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Abbey Hotel

Dublin, Ireland (DUB)

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Room & Rates
Deluxe Triple Room

Deluxe Triple Room

3 Twin Beds
194 sq feet (18 sq meters)

Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Private bathroom, bathtub or shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Standard Double or Twin Room

1 Twin Bed or 2 Twin Beds
65 sq feet (6 sq meters)

Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Private bathroom, bathtub or shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Family Room (Deluxe)

Family Room (Deluxe)

1 King Bed and 1 Twin Bed
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Private bathroom, bathtub or shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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10 Bed Dorm - Mixed (Shared bathroom)

1 Twin Bunk Bed
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Private bathroom, bathtub or shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Standard Double or Twin Room

Standard Double or Twin Room

1 Full Bed and 1 Twin Bed
194 sq feet (18 sq meters)

Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Private bathroom, bathtub or shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Standard Twin Room, 2 Single Beds

2 Twin Beds
65 sq feet (6 sq meters)

Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Private bathroom, bathtub or shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Abbey Hotel
52 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin, Ireland

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 21 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and coffee/tea makers.

Dining
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Abbey Hotel. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and coffee/tea in a common area.

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National Rating
Fáilte Ireland (The National Tourism Development Authority) assigns an official star rating for accommodations in Ireland. This Hotel property is rated 3 stars.

Know Before You Go

  • No pets and no service animals are allowed at this property.

Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for cooked-to-order breakfast: EUR 9.99 for adults and EUR 5.99 for children (approximately)
  • Rollaway beds are available for an additional fee

