This elegant Georgian-style hotel enjoys a convenient location in Dublin's city centre, just minutes from the city's cultural attractions such as O'Connell Street, Temple Bar, Croke Park and the Dublin Writers Museum. Visitors might shop in the city centre with its charming boutiques, stroll through one of the many green parks or along the River Liffey, or visit Dublin's most famous attraction, the Guinness Storehouse.
The hotel's charming guest rooms are all en suite with warm duvets and richly coloured accents. Each room boasts a tea and coffee tray and complimentary Wi-Fi for guest use. Guests can dine in one of two hotel restaurants, The Castle Vaults, set in an original 19th-century wine cellar or the Old Music Shop, set in a stylish Georgian Room overlooking Findlater's striking 19th Century Church. Enjoy a full Irish breakfast or vegetarian breakfast which is served complimentary on each day of your stay. The hotel bar provides satisfying Irish wheat beers and traditional live Irish music around the weekends.
The hotel has its own gym and secure private car park. The 747 Airlink airport shuttle stops just 1 minute walk away, making this the perfect place to spend a holiday in Dublin.
In the City
Distance to airport 10km (DUB)
Address: 0035318746949, Gardiner Row/Great Denmark Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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Went there for festive afternoon tea before Christmas. Lovely cosy and festive setting. Friendly staff and delicious food. An escape from the world for a couple of hours in an historic Dublin hotel. I would recommend a visit here
The location is brilliant but that is all this Hotel has going for it.
First of all, I stayed at this Hotel during the latest COVID restrictions so can appreciate it is a difficult time for a lot of people within Hospitality but the experience I had was genuinely horrible and has nothing to do with COVID.
First of all, there was a loud noise (similar to a washing machine constantly going) above the room I was staying in which made it extremely difficult to sleep, every night I was there. Only on the last night when I asked the reception staff to come over and listen to the noise for themselves did they allow me to move to another room just to sleep.
My breakfast order was wrong on every day and late twice and over an hour and a half one day.
The worst part of the whole experience is when I tried to highlight my concerns and experience with the Manager Yvonne.
I reported all my issues to a lovely lady (the only member of staff who seemed to care and genuinely listen) on reception when I was checking out who advised that Yvonne would be in contact.
This did not happen and despite being promised on 3 occasions that Yvonne would be in touch since I have checked out I've not heard anything. It feels like now that they have taken my money they do not care. I have since tried to contact Yvonne via calls and over email but she has refused to come back to me.
If I was you I would save your money and go Somewhere else.
Been here a few times ... 1st time stay over .,. Room was comfortable and spotless ... food was lovely ... had lunch and Christmas dinner ... our waiter Trevor . Went above and beyond for us .... breakfast Was excellent ... will definitely go back to this jem and tell all my friends about it .,.