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Historical Traveler Reviews Lynam's Hotel Dublin
i stayed in the hotel on the 21st of december and i tought the place was excellent. the room was warm clean tiday although i did have some concerns as to what the pipe in no.36 was sticking out of the ground for. i had a great nights sleep and i found the people at the front dest very welcoming
I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights while I was on a tour of Ireland.
The rooms were a little small..but you can't always have huge rooms, right? I didn't notice any noise really, and in the middle of the city you can expect noise. The location of this hotel is perfect, its on the busiest street in Dublin, right in the middle of everything. You're walking distance from the castles and cathedrals, plus Grafton street.
I would definitely stay there again.
Overcharged and ripped off
Me and my friends were charged 133 Euros extra for having a broken extra bed with no pillow in the double room for three nights. And even if we could prove that according their own rules, an extra rollaway-bed in the room is NO CHARGE, they refused to refund the money. As a travel agent, I now know where not to send my clients.
Stayed at Lynams on the 14th Nov 2003 for two nights the hotel was safe comfortable and friendly. The staff were very helpful and i would definitely stay there again
I feel I had to write this review of the Hotel. We have just come back from a weekend in Dublin staying at your hotel,and after reading the reviews before we went ,we were a little apprehensive of what the hotel would be like. I am happy to say that we had a wonderfull weekend,and have no complaints about the hotel whatsoever,the rooms were lovely,the breakfast we had was cooked nicely,the staff were friendly and very helpfull,and I would especially like to thank your night porter Jamie for all the help and friendliness he showed to us,nothing was too much trouble. I would not hesitate to stay in your hotel again. from a happy welsh lady.
The room we stayed in was very hot and we were cramped for space. The worst part of it all was that we had an early flight to catch the next morning and so requested a wake up call, which never came. Thankfully, we woke on our own but when trying to rush around and get ready to leave, discovered that there was no hot water in the shower. Not a pleasant experience.
For a hotel based in the city centre, you can expect noise to a certain degree. But I have never paid so much money to stay somewhere, and I couldn't sleep. Value for money ! I think not. The noise from the fans on one side and the music on the other. The room was very small and extremely warm. I would expect heat like that on a sun holiday. I was very disappointed with my stay, and you can be re-assured that I will be paying over the nose for a "decent" hotel on my next visit. Bitterly disappointed.
We were kept awake all night with music coming from next door all night Spar shop.
Otherwise hotel and breakfast were average.
No sleep ...
stayed in this hotel middle of august 2003 for 3 nights. i guess the purpose of a hotel is to offer a bed and a good nights sleep in the first place - well that's something we didn't get... we had a twin room at the back, it was very hot, and during the night, we woke up because of the noise of rats and other animals looking for food of next door mc donalds.... the girls at the reception desk confirmed they had had complaints but couldn't do anything about it... the irish breakfast was dripping in fat, toasts were black... now the decoration is nice; the room big enough, the shower very small, and the location excellent...
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... of French tourists, so even though we were no longer in a French speaking country I could still hear it everywhere and caught myself listening in on multiple random conversations.
The morning we left we had a flight at 6:20am and we thought the lady at the front desk said the cab was coming at 4:50 but it ended up coming at 4:15 (irish accent miscommunication) so Erin and I ended up having to chase down this cab in our half asleep states of ...
... before the match. Our arrival, on the Thursday evening, gave us our first experience of the friendliness of the Irish people, with Dolly taking nearly 5 minutes to clear passport control with the passport officer discussing rugby and Ireland's chances to win the championship - which they did the week later with a victory in Paris.
Our first 'task', after checking into the hotel was to take our first taste of Guinness, the second biggest export after the Irish ...
... the room, so we went back to sleep. When I woke up again much later, Darren was playing guitar again, jamming out his new song, and doing some recordings. When he was done we got ready then headed out and walked into town. We walked down to a restaurant called Mexico to Rome where we went in for a €10 lunch deal, of a starter, main and glass of wine, so I got a delicious quesadilla and veggie burger and Darren got some chilli con carne and a steak sandwich. When we'd finished ...
... did anyone watch the series finale of Dexter? It left us in a state of shock! We are so baffled by the conclusion. It's such a shame because it could have been an epic finale. Oh well. Goodbye Dexter.
I can't believe we are leaving for Thousand Oaks tomorrow. This weekend is going to be grand!
Attached are some weekend pictures.