Even before we traveled the staff were only too happy to answer my questions via email and advised us the best way to get to the hotel. I only wish they'd told me the bus took an hour and a a half! On arrival we left our luggage at the desk as we couldn't check in until 3pm (it was 9:00am) and the very helpful lady on Reception marked on a map the easiest way to get into town and suggested some local attractions we may want to visit whilst in Dublin. I only regret not taking note of her name, she was really helpful and friendly.
When we finally checked in the room was quite comfortable and decorated in a 'boutique' style as advertised, I think it kept in with the character of the Georgian buildings in this part of town.
The hotel is located just down from Grafton street, so is very close to town, we didn't mind walking everywhere but there's transport links close with the tram stopping right outside the hotel.
Breakfast was great, again very friendly staff and good food, the usual really, selection of fruit, pastries, meat and cheese, yoghurts, cereal etc. and a full Irish breakfast, my wife had pancakes both mornings and i opted for the scrambled eggs and Irish trout on our second day.
Two nights cost us 180 euros, with breakfast as well. Not too shabby as Dublin is expensive and the friendliness of the staff made our stay very enjoyable. I wouldn't hesitate to return there!
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