I'm sorry to say that this was our first and "least favorite" hotel in our 2-Week 5-City IRELAND vacation. The location was very convenient. We easily found the hotel address using GPS on our 1st day of driving from the airport. It was a comfortable walk to all of the in-city sights each day, and from the Temple Bar area each night (upon our returns we appreciated the locked front entry & 24 Hour personnel at the front desk). The car park was also very much appreciated, we were fortunate to get a spot in the tiny limited lot, and our car sat there safely & unused for 3-Days. The 2 rooms we had [2 Adults in each] were really really small (even by european standards, and a good grin-and-bear-it attitude) with only a foot space to walk past the end of the bed; maybe two feet on the sides of the bed. The shower was unbearably tight, and it took me until the 2nd day to figure out I needed to turn the water on & off as I cleansed & washed my hair to avoid overflowing the slightly-clogged & shallow shower basin. The rooms were quite warm morning/nite, with some added air movement if you fully open the [un-screened] windows; but we had to promptly shut them nearly closed for fear of a seagull flying in and to avoid their constant loud screeching thru all hours of the nite/morning. Most offensive of all was the overwhelming smell of paint, paint, and more fresh paint. With challenging room sizes, temperatures, noise, baths, and fumes, we simply couldn't wait to GET OUT of the hotel each morning, and we wouldn't return again until very late each night. We skipped the "addtl fee" breakfast and instead enjoyed coffees & pastries from nearby shops. Regardless, we completely enjoyed Dublin, with the city's greatest feature being THE PEOPLE! Everyone was so friendly, and eager to share city tips, conversations, stories, drinks, and a good time! It was our sincere pleasure meeting the people who call Dublin "home" (and surprising to discover just how many people have visited our home state of New York). Cheers!
- 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. Free Wifi Throughout all rooms and public areas . Temple Bar just a 5 minute walk away. Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College , Jameson Distillery all within walking distance , Take in Grafton Street for that last minute shopping. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dublin City Inn Hotel Dublin
- Days Inn Dublin
- Dublin Days Inn