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Complimentary Coffee
  • Lounge/Bar
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 146 reviews
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Submitted on 04-05-2016
I surprised my fiancé to a night away and tickets to a concert so I was looking for somewhere not to expensive but in the city centre. This place was perfect! Right in The middle of everything and the Luas stops just a minute away. The hotel itself was clean, comfortable & staff were brilliant! A big shout out to barman Richie, we had a great laugh with him when we came back from the concert. (Remember if it's a boy Richie or a girl Regina! Our joke on the night) We will recommend this hotel to... Read more
from Bradenton
Submitted on 14-05-2016
Accommodations aren't bad but were pricey for what it is. Nice people at the reception when they are present. It says 24 hour reception desk, but at least 3 times over 10 hours we tried to contact someone there but couldn't. The hotel is close to many things but it borders on an area that is a little seedy. The closest 24 hour carpark is across the river--not too far, but a ways if you have suitcases. Be sure to note this and the reception desk if you have an early morning flight out of Dublin... Read more
from Burlington, Canada
Submitted on 22-05-2016
Older hotel but nice clean room (#306). A bit tight for 3 people i.e. not much room for 3 pieces of luggage. Well located: could walk to all major attractions. Good Irish breakfast but limited choices. Burnt light bulb replaced quickly. Friendly staff - printed boarding pass for us. Low water pressure for shower. Slow service at breakfast time. No jams the first 2 days even if mentioned to staff (weekend staff?) - Corrected right away on Monday morning when mentioned to staff; went out and bough... Read more
from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Submitted on 22-05-2016
Super quaint hotel, with new owners (as of the writing of this). In an older building, so the ambiance is outstanding. Rooms are comfortable and clean, and the service is great. It is adjacent to a great restaurant/pub, which is open just for hotel guests on Monday. The owners are super nice, and they will go out of their way to make your stay comfortable. Most important, it is located smack-dab in the middle of Dublin, with easy access to bus and tram lines, and a very short walk to all of the ... Read more
from Oslo, Norway
Submitted on 25-05-2016
We were a bit put back when we found the entrance, but getting inside we were surprised to find a real nice room. Nice and quiet with spacious bathroom and plenty hot water. Breakfast included in our room rate, and a great choice with full Irish breakfast (which could be halved to avoid waste of good food). The hotel is few minutes walk from Connell bridge and Temple Bar, so everything is easy to get to. Will highly recommend!
from Merseyside, United Kingdom
Submitted on 28-05-2016
As the title says, this is a basic hotel in a good location. Within walking distance of the temple bar area and main attractions. There is a tram stop which is just outside which was ideal for us as we were going to the Guinness Storehouse and Kilmainham Gaol. Reception staff were very helpful when needed. Good free WIFI connection from the rooms. We didn't have the breakfast included so cannot comment on that. Overall I would recommend this hotel for a short stay in Dublin.
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Submitted on 31-05-2016
Great little hotel just off O Connell street and five minutes walk from the Jervis Street Luas stop. Clean and modern hotel rooms and friendly efficient staff. Will definitely stay here again :) check in is not until 3pm but staff will take any luggage no problem.
from Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Submitted on 12-06-2016
For a '2 star' hotel, I think it was defiantly more 4 stars! Beds were so comfy, breakfast was perfect (could have done with a larger plate full) and it's central to the heart of Dublin! Will defiantly be back. They accommodated all 14 of us to perfectly! Pictures on their website don't do it justice!
from Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-06-2016
If you're looking for a one night stay in a central location and you book in advance to get a good rate then this is probably ideal. The reception area is a corridor with a hatch on the right as you walk in the main door, check in from 3pm no earlier and they will look after your baggage. Location was brilliant- just around the corner from Temple Bar, very central. The rooms are basic but the main thing is they're clean. The shower is very weak and I do think this was the only fault within th... Read more
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Submitted on 26-06-2016
Central locaion ,good pub next door Poor breakfast ; no choce in a room that is in great need of renovation nice people Do ot take a room on the main street, the isolation is bad and the air conditionning unit of the hudge building opposite ver noisy all time
from Ljubljana, Slovenia
Submitted on 29-06-2016
The hotel doors are not well marked and you can easily walk past them not noticing there is a hotel there. The entrance could be renovated and a bit more spacious. The rooms are ok, however some of them open directly to the main walking plaza. There could be at least blurry windows there, so you don't have to close the curtains in the middle of the day for some privacy. The cleaniness was ok, but could be better. Everything else was good. The brakfast was big and good. All in all way to pricy ... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-07-2016
In the sea of eye wateringly expensive hotels that is Dublin, this one is reasonably priced and value for money, although you get exactly what you pay for. Pros: central location, clean and comfortable room, well functioning bathroom, friendly staff. Cons: no air con so front rooms extremely noisy if you need the windows open (really noisy air con unit somewhere adjacent, and the luas trams are currently turning outside so go ding all the time); full breakfast service only from 8am, with very... Read more
from Glasgow, United Kingdom
Submitted on 09-07-2016
me and my friends stayed here last weekend during a stag do in Dublin and the hotel was great. location was excellent, not too far from O'Connell street which is near all the main bus stops to and from the airport. Near all the main shopping areas too. Its a short walk to all the main pub and club areas. If I was going back to Dublin I'd certainly stay there again. The only drawback is that there seems to be a rather popular nightclub a few doors down at the noise was quite loud on the Saturday ... Read more
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 13-07-2016
We stayed here in a family room for 3 nights is July 2016. The location is wonderful just a 5 minute walk from Temple Bar making it close enough to wonder too but further away so you aren't disturb by it. The room itself was nice, big kingsize and single bed were comfy and everything was clean.
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Submitted on 19-07-2016
We booked this hotel last minute as our original booking fell through- it was fate! staff were so friendly and funny from start to finish. Extremely clean, beds comfy (could of done with extra pillow), breakfast okay, hotel bar fab! loved it
from Phoenix, Arizona
Submitted on 21-07-2016
Cosy but clean room. Staff was AWESOME! Safe location and handy to everything important in downtown Dublin. And just in case you need another pint after a night at Temple Bar, the cheerful staff will happy pour you another..or two!
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Submitted on 23-07-2016
Highly recommend this place prices are very affordable rooms are lovely and close to everything. staff are great very friendly especially Richie part of the bar staff made everyone very welcome one of the funniest men you will ever meet.
from Reading, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-07-2016
This hotel is in a great location and only a few minutes from O'Connell Street. Its a bit hard to find as it is only a single door leading onto a corridor where the reception area is. The reception staff were very helpful and offered to look after our cases as our rooms were not quite ready. Our room (405) was on the top floor facing the back of the hotel. This was lucky as it was very warm and we were able to keep our windows open at night. The other part of our family had room 101 which f... Read more
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Submitted on 25-07-2016
The hotel is well located for all the local nightlife and restaurants. The breakfast is fantastic with really good quality ingredients. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Room was clean enough tho could be cleaner. On a very busy road so lots of traffic and tram noise tho we still managed a good nights sleep as beds really comfortable. Would definitely recommend
from Preston, United Kingdom
Submitted on 28-07-2016
This hotel is right in the centre of town and within walking distance of most attractions, it was a very friendly place with staff who were very helpful too. On the downside, our room was on a busy main road with traffic noises all through the night, if we kept the window closed the room was airless with no air conditioning only a fan, this was the only fault we could find. The Irish breakfast was delicious and really set us up for the day.
from Mallow, Ireland
Submitted on 06-08-2016
I recently stayed here with my daughter for one night. Very comfortable and safe. Spacious room and very clean. Staff very friendly and welcoming. The night porter was excellent. He made our breakfast early for us and made sure we got our tour bus outside the front door in the early morning.. Ideal if you are travelling with pab tours. The collection point is just next door.
from Tipperary, Ireland
Submitted on 10-08-2016
Very central hotel which is ideal for night out or shopping. Rooms are quite small but very clean. Although the staff are very pleasant and friendly there isn't enough of them, we were waiting at reception 20 minutes after ringing the bell 3 times before someone came to check us in. And again at Breakfast there was just one waitress covering the breakfast area the poor girl was run off her feet, she did her best too look after everyone and she should be highly commended for it but it's not goo... Read more
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 10-08-2016
From someone who has been born and raised in Dublin, going to hotels in Dublin isn't usually my thing. I had no idea where to book when my friends from the USA came to visit so I did some research. I came across this hotel and decided to book it for it's location. When my friends and I arrived at the hotel, we were really unsure as to what to expect. To my delight however, the hotel turned out to be a real treat. The staff were lovely and very accommodating. The rooms are bigger than you'd expec... Read more
from Sheffield, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-08-2016
This hotel is in a great location, close to temple bar just over the ha'penny bridge. There is a night club next door but we didn't hear it in the hotel. The staff are friendly and happily stored our bags the day we arrived and left. The rooms are spacious and even with 3 girls staying in a room we had plenty of space. BUT the one thing that really let the hotel down was the very dirty bathroom, I am fairly certain it had not been cleaned with lots of hairs on the walls, in the bath and sink. Br... Read more
from Durham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 19-08-2016
Just off O'Connell street - you could not get any more central. Tram stops just a few yards away. Rooms are clean & comfortable. Breakfast is huge and very yummy!! Staff are all really helpful and friendly and nothing was a problem. They booked us a taxi for the airport and kept our cases all day. Definitely stay here when we visit again.
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Submitted on 27-08-2016
After trying to contact management twice and being ignored both times I'm forced to write this review. I went up to Dublin with the intent of visiting a concert and unfortunately last minute it was cancelled (I understand this is not the hotels fault). Aware that the hotel was expecting us we decided to let them know we wouldn't be staying the night and hoped to work out a compromise that would benefit us both with the circumstances. Upon arriving we were greeted by a nice secretary that in fair... Read more
from Paris, France
Submitted on 04-09-2016
We stayed there one night as we were passing through Dublin, and I wouldn't have stayed another one, if you want to sleep your head against the fan of the a/c it's the perfect place to go!!! The room was ok, but the noise of the a/c outside was terrible and it must affect not only the room we were staying in but all the rooms on this courtyard.
from County Roscommon, Ireland
Submitted on 08-09-2016
