I travelled to Dublin with my husband and two other friends to celebrate a 30th Birthday. The flights to Dublin from Newcastle were very cheap paying in total £28 per person. I was recommended the Morgan Hotel by a friend therefore i booked with confidence not noticing some of the comments on this site before i booked. Due to some of the negative comments posted by other people i contacted the hotel to ensure we were allocated a nice room. After speaking to Livia in the reservations team she was very helpful and immediately put my mind at rest and offered us a complimentary upgrade to a deluxe room which i was very grateful for. The flight only took 50 minutes, just enough time to have a cup of tea or a glass of wine before landing. We arrived in Dublin on the Thursday morning and stayed for 3 nights. When entering the hotel the staff welcomed us with a smile and booked us into our rooms prior to the allocated check in time. First impressions of the hotel was very funky and modern with a nice friendly atmosphere. When arriving at our rooms we then discovered that we had been upgraded for a second time to a Suite, this included a kitchen and living room area and a separate bedroom with glass doors separating the rooms but still allowing you to watch the large plasma TV from your bed. The rooms were perfect and ideal for friends to join us in having a drink before we went out on the town. The rooms were made up every day with fresh towels and clean sheets. I felt the room upgrade really did make our holiday extra special as we didn't even want to leave our rooms. We went shopping on most days (more expensive than Newcastle), went to the Guiness Factory (excellent views of Dublin), went on the Viking Tour (worth 20 euro, the driver was very funny), found a hidden treasure called Cafe Siene (beautiful bar with lovely food and cocktails at reasonable prices) and on the last night (Saturday) went to a bar called Fitzgeralds where there was a double singing / comedy act which was excellent (the best night we have had in a long time - I have never laughed so much in my life). The only negative thing i can say about our trip is that we should have stayed in Dublin for longer and took a little more money as a pint of guiness was costing us around 5 euro a drink . We had an excellent time and it was worth every penny.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Immerse yourself in The Morgan Hotel, in the heart of Temple Bar. The Morgan holds host to chic guestrooms, a funky cocktail bar, quirky outdoor spaces, cool meeting rooms & an amazing Penthouse. Sophisticated fun, ultra stylish, modern chic and Dublin's best loved boutique hotel. The Morgan has 129 deluxe guest rooms, offering a celebration of contemporary design, clean, simple lines and uncluttered elegance. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Morgan Hotel Dublin
- Morgan Hotel Dublin
- Morgan Dublin