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Maldron Hotel Pearse Street
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Reviewed February 24, 2013

Lovely spacious and clean room. Stayed for the first time for the killers concert and enjoyed our stay. The staff were very helpful and the breakfast was very nice. Only took us about ten minutes to walk to the O2 so ideal for us but quite a walk to the centre if thats what you are after. Nice hotel for a reasonable price.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Sharon W
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Reviewed February 24, 2013

Second time we've stayed here - last time is was still the Holiday Inn. It's a 10 min walk from city centre but this makes for a quiet time amidst Dublin's hustle and bustle. The hotel is on a main bus route and taxis are easily available at reasonable rates. The staff are friendly and very helpful - we checked in just before 10.00am, both rooms booked were ready for us.
The bar menu, while not extensive, provides welcome nourishment after a day's sightseeing and the food is well presented and wholesome.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Thank westfieldvisitor
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Reviewed February 17, 2013

Next time I’d try a different place, perhaps with a better location. It’s not far off from the city center, but if you have to walk all those streets under the rain –and most probably you will – every day and becomes a bit of a turn off.
On the positive side:
The staff was very friendly and helpful and the room we were given was very spacious. No complaints about the heating. Comfortable beds and rest of the furniture.
On the negative side:
Everything looks a bit dated and it would need a renovation. It’s not a major drawback though. Pearse street is very busy and the noise, especially on a wet street, can be a significant sleep breaker –let alone if you are a light sleeper. The windows lack proper sealing and there was a constant breeze running through. I had to push the drapes against the wall and hold them with a chair in order not to lose temperature in the cold winter night.
Internet requires a fee. Frankly I would prefer the room rate to be 3 euros higher and not have to pay there. It feels much better when the services are included.
Breakfast was a bit poor, especially in the cold cuts and cheese section and in the variety in general. The quality could be greatly improved. Also, staff making noises, folding boxes and manipulating food with their bare hands right in front of you downgrades the general feel for the breakfast experience.
I’m sure there are plenty of other options closer to the commercial areas of Dublin city center.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank LeoDiCecco_BA
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Reviewed January 31, 2013

Me and my fiance stayed here from 26th Jan - 30th Jan and had a lovely stay. We arrived early after a flight from Bristol (if you are getting the airlink bus that runs from the airport and get of at college street it is a good 10 minute walk to the hotel! you can catch another bus that will run past the hotel, the number 77a number 1 all run past hotel) Our room was not ready but they did let us leave our luggage in there store room.

Once we checked in I was a bit gutted to find that we had a room facing the road as I had heard that these can get quite noisy, i was wrong, during the 4 nights that we were there nothing could be heard through the windows, I am not sure if this was just me being a heavy sleeper due to the guinness mind. Room was spacious and clean and lots of storage, bathroom was quite modern and clean but did not have a bath. Shower was amazing really powerfull.

We had one evening meal in the hotel bar and it was really nice, good value and good service. We had not paid for breakfast before hand and I am so glad.By chance i went to find out about paying for Sundays breakfast on the day and was told that if you book it the night before it is only 5euro each half the price if you pay in advance. My biggest tip would be DO NOT PRE BOOK BREAKFAST WHEN YOU BOOK PAY WHEN YOU GET THERE IT IS HALF PRICE, it is welll worth the price, unlimited tea and coffee and toast, cereal and a help your self hot breakfast buffet with good quality bacon and sausage.

If you are planning on sightseeing you can purchase a daily bus ticket for 6.90 from the shop next to the hotel, this is well worth getting, you can get on and off public buses for one day, we used it to go the guinness storehouse and around o'connell street. Saved a lot of walking.

If you want a pint in a traditional pub there is one just down from hotel called Padraig Pearse, cheap, good pint and footabll shown all week, Temple bar was nice but expensive 10 euro for a pint and a half!! We found ourselves coming back to the Padraig as it was a nice trad pub and only 6.50euro for a pint and half.

We met a tour guide in a pub down the road from hotel called Lombards, he was really helpfull, martin was his name and he did say that if you visit the facebook page gary's dublin you can get lots of local knowledge and history.

Overall a really good hotel just a 10 - 15minute walk from Grafton Street, Dublin itself is a lovely city full of lovely buildings and lots of history but it is expensive.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 27, 2013

Hotel is well located, 20mins walk from Dame street. Check-in was speedy, the room was big, I had asked for a double room, recieved a room with 2 double beds. There was alot of stains on the carbe and the chairs, the carpet would need replacing, i felt uncomfortable walking on it in bare feet, The tall lamp in the room didn't function don't know if just wasn't working or the bulb had blew, you would imagine these things would be checked daily. The Television was old, and didn't have many channels. The heating was great in the room lovely and warm including the bathroom. Pleanty of shampoo and shower gel provided in the bathroom., Fairly good water pressure in the shower and was nice and hot. Nice bar looking out ionto the road located downstairs. I didn't have any food during my stay but it looked and smelled lovely as it was served to other guests. Based on the price i paid for the room I paid I would stay here again, personally the room wouldn't be worth anymore the €60.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled solo
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Thank thesphinx23
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