A little extra luxury
These rooms are stylishly and tastefully finished with comfortable queen size beds, crisp cotton sheets, sumptuous duvets and dreamy pillows ensuring you have a great night’s sleep. These rooms can sleep up to two persons and feature a double and single or two single beds, blackout curtains, and a spacious work desk.
The boutique styled deluxe twin bedrooms offer everything you need for a comfortable stay in the atmospheric Temple Bar locality of Dublin City. These rooms are perfect for groups of friends or couples to explore the heart of Dublin or to visit all the bars and restaurants in the centre of the Capital which are within walking distance of the hotel.
24 hour room service is available from Café 1920 if you have fancy a nice meal or refreshing cocktail. A refreshment tray is set with tea, coffee and hot chocolate plus complimentary bottled water awaits your arrival.
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Don't just take our word for it:
Had a great time here. The hotel is on the edge of Temple Bar The few minutes walk to shops at O’Connell Street and Grafton Street. You can walk to Dublin Castle and the University. The staff were very friendly and helpful and let us in early and provided us with everything we needed. The breakfast was excellent. Lots of choice. Room had everything we needed and if anything was too warm. Would recommend staying here.
Reviewed by jebuc Nov 2021
Mid week visit with my friend -staying in lovely twin room on 2nd floor - very nice breakfast and friendly staff -nicely decorated for Christmas.reception area is lovely to relax and have a drink by the fire.good vibe around Dublin -,it is nice to be back
Reviewed by Bridget M Nov 2021
We had a one night stay. It is a fabulous hotel in a perfect location. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful and the breakfast was delicious. Very clean and the rooms a very nice. Have stayed before and never any complaints and will definately stay again 👌.
Niamh S wrote a review Oct 2021