Reviewed by Patricia M
We went for St. Patrick's Day knowing it would be crazy in the Temple Bar. We are in our 50's by the way. Even with all the crowd and every hotel booked, the staff at the Temple Bar Hotel somehow gave every guest amazing attention and concern for their needs. Maria F. and Paul were especially great but so was everyone. Room was very clean. The location is perfect. Not just for Temple Bar but easy access to other parts of the city. Recommend as long as you enjoy a bit of nightlife and noise that goes with it. Earplugs are complimentary.
Reviewed by Strauss9
Great location in the heart of the city, friendly staff and very helpful! Good value for money, hotel is very clean and room and bathroom very tidy! Fantastic food especially the breakfast (full Irish) there is a Tesco opposite the hotel (for food, water etc.) the only downside was, it can get noisy at night and into the early hours! I would definitely recommend this hotel, I would stay again!
14 Mar 2016 A TripAdvisor Member
Very good hotel! The location could not be better, right in Fleet Street, a few meters from Temple Bar, the most famous pub in town. It has a supermarket across the street and is surrounded by restaurants. The breakfast is served in a very nice place with a skylight that gives a very special air to the restaurant. The service at reception and in the restaurant is very good (in English). If you do not like the night movement and bothered by the noise, ask to stay in the rooms facing the side street. The heating is very good and has no fridge in the room.
Reviewed by Kennyboy777
Stayed here with my wife, unfortunately only had the one night, but our stay was very pleasurable, staff were friendly and helpful @check-in and in the bar, and breakfast next morning. The Hotel is very central, well situated to explore all that Dublin has to offer. The double room was great, comfy bed, bathroom was fine, breakfast (the full Irish). Was as good as any I've had.
Reviewed by 11stevie93
Absolutely brilliant hotel. Friendly staff and right in the heart of the city! All the atmosphere of temple bar is just a 2 minute walk away! I would strongly recommend a visit. Dublin is a really lovely tourist city that is rich in culture and history.
Reviewed by babsiemalone
My husband and I visited Dublin last month and although the weather was cold the welcome we received from the hotel staff was warm and friendly. Our room had just been renovated and could be compared to any 5 star hotel in a big city. Clean fresh and a really comfortable bed. The staff helped us to find places to eat - Elephant and Castle for chicken wings is a must we were told when we checked in and they were right. Close to the two largest shopping streets in Dublin we were able to shop till we dropped while still only a walk away from the hotel. We cannot recommend the hotel and location more highly.