Stopped one night and paid £90.00 for single room as travelling to see Leonard Cohen in Dublin.
The hotel is in a slightly run down area, and there were a good few drunks and homeless folk hanging about but is pretty centrally based right by Jamesons and 10 mins walk to the hub.
Within 20 seconds walk, there is a subway, large spa and a cafe.
The Hotel itself, for all the strong decor and painting seemed a little sterile and the staff whilst efficient were a little distant and wooden. If you expect a famous Irish welcome, don't come here as all the staff are Polish!
The room was pleasantly large and the facilities were impressive with Cable TV, Kettle and CD player. However, the Shower door did not close propery, the towels were cheap and hard I didn't like the wash basin in the bed room!
Whilst the room and linen were clean, everything seemed a little jaded and tired.
Breakfast was adequate, but once again sterile.
Ok for a 1/2 night stay, but the ambiance reminded me more Travel Lodge than Boutique! Not one for a romantic Dublin trip but served my needs fine.More
- Free Wifi