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Jurys Inn

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Jurys Inn

Just booked to go to dublin and staying at Jursy Inn parnell street. Bit worried about the reviews and was wondering if its ok or should we cancel and book somewhere else. Also can anyone recommend any restaurants etc which arent too expensive.

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We've stayed in Jury's Inn Parnell Street a number of times (the most recent being in June) and never had any problems. It's pretty much a bog standard Jury's Inn - new build, budget friendly, generally fairly characterless but clean and comfortable, and good value for money (on our last visit we paid just €59 for a double room on a Friday night). The rooms are a good size, as are the bathrooms and the room we had had been recently refurbished. There's a bar and a restaurant on the first floor. Another attraction for the budget-conscious is that the rooms sleep three adults comfortably (one double bed and one sofabed).

Jury's Parnell Street is in a very central location just off the top of O'Connell Street, Dublin's main street and is very handy for all of the airport transfer options. This previous thread has details:

tripadvisor.ie/ShowTopic-g186605-i90-k337325…

If your rate doesn't include breakfast, then we'd recommend giving the hotel breakfast a miss and crossing the street to either the Kingfisher Restaurant (one of the best breakfasts in Dublin and very popular with locals) or if you fancy something a bit lighter than the full Irish, the friendly In Cahoots cafe next door to the Kingfisher (they're under the same ownership).

http://www.kingfisherdublin.com/

For restaurants, check out the Top Questions about Dublin section and click on 'Where can I eat in Dublin?' for recommendations for restaurants to suit a range of budgets and tastes. The biggest concentration is in the south city centre - Jury's Parnell Street is in the north city centre but the south city centre is only about 10 minutes' walk away on the other side of the River Liffey. In the north city centre, also about 10 mins walk from Jury's Parnell Street, there's Dublin's 'Italian Quarter', otherwise known as Blooms Lane where you'll find a good selection of good value restaurants and cafes in a pedestrianised street with some outdoor seating. You'll find maps in the Top Questions about Dublin section.

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I really wouldn't worry, we have stayed there numerous times, the main attraction for us being that it is one of the few hotels in Dublin that have family rooms for 4. We have never had any problems whatsoever, but as the previous poster mentioned, we always go across the road to the Kingfisher for breakfast if it isn't included in the room tariff.

You will be fine, it is an excellent central position for the city centre and for $59 is a bargain.

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