Browns Hotel and Apartments Dublin

89 Lower Gardiner St, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland
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Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Dublin City Centre Apartments

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 17, 2008

On my last visit in May 2008, since we were four people, we stayed at the Dublin City Centre Apartments, which belong to the Browns Hotel and are located just around the corner. Quiet and safe area, and the price was 200 euros a night.

Unique Quality: The apartments are really nice but not very spacious, with a separate bedroom, bathroom and a living-room with a sofa that can be turned into a double bed and a little kitchen. If you are two people it's perfect, if you are four then it's ok only for a short stay - then you start to feel a little claustrophobic. For some reason it's sold as a 4 people apartment, but we never managed to have 4 chairs, only 3. Go figure.

Directions: Dublin 1, a few minutes from O'Connell street

The worst hostel

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 21, 2006

This is the worst hostel I have ever seen in my life. Caming back from Galway, I booked for two night in this hostel. During the registration the recption guy was very unfriendly, but this isn't the main problem of this hostel. The room was crowd of beds, it was cold and unventilated. For me and my friends there was no blanket, and when we asked to the reception the guy told us that there were more beds than blankets, and if this was a problem we could write an email to the manager. The bathroom was dirty and it tastes mouldy. The breakfast was poor, and the room was cold and dirty.
If you can go way from this hostel, and book to Jacobs Inn

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Time to sleep

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 24, 2005

This is the hotel where I spent my night on Dublin. Is a small and quiet hotel, only 25 rooms and the staff is very kind and friendly. They have a small breakfast room where is available free tea and coffee 24 hours. The room was comfortable double bed wiht shower and tv. I slept on my bed for 10 hours belive me i had a very good dream during my night on Dublin.

If you are looking for something cheap have a look next door where you?ll find the brownshostel they have rooms from 11 euros per night.

http://www.brownshostelireland.com/index.html

Directions: Going out from bussaras, cross the street and next street on the right.

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Hostel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 16, 2004

Great place, looks a bit like a bomb shelter inside but not bad otherwise. Be up early for breakfast regardless of your assigned time. Otherwise there is no food for you and they don't check anyway

Unique Quality: Pool table, close to everything, good size kitchen, internet, tv, many many tables.

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