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Temple Bar Inn

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This is what I would call a boutique hotel were it in NYC. Small rooms, few amenities, parking a hassle and a very busy and noisy neighborhood in the evenings. Very nice but pricey breakfast buffett, with 15 Euros for hot entrees (Bangers, bacon, eggs, etc.) and cold for 10 Euros....large selection of fruits, pastries, cereals, nuts and juices. Coffee, lattes, tea, etc is complimentary with both. Oh yea, cold stuff is included in the 15EU price.

Nice. Right in the middle of everything. Walked to DART; €7 cab to train station (walked back) A little loud late at night, but I would imagine a room not fronting the street should help. If it's still too loud, you're probably not interested in being 2 blocks from Temple Bar to begin with

I go to Dublin every 3 months and try not to,stay in the Temple Bar area because of the crowds and noise, however I must say that getting away from the area is a walk around the corner , and the one good thing about the area is that is so close to everything that you want to see and do. I’d stay there again for sure . Super nice staff , very clean rooms with a mini fridge! Bonus! Thank you for making my stay a very enjoyable one !

Perfect location but tiny room. The lobby is huge with nice tea and coffee and pastries in the afternoon. The room was small as typical in boutique hotels and the first night there was an odor in the bathroom which was corrected by hotel staff as well as a curtain rod problem. Hotel staff were very prompt in answering questions and fixing things. Location is perfect as it is right in the heart of everything and easy walking.

Friendly-staff, free gym around corner, convenient to everything!

Located in the heart of Temple Bar, close to the Liffey and the heart of Dublin. "Inn" style, rooms are small, services are limited. No bar and restaurant is limited to breakfast.

Checked into dirty room, waited 3 hours for a different one. Toilet completely stopped working for 2 days. Tv didn't work throughout the stay. Housekeeping made beds but did nothing else

stayed a couple of nights, the hotel is nice and clean and the staff are great. the street noise was a bit much but didn't ruin my sleep. construction, traffic, and loud people noises if you're a light sleeper. great hotel tho for the price, in the middle of everything and very walkable

I booked based on the reviews even though other places in the area were less expensive. The room was really small, the bathroom sink didn't drain and there was mold on 1 of the pillow cases. The bathroom sink was small so we couldn't let the water run to get warm water since it wouldn't drain and would have overflowed. I wouldn't stay here again.

Staff was very helpful, room was comfortable and clean, a bit small though

Great location for night life and sight seeing. Room was surprisingly quiet. Expensive for the amount of time we were in it.

Stayed two nights and had a wonderful time! Great room with nice bathroom. Very clean and modern/fun looking.

We really enjoyed the hotel. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The rooms were cozy and quite comfy. The location on Fleet Street was convenient to all Temple Bar has to offer. Might be a bit noisy depending on where your room faces, since there are several clubs that stay open until the wee hours of the morning. Would definitely recommend this hotel!

Didn't realize there was a pool and work out facilities, always a plus! Great location, beautiful décor and friendly, helpful staff.

Great Location!! Temple bar for tourist is a wonderful location. Small rooms, but the location makes up for it.

After running the Connemarathon I spent my last couple of days in Ireland at the Temple Bar Inn. The location was amazing right in the heart of Temple Bar. They had the best WiFi out of all the hotels i stayed at in Ireland. The drain was clogged in the shower so I contacted the front desk and they had it fixed right away. The staff was very friendly and advised me on the best tours to take. One of the only real down sides was the fact that there was a casino next door and you could hear the slot machines when the window to the room was open.

Staff was very nice and helpful. I will stay here again when in Ireland again. Loved the location and the staff. Rooms were great!!

within walking distance to great pubs, restaurants and sites.

Was a good hotel, clean and cozy! Was at the hotel during bank holiday and the noise was a little much to try to sleep. The hotel is well guarded and very friendly staff.

Room way to hot, would have liked a breakfast included. Otherwise good stay.

