Value Score Poor Value
Good For Couples
OK Hotel, Central Northside Dublin
Dublin is very expensive in August and it was hard to get a room.We found the Abbey Hotel to be acceptable, but nothing amazing.
Their blurb says 'with the standard of comfort you would expect from a modern sophisticated hotel' ...
Well, the rooms were ok (if a little shabby), nothing more and I certainly wouldn't agree with the 'sophisticated' tag! Maybe we got a bad one.
Ours was above some generator type machines that were annoying noisy and made the room incredibly hot and stuffy.Still, we weren't in the room that much.
Can't say the hotel was especially friendly.
The breakfast room was attractive (pictured)
(I had a weird man staring at me so obsessively in there, I changed seats with KB, but that was hardly the hotels fault).
The bars pumped out mainstream American Rock & Pop, 24 hours a day, bar staff were quite friendly and the bar served food. It all seemed rather East Coast American actually, rather than Irish, but I suppose the two go hand in hand in some ways.
The best thing about it was it was very well situated but it wasn't that cheap!
Unique Quality: Attractive breakfast room.
Very central for everything.
Directions: Off O Connell St, near the River Liffey.
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