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Stephen's Green Travelodge

Dublin, Ireland (DUB)

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Room & Rates

Standard Single

1 Twin Bed
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Hair dryer and shower/tub combination
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Standard Room

1 Full Bed
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Hair dryer and shower/tub combination
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Standard Double Room

Standard Double Room

1 Full Bed
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Hair dryer and shower/tub combination
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Twin Room, 2 Single Beds

Twin Room, 2 Single Beds

2 Twin Beds
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Hair dryer and shower/tub combination
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Triple Room

1 Full Bed and 1 Twin Bed
Entertainment - Free WiFi and cable channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Hair dryer and shower/tub combination
Comfort - Daily housekeeping
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Stephen's Green Travelodge
Mercer Street Lower, Dublin, Ireland 2

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 41 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator (lift). Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

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

Fees

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

  • Self parking fee: EUR 17.50 per day
  • Pet fee: EUR 20.00 per pet, per stay

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

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

Based on 481 reviews
from Ontario, Canada
Submitted on 18-05-2016
we stayed here a few years ago when it was the Mercer Hotel. Travelodge has done a wonderful job revamping the rooms & the staff. The rooms were clean & cozy & the hotel staff was great. If you are lucky enough to stay there when Rachel is on the front desk the service is awesome & she can't do enough for you. The location is within walking distance of malls, shops restaurants & bars & parking is available for a fee but is very secure. I can't say enough good things about this hotel.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-05-2016
This is an ok hotel for a short stay in Dublin, it's a bit frayed around the edges and has seen better days. The location is good, very easy to access the city centre. We were on the 5th floor and had problems opening the windows to air the room, the noise was a bit raucous at times but then it's a city.
from Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-05-2016
clean and comfortable. friendly helpful staff. close to temple bar area far enough away to be more peaceful. there was a was a bit of outside noise but the hotel was peaceful. restaurant has been closed
from Knoxville, Tennessee
Submitted on 23-05-2016
The location is great. The rooms are very pleasant and clean. The staff is fantastic - very helpful, very willing to accommodate, very nice folks! We have stayed here twice and will do so again whenever we are back in Dublin.
from Pembroke, United Kingdom
Submitted on 23-05-2016
This travelodge is in an excellent position, close to St Stephen's Green where you can pick up tour buses, horse drawn taxis or even amphibious landing craft! The rooms are of a good size, as are the bathrooms complete with bath and shower. Beds a good size and very comfy. Plenty of tea/coffee and milk provided. The only negative is the lack of a central ceiling light or other wall light which would be handy especially when trying to dry ones hair after the hours of darkness. By the way, hair dr... Read more
from Glasgow, United Kingdom
Submitted on 01-06-2016
Don't stay here... When we arrived we had no light in the room just the bedside night lights. We complained and were given a lamp that didn't work. We were offered a different room but it had the same light issues! There was no hairdryer, we had to ask for that as well! The walls are very thin and you can hear through them, keeping my mum up throughout the night. Not very helpful staff oh and a grotty bathroom!
from clonmel
Submitted on 02-06-2016
We stayed in a family room with one double bed and one single bed. The room was spacious, clean, and comfortable. The location of this hotel is perfect, within a 2 minute walk to Stephens Green and the shopping centre. There was no noise in the night time, however, we stayed on a Tuesday night so I'd imagine there would be slight noise on a weekend. The only problem was that it was very hot in the room.
from Belfast, United Kingdom
Submitted on 04-06-2016
Functional hotel, not one of the best in the group. In need of an update. Breakfast isn't included and I wasn't impressed by the choice of what was available. It is integral to the Stephens Green Car Park, for which there is a discounted rate. Good central location for the city and reasonable value.
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-06-2016
I stayed at Stephens Green Travelodge for two nights back in March this year. I always look at Travelodges first as when booking in advance they tend to be the most competitive on price and this was the case when booking for our trip to Dublin. From previous reviews and looking on Google Maps, the location looked adequate and most restaurants/bars etc within a good walking distance (up to 20 minutes) however it was more perfect than we'd imagined. It's around a 20 minute walk to Temple Bar whic... Read more
from Gloucester
Submitted on 06-06-2016
Inside, is the same as any other Travelodge - cheap and cheerful. However, this hotel comes into it's own when considering it's location. It is very central, and offers easy access from Dublin Airport. I got the Aircoach which drops you off a 10min walk away. A very short walk to Temple Bar means that you don't really need to get a taxi anywhere. Lots of really good bars, restaurants and shops are right next to this hotel - perfect for a short stay in Dublin on a budget.
from Paris, France
Submitted on 23-06-2016
Location is ideal in the centre of Dublin, everything within easy access: St Stephen's Green, bars, restaurants, shops, sights... Quite pricey for a pretty basic hotel though. We were out all morning and over lunch but our room wasn't cleaned in that time. The cleaning team came to clean it in the afternoon but we were using the room at that point.
from Swansea
Submitted on 29-06-2016
Looked at more luxurious hotels for our trip to Dublin that were further afield but the same price as this hotel but made the decision to stay here as we wanted to be in the centre of the action and I'm so glad we did. The rooms are basic, but comfortable and most importantly clean, staff were super helpful bringing up an iron and ironing board on our request. It was a little bit noisy in the mornings, but you can't book a city centre hotel and then moan about the noise of the city centre! Reall... Read more
from Mullingar, Ireland
Submitted on 29-06-2016
This Travelodge is perfect for a one night stay if you have meetings in Dublin city centre. The rooms are comfortable, the staff are friendly. Bathrooms could do with updating but were clean. Sadly the restaurant adjoining the hotel was not open but is due to re-open in July which would add to the hotel's overall appeal.
from
Submitted on 29-06-2016
Having stayed in many travelodges throughout the UK you come to expect a certain (although basic) standard and i feel this hotel let that expectation down. Arriving in the city to attend a concert at the Royal kilmainham hospital my girlfriend and i took the new 757 airlink service to Stephen's green with a short 5 minute walk to the hotel. You can't fault the location, situated behind Grafton street you have all amenities close by. When entering our room the first thing we noticed was how run... Read more
from Cork, Ireland
Submitted on 30-06-2016
The hotel was brilliant. The rooms were very clean with large windows and huge beds. The beds were soft and lovely to sleep in. The decor was great. Very modern. The tv was large and had plenty of good channels. We had a nice stay for one night. The receptionist was very kind and immediately welcomed us. We needed a hair dryer and she got us one right away with no issues ! The only down side for us was that it was opposite some flats that were quite rough & homeless outside hotel so would not r... Read more
from Bristol, United Kingdom
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Excellent situation with friendly staff, good sized room cleaned daily. A short walk from the city centre along interesting and lively streets. Coffee/tea facilities replenished daily. Typical Travelodge - comfortable, clean and attractive hotel.
from
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Stayed for one night, great city center location. A little dated, only one lift in the building which is frustrating at busy times. I would advise booking a room on a higher floor on the end of the corridor on a side street to avoid noise. Only issue I had with noise was people going in or out the room and the door banging which made the wall vibrate. Disappointed there was no restaurant or bar but was close enough to walk to others. Room was very basic with a light switch on the wall and no li... Read more
from Ireland
Submitted on 04-07-2016
This hotel has a great location just off the top of Grafton Street in Dublin city centre. The room was spacious and clean although basic. No hairdryer. A major downfall was one 1 light in the room worked. There was 3 other lights in the room but none of this worked. Quick and easy check in and out. quiet building. Worth staying here for its cleanliness and location.
from Waterford, Ireland
Submitted on 09-07-2016
stayed here for trip to the Gaiety as it was very close by got a nice surprise at how clean and comfortable it was , will stay again when need a place in dublin again when we return to the Gaiety for our next show and other trips away to the city as it beat other hotel on price for what you need just a place to sleep
from
Submitted on 10-07-2016
Very nice hotel that gave more than expected, stayed the night of a concert. Rooms were very clean and spacious, staff very friendly and helpful, parking nearby and they stamp your ticket for a discount on parking, in a central location 5 minute walk from Stephens green and grafton street, great budget accommodation
from Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-07-2016
This hotel is clean and basic inside but the exterior is filthy. Dried urine, vomit and other stains up the walls. I thought it was an abandoned building as I approached. I reported this as was told it was because they are on a main road. It clearly hadn't been washed down in ages.
from Germany
Submitted on 12-07-2016
I stayed here for a work trip and must say that the location and the staff were fantastic. Really friendly reception staff who were helpful and obliging. Located literally in the heart of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. The room itself was clean but the bible prominently displayed on the bed-head was a bit shocking and quite a turn-off. This is 2016 after all, not the middle ages. Outside of the hotel is a bit shabby, but not offensive.
from
Submitted on 14-07-2016
Ok....good points...close to city centre and lovely reception staff. Bad points....Booked a long way in advance so they were well aware of us arriving yet failed to inform us that the restaurant was under refurbishment even though we had booked breakfast for our 3 night stay , only informed us on arrival , had to find alternative place for breakfast which was quite expensive....Dublin doesn't do cheap ! Rooms are basic , clean but basic , and very very noisy...you will not get a good nights slee... Read more
from Lancashire
Submitted on 16-07-2016
Great stay at this hotel during the week, very close to everything in the city centre, the staff were really friendly and helpful! Thank you for recommending some great things to do, you really went above and beyond helping us as we really didn't have a clue what to do when we arrived! The Ghost bus tour was fab! Great bedroom which was very comfy and clean, the bathroom was a little old & outdated but served a purpose. We were a little worried about noise after reading some reviews but we slep... Read more
from Abersoch, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Well situated and easy to find near Stephens Green. Good welcome Clean large double room with large bathroom. Noise from street noticeable but not a problem- it is a busy city after all! Provided a a good base for an enjoyable stay. Will use again.
from Glasgow, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Good hotel, clean and tidy, room not large but good for overnight stay, easy for central city access, no issues with noise. Only issue was that parking not cheap, as hotel uses local multi story car park next door, but that's city centre prices.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 18-07-2016
My wife and I stayed here one night last week after finding out our reservation elsewhere had been cancelled on us. The place is clean and conveniently located and served our needs well. The downsides are that some street noise is audible and the place lacks a lobby to sit in.
from
Submitted on 19-07-2016
The staff at this Travelodge were incredibly friendly and helpful throughout our weekend stay. Another great feature of this hotel is the location, we could walk to almost all the places we wanted to see in the city. The room was clean and neat and had everything we needed. Comfy bed also. I would definitely recommend this hotel for staying in Dublin and exploring the city.
from Wombwell, England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-07-2016
was perfect for our weekend break in dublin, stayed in room 401, everything we needs in room, only complaint was the shower, water temp was up and down. arrived early in morning and was greeted with a warm welcome, we had already checked to see if we could leave our bags until checkin, was given a ticket number and our bags went in the back. was perfect for us to explore on our 1st day. we was also told if we came back around 12 our room would be ready. was offered breakfast for 7euro each in th... Read more
from
Submitted on 26-07-2016
Nice clean hotel just a few minutes away from all the places we wanted to visit. I definitely recommend for a family. Large bathroom and free wi-fi. Helpful staff. A good choice to visit Dublin without taking public transport.
from Barnsley, United Kingdom
Submitted on 29-07-2016
A large group of us stayed here for a stag weekend for 2 nights, we arrived early so our rooms weren't ready but were given somewhere to leave our bags. The hotel is a short walk from the temple bar area, so off we went. We returned to the hotel a little while later to check in, i was in a twin room, the room was a fair size and had a bath and shower in the ensuite, we didn't need much else! The hotel has a bar with a cafe style restaurant where they serve food throughout the day, we used it for... Read more
from Frankfurt, Germany
Submitted on 31-07-2016
We stayed at the Travelodge for 3 nights during our holiday in July 16. The hotel is in a great location, very close to main visitor attractions, restaurants and bars and easy to reach with public transportation or the shuttle from the airport. Rooms are big enough, clean and the bed is comfortable. Very friendly and helpful reception. Good value for money.
from Vadodara, India
Submitted on 02-08-2016
Stayed here for 5 nights. Location is very convenient with main Grafton street and Powerscourt at stone throw distance and all major locations including Temple bar street just a 5 minutes walk. The hotel was very tidy and up class. The staff was very friendly and helpful throughout the stay and their recommendations were also very useful. Kudos to the staff hospitality !
from
Submitted on 07-08-2016
We stayed a night in this hotel in August and could not have asked for more. The only hotel I could find at a reasonable price in Dublin and were over the moon with it. The hotel is very well located , just a short walk from temple bar and the shopping areas. Clean, secure and with a very comfortable bed. All you need just to get your head down
from Kilkenny, Ireland
Submitted on 08-08-2016
We stayed here when our cousin from the US came to visit nd we wanted to show her Dublin. This hotel was really convenient to being able to walk into the centre and to the bars and restaurant within a few minutes. It was clean, comfortable and the rooms and bathroom were very spacious. Also the staff on reception were pleasant and helpful. It definitely is more than a three star hotel, should have at least four stars.
from New South Wales, Australia
Submitted on 11-08-2016
Very comfortable beds but in the evening the hot water was tepid. Parking is next door in the QPark but difficult to drop off and then move luggage through maze of one way streets. Evening staff were not very helpful in giving directions to get back to the hotel or breakfast arrangements; also didn't inform us that we could have our parking ticket validated. Morning staff were friendly and helpful.
from
Submitted on 11-08-2016
Let's get a couple of negatives out of the way to begin with. First of all this hotel is currently right next to a building site (a new facility for the Royal College of Surgeons down the street). Whilst no one was working over the weekend, the noise started from before 7am on the Monday morning. The hotel is also on a busy road, whilst our room overlooked the side street the traffic noise was really evident still even with the windows closed (ear plugs advised if you're a light sleeper). The ot... Read more
from Stockport, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-08-2016
First let me say that this is budget accommodation but it was very clean & the staff very pleasant.It is in a great position for getting around,most sights were within walking distance.The down side of this is the noise,I know it`s a city centre but the noise from the street below was incredible-screaming drunken youngsters & would you believe horse & carts at 3.30 in the morning.Sleep was impossible.We had booked breakfast but then were told we could only have full irish breakfast or granola, o... Read more
from Birmingham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-08-2016
A large group of us booked this 6 months in advance for a hen party, we booked three triple rooms and they were great. It came to about £70pp for two nights in august, it's about 10mins walk from temple bar and a great location next to the main high street, so literally everything is on your doorstep. A simple hotel, our rooms were surprisingly spacious and so were the bathrooms. The only issues we had was that the bathroom lock on one of our rooms (406 maybe?) was inside out, so you can only... Read more
from Omaha, Nebraska
Submitted on 02-09-2016
I didn't have the highest expectations but the price was great so gave it a try. Much better than expected. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The rooms were comfortable and clean. Everything we needed for a pleasure trip. Location was perfect. Restaurant on site and shopping right outside the hotel. An easy and short walk to all the attractions. Would definitely return. Well done.
from Australia
Submitted on 05-09-2016
During our stay the weather was warm so due to no air conditioning the room was very hot. The rooms are adequate, bed was comfortable as well as the pillows. The water pressure in the shower was a bit eradic. The restaurant was not very good, if your breakfast is included it's very basic and no choice, just Irish breakfast and one coffee. Good central location, if you can get it for a good price, ideal
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 05-09-2016
Stayed here from the 2nd to the 5th september and i must say you cant fault it. The staff on reception can not do enough for you the rooms a spot on and the beds are very comfortable. So all in all a brilliant stay cheers travelodge.
from Sleights, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-09-2016
Great location, helpful staff, wonderful stay. We booked the hotel to be near the Gaity theatre and did not expect too much being a budget hotel, but really surprised, the room was great. The staff was so helpful and helped me with a problem of printing my tickets when I lost the one I brought with me. Everything was good about this hotel and I will go back.
from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Submitted on 06-09-2016
We stayed one night and the hotel was perfect for a city centre overnight. The location is very easily accessible on a small side street in D2. the Qpark next door has a reduced rate for those staying at the hotel making parking very affordable. While the hotel doesn't offer too many creature comforts it is very reasonable for the price with clean rooms and linen, great water pressure and not too loud from the streets down below. The reception staff were great and had some information in the foy... Read more
from Santa Rosa, CA
Submitted on 10-09-2016
Our two-day stay was mostly good. The positives: 1) the staff is extraordinary. Every staff person we encountered was friendly and helpful any reasonable expectation. 2) the room is reasonably-sized with a firm mattress and clean.bathroom. 3) Location is perfect, easily accessible to shopping and entertainment. The negatives: 1) the room was very stuffy, only mitigated by a small fan. We had to sacrifice darkness and leave the curtains open to get some air in the room at night. In the elevator, ... Read more
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 10-09-2016
Paid for early check-in and was not given a room till 4 hours later. No AC while temp reached 27C. Noise from outside 24/7 (stayed for 14 days. Staff not knowledgeable. Charged me in USDollars instead of Euros when I booked a 1 night room for my daughter without consulting me. Tulio at the Front desk said there was no change for a 50. The girl then gave me 2 20s and 1 10 when I said I needed to tip the cleaning crew. For a couple of more euros, you can find a better hotel with better service.
from Caerphilly County, United Kingdom
Submitted on 14-09-2016
just off from st stephens green this offers an ideal Base to explore dublin being quite central and in reasonable walking distance to many of an Irish attraction. we stayed in a 3 bedroom which offered good room and good quality of basic amenities. the hotel didn't offer breakfast which was a downside but there's plenty of places to grab a morning bite.
from Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Submitted on 17-09-2016
Nice clean hotel and bedroom. Has easy access to Dublins bars and fun. Fire doors held open with door wedges which I've asked to be rectified immediately. Shower was pitiful and took ten minutes before a semblance of warm water was evident. Car aprk next door is convenient but expensive (28 euros for one night)
from Darwen, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-09-2016
I've given the hotel a four because everything was good for us. The Reception staff were friendly and efficient and the check in process was easy. We parked next door at the Q Park which was at a special rate of ?17. If you go over this you will start paying at ?3.60 per hour although customer services in Q Park did say they'd do a deal. We were on the 5th floor. There was no noise from other guests and very little from the street. The room was large and we'll maintained. Larger and bett... Read more
from Alton, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-09-2016
All nice and clean and convenient. Location is a bit worrying on your own at night. Had to ask for the hairdryer then the cord was too short to do your hair in front of a mirror. Noticed there was no shaver socket. Too pricey for a very basic hotel.
from Tralee, Ireland
Submitted on 22-09-2016
Okay, let me be clear. This is just a bed and bathroom and that's pretty much it. Budget thing. However it is so excellent at what it does that in my opinion it deserves maximum note. It's just a bed but its big, and room is clean, it's well maintained and overall very good experience given that this is just a place to sleep and have a shower. Conveniently located in the Dublin city, good eating place next door (one don't even have to go outside to get there which in Ireland is huge as it's alwa... Read more
from Liverpool, United Kingdom
Submitted on 26-09-2016
My daughter and I have just returned from 3 days/nights in Dublin. The hotel was in a perfect location to explore this exceptional city. The room was clean, the beds so comfortable, it was a delight to return to each evening. All the staff were beyond friendly and so helpful in every way. I will definitely stay there again and cannot wait to return. Thank you
from Brockworth, United Kingdom
Submitted on 30-09-2016
Stayed there for four nights in September 2016. Large clean room with good en-suite. Staff were friendly and helpful. Good cooked breakfast menu with multiple options. Room was large but not well insulated when it comes to noise from the mercer street. Would benefit from well insulated windows.
from Alkmaar, The Netherlands
Submitted on 02-10-2016
We stayed here for 1 night but we did not have the best nights sleep. The location is great however this is at a price with regards to the cost of the room and the noise. The room was pretty basic and the bathroom could do with some modernisation. The bed was large enough but my real issue was the noise in the morning. It seems there is something out on the street with an alarm that starts up quite early in the morning and continued every few minutes. There will be no lazy starts to the day at... Read more
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 03-10-2016
Spent time reviewing all hotels in Dublin on site and chose Travelodge Dublin City Centre for price and location. Was not disappointed. Great service, recommendations and help from staff. Went through the bus strike and got a taxi to get us to the airport on time.
from
Submitted on 03-10-2016
This hotel is in a great location right round the corner from St Stephens Green shopping centre and Grafton Street. Temple Bar is around a 10 minute walk with loads of bars and restaurants along the way. The room was basic but a good size with tea and coffee making facilities. This was the cheapest city centre hotel we could find and you get what you pay for but was perfect for us. Our room was facing Mercer St which was very loud at night but didn't bother us. Would recommend the Guinness t... Read more
from London
Submitted on 07-10-2016
Dublin seems to have a shortage of budget hotels but the Travelodge chain is reliable and perfectly acceptable for a short stay. Unfortunately internal noise can be a problem especially from other guests arriving back late.
from Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Submitted on 09-10-2016
Currently staying here for a friends birthday and whilst this hotel is centrally located that is ruined by the lack of double glazing. The traffic outside and people talking in the street can be heard all night. The shows keeps changing temperature so have been scalded mid shower. Reported to reception, not fixed and happens in my friends room so obviously a feature!. The plumbing can be heard like a drum band in my room from the room above. I'd recommend people try and book elsewhere.
from Surrey, United Kingdom
Submitted on 09-10-2016
If you like a cooked breakfast all well and good, if not there's only porridge or granola . Not a great choice as I prepaid 30 euros and only got toast with butter one moning and granola the next morning . wanted orange juice and was told I will have to pay extra for this . n No hair dryer in room had to ask reception and no double glazing so quite noisey at night and in the morning.
from Edinburgh
Submitted on 11-10-2016
Clean and well run hotel, rooms and bathroom clean but fixtures in bathroom looking v tired. Water pressure was awful and shower was like running the gauntlet!! Bed was comfy but room too hot and v noisy with windows open.
from Bolton, United Kingdom
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Location great for city visit, within walking distance of the majority of Dublin's visitor attractions, shops, restaurants and bars. Quite basic accommodation, as you would expect from a Travelodge, however the staff are excellent and the rooms clean and comfortable. Wary check in wasn't available at the popular hotel, however the staff were more than happy to store our bags both before check in and post check out.
from Norwich, United Kingdom
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Stayed here in September for a night to see the city woth my parents who stayed here for 2 nights. Great location and everywhere can be walked to within a reasonable time. Bed comfy and i slept like a log, probably due to a few guinesses. I didnt hear any noise but our room was on the 3rd floor. For the price we payed i cant complain and would go back again. Staff looked after our bags after check out as we had a late flight home that day.
from Staffs Moorlands
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Well situated close to the city centre. A large, comfortable room and bathroom. Comfortable bed, both room and bedding very clean. Helpful and friendly staff. Multi-story car parking available next door. The menu is very limited in the the adjacent coffee shop, if you want a hearty breakfast go elsewhere. My main criticism is that the sound insulation from outside is poor, street noise is intrusive, especially at night . Why no coat hook on the door?
from Coventry
Submitted on 15-10-2016
Stayed here for 3 nights. Rooms cleaned every day and lovely soft towels in bathroom. Shower was excellent. Stayed on 4th floor never noticed any noise from outside. Tea and coffee replenished every day. Staff on reception very helpful and cheery. Good location for bars and shopping. Drinks in this area are more expensive than the other side of the river as you are near Temple Bar. Sinnots bar is great for sport and they do a great Irish coffee. Harry's restaurant round the corner is very expens... Read more
from Athens, Greece
Submitted on 16-10-2016
A place that makes you sad once you enter. Young staff who really tried to be helpful but couldn't answer even the simplest questions such is where is the nearest bus stop to the airport (route changes due to road work while we were visiting Dublin). No hair dryer and no hot water in the room. However, they fixed it when asked. Maybe ok for just a one-night stay.
from Shropshire, United Kingdom
Submitted on 17-10-2016
found sound proofing totally in adequate, also one of our group slipped in shower, quite badly. water in showers either scaldingly hot or cold and fluctuated between both. Although the hotel was heavily advertised as being in prime location, nothing was done to prevent the bust street noise from interfering with inside of rooms. single glazed bathroom windows and poor double glazed room windows which were flimsy to say the least.
from
Submitted on 18-10-2016
I've always wanted to go to Dublin but never knew where to stay. There are loads of hotels/Hostels around the area, but wanted a guaranteed lovely stay. I use Travelodge's a lot when home in England so thought i would try this one Over in Dublin. Its in the perfect location with just a 2 minute walk around the corner to all the local shops/ Shopping centre. Its about a 10 Minute walk to the night life of Temple Bar. The hotel was lovely and clean when we got there and the staff were lovely and ... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-10-2016
I only stayed here for one night and it was all right for a quick stay. The room was nothing special and had very basic amenities although clean I found it was in a good location as I only had one day to see as much of Dublin as I could, it was close to the castle (11mins walk) Grafton street (5 mins walk) and temple bar not much further, St Stephens park was also nice to wander around. I would say though it was a little noisy apparently there is a couple of clubs which are open until 3-4 in the... Read more
from
Submitted on 18-10-2016
Most places I found for Dublin were pricey, but this was a good value for it's location. The attendant at the desk was SUPER friendly and she was very helpful with ideas on where to eat. You have to pay to park in the garage next door, but Travelodge has an arrangement to give a discount to guests that stay there. The room looked like it had just been remodeled. It was very modern, clean, the bathroom was a good size. Yes, it was a little noisy, but, you are in Downtown Dublin. I think I wore ea... Read more
from Ireland
Submitted on 25-10-2016
I've stayed at TravelLode Stephens Green on a number of occassions and I have always been happy with the service. The room was lovely, updated from my previous stays, but the windows need to be upgraded as it felt like the windows were open and the noise from the street was intrusive.
from Antrim, United Kingdom
Submitted on 27-10-2016
Great location, excellent staff and the best night sleep I've had in a while. Will definitely go back. There is some noise from the street outside but I did not find this particularly bothersome. Didn't hear any noise from adjoining rooms. Reception staff friendly and knowledgeable.
from
Submitted on 29-10-2016
The staff were lovely and the room clean and tidy. Two major problems were I couldn't sleep for the noise outside as the windows are not even double glazed and it is really noisy in the street , and there is no communal cafe or meeting place as next door shut. I had to wait in the street for 25 minutes to meet my friend.
from Glasgow
Submitted on 30-10-2016
The staff were lovely and the hotel is very central. There is a bistro you can pop into just past reception, however don't expect your usual food it is very organic.. You can't have your usual breakfast. We had soda bread with scrambled eggs, apple sausage, bacon and white pudding (which was exactly like a round sausage). The staff wee lovely. Coffee/drinks were lovely. The food I would say is a "preferred type". All in all we enjoyed it. Would visit again if staying at the Travel Lodge h... Read more
from Wrexham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 04-11-2016
My sister and i stayed in a twin room for 4 nights during half term. The hotel is very central, right next to the city centre and a large park so it is going to be loud but compared to lots of central hotels i have stayed in, it is not loud at all. The room had a very good shower and bath and even had BBC so we didn't miss the Bake Off finale! The little bistro that is used as the food premises for the travelodge is very expensive for what you get and i recommend going for a short walk into town... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-11-2016
The hotel is situated just outside st. Stephens green just a 5-10 minute walk from temple bar and the main shopping areas and the city centre. The actual street the hotel is on is a little dodgy compared to the surrounding area but nothing majorly bad. We found the location ideal for exploring! The room itself was ok. The downsides were mainly the noise and the cold, both due to windows with no double glazing- it felt and sounded like the windows were open all the time and the bathroom was unbea... Read more
from Florence
Submitted on 07-11-2016
This piace was really perfect because of the location ( in the center of the city). We visited the whole city just walking. People were very kind and helpful. I'd really recommend this place to my friend!! 10/10
from Leamington Spa, United Kingdom
Submitted on 09-11-2016
Compared to the price of other hotels in the area I was not expecting much. We stayed for three nights and was pleasantly surprised. The room was large and clean if a bit rough around the edges. The bathroom was clean also but the shower tended to flood the room and we often had to put towels on the floor. Our towels and bedding were changed daily. As well as cups and tea and coffee. There is not hairdryer or iron in the room but you are able to borrow one from reception which we kept for... Read more
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Submitted on 11-11-2016
Spent two nights in the travelodge and everything about the place was brilliant starting with Rachel on the front desk where nothing was to much trouble for her she was brilliant so helpful also PAula and Laura where great as well helping with a surprise birthday cake. The room was also big clean and tidy and the hotel was so clean se to all the bars and restaurants. Overall I would recommend this hotel.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 11-11-2016
Stayed 3 nights at the Travelodge Stephens Green. It is a basic hotel without any frills. It is clean and in good condition. The rate during the week is quite reasonable considering it is in the heart of Dublin. Watch out for weekend rates which skyrocket. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful. Realize that this is a city hotel and you will get a fair amount of noise from the street below. No breakfast in included but there is a very good cafe next door with a good menu with items between 5... Read more
from Florence, Italy
Submitted on 12-11-2016
This is a very basic hotel, so I'd only recommend if the price was right. Unfortunately hotels in Dublin have increased their prices, in spite of being allowed by the government to pay lower than the minimum wage to their staff. However the location is great, right beside Stephens Green Shopping Centre and Park. Area is full of shops, bars, restaurants. No. 16 bus from airport stops near hotel, price 3.30 euros (11/2016). Could do with heating and an over-mirror light in bathroom, as well as a g... Read more
from Manchester
Submitted on 13-11-2016
Very good clean room in excellent location. Great bars (Hairy Lemon, Long Hall, Stags Head) just a short walk away. Great breakfast at Taste cafe around the corner. You be able to buy more Guinness with the cash you save - you'll need it!
from staffs moorlands
Submitted on 15-11-2016
Situated on the edge of Dublin city centre this hotel is within walking distance of the main areas of Dublin. Being of the usual standard for a hotel of its type, large bedroom and en suite, very clean and reasonably appointed. The only drawback is that the soundproofing is poor and street noise can disturb during the night. Staff are all friendly and helpful. The adjacent coffee shop has a poor range of breakfast items but there are plenty of cafes within a few minutes walk. There is a lar... Read more
