Trinity City Hotel
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The Trinity City Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Dublin, nearby to all of the top local attractions and travel links in the area. Hop on a bus and enjoy a Dublin tour, wander around the cultural hotspot that is Temple Bar, marvel at the artwork in the National Gallery of Ireland or stroll around Dublin Zoo. Alternatively, explore the Guinness Storehouse while sampling some of the iconic beer.
All of the traditionally designed and spacious rooms at the Trinity City Hotel are furnished to a high standard and come with a range of additional amenities to make you feel at home during your stay. All rooms feature comfortable bedding, en-suite bathrooms with luxury toiletries, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and complimentary Wi-Fi access.
Sample a fine variety of dishes from a sumptuous menu at the Trinity City Restaurant before sitting back with a cool drink in the Trinity City Bar.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 198
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- 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
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Dublin Airport
- Distance: 11.1 kilometres
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Airport Name: Dublin Airport Distance: 11.1 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3599 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Don’t order room service
Stay Date: 03/2018, Sammi G wrote this review.
The rooms in this hotel are honestly great and very nice but definitely don’t order room service. The hotel charges you for a tray that the food comes on which is ridiculous, and the food was not even good.
The rooms in this hotel are honestly great and very nice but definitely don’t order room service. The hotel charges you for a tray that the food comes on which is ridiculous, and the food was not even good. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Gary M wrote this review.
My wife and I visited Dublin this weekend and stayed at this hotel. It was certainly a tale of two half’s. The hotel sits next to the fire station. Our room on the first night was so noisy…no sleep was had. This together with a radiator stuck on ful… See more
My wife and I visited Dublin this weekend and stayed at this hotel. It was certainly a tale of two half’s. The hotel sits next to the fire station. Our room on the first night was so noisy…no sleep was had. This together with a radiator stuck on full heat, a tv that didn’t work and a shower that you had to run round to get wet it wasn’t a great experience. The next morning I visited reception to complain and to my surprise and before I could say a word the receptionist rattled off what I might be about to complain about. This showed they new exactly what’s was wrong with the room and yet still put people in it. Anyway they then proceeded to upgrade us to a suite as an exception of guilt. Now we paid £450 for the privilege of the shambolic mess we experienced. I wasn’t happy and as this was a birthday surprise for my wife it put a slight damper on the weekend. I wouldn’t use the hotel again, very very poor value indeed. Collapse
Beware the building works!
Stay Date: 03/2018, Rach062014 wrote this review.
Four of us (2 couples) stayed at the hotel for 3 nights to attend the Ireland v Scotland rugby match. We chose the hotel for it's central location which was ideal. The door, reception and waiting staff were fantastic and a credit to the hotel. Our ro… See more
Four of us (2 couples) stayed at the hotel for 3 nights to attend the Ireland v Scotland rugby match. We chose the hotel for it's central location which was ideal. The door, reception and waiting staff were fantastic and a credit to the hotel. Our room in the Courtyard however was small and very short of storage so we lived out of the suitcase. Our major issue though was the building works! We were given the end room in the corridor which was adjoining the building work on a neighbouring property. We were wakened on Saturday morning at 7am with noise from the site. We complained to reception at breakfast time and were told that the builders shouldn't be starting until 8.30 but another resident had complained and the hotel manager had gone to speak to the builders. We were offered a room move but the receptionist promised there would be no work done on Sunday. There was however noise from the site at around 9am. On the Monday morning work seemed to start at 8am which we mentioned again to reception at checkout. I appreciate that the hotel has no control over the building work but it was disappointing that it didn't take the initiative and reduce the cost of the rooms adjacent to the building. My rating would be higher if not for the building work. Collapse
Overpriced room but good service from friendly and helpful staff.
Stay Date: 03/2018, Leanne M wrote this review.
I stayed at this hotel for two nights. It was when the six nations rugby was on, plus a variety of other events in the city. This meant hotel rooms were at a premium even when booking in advance. I recognise this impacts on pricing, so that acknowled… See more
I stayed at this hotel for two nights. It was when the six nations rugby was on, plus a variety of other events in the city. This meant hotel rooms were at a premium even when booking in advance. I recognise this impacts on pricing, so that acknowledgement is a caveat for my review. The hotel generally is nicely furnished, it is of its own style and I liked it. It is in a good and central location which can be accessed easily. The staff were friendly and welcoming, they let me check in far earlier than advertised, they were helpful when seeking advice, and the bar staff were great. All staff I encountered were pleasant. Despite not being 'smart' we were not made to feel out of place in the bar or reception areas in jeans and trainers which can be the case in some places. The drinks in the bar were well made (cocktails) and there was a great selection. The room was very clean, particularly the bathroom. The bed was comfy, there were useful sockets above the bed. The wifi was fast and reliable. So, why only a rating of three... I am presuming that the room we had in the courtyard section has not been updated. I was expecting something more akin to the photos which I now understand to be executive rooms. We paid over £200 per night, and did expect more. The room was functional, but looked out of date/old in comparison to the communal parts of the hotel. It was lacklustre and tired. I stayed in a refurbished Premier Inn prior to my nights at the Trinity City and the rooms there were of a higher standard and the cost significantly less. Even the new Travelodge super rooms are of a higher standard. The shower was clean, but lacked power. The television couldn't connect to many channels (I didn't mention this to staff as we only used it the once so it wasn't a major thing). Conversation could be heard from other rooms. Laundry/linen and some in room dining plates remained in the corridor for long periods of time. There was building work ongoing predominantly outside of the hotel, and whilst the hotel has no control over that I think they should make guests aware that this noise would be heard. I had no problems at the hotel, and I think if I had then staff would have been good in trying to resolve them. If I had paid £100 or under for the room I would have been fine with the decor/size/tiredness, but at the price paid I was disappointed, it was overpriced for something average. Collapse
Spent Week here
Stay Date: 03/2018, Jamie Amy F wrote this review.
We spent a week here for our trip to Dublin. The customer service was excellent!Everything from the front desk staff to the restaurant, to the porters, and to the bar keep at the pub where absolutely superb. Can’t say enough great things. Our experie… See more
We spent a week here for our trip to Dublin. The customer service was excellent!Everything from the front desk staff to the restaurant, to the porters, and to the bar keep at the pub where absolutely superb. Can’t say enough great things. Our experience was outstanding and I tip my hat to the good folks there and will recommend to anyone staying in Dublin. It was truly a home away from home. If you are looking for great place to stay within walking distance to everything that Dublin has to offer then this place is for you. Out of the Temple Bar area so is quiet but is just mere 5-15 min walk to anything your heart desires. Collapse
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