Centrally located on the northside, with a busstop nearby and O'Connell Street and the Liffey within walking distance, Lower Gardiner Street houses lots of B&B's and the Maple Hotel is one of them.
Unique Quality: Small B&B, one of many on Gardiner Street. This B&B is "Bord Fáilte" approved (BF = Irish Tourist Board) and breakfast is included in the price. We paid EUR90/nite for an en-suite twin room. Higher prices on Thu-Sun. Very friendly staff!!
I’m looking for a good accommodation in Dublin for St. Patrick’s day (14th-19th March), and I’ve just find that Maple Hotel offers an interesting rate for those days. Anyone has any info about this hotel? Is it placed close to the city center? The address is 75 Lower Gardiner Street (Dublin 1)
Thanks in advance
To be honest Gardiner St. is a pretty rough area. It is very close to the city centre but I would not reccomend being on the North side of the river. As a general rule in Dublin only stay in a place where the post code is divisible by 2 !!!! So Dublin 2, 4, 6 are cool and 1, 3, 5, etc. can be pretty hairy ! What about Jurys Inn in Christchurch ?
Thanks for the prompt answer and the area code information, Donal. I’ve already tried Jurys Inn, but they don’t have available rooms for these dates.
Donal's right about Gardiner Street - it's not the more reputable end of town. Have you tried Bewley's in Ballsbridge - it operates on the same principle as Jury's Inn. It's 2km out of the city so might take longer to get booked out, and it's quite a decent place.
Check out the Temple Bar Hotel or any other hotels in the Temple Bar area - also if you are on a budget there is a hostel called Barnacles. Have fun.
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Address: 75 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland