The Dublin Central Inn Talbot Street
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- Located in central Dublin
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
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Centrally located, The Dublin City Inn Talbot Street hotel is perfect for those who want to start their adventure as soon as they arrive in Ireland. Hop on a bus and see the sights of Dublin with ease, see a show at the famous Abbey Theatre, take a trip to The Guinness Brewery or enjoy a walk around Grafton Street and Temple Bar.
All of the modern and spacious guest rooms at The Dublin City Inn Talbot Street hotel include a range of additional features to make your stay memorable. All rooms come complete with free Wi-Fi access, an ensuite shower room, a flat-screen TV, a hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and comfortable bedding.
Tuck into a delicious breakfast (chargeable) before heading out to explore the city. The hotel also provides a 24-hour reception, vending machines, a private guest lounge and free parking (on a first come, first served basis).
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 60
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: DUBLIN
- Distance: 14.2 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Restaurant in hotel
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Airport Name: Dublin Distance: 14.2 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1161 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Centrally Located, Affordable, Clean
Stay Date: 11/2017, Sarahwhitewolf wrote this review.
I absolutely loved my stay at Dublin Central Inn. The hotel is in a great location close to the tram line for the city, restaurants, and attractions. The clerk at the front desk had my room ready early which was nice, and it included 2 comfortabl… See more
I absolutely loved my stay at Dublin Central Inn. The hotel is in a great location close to the tram line for the city, restaurants, and attractions. The clerk at the front desk had my room ready early which was nice, and it included 2 comfortable twin beds, and lots of amenities and a large bathroom. Very simple, clean, and quiet. I had no issues with noise while I was staying here and the front staff was very kind. They helped me with directions around the city as well as with cab service. The hotel has a lift if you need one, and also came with free wifi. I would recommend this for a traveler that wants an affordable and clean room and isn't expecting a 5 star ritz hotel. I will definitely stay here again when I return to Dublin. Collapse
Nice and central, friendly, clean but dated
Stay Date: 11/2017, Karen R wrote this review.
Great location, you’re just a few minutes from O’Connell Street and can get to Temple a bar in just a ten minute walk. Can’t fault the staff, all very friendly and helpful. Rooms are small and basic and a bit dated with the decor - could do with a li… See more
Great location, you’re just a few minutes from O’Connell Street and can get to Temple a bar in just a ten minute walk. Can’t fault the staff, all very friendly and helpful. Rooms are small and basic and a bit dated with the decor - could do with a lick of paint to freshen it up - but they are clean. If you want a centrally located base with a clean bed and bathroom to come back to then this is the place. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, a customer wrote this review.
Wouldn’t recommend. Showers were cold, none of the plug sockets worked in our room and one of the lights kept flickering. Went downstairs to reception to ask to move rooms and the staff member (I think he was a manager) moaned at us that we hadn’t re… See more
Wouldn’t recommend. Showers were cold, none of the plug sockets worked in our room and one of the lights kept flickering. Went downstairs to reception to ask to move rooms and the staff member (I think he was a manager) moaned at us that we hadn’t realised sooner as he would have to send housekeeping in again. He then moved us to another room and gave us the key cards which didn’t work and then didn’t believe us that they didn’t work until I asked him to try it for himself. Our bedding was also stained. Poor customer service at an expensive price however other staff members were friendly and helpful. Rooms are fairly small but that was expected for central Dublin and not really an issue. Collapse
Very Basic But Great Location
Stay Date: 10/2017, cinemaretro wrote this review.
We stayed at this hotel for three nights. There are aspects of the place that could rate as the good, the bad and the ugly. First the ugly: When we first arrived, things did not get off to a good impression. Upon walking to our room on the first floo… See more
We stayed at this hotel for three nights. There are aspects of the place that could rate as the good, the bad and the ugly. First the ugly: When we first arrived, things did not get off to a good impression. Upon walking to our room on the first floor, we saw a bunch of middle-aged, highly drunken people running to and from each other's room and screaming loudly. When it didn't end by midnight, I called the night clerk, who is apparently the only employee on duty in the evening. Whether he actually did something or it was just coincidence, the commotion died down. In the morning, the desk staff assured me this was an aberration and that the hotel is generally very quiet. I believe them because the problem did not reoccur and the stay was very quiet.In fairness, these kind of problem guests could be a factor in any hotel. Now the bad: the double room we ordered was claustrophobic even by European standards. Virtually no room to walk anywhere. The "double bed" was no such thing: it was simply two single beds jammed together. The TV is a cheap, tiny monitor with problematic reception and only a few channels available. Now the good: the Dublin Central is in a prime location, within easy walking distance of virtually anything you want to see. The place shows its age, but I must say it is very clean. The tiny room does include a full length mirror, ample outlets and a hairdryer. The shower was also adequate size, though the bathroom is quite small and very narrow. The desk staff is very pleasant and polite. Free newspapers are offered every morning at the desk. There is a restaurant that appears to be a good size where you can order an optional breakfast, but we didn't partake in it. Also, there is a decent size guest lounge on the first floor that compensates for the lack of a lobby.. It's comfortable, with a good sized television, magazines and bathrooms. Best of all there is a small outdoor courtyard where smoking is permitted. There is also a computer and printer available for your use. Each room also has a safe, which is very useful. So the hotel has plenty of assets but in my opinion it's a bit pricey...I later found more upscale hotels in the area for the same rate or less through various discount sites. Overall, the drawbacks of this hotel are outweighed by its location, which is excellent. Just don't expect glamor...and request a room at the back of the hotel. I imagine that since the front is right above the main drag, it would be noisy. Our room was in the back and was surprisingly quiet. Collapse
Small but adequate
Stay Date: 10/2017, redrock6 wrote this review.
My husband and I and another couple stayed at the Dublin Central Inn for one night at the beginning and end of our week-long trip to Ireland. We found our room quite small and even claustrophobic. The shower enclosure was so small, my husband (a big … See more
My husband and I and another couple stayed at the Dublin Central Inn for one night at the beginning and end of our week-long trip to Ireland. We found our room quite small and even claustrophobic. The shower enclosure was so small, my husband (a big man) had trouble turning around. I had to call for a blow dryer, but it was delivered within minutes. I will say that the dining area (for breakfast) was nice, and the choices for breakfast were more than expected. The menu featured scrambled eggs, bacon/sausage, toast, fresh fruit, muesli and cold cereals, coffee/juice/tea. Service was efficient and friendly. We had a bit of trouble finding Talbot Street from the airport, but once we did we quickly acclimated to our surroundings. Parking at the rear of the hotel was an easy matter, too. For one night, this hotel will fill the bill. But if you're staying longer in Dublin, maybe you should look elsewhere. Collapse
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