We had booked a twin room and were delighted to be allocated a spacious room containing a double and 2 single beds. The beds were very comfortable and the room clean. As we expected the room was noisy at night due to its excellent location. Why oh why do they not just install doubl-glazing?
We decided to take breakfast but to be honest a 10 euros I would probably give it a miss. We had to ask for the bread to be toasted again as it came limp and half toasted. We both had tea and had to share one small pot until we asked for another. We also had to ask for ketchup.....surely an unremarkable breakfast!
In the afternoon we went to the celebrated Library bar....again unexceptional. It was very busy.....no sign of a menu. The seats were quite comfortable but a bit disorganised. I had to ask for the Ladies toilets to be unlocked. The barman was adamant that it was......it wasn't!
We did enjoy our stay there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is in Dublin city centre, close to the bars, restaurants and shops. It mixes traditional charm with modern comforts, such as free Wi-Fi and en suite rooms. The Central Hotel is less than 500 metres from the bars and restaurants of Temple Bar and the shops of Grafton Street. Dublin Castle, Trinity College and Christ Church Cathedral are all a short walk away. The Central Hotel was built in 1887. The award-winning Library Bar is a great place to relax with a drink. The Exchequer offers beers, wines, cocktails and fresh, local food. The en suite rooms have TVs, telephones, hairdryers and tea/coffee. Hotel Rooms: 70. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Dublin
- Central Hotel Dublin