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Small hotel, with a cozy room. Requested a room on top floor since the hotel had a busy bar and restaurant. And that worked out well for me, being early to bed, early to rise. Busy bar sounds did not bother me. And believe me....More
Stayed here for one night recently whilst working at Amazon office which is about 500 metres away across the road. Stayed in a room on the second floor and room was comfortable and quite spacious, bed comfortable bathroom functional. Had a good nights sleep, bar...More
I have visited this hotel multiple times in the evenings and at night. I enjoy it for a few quiet drinks early on in the evening around 7-9pm and it gets busier from about 10pm onwards. It is well located beside the canal and a...More
Stayed here last month. Staff were nice but the food was awful. The steak sandwich was terrible not even steak! The burger was the most greasiest Iv ever seen we didn’t go near breakfast! Room was fine, clean and not expensive, nothing fancy.
This hotel had very helpful staff. It was maybe a 10-15 min walk to downtown. There were a lot of bars and restaurants near by including under the hotel which did cause some noise at night. Parking was available on the street but you have...More
Response from AnneLincolnuk | Reviewed this property |
Hi - I lived in this area for a number of years so therefore know the area very well . - To answer your question - no its not far. You can cross the road and get a bus if you want or if you walk down about 10 minutes it... More
Hi - I lived in this area for a number of years so therefore know the area very well . - To answer your question - no its not far. You can cross the road and get a bus if you want or if you walk down about 10 minutes it brings you to Stephens Green (a lovely city centre park) and Grafton Street which is a lovely shopping area . A few more minutes walk (passing Trinity College) and you reach Temple Bar which is good for nightlife. A further few minutes and you reach O'Connell street (Henry street is off this and is also good for shopping) . Just ask the receptionist to point you in the right direction. Hopes this helps (ps the opposite direction from hotel brings you to a nice little area called Rathmines - it has some nice places to eat and also some good pubs. - Its only about 3 minutes walk from this hotel - again ask to be pointed in the right direction. Another tip - if you are arriving in Dublin airport - don't get a taxi to Portobello as it will be very expensive Instead go to tourist information desk and they will tell you where to buy bus tickets in airport and which bus to get outside airport to get you here. You will have to get 2 busses but it really is very easy and easy on your pocket too (you can also buy a return bus ticket to get you back to airport) Hope you have a lovely time