Stayed here for two nights Nov 12. We've stayed in loads of hotels in Dublin and this was the nicest yet. It's in a lovely old building in a quiet street but only 15-20 mins walk into the city centre. Room was spacious with lovely comfy bed and the quiet situation of the hotel made for a great nights sleep. Toilettries in room were v gd quality. Only couple small cons, we bought room only and to take breakfast in the hotel was an additional 30€ pp which is a crazy price. (if u find yourself in the same situation head for Hugos on Merron Row for excellent Sunday brunch with jazz thrown in!) also when we were checking out we had no help with doors or bags to our cars outside - (and I'm heavily pregnant!) and for that standard of a hotel maybe a coffee machine/biscuits in the room wud b nice.
- Also Known As:
- Dylan Hotel Dublin
- Hotel Dylan
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dylan is bright, vibrant and fun. This is reflected through the design & style of the hotel and the responsive personality driven team. Dylan bar will be upbeat, sensual and bordering on the decadent. The close space overflows onto the feature terrace. Still, the restaurant will be serving modern Irish food with boutique qualities. Chef, Padraic Hayden's highest standards will wow the senses. ... more less
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