Housed in two listed Georgian townhouses, offering city centre location facing the Dublin Spire, at the heart of Dublin main thoroughfare, O'Connell Street , and just a five minutes walk from the bustling Temple Bar Quater.
The rooms are traditional in design and classically elegant. All are in good condition and have telephone lines and data ports, and tea and coffee-making facilities as standard. Please note that triple rooms have one double and one single bed and are therefore not really suitable for same-sex parties.
Lynams is home to the Cafe Carlo Italian restaurant, which serves Room service is available from 07.30 am to 10.00 pm daily, and residents can benefit from the 24-hour residents bar, enjoying drinks in the relaxed surroundings of the O'Connell room.
Originally two Georgian townhouses, which became the headquarters of the Royal Bank. An ornate facade was added in Victorian times. Traditional and elegant.
The lobby area is small and intimate and stylish.
A small, intimate, boutique hotel with an excellent location.
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4 out of 5
Ideal location right in the middle of O Connell st. ...
I booked this room very last minute and my decision was based solely on the price. I then read some reviews before making my way to the hotel and was afraid of what I was going to be met with( their were some terrible reviews about bedbugs).
I emailed reception an hour before arriving and requested the quietest room possible and tea making facilities as I am pregnant.
When I got to the hotel I was greeted by a lovely girl in reception who said she got my email and was providing me with a room to the back if the hotel.
For city centre it was a quiet room, you could just here a fan outside and the room was lovely and warm. The sheets ant towels were all brilliantly white and the bed was comfy. The bathroom could not be faulted what's so ever. No sign of any bed bugs and I had a great nights sleep.
All in all it's a fine no frills hotel. Might be a but stuffy during warmer months but perfect for a January wintery night