This is an excellent boutique hotel, with a preference for modern contemporary design. Don't go here if you are looking for a traditional Irish Hotel; this is modern, chic and luxurious.
This is a modern and elegant building.
The rooms are medium in size, on average, and are in exceptional condition. All rooms are decorated in contemporary style, enriched with designer pieces, creating a sense of understated luxury.
10 Fleet Street Restaurant & Bar is situated on the ground floor, adjacent to the lobby. It is modern in style, with slate tiled floors. Breakfast is buffet style, and is well cooked and of good quality.
The small-sized lobby is decorated in a very modern, minimalist style, with subtle colour schemes and stylish simplicity.
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The hotel is situated in central Dublin, in the heart of famous Temple Bar! It is within walking distance of restaurants, cinemas, theatres, shops and galleries in Temple bar and Grafton Street. A fantastic location!
Hotel decor and style is fantastic very luxurious. Hotel was also very clean to a very high standard. Rooms were decorated to a high standard. Perfect for a couples getaway/city break. Not really geared or marketed to children although I'm sure are very welcome. Staff were very polite and helpful extremely nice to deal with. Finally location of the hotel is perfect and central to all city centre activities.
5 out of 5
This hotel is a great place to stay convenient to ...
This hotel is a great place to stay convenient to shops and pubs. Hotel is very high standard beds so comfy, great shower and great space in room. Staff are so friendly from the reception to housekeeping. Nice to have staff say hallo when you meet them in corridors and else where. Could not wait to tell my friends about this fab hotel. Will definitely be staying in the Morgan Hotel again. Enjoy my stay.
5 out of 5
was here for business hotel beautiful and the staff were ...