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Maldron Hotel Pearse Street

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Nice hotel in a quieter part of town. Close walking distance to lots of sights and activities.

The hotel was updated, clean, and a good size. The restaurant had decent food but the breakfast was lacking. The only other problem I had was that I found the mattress to not be very comfortable. Otherwise for the price it was a good hotel

We had a good time here. Staff was nice and accommodating. Hotel was clean and nice. The beds were kinda bouncy but we still managed to sleep well. The bathroom was very nice and renovated although the shower was a little confusing. We opted to pay in advance one morning (11euros adult/8 euros kid) for the buffet breakfast. It was ok. There were a lot of options but nothing was stand-out delicious, but it was very convenient and filled our bellies. For the price, this hotel did the trick and was very accommodating. I'm not sure I would rush to stay here again though, I might look for something more charming.

Bring wash cloths and conditioner if you're use to having these.

Dublin is not a big city but location of always important, this hotel is a twenty minute walk from temple bar, three minutes from liffey river, both walks are wonderful. Rooms with everything you could need.

Great location and very reasonably priced. Restaurant next door and a quick shop 2 doors away. Very close to the Pearse St Station.

The Pros: The hotel is located 15-20 minute walk or a 6-8 minute bus ride contingent on traffic. Location was the deciding factor in my reservation. The room was very clean and housekeeping maintained its cleanliness daily. The staff was pleasant and helpful. The Cons: Other than a local pub and a small grocery store, there were no food options or restaurants nearby. We did not purchase any meals from the hotel because it was a bit out of my budget. The room should've included a microwave and or a small fridge. An icemaker on every floor would've been useful. There were no activities and events on site.

The hotel was clean, nice and comfortable. The only drawback is rooms on the front of the hotel can be noisy due to the busy road outside and late night revelers in the hallways. It is a bit out of the central part of Dublin, closer to the Docklands area.

There seems to be a lot of confusion as to "Where" the Maldron is, as the cab driver took us to the Clayton Hotel. The room at the Maldron Hotel was great. However the customer service wasn't good, and we were left to struggle with our baggage on our own. Also no clear directions were given as to how to find our room. This led to us wandering the halls looking for our room while carrying heavy baggage.

Staff was very friendly and accommodating (e.g., let us register and move into the room early since our flight arrived early morning). Recently refurbished rooms are very nice, though one street-facing window was missing weather stripping, which let in noise. Staff was receptive to the feedback. Lobby and restaurant were under reconstruction, and also a little noisy, which we didn't know before booking, but relocated temporary restaurant/bar served a very good dinner. Location convenient to Grand Canal Dock area and a reasonable walk to Grafton Street/Trinity College, etc., as well as Temple Bar.

Hotel is comfortable, clean. They have modernized the hotel. Nice finishes. Food not great - but a good hotel to stay in and lots of eateries around. Would recommend.

Room options

Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Quadruple Room

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Maldron Hotel Pearse Street

Everyone (9) Business (1) Family (1)
4

nice hotel

Everyone

Nice hotel in a quieter part of town. Close walking distance to lots of sights and activities.

By on Aug 23, 2017

4

good hotel

Everyone

The hotel was updated, clean, and a good size. The restaurant had decent food but the breakfast was lacking. The only other problem I had was that I found the mattress to not be very comfortable. Otherwise for the price it was a good hotel

By , from Chicago, IL on Jun 7, 2017

3

nice stay in dublin, near trinity college

Everyone

We had a good time here. Staff was nice and accommodating. Hotel was clean and nice. The beds were kinda bouncy but we still managed to sleep well. The bathroom was very nice and renovated although the shower was a little confusing. We opted to pay in advance one morning (11euros adult/8 euros kid) for the buffet breakfast. It was ok. There were a lot of options but nothing was stand-out delicious, but it was very convenient and filled our bellies. For the price, this hotel did the trick and was very accommodating. I'm not sure I would rush to stay here again though, I might look for something more charming.

By , from Richmond, VA on Apr 19, 2017

Review comment responded on May 22, 2017

Hi Jess, Thank you for taking the time to write your review on your recent stay with us. I have taken all your comments on board and passed them on to the relevant department heads. I really do hope you will stay with us again in the not so distant future. Regards, Trevor Smith

4

clean and great location

Everyone

Bring wash cloths and conditioner if you're use to having these.

By on Mar 23, 2017

4

good quality-price

Everyone

Dublin is not a big city but location of always important, this hotel is a twenty minute walk from temple bar, three minutes from liffey river, both walks are wonderful. Rooms with everything you could need.

By , from Cáceres on Feb 7, 2017

5

very nice hotel close to downtown

Everyone

Great location and very reasonably priced. Restaurant next door and a quick shop 2 doors away. Very close to the Pearse St Station.

By , from New Britain, CT on Jan 15, 2017

3

good location for dublin's city centre

Everyone

The Pros: The hotel is located 15-20 minute walk or a 6-8 minute bus ride contingent on traffic. Location was the deciding factor in my reservation. The room was very clean and housekeeping maintained its cleanliness daily. The staff was pleasant and helpful. The Cons: Other than a local pub and a small grocery store, there were no food options or restaurants nearby. We did not purchase any meals from the hotel because it was a bit out of my budget. The room should've included a microwave and or a small fridge. An icemaker on every floor would've been useful. There were no activities and events on site.

By , from The Bronx, NYC on Jul 11, 2016

3
Everyone

The hotel was clean, nice and comfortable. The only drawback is rooms on the front of the hotel can be noisy due to the busy road outside and late night revelers in the hallways. It is a bit out of the central part of Dublin, closer to the Docklands area.

By on May 6, 2016

3

nice hotel but customer service needs improvement

Everyone

There seems to be a lot of confusion as to "Where" the Maldron is, as the cab driver took us to the Clayton Hotel. The room at the Maldron Hotel was great. However the customer service wasn't good, and we were left to struggle with our baggage on our own. Also no clear directions were given as to how to find our room. This led to us wandering the halls looking for our room while carrying heavy baggage.

By on Apr 28, 2016

4

great staff - but lots of construction

Families

Staff was very friendly and accommodating (e.g., let us register and move into the room early since our flight arrived early morning). Recently refurbished rooms are very nice, though one street-facing window was missing weather stripping, which let in noise. Staff was receptive to the feedback. Lobby and restaurant were under reconstruction, and also a little noisy, which we didn't know before booking, but relocated temporary restaurant/bar served a very good dinner. Location convenient to Grand Canal Dock area and a reasonable walk to Grafton Street/Trinity College, etc., as well as Temple Bar.

By on Sep 20, 2015