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The Morgan

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Very friendly staff & great location. Good hotel room.

The Morgan has a great location in Temple Bar. An easy walk to the center of Dublin, Trinity campus, and shopping areas. The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful. Our room was quiet and comfortable. Very clean. Decor is "funky" contemporary and a bit different but it will put a smile on your face. We didn't eat there so I can't rate the restaurant.

Stayed at this hotel from 5/18/17 - 5/21/17. The hotel is in a great location - we walked everywhere. However at night it is EXTREMELY loud - we had to keep our windows open since it was somewhat warm and there is no air conditioning and its as if the music and partying are happening in your room. The noise only improves slightly if you close the windows. Our group had 4 total rooms and they all experienced the same thing. Rooms are nice, but need updating. The carpeting isn't commercial grade so it felt somewhat dirty. Our safe didn't work either. Water pressure is fantastic, but the temperature doesn't stay consistent. Front desk staff is nice, but somewhat incompetent. One told us breakfast was included, but the next morning when we went to eat they told us it wasn't. When I called to have the safe fixed, they said they would send someone, but no one came. Overall it was okay, but I wouldn't stay here again.

This hotel is close to everything, BUT, this hotel turns into a dance club, so if you're staying as a guest, be prepared for thumping sounds of base, and early morning drunks.

Hotel located in the heart of the hip Temple Bar area. Near to the Irish Rock Music Museum, Trinity College, etc. Tremendous noise at night, especially from the hotel's club (the complimentary ear plugs were a tip-off of what was to come in the evening). Spacious room, especially for Dublin, particularly the bathroom. Nice amenities although breakfast was weak when compared to other hotels I stayed at in Dublin. Would've been willing to overlook noise except for the front desk staff. Found them condescending, unhelpful and borderline rude (except the staffer from Spain), both on check-in, check-out and in between. Had to ask them four times to order a taxi, even though they were not busy and kept telling me they had called (taxi company had no record of calls). Ended up getting a taxi myself, and as a result nearly missed my flight due to the delay. Would think twice about staying there again, especially since there are other nice options in the general area. As for recommending the hotel overall, I marked yes but it's with an asterisk since "maybe" is not an option.

Very suitable for a short or long stay in Dublin as it is so centrally located. Clean, modern/quirky décor but pleasing. Nice touches like good coffee in the room, and also apples. My only complaint is that I am not a fan of the subdued lighting in the halls and elevator. Need to brighten it up more for my taste.

Excellent. Staff were knowledgable and helpful. Room was great and bed was super comfy. Get a room at the rear, the front is very noisy given the vicinity of multiple pubs and temple bar area Great restaurants in area, try Fish Shack on Parliament St. Would return any time.

Funky decor and cool vibe in an amazing location at Temple Bar. Staff was just lovely and the gym around the corner was equally funky and fun. Our room overlooked the street and it gets loud with windows open (it was end of August). They kindly provide earplugs and that plus the fan in the room worked for us, although I am still singing Whiskey in a Jar in my head along with all of the street performers. Our kids had a room in the back and theirs was quiet. Breakfast was great and location is a dream. I would return there for sure.

Beautiful decor. Nice staff. But like having a DJ in your room. The music was all night. Was able to sleep one hour before flight. Stayed one night only so I was lucky.

I lived in Dublin for four years and was back for a week on business/pleasure. For the core business part of the trip I chose to stay in The Morgan, for two nights. Believe me, as a former "local," I "know better" than to stay in Temple Bar. It can be way too loud and crazy. But for a two night weeknight stay it was totally calm. My main worry was the noise, nonetheless, but it was fine. My room faced a side lane and I left the window open one night, to no bother. The windows are super insulated so you'd not really have trouble if they are shut. The bar downstairs was not an issue either. The room, bed, bath were all high quality and comfortable. I had a fine breakfast. The service was a bit unfriendly but since it is a buffet it did not really matter. The restaurant table/chair proportions were off (table too high for using my computer), but better at the counter height table.

This hotel is located right in the heart of temple bar, the night life is great and you can walk everywhere!

We spent a couple nights here, and were very pleased with the location. The hotel itself is located centrally, and has a nice bar with fun cocktails and a young vibe downstairs. The room was small, but very clean. I suppose the hotel could be pretty noisy, as the bar downstairs is popular for guests of the hotel and Dubliners as well, and they play a pretty loud, modern, mix of music. Our stay included access to the Crunch gym around the corner, which was a fun perk. It is a unique, gothic type of gym housed in an old building. It has a small pool and steam room and sauna in the basement.

For a weekend stay, this hotel is in a perfect place. It is walking distance from all the sights in Dublin. The staff were very pleasant and helpful.

The Morgan is a boutique hotel in the midst of the busy Temple Bar District. If you do not mind noise coming from the street until 3 am and want a central location, this is the hotel for you. Ask for a room on a high floor, or in the back. Overall a good value. Very friendly staff, especially at the front desk, and excellent housekeeping services. The hotel is showing its wear and is starting to look a bit dated, compared to the newcomers on the hip Dublin hotel scene. Anyway, definitely worth a recommmendation

Had a slight issue at checkin about a room bring ready when it wasn't. Staff was great and issue was resolved. Would return.

Had a great stay at The Morgan. There was a small issue with my first room but the staff dealt with it promptly and in a 5 star way. Would stay again. Location is great if you want to experience Temple Bar and surrounding area.

Although right in Temple Bar, The Morgan Hotel is sound proof. Overall very quiet inside and easy to sleep. It's expensive but I would easily stay there again.

The Morgan is a very kitchy, trendy hotel, location in the hip area of Temple Bar. The staff were excellent. The room was very cute and trendy and comfortable. My only problem was that the room and hotel were incredibly LOUD till about 3:30am when the club closed, so you have to be aware of that, especially on a Friday/Saturday night.

If you are looking for a place that is where the party is...this is the place for you. It's right in temple bar which is nice but it's party central. We didn't have air conditioning (which would have been nice to know before hand) so we had to keep our windows open all night and you could hear the people partying all hours of the night which made it difficult to sleep. The staff was very nice.

great location right in the heart of temple bar within easy walking distance to Grafton Street shopping, St stephens green and all the main attractions Dublin has to offer. Rooms were clean, staff was very responsive and helpful. I upgraded to a king suite in the quiet section of the hotel and it was very quiet indeed! I was concerned about noise from the raucous Temple Bar and we barely heard any noise at all during our stay. Was a pleasant stay! The room was large especially by European standards, bathroom had a full bath as well which was nice. The only complaint I had was that the hotel charges for every little thing! do not use the mini bar unless you are asolutley dying of thirst or starving, was very expensive! Oh and they charged me 20 Euro for requesting a late check out (20 Euro for 2 hours) which I thought was a bit excessive, they could have comped me the 2 hours since I had just dropped a decent penny to stay at their hotel. Other than that, I would recommend this hotel.

10 Fleet Street Temple Bar Dublin Dublin

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Ha' Penny Bridge and Trinity College
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Business center

Located in Temple Bar, The Morgan is next to popular attractions like Ha' Penny Bridge and Trinity College. This 129-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. The Book of Kells and O'Connell Bridge are also a short walk from this Dublin hotel.


Dining

Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.


Rooms

The Morgan's 129 rooms are heated and provide electric kettles, safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels and pay movies. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Rooms also include desks.


Property features

Guests of The Morgan enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 5 meeting rooms, and a business center. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a terrace, laundry facilities, and barbecue grills.

Room options

Standard Double Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for The Morgan

Everyone (9) Couples (4) Business (1) Family (1) Other (4) Friends (1)
5
Everyone

Very friendly staff & great location. Good hotel room.

By on Jun 27, 2017

5

great dublin location in temple bar

Everyone

The Morgan has a great location in Temple Bar. An easy walk to the center of Dublin, Trinity campus, and shopping areas. The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful. Our room was quiet and comfortable. Very clean. Decor is "funky" contemporary and a bit different but it will put a smile on your face. We didn't eat there so I can't rate the restaurant.

