Dergvale Hotel

4 Gardiner Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland
Dergvale Hotel
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88%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
32%
29
Very Good
44%
40
Average
12%
11
Poor
5%
5
Terrible
5%
5

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  • Families71
  • Couples79
  • Solo90
  • Business66

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Dergvale Hotel

by mlk46

Hello,
I am travelling to Dublin at the end of May. I have come across a good deal from the Dergvale Hotel. I was wondering if anyone knows anything about the hotel and more importantly, if it is located in a safe area (4 Gardiner Place).
I appreciate your help!

RE: Dergvale Hotel

by donalh

Not bad. 5 years ago it would have been a 'no no' but not anymore. This is a friendly family hotel that is central and pretty quiet. The real action is south of the river however (but it's only a ten minute walk).


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RE: RE: Dergvale Hotel

by dublinhotelguidesCOM

I'd agree with donalh - definately 'family friendly'. It's a small comfortable hotel, and generally quite low priced even outside of special offers (expect around 70-80 euro per night for a double). It is a bit of a walk from the city centre though.

Travel Tips for Dublin

When in Dublin...

by virtualpatrick

When in Dublin, you should experience:

+ Guinness Brewery - After touring the brewery, you get 2 free glasses of Guinness straight from the source.

+ Trinity College & the Book of Kells - visit while school is in session to get a feel of the buzz of the place.

+ O'Connell Street - this area is lined with touristy stores and businesses. Photo op at the O'Connell Bridge and Liffey River.

+ Grafton Street - Dublin's main shopping area full of specialty stores. This is mainly a pedestrian area so parking is very limited.

+ Temple Bar area - the heart of Dublin's pub crawling nightlife. Filled with pubs, trendy shops, restaurants, and other cultural activities. Check out the Bad Ass Cafe.

+ St Stephen's Green - great park to relax, meet people, read, etc.

+ St Stephen's Green Centre - Dublin's largest shopping mall. Resembles a giant greenhouse with Victorian style ironworks.

Dublin is a city that holds...

by ombre

Dublin is a city that holds very dear memories in my heart.
I have now spent some time in both summer and winter in this wonderful country .
Arriving this time in winter in minus 5c and finding snow is something I will never see in december in my own country so it was very special despite knowing my own home was 40c on the same day. that temp was the coldest I have ever been in and they tell me it was the first settled snow in 9 years in Dublin.
Dublin holds so many great memories to me I wouldn't be able to begin.
just being able to return was a pretty awesome feeling for me.

Dublin Tip

by some_clown

The Ha'penny Bridge. It is one of the most ancient (if not the most ancient) bridge crossing the well-known Liffey River. It was named after the half penny people had to pay to cross the bridge, a long long time ago.

The bridge separates two of the main areas of Dublin city centre: the well-known Temple Bar in the South, and on the North side a huge shopping area centered around Henry Street. For those who haven't heard of Temple Bar, it is the oldest district in Dublin. It used to be a dump but it has become the fanciest (and the cutest) part of Dublin, where a big part of the nightlife is going on, and where rents are the most expensive. Now you definitely will not find the real Irish spirit there -- everything is made for the tourist and Dubliners usually despise this area.

Have a walk on Grafton Street,...

by Nobbe

Have a walk on Grafton Street, and maybe shop some in the all the shops there!! Surrounding Grafton street are many pubs and hotels made famous by Dublin's literary greats. At the bottom of Grafton St, the Trinity end, you will find a monument to one of Dublin's best known characters 'Molly Malone'.

Corner of Parliament and Dame Streets

by Kentbein

Here we are at the corner of Dame and Parliament Streets, just in front of the City Hall Building. The view shown is to the east looking toward Trinity College, the entrance to which can just be seen at College Green the end of the street.

The following pictures will be just across the street in a tiny little park at the east side of City Hall.

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Address: 4 Gardiner Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland