Arlington Hotel Temple Bar Dublin

Lord Edward Street, Temple Bar (Formerly "The Parliament Hotel"), Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland
#51 of 355 hotels in Dublin
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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Arlington Hotel in Dublin

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 9, 2010

This hotel was relatively nice. The location was wonderful in the middle of everything. It would be preferable for single people or couples rather than families with children. The party seemed ro last into the wee hours of the night and could be heard from our room. We stayed there for the irish dancing as my daughter dances here in the states. The show was great but a little late. The breakfast buffet was pretty good but the best part about the hotel was the people working there. Great irish charm and friendliness!!

Unique Quality: Irish Dancing Show.

Directions: Near the temple bar district, the half penny bridge, and O-Connell street. Very central to everything!!

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Large Group Accomodations

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 1, 2005

During our tour of Ireland, we were lucky enough to stay in a wonderful little hostel in the middle of Dublin called the Kinlay House. It was interesting, because the hostel had our group of 40 rugby players and also a host of 40 some 13 yr old Field Hockey girls at the same time.... an interesting mix.

Overall, we enjoyed the accomodations there, and it really kept alot of money in our pocket for sightseeing!

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Good Location, Clean room...

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 26, 2004

I was originally planned to stay here just for 3 nights, end up extended to another 4 nights, so total stay here for a week.

A clean room and friendly staff which ready to give you advise on the day tour!

U would meet lots of other friendly travellers which i most cherish for my trip..

Unique Quality: Kinlay is just downtown, so it is very convenience for the everyone..

Clean room....light breakfast is included, a good beginning of the day!

Directions: just two minutes to Christchurch, and 10 minutes walk to St patrick Catheral...

5 minutes walk to temple bar...

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Sometimes a good choice!

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 28, 2004

We stayed at Kinlay House. This is a hostel. We had a twin standard, 29 Euro during the week for each. It is ok in there, the staff is very friendly.
Although we slept under a room of an italian rugby team and they seemed to figure out new tactics the whole night!!!
If you stay there, try to get a room which is not near the main street, but to the backyard. That is better for your nerves, because our first nights we spent the night in a room near the main street, horrible! When we came back from an overnight-trip to Cork, it was much more enjoyable in a room near the backyard.

Unique Quality: 5 minutes walk to Temple Bar, College and many other attractions. Cathedral just round the corner.

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Hostel Stays OK

by written on March 15, 2003

Clean place and generally safe. Free breakfast (toast, coffee, jam), provided every morning in the general cafeteria. Good to have a room with a bathroom, but then bump up the price, and it's about the same as a night at a nice bed and breakfast outside of Dublin. Although I didn't have anything stolen, the constant reminders not to leave anything of value in your room made me wary.

Unique Quality: Special room in the back opened once an hour on the hour where you can store stuff you don't want to drag around during the day. STRICTLY opened ONLY at the top of the hour. Good location too. Near everything. Knowledgable staff.

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Kinlay House: a friendly hostel

by written on October 20, 2002

An old red-bricks building, victorian i think, very clean and bright. Most rooms have en-suite facilities - all (dorms included) have fresh linens, towels, soap, and duvets and pillows. A "luxurious" hostel by all means

Unique Quality: A really friendly atmosphere, a great location... and special rates for long-term guests! It's also popular with irish people, long-term stayers, orpeopel in town for the weekend

Directions: at the top of dame street, opposite christchurch

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Kinlay House:2-12 Lord Edward...

by written on August 24, 2002

Kinlay House:2-12 Lord Edward Street,
Dublin 2,
Dublin,
Ireland

Built in the late 19th century, Kinlay House Christchurch is a restored red brick Victorian building located in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin's Left Bank.
Kinlay House's facilities, friendly atmosphere and location make it the BEST PLACE TO STAY in Dublin City.

Prices from IR£9.00 per person including breakfast.




£9 / night (cheap for dublin)

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Address: Lord Edward Street, Temple Bar (Formerly "The Parliament Hotel"), Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland

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