More about Maldron Hotel Parnell Square
Well Done - Comfort Inn, Granby Row
Stayed here for 3 nights with an american friend, on a short break, Hotel excelled itself on the last day. On arriving at the airport I found I had left my passport at the hotel, a chambermaid found it in our room. The manager arranged to taxi my passport, with a member of his staff, to Dublin Airport so that I could actually fly home, how about that for service !! Would recommend this hotel to all of you wishing a new (built 2007) hotel - very pleasant staff, good breakfast, smart, comfy bedroom, not far from O'Connell Street, easy access to Buses, taxis etc. Give it a try - very good rates.
New and Smart
The Comfort Inn @ Granby Row, Dublin is a recently new hotel just built in August 07. It is more like a sophisticated Travelodge but was tastefully decorated, huge comfortable double bed, lovely bathroom with shower. The location is just about ok, on the edge of where it's all 'happening' and took us about 10 minutes to get to the actual centre. This is a very modern hotel with no Irish characteristics at all but would recommend using this hotel for your stay in Dublin. It cost us £138 for two nights room only. There is another Comfort Inn close by about 3 mins closer to the center but is only a 2 star and slightly cheaper.
Excellent Hotel Great Value For Money
This hotel is excellent value for money, the rooms are of a very high standard, the beds are so comfortable, I really like the free broadband in the rooms, the decor is very stylish, and the staff were very firendly, less then 5 minutes walk to O'Connell Street, great location.
Great Hotel for Business and leisure travellers.
I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to friends and colleagues.
Nice and new
A new and nice hotel in a somewhat boring area, but very close to all the things you want to see in Dublin.
We had a very pleasant stay, but there's no reason to hang out much at the hotel. The breakfast was nothing much to write about and we preferred breakfast at a nearby pub. No lounge or anywhere nice to hang out at the hotel, so we were out and about for the most part.
The Internet connection didn't work in our room so we had to use the wireless connection in the lobby the few times we had to check our e-mails.
The room was very comfortable. Nice beds and bathroom. A small flat screen of poor quality but at least it was a flat screen!
Great Weekend Stay
We got to the hotel at about 6pm.
The hotel are situated just 5-minutes from O'Connell Street, which is a central street of Dublin.
The room in 5th floor were nice and clean. We thought we had come to a great hotel, and so it was. Actually, it opened in August 2007.
This is a hotel which is situated in a quiet area, and has a 10-15 minute walk to Temple Bar.
The breakfast isn't to great, but fair enough. Self service.
Good and relaxing stay in Dublin at nice price
We booking a double room with a special offer on booking.com (3 nights at price of 2) and we pay 59 euro per night! The room was warm, very pretty and comfortable, with a lcd tv, hairdryer, and tea and coffee maker. The moquette was not properly clean every day but the bathroom was immaculate every day.
The view of the room was in a internal courtyard with men at work every morning al 9 o'clock, but the windows are well isolate and without noise.
The staff was kind and the hotel completely renovated and modern. The location is good to get the city centre and The Temple Bar in 5-10 minutes walk.
We heartily recommend it!!
We have just returned from 3 nights at the Comfort Inn, Parnell Square, it was fab. The hotel was very modern and clean, the staff were very pleasant and the rooms were very nice indeed. Clean towels every day and supplies restocked. There was building work going on in the courtyard,but hardly any noise, and certainly did not interupt us or spoil anything. It is only about 5 mins walk to the beginning of O'Connell St., and from there it is all happening. Highly recommend the Guiness tour round the brewery and your free pint in the glass bar on the roof, also the dublin tour buses are a good way to see the best sites and get your bearings. The bars and restaurants are lovely in temple bar but I have to say the euro does not go very far on food and drink. But it is definately worth it, would highly recommend dublin and the hotel, it was my husbands 40th birthday present and he loved it especially the Guiness!! ha ha
Very nice hotel!
Very nice and new hotel! Very nice staff, very friendly, professional and helpful! Hotel is just few minutes from city center! Easy to get from and to the airport. Room was very comfortable and clean. Will stay there again!!!
Great value, very nice hotel!
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights, on the 12th Feb.
The whole hotel looks very modern, both inside and out. The entrance room shows how nice a hotel it is going to be before you even go to your room. The staff are friendly and helpful.
The room was very nice, very modern - but no in-room safe? all the features you would need.
Very good location, 3 minute walk to o'connell street, and bus stops are on the same street as the hotel.
Recommend the hop-on hop-off tours before you do anything else, as we learnt everything about dublin on these! they stop at all the major places you could ask for. Was good hearing the different things all the different drivers said. Very friendly
Also, the zoo was very good - they have glass viewing areas, so you can get really close, unlike most zoos who have wire cages, so you have to stay behind lines.
Would definitely recommend
Cheap Hotels in Dublin
I have a friend travelling from London for a week with his wife and three kids (ages 6 to 12). He is looking for budget accommodation close to City Centre. Where is the best place to look for this type of accommodation.?
He wants to relax and his wife wants to shop.
Re: Cheap Hotels in Dublin
The official tourist information website for Dublin lists all accommodation in the city:
You can find what appeals there and, if you choose, google the hotel/b&b name to see if you can find a better deal using an agency such as www.booking.com or www.staydublin.com etc Or you can just book through the tourist info site.
Re: Cheap Hotels in Dublin
www.jurysinns.com (Christchurch is probably the most central)
www.d4hotels.com (bit further out but only about 10mins from the city by DART or 30 mins walk and one of them has a pool which could be good for kids)
There's also a Park Inn in Smithfield.
They're the ones I can think of :)
Re: Cheap Hotels in Dublin
Try the Maldron Hotel in Parnell Square. I got a room there, two weeks ago, for 50 Euros exc B/Fast. Nice rooms, very clean, very friendly and only 5 minutes from O'Connell street!