Abbey Hotel

Address: 52 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Northside area of Dublin, is near Halfpenny Bridge, Pat Liddy's Walking Tours of Dublin, Henry Street, and Dublin Woolen Mills.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Abbey Hotel Dublin

    Un Hotel aceptable, en relacion calidad-precio-situacion


    Estuve en este hotel con 5 familiares más durante 8 dias. Y nos sentimos cómodos en él. Nos guardaron las maletas al llegar y al irnos por unas cuantas horas. Las habitaciones y los baños estaban muy limpios. El desayuno estaba bien, podias elegir entre 3 tipos diferente. Las chicas de recepcion eran amables. Lo unico no positivo que destacaria es en cuanto a la puerta de entrada y salida al hotel, pues debajo hay un bar con mesas y siempre habia alguien que con su silla impedia el paso. Por lo demas todos contentos...De volver a Irlanda repetiriamos el mismo hotel.

    Good Price and location, excellent staff.


    Stayed here for 1 night with my 14 year old son. We arrived very early in Dublin and got the bus into the city. Bus Driver told us the hotel was in a good location and dropped us off very close, a great start and the first of many helpful people we met in Dublin ( he was also reading a novel while he was driving the bus!).

    First impressions from the outside are not great but things change as soon as you walk in. The staff at the hotel were excellent from the start and let us check in about 5 hours early which we did not expect, they pointed places out to us and could not have been more helpful.

    The room was a decent size, bathroom could have been cleaner but nothing too awful.

    Breakfast was great, full cooked breakfast, cereals, juice, etc.

    Overall thumbs up and for the location and price you cant go wrong, but more for the budget traveller. I would definately stay here again but then again I am very frugal.

    Not Bad For £35 Each


    This Hotel does need modernising a bit but it is clean and has everything you need which for one nights stay at £35 you can't complain about, I found the breakfast average not awful but there is one gripe which is the bar downstairs has loud music playing (on a wednesday night too) I was on the 3rd floor and needed earplugs so would be a right pain if you were on the lower floors, and my hairdryer didn't work. The staff are friendly though.

    Great Location shame about the Hotel


    The Hotel needs alot of work and attention to detail. The Reception staff were more bothered about going outside for a cigarette than helping you. The Hotel definately needs some internal decoration, damp walls and peeling paint. I found it strange that the house keeping staff are more interested in putting your personal items back in your bags than cleaning. The food was dreadful especially at breakfast(recooked omlette) and the service too. The waiting and bar staff that we were served by couldnt understand simple requests, when we asked for a milk jug for the table at breakfast we were given a large empty tea pot. We were in a room overlooking Abbey Street, very noisy but had to keep windows open because the rooms were stifling. Mention of good value for money aswell surprises me. We paid £200 for a two night stay, which to me for a two star hotel is unbelievable. I was unfortunate enough to stay in this property due to late booking and a very deceiving website. I would not recommend this property to anybody, which is a shame because it is in an excellent location.

    Hospitality great!!!!!!


    We have just returned from one of our most enjoyable visits to Dublin - thanks mainly to the Abbey Hotel particularly Sheila and her wonderful staff!!!!! Great location, good food and comfortable room. Thanks to all concerned.

    Great central position and very reasonably priced


    Abbey Hotel was a great central hotel which was very reasonably priced.

    The rooms were of a good standard and the bar was great. We went over for St. Patrick's Day so everyone was in good spirits. My only problem was we had money stolen from our room so keep all valuables and possessions with you at all time.

    Abbey Hotel, Dublin


    We have just spent three enjoyable days at the Abbey. It's in an ideal location for exploring central Dublin, the bedroom and bathroom were clean and warm, the staff were helpful and friendly, and the food, particularly at breakfast, was very good. The bar area is being partly refurbished at the moment (see previous reviewers comments) but we had no complaints, and would certainly stay at the Abbey again next time we are in Dublin.



    Recently spent 2 nights at the Abbey Hotel - friendly staff and hearty breakfasts but the hotel is in need of some renovating - tired paintwork in the hallways and bathroom. Didn't look much like the website portrayed. Still, very central and reasonably priced.

    Really Enjoyable


    Really enjoyed our stay. Would recommend the Abbey Hotel for the perfect stay in Dublin. The Hotel is very central and the rooms are of a good standard.



    Great rooms - Really Good Managemnet and very central. Ideal for a stay in Dublin.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Abbey Hotel Dublin

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