We were 9 middle-aged ladies on a short English language study trip to Dublin and stayed at Number 31. The rooms are beautiful, in a modern design with warm colours and have everything you need to relax from wandering the streets. Noel, our host, was extremely helpful and nice and made us feel at home. The breakfast was outstanding and we were able to sit all together at the long wooden tables and start our day in a slow and easy way.
We also liked the ideal location of Number 31 as it's not too close to the busy and noisy city centre; but everything we wanted to get to (as concerts, shopping, museums, restaurants etc.) was within walking distance, i.e. 10-15 minutes.
Just one little thing on the negative side: please let us have our hairdryer next to the mirror in the bathroom. It's not very comfortable to sit cross-legged on the bedroom floor while styling your hair... or maybe I'm just too old for that??
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Number 31 is famed for its unique hospitality,excellent service and probably the best breakfast in Ireland.Number 31 is situated between a classical Georgian Townhouse and a stunning modern mews by Ireland's most famous architect. Each of the 21 en-suite bedrooms is fitted with luxurious Hastens beds and are individually furnished. Wifi available. The famous sunken conversation pit was the meeting place for Ireland's elite. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Number 31 Hotel Dublin
- Number 31 Dublin