3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

35-39 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland

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Wynn's Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 32% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples83
  • Solo83
  • Business78

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Excellent location.

by TripAdvisor Member calamityj

Stayed last October. Hotel really central. Room clean but small, staff friendly and helpful. Noise from trams at front may bother some, but didn't affect us. Definitely would stay again.

You lose with Wynn's

by A TripAdvisor Member

Found right in the city centre with trams clanging bang outside the door and Dublin's notorious traffic snarl, fumes and roar for company.

Describe themselves with cliched 'Family run hotel' charcter. Actually means grasping, self-important 'dynasty' ruthlessly exploiting their satff and putting on a faux bonhomie. Yeat's hand in the greasy till comes to mind.

Speaking of greasy - the food is lumps of roast meat with over-boiled veg smothered in sauces out of a packet - thats in the Carvery. Pay twice as much for the same stuff in the Restaurant.

If you like the company of hordes of drunken teenagers-come-twentysomethings celebrating their 18th/21st/Engagement then Wynns at the weekend is place for you. Never will you see a hotel more efficient at renting out it's function rooms.

Failing that if you'd rather have the company of smug opinionated fiftysomethings with permanent higher management jobs - people in the loop servicing the Celtic Tiger for their Fat Cat masters. Then the bar is where you can be assailed by these types all day and night.
One word - gauche.

Great 'City Break' Hotel.

by TripAdvisor Member Jane13

Stayed for a weekend at Wynns Hotel. We were in Dublin to see Ralph Fiennes in the Gate Theatre so the location of the hotel was excellent. We got the Luas tram from Hueston station and it left us right outside the hotel door. Cristina on reception couldn't have been nicer and she went out of her way to make sure we were happy with our room which was small but cosy and even had a fireplace and for a city centre hotel was very quiet.
The dinner was average enough but the breakfast was lovely. I would definitely recommend it for a city break.

Give Wynn's a wide berth

by A TripAdvisor Member

Very noisy day and night; both from the street and from the party-goers in the hotel. Functions on all the time - wild music and revelry to all hours. Remember drinking is a big problem in Ireland and Dublin is a 24 hour party city every day of the week!

Nowhere to hang out in the hotel - there are no lounge reception areas apart from a very small bar on the ground floor ! That's it.

The ordinary staff are pleasant and helpful; but that doesn't chime with the reception and management who made me uneasy. Phoney smiles bordering on sneer or contempt and only interested in one aspect - get the money, get the credit card details, make sure you are charged for every little thing. Gave me bad feeling of being used.

Impossible to get money back from them if you are over-charged or have complaint - but left your credit card details.

Food - stodge. Give it a miss.

Apart from a lot of genuine consideration by ordianry staff this was a nasty little place. Almost had the feeling the staff were apologising for the overall unpleasantness of the place.

Very impressed.

by TripAdvisor Member VivB_7

My friend and I steyed here for one night when we came to see Bon Jovi. We were very impressed with the room...1 double and 2 single beds which were very comfortable and 2 flat screen TVs. Full tea/coffee facilities and lovely clean bathroom. All staff very helpful and polite, nice breakfast and bar. 5 minutes from Temple Bar and Grafton Street. Would definitely recommend it and in fact, I already have!!

ok if your short

by A TripAdvisor Member

for the price, it was ok. we were there over a bank hol so didn't get interepted much by the building work going on.
the inclusive breakfast was ok, once you got understanding from the mulitnational staff.
the room was clean and modern but the bed had an end so if your tall you had to sleep on your side!
no air conditiong either - if you have the window open you can hear the tram going past and the city noises.
good location - buses and shops, cinema just around the corner one way
more buses, temple bar and the other shops, st stephens green the other way just over the river.

A Great Hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

I stayed here for three night and enjoyed every minute. The staff were courteous, friendly and efficient. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The room, although a little small, was well furnished, clean and comfortable. A very useful addition was the safe in the bedroom.Meals were excellent. The traditional Irish breakfast was wonderful and very well served. The hotel was very tastefully decorated and in good condition. I would most certainly stay here again and recommend this hotel to my friends.

Home from Home

by A TripAdvisor Member

Stayed again in my favourite hotel in Dublin...............well you've gussed it, Wynn's Hotel, Abbey Street. Its just around the corner from the Abbey Theatre, a short walk from the Finanical Services Centre in the Old dock area of Dublin, and is off O'Connell Street where you'll find the GPO and the Spire.
I've always found the staff and management to be helpful, polite and friendly. Its a family run hotel and provides a "Home from Home" atmosphere.
While there is now a multinational staff many of the staff there have more than twenty years experience working for Wynn's.
The food is of the highest standard, quality, and quantity. Breakfast is a feast.
In fact I would describe my stays at Wynn's as "Pure Magic".
I'll be back again and again and again and.........

Wonderful location

by TripAdvisor Member patca

We just returned from a 3 night stay at the Wynn's Hotel. We were extending our stay after an 8 day Brendan tour. The hotel is located close to everything. We walked everywhere. There was a heat wave - high eighties and no air conditioning, so we had to leave the windows open. It was noisy at night, up to 2:00 am, then it quieted down. This was a bit of a problem. The hotel has been renovated with beautiful bathrooms and flat screen TVs on the wall. (Not much on Irish TV on the other hand there isn't much on US TV worth watching). The dining room was quite nice and the service excellent. The breakfasts were not just the typical irish breakfast - eggs, tomatoes, bacon & sausage, altlhough that was available. One day we had pancakes with goat chees and raspberry sauce. It was like nothing I had ever tasted before. Very good. The staff was friendly, but not overly so. We arrived at 9:30 am on a Sunday and were able to get into our rooms right away. This was a big plus. I would stay there again - noise and all.


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Address: 35-39 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland