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This was the cheapest hotel that I could find for the dates that I was in Dublin. I don't have any complaints regarding the interior of the room: it was clean. The bathroom was older, but functional, and the sink had separate faucets for hot...More
We were allocated room 305 at the back of the hotel and were subject to loud music on Friday and Saturday night from a neighbouring outdoor club called The House. The music lasted from 11.30 to 3 a.m. My wife and I were unable to...More
Location is fantastic. Staff were lovely. However the room on the first floor had a very strong stench of damp when we arrived which we couldn't get rid of. Lots of damp marks on the ceiling. Room otherwise was fine. Nothing special but clean. Shower...More
This hotel was pretty cheap compared to other hotels in the city of Dublin. It's small, in a residential area, with a bus stop close by and several shops to get breakfast and snacks at all within the block. The staff were very nice. There...More
Needed a hotel/inn for coldplay concert and saw leeson inn on booking.com for just under €200 for 1 night the fotos looked good and felt that for the price it must be good. The reality was a dirty hole damp walls black spot all over...More
US$52 - US$211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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'The hotel is not directly near any bars or pubs'???? Claire S please ignore those comments above as that particular person doesn't know what their talking about. This hotel is on Lesson Street. It is a 90-second walk to... More
'The hotel is not directly near any bars or pubs'???? Claire S please ignore those comments above as that particular person doesn't know what their talking about. This hotel is on Lesson Street. It is a 90-second walk to Hartigan's Pub and even less to the new Stone Leaf bar/café/restaurant - both are on the same road as hotel. If you walk towards the canal (a massive 3-minute walk at most) you're almost at O'Brien's pub, located on Sussex Street. And if you walked with purpose, you'd be at the top of Grafton Street in less than 10 minutes. Altneratively, cross the road and walk down Lr Pembroke Street and you'll be at O'Donoghue's and Doheny's & Nesbit's bars, also in less than 10 minutes. In times past, the Dubliners made their name in O'Donoghue's, and it's famous for session (traditional) Irish music.
Yes the review was me and my husband stay in May . This b&b is so bad it's dirty and smelly and I have put photos of my room on the review have a look . I would never ever stay again. The bathroom was so bad with dirt and... More
Yes the review was me and my husband stay in May . This b&b is so bad it's dirty and smelly and I have put photos of my room on the review have a look . I would never ever stay again. The bathroom was so bad with dirt and smelly I wouldn't even take a shower 😧 . Sorry but stay away many more nice b&b around the same area
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"Don't get a room that faces north-west, it is very loud at night from a nearby club."