By , from Boston on May 31, 2017

3

great location, but extremely loud

Everyone

Stayed at this hotel from 5/18/17 - 5/21/17. The hotel is in a great location - we walked everywhere. However at night it is EXTREMELY loud - we had to keep our windows open since it was somewhat warm and there is no air conditioning and its as if the music and partying are happening in your room. The noise only improves slightly if you close the windows. Our group had 4 total rooms and they all experienced the same thing. Rooms are nice, but need updating. The carpeting isn't commercial grade so it felt somewhat dirty. Our safe didn't work either. Water pressure is fantastic, but the temperature doesn't stay consistent. Front desk staff is nice, but somewhat incompetent. One told us breakfast was included, but the next morning when we went to eat they told us it wasn't. When I called to have the safe fixed, they said they would send someone, but no one came. Overall it was okay, but I wouldn't stay here again.

By on May 22, 2017

2

nice hotel, central to everything. but...

Everyone

This hotel is close to everything, BUT, this hotel turns into a dance club, so if you're staying as a guest, be prepared for thumping sounds of base, and early morning drunks.

By on May 22, 2017

3

great location, noisy, mediocre staff attitude.

Everyone

Hotel located in the heart of the hip Temple Bar area. Near to the Irish Rock Music Museum, Trinity College, etc. Tremendous noise at night, especially from the hotel's club (the complimentary ear plugs were a tip-off of what was to come in the evening). Spacious room, especially for Dublin, particularly the bathroom. Nice amenities although breakfast was weak when compared to other hotels I stayed at in Dublin. Would've been willing to overlook noise except for the front desk staff. Found them condescending, unhelpful and borderline rude (except the staffer from Spain), both on check-in, check-out and in between. Had to ask them four times to order a taxi, even though they were not busy and kept telling me they had called (taxi company had no record of calls). Ended up getting a taxi myself, and as a result nearly missed my flight due to the delay. Would think twice about staying there again, especially since there are other nice options in the general area. As for recommending the hotel overall, I marked yes but it's with an asterisk since "maybe" is not an option.

By , from Texas on May 1, 2017

4

modern, clean, very convenient location

Everyone

Very suitable for a short or long stay in Dublin as it is so centrally located. Clean, modern/quirky décor but pleasing. Nice touches like good coffee in the room, and also apples. My only complaint is that I am not a fan of the subdued lighting in the halls and elevator. Need to brighten it up more for my taste.

By on Apr 21, 2017

5

lovely hotel, great helpful staff. excellent locat

Everyone

Excellent. Staff were knowledgable and helpful. Room was great and bed was super comfy. Get a room at the rear, the front is very noisy given the vicinity of multiple pubs and temple bar area Great restaurants in area, try Fish Shack on Parliament St. Would return any time.

By , from toronto on Sep 8, 2016

5

groovy hotel in great location

Families

Funky decor and cool vibe in an amazing location at Temple Bar. Staff was just lovely and the gym around the corner was equally funky and fun. Our room overlooked the street and it gets loud with windows open (it was end of August). They kindly provide earplugs and that plus the fan in the room worked for us, although I am still singing Whiskey in a Jar in my head along with all of the street performers. Our kids had a room in the back and theirs was quiet. Breakfast was great and location is a dream. I would return there for sure.

By , from Brooklyn, NY on Sep 6, 2016

1

sleepless in ireland

Everyone

Beautiful decor. Nice staff. But like having a DJ in your room. The music was all night. Was able to sleep one hour before flight. Stayed one night only so I was lucky.

By on Sep 5, 2016

5

surprisingly good for a business trip

Everyone

I lived in Dublin for four years and was back for a week on business/pleasure. For the core business part of the trip I chose to stay in The Morgan, for two nights. Believe me, as a former "local," I "know better" than to stay in Temple Bar. It can be way too loud and crazy. But for a two night weeknight stay it was totally calm. My main worry was the noise, nonetheless, but it was fine. My room faced a side lane and I left the window open one night, to no bother. The windows are super insulated so you'd not really have trouble if they are shut. The bar downstairs was not an issue either. The room, bed, bath were all high quality and comfortable. I had a fine breakfast. The service was a bit unfriendly but since it is a buffet it did not really matter. The restaurant table/chair proportions were off (table too high for using my computer), but better at the counter height table.

By , from Boston, MA on May 3, 2016