Enjoyed a nice couple of days in Dublin. Toured the city using the hop-on-hop-off bus to get a feel for the place then spent time eating drinking and shopping in the Temple Bar and Henry St areas. Loved Murray's Bar on O'Connell St for its food and music.
Mike from Rainham, Kent, UK
Located in Dublin's International Financial Services Center, the hotel is 200 meters from the Custom House, 500 meters from …More
Stayed here 13th to 15th October. Room 357. Wifi worked all the time which was important , managed to watch a football game on ipad via Skygo so the free wifi was good enough for that.
Room was lovely, shower easy to use and powerful.
Only negative about the room was that it didn't have any blinds or net curtain and sinc eour window overlooked other rooms then you either had to keep curtains closed or you couldn't really walk about in your room in anything other than fully clothed.
Hotel location was very good, one minute walk from the top of O'Connell St. Lidl round the corner and Tesco across the road for supplies.
Bobby from Motherwell
Within a 5-minute walk of Henry Street shops and the James Joyce Centre, Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street is less than 1 km …More
We booked the executive room on the top floor. The hotel is right across the street from Christ Church Cathedral and Dublina. The Airlink 737 bus stops are around the corner. It takes you directly to Dublin's airport. 10euros round trip. Temple bar is only minutes away on foot. Some people may complaint about the bell from the church. But the hotel has double windows to block the noise. Hey. This is a city. The noise and excitement is part of the experience. Like many other European's hotels , there was no Air conditioning . But it was fairly cool when we visited in mid October. I would stay here again . The staffs were fantastic.
nystorms from Rhode Island
In the heart of Dublin, this hotel is within a 2-minute walk of Christ Church Cathedral and Dublin Castle. St Stephen's Green …More