from County Cork, Ireland
Submitted on 16-11-2016
Was very pleasantly surprised with the excellent service and accommodation in hotel. Rooms extremely comfortable and staff couldn't have even more helpful in particular Rachel. I have stayed in numerous hotels in major cities and never got such good value for money
from Athlone, Ireland
Submitted on 18-11-2016
I needed a convenient hotel for an overnight stay in Dublin and chose the Stephens Green Travelodge Hotel both for its location, and its reasonable price. As the name implies, it is close to St. Stephen's Green and of course the Stephens Green Shopping Centre and the Grafton Street shopping area. It is also within easy walking distance of many fine restaurants, the Royal College of Surgeons and the DIT Kevin Street campus. There are no frills; it doesn't have a fancy lobby or lounge, but my room... Read more
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 21-11-2016
There was no hot water for a shower was the first problem I encountered. I was also told on the phone before arrival (and on website) that car parking was 6 euro. This is not the case, I had to pay 17.50 euro to park my car for the stay of one night. Would not recommend.
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-11-2016
Would definitely recommend this hotel if visiting Dublin. Everything about it makes a brilliant weekend from friendly staff who are always On hand and wanting to help, to the location which is within walking distance of the the city centre attractions and bus stops. Rooms are very clean and maintained and the maid visits everyday.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 22-11-2016
Quite a small Travelodge, in a really good location in the city centre. Really friendly and helpful reception staff. On arrival our room hadn't been cleaned properly but it was dealt with quickly and efficiently - no complaints at all (we were offered a different room but as we'd started unpacking, we opted just to have it cleaned again) The room was as you'd expect in a Travelodge - basic but does the job. Bed was VERY comfortable, and we didn't really hear any noise from other guests in the h... Read more
from Tralee, Ireland
Submitted on 23-11-2016
We stayed here recently while attending a concert in the Olympia theatre this hotel is in a great location with parking next door at the shopping centre which is half price for guests the reception staff are friendly and helpful the rooms are clean and very well priced for city centre
from Cork
Submitted on 24-11-2016
It's not the Ritz but I am giving it 5 Stars for the Hotel Category it is in which is Budget accommodation. You get a good sized room/bathroom that is clean and tidy right near Stephens Green. The staff are always lovely and helpful. My husband and I love staying there for the convenience and the proximity to fantastic restaurants and bars. The hotel has a very limited food offering which is contracted out but with so much choice at your doorstep who cares! If you are a person who is intereste... Read more
from
Submitted on 27-11-2016
A nice enough stay at Stephens Green Travelodge. The location was great and the food was interesting. It was a shame the service of the food was slow and not very interested. Our dinner could have been excellent but it was ages coming and the ravioli was dry, perhaps re heated. The reception staff were friendly and warm and the rooms were as expected, with readily adjustable heating and an excellent shower. Quite a number of cracked floor tiles though. There was a fair amount of noise from... Read more
from Letterkenny
Submitted on 29-11-2016
Handy place to stay in Dublin. Great value for money. Close to everything. Staff friendly and helpful. the room was very basic but it was clean and there were fresh towels every day. If you just want a place to lay your head, it's the place for you.
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Submitted on 30-11-2016
Excellent location, car park next door with reduced rate for residents. Grafton Street & many other popular amenities are just around the corner, or within easy walking distance. The staff are friendly, helpful & efficient. The room is clean & functional & the beds are extremely comfortable. There is a restaurant, serving food all day at very reasonable prices. This hotel was perfect for our overnight stay in Dublin, it is suitable for all ages, I highly recommend it!
from Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-12-2016
In the heart of Dublin city centre. There are lots of shops and restaurants within walking distance. We walked to the Guinness Storehouse from the hotel. It only took 25mins. There are other tourist locations easily reachable on foot. The room was very big and good value for money. Plenty of storage space and a good size bathroom. The shower was very good as well
from Beckenham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 03-12-2016
Central hotel with a gourmet breakfast experience with Travelodge prices. Try to avoid a room at the front of the hotel (i.e. Reception side) as it can be noisy at night. Better windows are needed as they shield hardly any noise. Room size (twin) is good and staff are very helpful although breakfast service is a little slow.
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