I wanted cheap, center of the city, and 3 nights.
I paid about $60 a night. They offer discounts for longer stays.
My top floor corner room was tiny, but worked out fine for my solo traveler needs. The noise of the city was annoying but I expected it and ear plugs were provided. My bed was average, not great, but I did sleep. I did feel safe.
The location was ideal for exploring Dublin by foot or mass transit and I was very happy with the amount of fun I had in 3 days.
In the future if I am staying longer or traveling with others I will use one of the Hilton, Marriott, IHG, or Club Carlson brands instead.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This hotel is located in a 19th-century building in Dublin’s Temple Bar district. It offers a 24-hour reception, comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi, an award-winning 4-floor bar and a nightclub.Guests can explore Dublin Castle and Trinity College, both are just a 5-minute walk away. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Henry and Grafton Street, Dublin’s premier shopping areas.Rooms at The Dublin Citi Hotel of Temple Bar have a warm or fresh décor. They feature a TV, ironing equipment and tea/coffee-making facilities. They include bathrooms with baths, showers and hairdryers. Dublin Citi Hotel has a partnership with Crunch Fitness in Temple Bar, which allows guests to enjoy complimentary access to the premises (GYM, POOL, SAUNA...) during their stay.The vibrant Trinity Bar has 3 bars, an all day bar menu and 22 screens showing live sporting events. It has regular music nights. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Trinity Arch Hotel