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The Fleet Street Hotel
Ranked #60 of 151 Hotels in Dublin
Reviewed 26 October 2013

Our stay at the Fleet Street Hotel is just what we wanted...good location and fair price. This is definitely a "no frills" place to stay...very basic. We had two twin beds in our room and a private bathroom-that's about it. But it was clean and the staff was super friendly and helpful. As far as location goes, the Fleet Street is Prime. Everything Temple Bar has to offer is right outside their front door. That said, it can be a bit noisy at night, but we slept just fine. Dublin is a fairly easy city to navigate, so this is a great place to start out. I would stay here again, and recommend this place to family and friends.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 October 2013

I stayed there for one night. Hotel is in the temple bar area , but my rooms was not street facing , so perfect sleep night. rooms are small enough but comfortable with tea/coffee facilities , flat screen tv. Bathroom is nice, powerful shower.
ideal for people wishing to visit Dublin , partying in temple bar.
hotel booked through booking.com for only 75 euros.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 23 October 2013

I stayed here on two occasions. Once to begin my driving journey and once to end. It made a great hotel to begin and end my adventure in Ireland.

Arriving early did not seem to be a problem (appox. 8-9AM) for this hotel. Perhaps due to the time of year or the day. I'm well aware that this was a luxury to drop onto a bed after an evening flight from the States. They were very accommodating and friendly. All a flutter with where we were going and giving recommendations.

The room was simple. I can not comment on the price ratio because I bought it as part of a package. We (three traveling) were very comfortable. Pretty standard European room. Hair dryer in both rooms. Both times we were given inside rooms - while there is no view - it is very quite. In an area known for its partying; quite is what you want.

Our breakfast was included, it was simple yet all we needed. There is a small grocery store across the street for anything else we needed or ... forgot!

Parking. If you're driving (like us), there is a convenient parking garage very close to the hotel. However it comes with a price. If you park before 6pm, it will be 19 euros for 24 hours. That's with the hotel's discount. Take the ticket to the hotel for a stamp (this stamp will get you half off - what ever the price may be when you get there). If you park after 6pm it will be less, we paid 9 Euros/ with discount. If you are super, super lucky there are 3-4 FREE street parking spaces -- ONLY after 7pm until I believe 7am - you'll need to look at the sign. We parked there around 6:30 and baby-sat the car until 7 to make sure we didn't get a ticket. Just an fyi.

Over all. This hotel is in the hub-bub of the tourist area. Next to a TGI Fridays and close to the Hard Rock. If you ask the hotel, get them to point you to a carvery. The one suggested was very good. The Palace Bar next to the hotel is obviously a locals place - full of men. True to form and not to be missed if you stay at the hotel - if you'd like a real pub feel - however no food. If it's busy - know what you want to order pint/glass of beer or the staggering bottles of whiskey on the wall. It was a rare respite from the horrid tourist trap bars.

This was a great start and ending hotel. Oh, and they have an elevator. An odd one, but one nonetheless.

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  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 21 October 2013

A nice and very well located hotell for our long weekend trip to Dublin. Out the door and you are in the heart of the pub-district. Close to everything; nice local restaurants, pubs and shopping. Easy to recomend

Room Tip: No swimming pool or fitnes center
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  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 18 October 2013

Came up to Dublin to see a show Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical. excellent show well worth coming up for it. Checked into the hotel paid on arrival. Usually its the next morning, didn't mind that but found strange. We didn't have breakfast there as there are so many eateries around. We were told we got a triple room as we had booked a twin. we had a front room walk in wet room, very comfortable beds good flat screen TV. Lift was a bit of a bother every time you go into the lift and press your floor, it stops at the reception floor which is on the first floor. Only criticism. Great value room, great location very central. Slept well.

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  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

In a very trendy area of Dublin with lots going on and seemingly 24 hour entertainment! Once the noise of nightime revelry had died down at about 2am, the dustbin lorries started and then a car alarm - not a peaceful night's sleep. The hotel was dark and poky, apart from the colourful furnishings in the lobby area. Rooms very small, tiny shower and generally very basic for the high price paid. Breakfast was average and in a very small dining area which couldn't accommodate everyone meaning people were left waiting to sit down. Generally clean and the one person we saw on reception was friendly and helpful. No restaurant but a TGI Friday's on the ground floor which is open to the general public as well. Not recommended and not enjoyable!

Room Tip: Not sure if there is a quiet area of the hotel, all seemed very noisy!
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  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 12 October 2013

This hotel has a great location in temple bar in the centre of dublin. I got a great deal 2 night for 2 people at £155 which is brilliant for the standard of hotel and location. Facilities were good and everything was very clean. The rooms appear to be very modern. I would definitely stay again in the future. WiFi is free for 1st 30 mins then €5 for 24 hours.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about The Fleet Street Hotel

Address: 19 - 20 Fleet Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Dublin > Dublin > Temple Bar
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#58 Romantic Hotel in Dublin
Price Range: £85 - £314 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — The Fleet Street Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 92
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Newly refurbished Townhouse-style property located in the Temple Bar district, within walking distance of Trinity College, Christchurch Cathedral, Grafton Street and the majority of Dublin's main attractions. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
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Fleet Street Dublin
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