Temple Bar

Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland
(3 star hotel)
#59 of 486 hotels in Dublin
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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The Dublin Pub Pass

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 10, 2015

If you are visiting Dublin then The Dublin Pub Pass is a must! email templebarpubcrawl@gmail.com to purchase and receive free delivery for this fantastic offer at only 6 euro which includes:

Fitzgeralds Bar -
All Pints only 4 euro each
Double vodka and red bull only 10 euro
Cocktails only 5 euro

Buskers Bar Templebar -
Buy a Drink & get a Free shot

The Bankers -
Pint of Heineken & a Burger only 8 euro
Glass of Wine & Burger only 8 euro

Trinity Bar -
All Pints only 4.50 euro
3 Jager bombs only 10 euro
Cocktails only 5 euro

Bad Bobs Templebar -
Buy a Drink get a Free shot

Also Includes Free Dublin City Map & Pub Rule game.

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Overbooking seemed the norm...

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 28, 2003

When I arrived my room was double booked and I got bumped out to another but better hotel - see other tip.

This was not the only time this happens and I met another 6 travellers who this happened to. The Taxi drivers also said it was not uncommon. If you book make double sure they are not going to bump you. If they do demand free taxi rides for your stay. I did and it worked out better then staying with them.

Unique Quality: From friends who stayed.

Breakfast is poor.
Night porter is non existent (no late night drinks here).
Rooms - OK but a little tired.
Staff - not very helpful until you get a little pushy

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We stayed at the Temple bar...

by written on September 7, 2002

We stayed at the Temple bar hotel in Dublins liveliest quarter of the same name.
IEP99.00 single - IEP130.00 double incl breakfast

Unique Quality: This stylish hotel lies in the heart of old Dublin and is ideally situated for sampling the cultural life of the city. Comfortable, well equipped bedrooms are moderately priced, and food is served throughout the day. source The AA Hotel Guide 2000.

Directions: From Trinity College, head for O'Connell Bridge & take the 1st left onto Fleet St. The Temple bar Hotel is on the left hand side.

Temple Bar Hotel ***
Fleet Street
Temple Bar
Dublin

Tel: 00353167733

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The Temple Bar Hotel.

by written on August 26, 2002

I don't remember exactly, but I felt I got a good price compared to other similar hotels in the immediate vicinity. It was around $70/night (July of 2000) for a very nice room with private full bath. Breakfast was included. Plus all the amenities at a nice hotel - TV, direct-dial phone, coffee/tea maker, hair dryer, iron.

Unique Quality: Very clean and comfortable, very friendly staff. Right in the middle of the busy, fun Temple Bar area - shopping, restaurants, pubs and clubs, and buses out of the city - perfect for young people looking to be centrally located! Honestly a bit noisy at night but not a problem for me. No one asked any questions when friends who lived outside the city stayed in my room a few nights. The hotel has a nightclub in the basement but reccommend skipping it for better places!

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Address: Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland

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Amenities at Temple Bar

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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