If you're looking for a spacious hotel avoid this place. As soon as we walked into the room, I felt like I was in the 70s with the brown walls and chipboard 'cupboard' and instead of walking around our room we had to shuffle . There is no airconditioning or even a fan. To get some air circulating in the room we decided to open the window which was close to falling on top of us because it was completely detached from it's top hinge. Our room was adjacent to Talbot street which gets very noisy, even with the window closed we could still hear everything from the street. If it wasn't the noise in the street that woke us up it was housekeeping slamming their vacuum cleaner on the room door or hearing peoples doors slam as they leave their hotel room. During our stay they wanted to paint our door, we refused as we don't want to be smelling paint the whole time. It is an extremely old building and it shows. The location is great but I really didn't have a pleasant stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideally located, the Dublin City Inn formerly Days Inn Talbot Street has great value hotel rooms in Dublin City centre. Located just two minutes walk from O'Connell Street, in the heart of Dublin City Centre. A great place to stay on a city break in Dublin, you will find all the delights of Dublin on your doorstep. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dublin City Inn Hotel Dublin
- Days Inn Dublin
- Dublin Days Inn