executive Double Rooms

40 Executive Twin Rooms

24-hour front desk

Express check-out available on request

Early check-in available on request

Laundry service

The Dubliner Pub

Coffee Dock


Gerrard’s Barber

Wakeup service

Direct dial telephone

Cable TV in all rooms

Non-Smoking Hotel

WIFI throughout the hotel (charges apply)

Secured parking

Wheelchair accessible rooms

Conference facilities that can cater for up to 850 guests

In-house events co-ordinator for weddings, conferences and private parties

The Dubliner Br: Established in 1963, The Dubliner Pub has built a reputation for authentic Irish pub grub and craic that draws in many eclectic locals, so you’ll be sure to experience first-hand the warmth and vitality that is synonymous with any visit to our fair city. With traditional music at the weekends and big screens for all the big games, the Dubliner is the place to enjoy the craic and lively banter into the early hours of the morning.

Breakfast in Raglans: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day according to the experts. You can enjoy yours in the tranquil ambiance of Raglans. Basking in natural daylight to help you kick start your day, you can choose between a large continental selection of freshly baked rolls, pastries, fruit, cereals and freshly squeezed juices or if you would prefer something more substantial, help yourself to our full Irish Breakfast buffet. Breakfast is served daily from 7am to 10:30am.

Coffee Dock: Universally praised as serving the best coffee in the city, our Coffee Dock, in the lobby of the Ballsbridge Hotel is an essential stop to set you up for the day. The wide variety of teas and coffees will match any mood, from the calming tones of a camomile tea to the energy burst of an Arabica Espresso.

Gerrard’s Barber Shop: In town for an important interview or just want to impress the ladies, then pop along to Gerrard’s Barber Shop just inside the door of the Ballsbridge Hotel. Established in 1972 and gaining in reputation since, you can treat yourself to a shave or a new look from a European Barber Championship gold medal winner.

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Area Information

The leafy suburb of Ballsbridge is a leisurely stroll from the main shopping area of Grafton Street, the business district and the leisurely parks of Herbert, Merrion and St Stephens Green. Surrounded by many of the city's finest restaurants and nightlife offers the perfect base for all your needs when visiting Dublin city.

Location: 1Km from the the RDS & 2Km from the city centre.
Parking: Large car park available with overnight parking for resident guests of the hotel. Car parking is available at a fee.
Transport: The Aircoach link from Dublin Airport stops at the front gate. A Taxi rank is situated at the hotel entrance, many bus services service the area on a regular basis. The Dart Rail service to Dublin city centre and Howth to the North and the seaside town of Bray to the south has a station 3 minutes from hotel, Lansdowne Road Station.
Our Customer stayed here in May 2018

We enjoyed our stay at the hotel but it was probably the worst ever view from hotel, room 3004. We were staying for 2 nights so a better view may have been appropriate and anticipated. The check in was excellent, room itself was very good and location very suitable for our needs. I needed a taxi for one day and the advice to wait outside as there was one there was not good. No marks for this as the taxi was originally empty and already booked. All told we would probably return but would also have expected breakfast for the rate we paid for two nights. Room for improvement.

Rating: 3/5
3 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in April 2018

Got a lovely room. Complimentary water with a great view from 7th floor. Good breakfast. Great value in heart of D4

Rating: 5/5
5 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in November 2017

I find that when I book the hotel through I get a very comfortable room.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in July 2017

Room could do with painting. Very disappointed with staff in the bar, very unprofessional, too busy talking among themselves than doing the job they are there for.

Rating: 4/5
4 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in June 2017

Absolutely beautiful bedroom and bathroom. Most comfortable beds and a pleasure to sleep in them. Best sleep for a long time! Evening meal was outstanding of roast duck and my friend had trout. She's still talking about her wonderful stay there. Breakfast was the best of any hotel I've stayed in and I've stayed in many. Very pleasant and helpful staff.

Rating: 5/5
5 out of 5
Our Customer stayed here in January 2017

I stayed on the 8th floor. Rooms and furniture in particular are tired. I booked room only as it was over priced to begin with so I can't comment on food. Hotel seems very busy similar to a bus station I felt. Dublin prices too expensive for what you get. In fairness the reception staff were nice and helpful so thumbs up for them. I won't be staying again.

Rating: 2/5
2 out of 5