An hotel well located and with nice staff. Very close to historical monuments, restaurants and leisure areas. However, given its location, it's a little noisy. The building is old and needs some improvement, but overall we liked it very much and recommend it.
Spent 3 nights there, as I needed to be near the rendez-vous point for day trips, departing literally 2 minutes of walk away. Greatest points: the building, the location, and staff, who are so helpful and amicable! Main disappointment: unfortunately, of the 4 body towels provided, only one wasn't stained or dirtied by bits of an unknown substance. I put all three on the floor to have them changed at the making up of my room, I got dirty ones again. Were they the same? I wouldn't know. I also expected the room to be cleaned at each making up: the bathroom certainly was, the bedroom, I know for sure it wasn't vacuumed. The vacuum thing is not so important. However, the (lack of) cleanliness of the towels really made me conscious and worried about what was clean and what wasn't, unfortunately, hence the mitigated experience I had here.…
The experience in Dublin Citi Hotel is fantastic. The room is is good size, bathroom is very clean. The old style of the furniture gives me imagination of Irish history. I just love them. One of the paintings in Chinese one, with Chinese ancient language, in which I can read most words. It’s very impressive. Staff are very welcome and so helpful. I would like to go back again.Alive music every day is on in bar. Great atmosphere every day at bar. Breakfast is testy, more choices. Location is perfect, From there, you can go everywhere in downtown, just walking distance. However I would like to see the carpet change In room because it has a bit old smell. Even though I still would like to go back there again.
Good for one-night stay. Walkable to pretty much all of city center, great food & drinks in the pub, friendly staff. Understand the building is old and impossible to make structural changes, but the rooms need a refresh. No A/C, windows don’t open, mist of our party didn’t even have a floor fan, so very difficult to sleep. Showers need updating, too.
We stayed for a concert (one night). Can not fault location! We came home late after a few drinks so noise was non existent. Bed extremely comfortable!!!. Room is dated, underwhelming and extremely small, the side of bath was coming off when we walked in, lift took ages. Breakfast was unsatisfactory we had to pay extra for full Irish. Overall not a comfortable hotel nor luxurious definitely more suitable for a short stay.
Gizelle at the front desk was very welcoming. The breakfast included was fantastic. My only complaint would be is that there wasn't any A/C. The noise was loud at night but that is expected when you stay in the heart of Temple Bar. Ear plugs were provided. Absolutely would come back. Thanks!
We loved our stay here, even though it was a bit pricey for a mid-level hotel. When we entered the small lobby, the young reception clerk, Guzel, was so sweetly and genuinely welcoming that we immediately felt at home. She informed us that, because we had booked directly with the hotel, we were rewarded with free continental breakfast, which was really good already, but which we could upgrade to a bigger meal for an additional fee. Breakfast is held in the pub, a large room with lots of character. The breakfast staff was friendly and helpful. The location near Temple Bar was great: a couple of blocks from the Irish Rock and Roll Museum (which is near a nice Saturday outdoor market), the Viking Museum, and loads of coffee houses, pubs, and restaurants offering every type of food you could crave. If visiting Dublin, do not miss the excellent Irish Emigration Museum (EPIC) on the other side of the river.…
Location was good and people were nice, however the hotel is pretty run down and needs updating and better windows. We could hear everything - even with ear plugs and layering pillows, it was so noisy - pubs, music, street noise - if you want to sleep before 1 am, don’t stay here. Rooms and bathrooms were so small. Room was hot, even with a fan and we couldn’t keep the windows open.
My friend and I enjoyed our stay at this hotel! Close to Temple Bar, so we were able to walk everywhere. The price was fairly reasonable and the room was clean. I would stay here again if I ever get to visit Dublin again.
The hotel is centrally located and an easy walk to just about everything anyone would want to see in Dublin. The pub below had a great atmosphere at night and wasn't an issue when we were ready to go to sleep. The beds were comfortable and the reception staff were very accommodating to our needs, especially since we arrived at 9:00 am and check in wasn't until 4:00 pm.