We were on vacation during the Garth brooks concert. We would normally have paid less than $290 for this room, but the hotel jacked the price up to over $450 for a tiny 2 twin bed room where one of us had to sit on the bed to let the other pass. Beds had thin mattresses on platforms. So hard and uncomfortable. Pillows were too big and hard to be comfortable.
If you are planning to visit Dublin, don’t hesitate, The Morrison is the place to stay. I spent 3 nights there with my wife, we LOVED it. We loved it for many reasons: - Personnel has the right professional/friendly balance. They are efficient doing their job, but they have also that human touch that is soooooo important. You don’t feel like “just a customer”. - Location, location, and location. Just a few steps from Temple bar, basically just need to cross the river, without the noise when you want to sleep. It is also very close to many other attractions. It is steps away from the Dublin Express bus stop, very convenient when arriving by plane. - Room clean, comfortable, and very well designed. I recommend a room giving on the interior yard (not giving on the street), still very good light, buildings on the other side are far. It is very quiet, the bed was very comfortable, we slept very well even the first night we arrived, fighting a 5hrs time difference.…
Beautiful hotel in a great location. Rooms are lovely and beds very comfortable but rooms are compact! Fabulous breakfast. Lovely touches like chocolates in room etc. Highly recommend but be will to pay!
My family and I stayed at the Morrison at the end of a wonderful prolonged trip to Ireland. Our stay at the Morrison was a relaxing and fantastic end to our trip. The accommodations were spectacular, but the service was truly exceptional. Every encounter with the hotel staff was superior to hotels of their caliber (from a Hilton Diamond member). I would like to offer specific recognition to the valet "Lee". His service throughout our stay really made the difference for our family. We will definitely be back.
We hosted our recent wedding reception at the Morrison hotel. They were fantastic to deal with from start to finish. The food was delicious. We had a wonderful day. I would definitely recommend them as a great hotel for a city centre wedding. Thanks to Sarah, Rory and all the team for being such stars
The Morrison is a perfect base for exploring Dublin. The service is excellent and staff are very helpful. The location is super convenient for exploring the sights and steps away from terrific restaurants (including the hotel restaurant which is very good!), pubs and attractions.
After 10 days of traveling around Ireland we stayed at the Morrison for the last day. The shower was amazing. The location was perfect (close to Temple Bar but not to close). It was a pleasant and refreshing experience Highly recommend it. The employees there were beyond pleasant and the breakfast was great.
What an wonderful experience! I stayed my last two days in Ireland (Dublin) at the Morrison. Not only it is literally located in the heart of the city, it is all the details this wonderful gem does to win your own heart. The staff, the cleanliness, the attention to details, the support when one has a question, and the neat white rooms with all amenities, including an umbrella for rainy days and a spacious bathroom. I will return to the Morrison. Its location is an important basic point for this decision, but beyond that, the great atmosphere and the high level of attention makes it a great stay for me as it will be for you.
Treated very well as a diamond member at this very nice Hilton establishment. The room was tricked out with lights galore. The showers were hot and bed very comfortable. The staff was great in every way. The morning breakfasts were way above most. The desk staff went beyond the best with the exception of getting taxis. They did suggest the tram which worked better. The place is perfectly located.
The Morrison is an amazing property in the heart of Dublin with easy access to shops, entertainment and attractions. Also close to rail transit for a quick hop to the coastal towns of Mallahide and Howth. Friendly staff, great amenities and a wonderful restaurant. A must stay property if traveling to Dublin for a few days.