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All reviews library bar exchequer street great location first floor dublin castle trinity college light sleeper bring earplugs bars and restaurants the heart of the city full irish breakfast fallon nightlife
Hotel is good. Can’t really fault it. Rooms was clean and spacious. We had the triple but it had 4 beds in it. Pleasant room. Nice hotel etc BUT........the noise from the street outside and the taxis beeping was dreadful! Went on till about 5...More
This was my first trip to Dublin and I wanted a central location where I could walk around and explore the city. This hotel was near the Temple Bar area but didn't have the noise or bustle of being in the middle of it. It...More
Date of stay: April 2018
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Response from Tabitha M, Reception at The Central HotelResponded 1 August 2018
Thank you for taking the time to leave such a lovely review of The Central Hotel on Trip Advisor.
We are very proud of our central location in Dublin and I am glad to read that you found it good for exploring our...More
I only write reviews if something is REALLY good or really bad. This hotel is REALLY BAD. The only good thing I can say about the hotel is that the location is excellent, The Library Bar is great and the staff were helpful.
Stayed for one night recently. Ironically the rooms were in better condition to some common areas of the hotel. Room had everything you could want bar an iron set. Water and tea coffee were provided. Bathroom was pretty standard but the water pressure in the...More
The location can't be faulted: right in the centre of town. But it's a hotel that's showing its age. The green glasswork outside looks good, but the floors are uneven, the floorboards creak, the lift is falling apart and it's very hard to regulate temperature...More
The hotel is in Dublin city centre, close to the bars, restaurants and shops. It mixes traditional charm with modern comforts, such as free Wi-Fi and en suite rooms. The Central Hotel is less than 500 metres from …Morethe bars and restaurants of Temple Bar and the shops of Grafton Street. Dublin Castle, Trinity College and Christ Church Cathedral are all a short walk away. The Central Hotel was built in 1887. The award-winning Library Bar is a great place to relax with a drink. The Exchequer offers beers, wines, cocktails and fresh, local food. The en suite rooms have TVs, telephones, hairdryers and tea/coffee. Hotel Rooms: 70. Less
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