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Temple Bar Inn

3.0 out of 5.0

Temple Bar Inn

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Very nice inn, recently renovated and is very clean inside. The breakfast is amazing and worth the extra moneu.

Perfect location. Everything was very modern and cute. Love the overall atmosphere. Only thing to meantion was we had some very sunny days and our room got pretty warm and didnt cool down, they dont have ac.

We enjoyed our stay at the Temple Bar Inn. I will say the rooms are much smaller than where we stayed our last trip but this is expected when staying in Temple Bar where space is premium. Staff were very friendly and accommodating. You can walk everywhere in Dublin from this spot which is why we booked there. I will say to ask for a room not on Fleet St as the music and partiers get quite liud if you open your window. That or ask for war plugs. The gym is very nice as well. All.in all, a great stay if you want to be closer to everything.

Everything was perfect very clean friendly staff couldnt ask for anything better

Beautiful hotel! Great experience! Better than we anticipated.

Overall this hotel was great . Location was excellent ,5-10 minuets walking distance to main spots. We got a room facing the Main Street so the noice was a little bit high but we were well aware that that could happened because of the hotel’s location , many pubs in the same street. Rooms are small but they have all u need . Staff very friendly and helpful. Complementary tea, coffee and biscuits . Has access to an indoor pool and gym .

Great hotel and great staff. The room was very noisy at night due to facing the street, but it didn’t bother me. The only issue was the lack of power outlets in the room.

The hotel location is great. The rooms are very small. You can barely move or walk around. There is no ac so you need the windows open or else you will sweat to death. Unfortunately the street is so loud you can’t sleep with them open. Staff was polite. Everything was clean. Just incredibly noisy.

Easy to get to, they accommodate our every need. We arrived early and they kept our luggage so we could adventure out to the sights. Room was warm, but they supplied us with fans. Our child was there studying with a abroad study program, so we had a wonderful time with visiting and doing the tours of the great city. A huge (A++) from this family.

We were only in Dublin for one day as we were simply stopping over on our way to other parts of Europe. We arrived to Dublin at 4:45AM and go to the hotel by 6AM. The person at reception was very helpful and was able to get us into a room shortly after we arrived even though check-in wasn't until 2 or 3PM. The room was small (expected for Europe) but the bed was comfy. However, the room can get a little stuffy if you take a really hot shower, but I turned on the oscillating fan and the room cooled down pretty fast. Also, the shampoo, conditioner, and body wash smelled heavenly! The hotel was close to public transportation and the AirLink stop, which takes you to and from the airport. It's in a pretty popular area and walking distance to main attractions, lots of shops, restaurants, and bars. Check-out was easy and there also free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate across from the concierge desk. Overall, I would stay here again and would recommend to others

stayed for a week at The Temple Bar Inn. It was noisy as all the posts warn, but not so bad. We had a "courtyard" facing room and heard the slot machines in the evening (and Bingo if we made it back early!) but it wasn't so bad (yes, we had the windows open). The breakfast options were amazing, but a bit overpriced for our budget so we ate there only once for breakfast (only meal offered in-house). My husband loved the access to a coffee/cappuccino machine and stopped every day for a mid-day pick-me-up before we took off again for other places. The bed was comfortable and the shower/toilet nice, but we had an issue trying to stash our luggage an unpack clothes. Space was limited so our stay of a week was more to manage with clothing and such. We watched TV for a bit one night and I can understand wanting to control the volume, but we couldn't hear the TV until Bingo was finished. The outside noise was louder than we could make the TV (which again I can see the need to do if everyone wanted to watch TV during high traffic times on the streets). The Temple Bar area was really busy too, which was amazing for access to everything Dublin, but we found it not as welcoming as other neighborhoods (which we sought out for meals and music).

Ultra cool hotel just a block from the heart of Temple Bar, and right around the corner from Trinity College. You can’t beat the location. Rooms were a little on the small side, but you’re never in there anyways, so it doesn’t matter much. The bathroom was huge with a fantastic shower. There’s a safe and fridge in the room as well, which both came in very handy. If I return to Dublin, I would definitely stay here again

Amazing! The staff was amazing!! I loved it!! It was clean, centrally located, and very comfortable

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!

40-47 Fleet Street Dublin

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from The Book of Kells and Trinity College
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Concierge services
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in City Centre Dublin, Temple Bar Inn is next to popular attractions like The Book of Kells and Trinity College. This 100-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with in-room amenities like refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers.


Dining

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


Rooms

A plasma TV comes with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a minibar, and a coffee maker.


Property features

Temple Bar Inn features free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a computer station. Self parking is offered for EUR 19 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with luggage storage, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a terrace, and a TV in a common area.

Room options

Classic Quadruple Room

Twin 4 | Sleeps 4

Double Room (Economy)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Classic Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Temple Bar Inn

Everyone (22) Couples (9) Business (2) Family (5) Other (2) Friends (1)
5
Families Friends

Very nice inn, recently renovated and is very clean inside. The breakfast is amazing and worth the extra moneu.

By on May 31, 2019

4
Families

Perfect location. Everything was very modern and cute. Love the overall atmosphere. Only thing to meantion was we had some very sunny days and our room got pretty warm and didnt cool down, they dont have ac.

By on Apr 26, 2019

5
Families

We enjoyed our stay at the Temple Bar Inn. I will say the rooms are much smaller than where we stayed our last trip but this is expected when staying in Temple Bar where space is premium. Staff were very friendly and accommodating. You can walk everywhere in Dublin from this spot which is why we booked there. I will say to ask for a room not on Fleet St as the music and partiers get quite liud if you open your window. That or ask for war plugs. The gym is very nice as well. All.in all, a great stay if you want to be closer to everything.

By on Feb 16, 2019

5
Partner Couples

Everything was perfect very clean friendly staff couldnt ask for anything better

By on Feb 16, 2019

4
Everyone

By on Nov 17, 2018

5
Everyone

By on Nov 4, 2018

5
Everyone

Beautiful hotel! Great experience! Better than we anticipated.

By , from WI on Sep 20, 2018

4
Everyone

Overall this hotel was great . Location was excellent ,5-10 minuets walking distance to main spots. We got a room facing the Main Street so the noice was a little bit high but we were well aware that that could happened because of the hotel’s location , many pubs in the same street. Rooms are small but they have all u need . Staff very friendly and helpful. Complementary tea, coffee and biscuits . Has access to an indoor pool and gym .

By on Sep 19, 2018

4
Everyone

Great hotel and great staff. The room was very noisy at night due to facing the street, but it didn’t bother me. The only issue was the lack of power outlets in the room.

By on Sep 16, 2018

3
Everyone

The hotel location is great. The rooms are very small. You can barely move or walk around. There is no ac so you need the windows open or else you will sweat to death. Unfortunately the street is so loud you can’t sleep with them open. Staff was polite. Everything was clean. Just incredibly noisy.

By on Jul 14, 2018