We stayed 2 nights and I debated about my review. We were in room 18 which is ground level and faces Fitzwilliam = street noise and it's busier than I would have expected (ear plugs a must), the only steps were the few from the garden which could be a plus for some. Space in the room was smallish and we bumped around the furniture/luggage. Bathroom was OK, towels OK. It's a 5 to 10 minute walk to St. Stephen's Green and from here to the main attractions including Grafton Street but we like to walk. There's a HOHO bus stop at St. Stephen's if that interests you. Breakfast was really good and one morning we splurged on eggs benny - they were excellent. Service was welcoming and very good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Number 31 is one of the most beloved boltholes in Georgian Dublin City Centre. A luxury Guesthouse renowned for our personal service, top notch breakfast and luxuriously laid-back atmosphere. Number 31 is Dublin’s premier tucked away place to stay, combining the best of two worlds; a classical Georgian townhouse and a light filled modernist mews. It is an oasis of peace and quiet, hidden behind a high creeper-clad wall, right on the city’s Georgian Mile. A popular choice for design enthusiasts, here light colour and texture all combine in a a gentle ambiance of peace and calm. The combination of spacious and supremely comfortable accommodation, warm hospitality, an exceptional location and Number 31’s renowned breakfast has made here a destination of choice for many a seasoned traveller and sealed its reputation as serving the Best Breakfast in Dublin among those in the know. No surprise it was awarded Georgina Campbell’s 2017 Guesthouse of the Year. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Number 31 Hotel Dublin
- Number 31 Dublin