The 4* Trinity Capital enjoys an enviable location in Dublin city for the business of leisure traveller, just a few minutes stroll from Grafton Street and situated beside the iconic Trinity College. The Temple Bar district is just a 5 minute walk away and there is a DART Station at Tara Street just a one minute walk from the hotel.
The stylish superior rooms are decorated in rich colours and walnut wood fittings. Rooms include laptop safes, full-length mirrors and bathrooms with baths, power showers and fluffy towels. There is complimentary Wifi and some rooms have panoramic city views.
The open-plan Cafe Cairo restaurant has huge floor-to-ceiling windows and serves light lunches and coffees during the day. There is an evening dinner menu and a heated outdoor terrace area. There are several opulently furnished lounges in the hotel for guests to relax in.
The Trinity City Hotel is a chic amalgamation of a number of different historically interesting buildings on Dublin?s Pearse Street, where the first buildings on the site were constructed in the early 1800s. Some of the hotel?s rooms are in the listed Georgian building element of the property, the Georgian Suites, with the elegant proportions of Dublin?s most famous architectural style, high ceilings, and original coving and cornicing.
The lobby is amongst Dublin's finest and is a creative masterpiece. Middle Eastern and North African in design, the lobby is chic, luxurious and quite simply unique.
The Trinity Capital is a beautiful hotel mixing period details with extravagant decor in its rich bedrooms and bar/restaurant. It is a uniquely stylish property offering contemporary comfort, whilst still retaining the great character of the Georgian buildings it occupies. Situated in the heart of one of Dublin?s most famous areas, it has recently been renovated and is an excellent choice for visitors looking to discover the city?s many interesting sites. (GW 02/2014)
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11 kms to the nearest airport (dublin airport)
10 minute walk to the nearest metro station (pier street)
2 km to the nearest station (connolly/heuston)
1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
2 km to the nearest fair site (r.d.s)
Location Central, Grafton Street, St Stephens Green
I do not recommend using the Valet Service of this hotel as an Item was stolen from my car while the keys and car were under their responsibility. I was informed there was nothing they could do. Although the cost of the loss was €149, it was the principle and the way in which the hotel handled the issue that has put me off this complete hotel group.
1 out of 5
The Trinity City Hotel is aiming for a sophisticated 'boutique' ...
The Trinity City Hotel is aiming for a sophisticated 'boutique' feel - and succeeds in some areas. Staff are well trained and courteous. The lobby and bar areas are reasonably spacious and well presented. There is quite a nice ambience to the bar area - certainly a pleasant spot for a drink. We stayed in a 'Standard King Room'. It was a very 'standard' King Room. The Bathroom was tiny. The Shower enclosure was the smallest I have ever come across. The shower door was broken (off a runner). The desk lamp didn't work. The air conditioning / heating was very noisy - and heating wasn't particularly responsive. I mentioned the shower door and desk lamp to reception. The desk lamp wasn't fixed. Neither was the shower door - but we did get a box of chocolates and an apology. At least that's something. Breakfast was the standard buffet affair - but quality probably better than average. Location is not bad (round the back of Trinity College) so a short walk to Grafton Street and Temple Bar etc. I stay in London quite a bit - so I think I can make a reasonable comparison to what you might get for your money in the centre of London. After conversion to Sterling (at today's advantageous rate) I paid £120 for B&B. That amount of money will get me a room in the Crowne Plaza or Hotel Indigo in Kensington. The quality of room at the Trinity City Hotel doesn't compare well to those brands. All in all I would say its worth 3 stars. The room was a very disappointing '2 stars' and, at the price, was not good value for money. But the staff were pleasant and service quite good (4 Star) - so I even that out to a '3 Star' Rating.
3 out of 5
The rooms were clean and roomy. The staff was very ...
The rooms were clean and roomy. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We did get stuck in the elevator and were late attending a major event on our stay. The staff did help "free" us and we were thankful. We did end up using the stairs for the remainder of our stay.
4 out of 5
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Trinity ...
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Trinity City Hotel. The staff went out of their way to be helpful. The facilities are beautiful and well maintained: we loved the Art Deco décor! We were sad to leave such superb accommodations.
5 out of 5
Nice,clean with good service. Location was perfect.