I had such a lovely stay at this hotel. I was pleasantly surprised considering it is only a two star on trip advisor. Rooms were clean, not too small, bathroom was lovely and clean too. Wifi was very good. It's location is fantastic, especially if you are a tourist. I hadn't a single fault with my stay. The service was without a doubt it's best asset for me. Megan, in particular, went above and beyond for me. Photocopying, getting me an iron & thanks to my stupidity, is now posting my phone ch... Read more
from Koloa, Hawaii
Submitted on 15-09-2016
The Abbey Hotel was great for our family of 3. The staff were very friendly and helpful, allowing us to store bags there, and then to check in early. They offered a very roomy 1-bedroom apartment down the street. Breakfast was phenomenal -traditional Irish style. We could easily walk to all of the main attractions, including the GPO, Trinity College, St Patrick's cathedral, and the Guinness storehouse.
from Runcorn, United Kingdom
Submitted on 22-09-2016
Stayed for one night in room 406 on the fourth floor of the hotel in a luxury double room. The room was at the back of the building and was very quiet, it was spotlessly clean, a good size with a comfortable king size bed and also a single bed. The en suite was also a good size with a power shower. We didn't use the in- house bar and restaurant so I can'tcomment on that. The breakfast was well cooked and presented well and the waiting on staff were effecient and pleasant. The reception staf... Read more
from Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Submitted on 27-09-2016
We visited Dublin with a club of 27 persons. We stayed for three nights in the Abbey Hotel. The location of the Hotel is perfect. It canâ??t be better. Itâ??s very close (less then 5 minutes walk) to Trinity College, Temple Bar and so on. And nevertheless silent in the night. OK, itâ??s in the middle of a city but for this very silent. The rooms are clean and all what you need is in also in the bathroom. The space is OK and the beds are good. All what you need for a short trip to a city. The f... Read more
from Macclesfield, United Kingdom
Submitted on 04-10-2016
What a gem of a hotel! Very authentic, clean, cozy and friendly! There were 11 of us for a hen weekend and it couldn't of been more central! Perfect location, VERY reasonably priced. The Irish breakfast was always quick and delicious, very accommodating staff. Will definitely be staying again!
from Spangdahlem, Germany
Submitted on 11-10-2016
This was a quaint hotel. You can easily walk past it, not knowing it was there since it's tucked between shops and pubs. The room was nothing special, but it was nice to have a king sized bed. It was located in a great location, short walk from everywhere we wanted to go, including the Temple Bar area.
from Derry
Submitted on 17-10-2016
Stayed here for a few days with friends, this hotel is in an amazing location being less than a 5 minute walk from O'Connell street, for shopping and less than 10 minutes from Temple Bar. The rooms were basic, but a good size and clean. Breakfast was included in the price, but we didn't go down in the mornings. The only downside of the hotel I could mention, was that you have to "buzz in" at the main door. Although reception staff were there 24 hours, they could take some time opening the door... Read more
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Submitted on 21-10-2016
The walls are filthy. The baseboards are rotted. The carpets are matted with dirt. No sheets on the bed between comforter and bottom - and they do not replace comforter covers between stays. Noise from adjoining bars and clubs is abominable. Staff is indifferent. The only way it seems to survive is by preying on uninformed newcomers to Dublin who want to be near O'Connell street and those who do not want to sleep. Type of hotel that NYC removed from Times Square thirty years ago.
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Submitted on 22-10-2016
I stayed here for one night in October with my mum. The photos on the website look really nice and the hotel was alright but not exactly what I was expecting. I knew the hotel was above a pub but I don't think it can call itself a 4-star. The room was fine but the radiator wasn't working, I asked the staff to look at it, which they did, but they gave me no immediate solution. We decided to have dinner in the pub, the menu on the website has nothing to do with what was offered to us downstairs - ... Read more
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Submitted on 26-10-2016
Booked the Abbey Hotel based on positive reviews on here about a friendly welcome and good Irish breakfast. Thought the price was good for the location and the fact that it included breakfast was a plus. Upon checking in we were told our room number, given our key and asked if we had any questions. Friendly welcome obviously not from the guy that served us on that day. Room was okay, mould in the bathroom but clean and warm. When we went down for breakfast we were told we were room only and woul... Read more
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Submitted on 31-10-2016
The hotel is in a brilliant location and the staff were lovely.. but that's it's only upside. We stayed on Saturday night because my boyfriend was running the marathon on the Sunday morning.. we didn't get any sleep until after 3 and our alarm went off at 6.30. I have no idea where the music was coming from but it was shocking. I appreciate we booked over Halloween but my god! The room was quite clean but also needed a complete revamp. Wouldn't stay here again if I was looking for a restful week... Read more
from Balgach, Switzerland
Submitted on 31-10-2016
Staff very friendly, room clean but we couldn't change the temperature of the heating, therefore the room was too hot. As in the nearby Academy is nearly every night a concert or two, there are hundreds of people in the street talking, shouting, bawling, fighting until 5 o clock in the morning, much too noisy for a quiet sleep.
from Canterbury, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-11-2016
Great location with easy access to top attractions, nightlife and bars. The rooms are basic but I was here on a stag weekend and we had no intentions on staying in our rooms when you're in this vibrant city! The full Irish breakfast in the morning is fantastic!
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Submitted on 26-11-2016
I stayed in this hotel when in Dublin for a concert in the Academy. You could see the line from our window! Great location for us and for shopping before the concert. It can be a bit noisy with the Luas but you can't complain with such a central location.
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