Temple Bar Hotels
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The Morgan

The Morgan Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Morgan is a boutique hotel located in Temple Bar, the "cultural quarter" and nightlife center in Dublin. The all-white rooms have comfortable beds and crisp linens, and are complete with modern bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and electric kettles. To some, the pops of color and animal prints will feel chic, while others may not find the style to their taste. The Penthouse Suite has a large balcony and is often rented out for events. There is no gym (though the hotel does provide free passes to facilities down the street) or spa and in-room Wi-Fi comes at an additional fee, but the hotel is home to a popular neighborhood bar serving a small tapas menu and cocktails. Families might want to look beyond this hip spot as some guests complain about noise on the weekends and bathroom doors are simply frosted glass, not providing much privacy.

Paramount Hotel

Paramount Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 64-room Paramount Hotel is located in the popular Temple Bar area, the "cultural quarter" of Dublin known for its nightlife. This mid-range hotel has 64 spacious rooms with dark wood accents, sepia-toned framed photographs, and flat-screen TVs. The decor is influenced by 1930s style and includes nice touches such as plush headboards. Some rooms have balconies and all rooms have electric kettles, a safe, and free Wi-Fi. Hotel amenities include a restaurant and a nightclub open until 3 am. Guests on lower floors often complain about street noise.

Arlington Hotel Temple Bar

Arlington Hotel Temple Bar Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 63-room Arlington hotel is a good value option in Temple Bar, Dublin's popular cultural and nightlife center. Rooms are generic but spacious, and offer small flat-screen TVs and electric kettles. Bathrooms are clean, but some are a little cramped. Beyond the basic rooms, there is an on-site restaurant and pub, Legends, that hosts Celtic dancers every night and serves a reasonably priced three-course meal. There are few extras here -- no fitness center or spa, and Internet is an additional fee -- but the hotel is a good deal for the location.

Temple Bar Hotel

Temple Bar Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Temple Bar Hotel is a mid-sized option in the middle of Dublin's busiest, most energetic district. The 129 rooms are a decent size with basic decor and flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, duvets, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has a restaurant -- that serves a hearty Irish breakfast -- two bars, and a nightclub. A variety of pubs and clubs and are on the doorstep of this hotel, making street noise an issue. Temple Bar is well known for nightlife, but this cultural quarter of Dublin is also home to great markets, shopping, and galleries. While decor is slightly outdated, this clean, central hotel offers good value in Dublin.

Dublin Citi Hotel

Dublin Citi Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Dublin Citi Hotel is a small, 27-room property with a very convenient location. Bright rooms are on the small side, with duvets, electric kettles, and bathrooms with shower/tub combos. This hotel has few amenities, with no lobby and small tube TVs in some rooms. The bar downstairs feels much more polished and is a popular spot for nightlife. As a result, the hotel leaves out earplugs for guests on arrival -- it can get pretty noisy on weekends. However, Wi-Fi is free and the location is convenient for exploring Temple Bar and other south side attractions.

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Locations

  • Temple Bar
  • Ballsbridge
  • Bantry
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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