40-47 Fleet Street Dublin

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Trinity College and The Book of Kells
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Indoor pool
  • Fitness center

Located in Temple Bar, Temple Bar Inn is next to popular attractions like Trinity College and The Book of Kells. This 100-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an indoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. It's in central Dublin and also a short walk from Ha' Penny Bridge and O'Connell Bridge.


Dining

Start your day off with full breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

The 100 rooms have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Plasma TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Safes, phones, and desks are also standard.


Property features

At Temple Bar Inn, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for EUR 15 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, a computer station, and free newspapers.

Room options

Classic Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Classic Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Classic Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Temple Bar Inn

Everyone (12) Couples (7) Business (2) Family (2) Other (2) Friends (1)
3

four nights on the old sod

Families

This is what I would call a boutique hotel were it in NYC. Small rooms, few amenities, parking a hassle and a very busy and noisy neighborhood in the evenings. Very nice but pricey breakfast buffett, with 15 Euros for hot entrees (Bangers, bacon, eggs, etc.) and cold for 10 Euros....large selection of fruits, pastries, cereals, nuts and juices. Coffee, lattes, tea, etc is complimentary with both. Oh yea, cold stuff is included in the 15EU price.

By , from Upstate NY on Oct 26, 2017

5

right in the middle of everything.

Everyone

Nice. Right in the middle of everything. Walked to DART; €7 cab to train station (walked back) A little loud late at night, but I would imagine a room not fronting the street should help. If it's still too loud, you're probably not interested in being 2 blocks from Temple Bar to begin with

By , from jersey city, nj on Oct 7, 2017

5

new boutique hotel in temple bar

Everyone
The river Liffey Temple Bar On fleet St. Where Temple Bar is Across the bridge from Temple Bar

I go to Dublin every 3 months and try not to,stay in the Temple Bar area because of the crowds and noise, however I must say that getting away from the area is a walk around the corner , and the one good thing about the area is that is so close to everything that you want to see and do. I’d stay there again for sure . Super nice staff , very clean rooms with a mini fridge! Bonus! Thank you for making my stay a very enjoyable one !

By , from Winnipeg, Mb. Canada on Oct 5, 2017

4

perfect location in tiny boutique room

Everyone

Perfect location but tiny room. The lobby is huge with nice tea and coffee and pastries in the afternoon. The room was small as typical in boutique hotels and the first night there was an odor in the bathroom which was corrected by hotel staff as well as a curtain rod problem. Hotel staff were very prompt in answering questions and fixing things. Location is perfect as it is right in the heart of everything and easy walking.

By , from Columbus Ohio on Sep 14, 2017

5

nice hotel right in temple bar district

Everyone

Friendly-staff, free gym around corner, convenient to everything!

By on Aug 23, 2017

4

temple bar location

Everyone

Located in the heart of Temple Bar, close to the Liffey and the heart of Dublin. "Inn" style, rooms are small, services are limited. No bar and restaurant is limited to breakfast.

By , from Boston, MA on Jul 10, 2017

2

in the city, short walks

Everyone

Checked into dirty room, waited 3 hours for a different one. Toilet completely stopped working for 2 days. Tv didn't work throughout the stay. Housekeeping made beds but did nothing else

By , from D on Mar 29, 2017

4

nice hotel, noisy area

Everyone

stayed a couple of nights, the hotel is nice and clean and the staff are great. the street noise was a bit much but didn't ruin my sleep. construction, traffic, and loud people noises if you're a light sleeper. great hotel tho for the price, in the middle of everything and very walkable

By on Feb 22, 2017

3

too expensive for what you get.

Everyone

I booked based on the reviews even though other places in the area were less expensive. The room was really small, the bathroom sink didn't drain and there was mold on 1 of the pillow cases. The bathroom sink was small so we couldn't let the water run to get warm water since it wouldn't drain and would have overflowed. I wouldn't stay here again.

By on Jan 9, 2017

5

nice hotel great location

Everyone

Staff was very helpful, room was comfortable and clean, a bit small though

By , from seymour, indiana on Dec 28, 2016