Trinity Capital Hotel

Pearse Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near Trinity College Library Dublin, The Book of Kells, Nassau Street, and Dublin Experience.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTrinity Capital Hotel Dublin

    Reviewed by lessaustin

    Great fun!

    Reviewed Aug 10, 2013
    by (9 reviews) Scarborough, Ontario, Canada , Canada Flag of Canada

    The room is great and the hotel is totally cool. A designers dream - a page out of Alice in Wonderland.

    Dublin Hotel with Character
    Dublin, Ireland

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by storguson

    Alice in Wonderland....

    Reviewed Mar 26, 2012
    by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    We very much enjoyed our stay; staff was great; room was small but well appointed and very clean; lobby and shared lobby areas were uniquely artsy with a strange fairy tale feel. Best of all, this hotel is so well located to Trinity College, Grafton Street (a busy boutique and pub area), and a great bustling feel.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Trinity Capital Hotel Dublin

    Great location, good restaurant

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    A nice hotel in a good location - only a 10 minute walk from Temple Bar and Grafton Street. Being a short walk away from the busy Temple Bar area makes all the difference - on previous trips to Dublin I have stayed in hotels closer to Temple Bar and had trouble sleeping as the noise from outside in incredible on a Saturday night espeically. This hotel has a reasonably priced resraurant with really well prepared lovely food. I would recommend this hotel for business or pleasure.

    Trinity Capital Hotel, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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    An excellent hotel that was only about five minutes walk to Temple Bar and even less to Grafton Street. Room was well decorated and clean. We had room service one night and the meal was excellent, the prices were very reasonable considering it was room service. We were at the back of the hotel but had no noise from the adjacent fire station. Staff in the hotel were very professional and friendly. Would certainly stay there again.

    Recommended is a train/bus journey to Avoca which is very lovely - if the weather is good. Temple Bar seems a bit over rated, restaurants were quite expensive but service was always friendly. Would probably get a better pint of Guinness if you stayed away from the obvious spots.

    Central in Dublin

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    For two American girls, this was a great place to stay on our first time in Dublin. You can walk to Trinity College, the tourist center, Temple Bar, the Liffey...Once you look for the Bank and Trinity it's easy to get your bearings. The included breakfast was fine each day-- eggs, bread, some meat, some fruit. The room was good, except sometimes the water would be scalding hot or freezing cold. It is near the firestation, and we did have our window open a lot, but it wasn't overly noisy...although there looked like there was a club on the corner that only must open on weekends. Try the Ginger Man pub nearby.

    Just ok

    from

    Stayed at the Trinity Capital for two nights.

    Great hotel for a great price

    from

    I booked a mini-suite at the Trinity Capital Hotel a few weeks prior to a St. Patrick's day trip to Dublin. I am so glad I picked this hotel to stay in. The Trinity Capital is 1 block from Trinity College and a very short walk to shopping, Temple Bar Area, River Liffey and some of the other attractions in Dublin.

    Good hotel

    from

    A good hotel which we stayed at between Christmas and just before the New Year. It is right next to a major fire station with sirens going off during the day (but not at night though). This made it interesting - we could see the fireman getting ready. If this troubles you suggest you ask for a room away from the fire station.

    Very Pleasant Stay

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    We recently stayed at the Trinity Capital and enjoyed our experience very much. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. Enjoyed the tea and coffee making facility, and the breakfast was excelent. Service was very good and the staff were more than helpful. The location of the hotel couldn't be better. Everything within walking distance. The Fire Station next door was not a problem. Would certainly stay again at this hotel.

    Great location!

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    We stayed here in mid Feb, 2004. The hotel's location is perfect. It's @ a 5 minute walk to Temple Bar, shopping, the river, etc.

    Well Situated in Dublin

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    I have stayed at the Trinity Capital twice in the last year and will be heading off their again in October. The rooms are comfortable and well-furnished and the foyer and bar areas are very pleasant. The service has always been excellent, especially room service and I have never experienced any noise from the nightclub next door.

    The hotel is a few minutes walk from Trinity College and the centre of Dublin and this is an advantage as it is not nearly as noisy as those hotels situated right in the throb of Temple Bar or Grafton Street.

    Trinity Capital Hotel

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    I spent 2 nights at the Trinity Capital Hotel in Dublin. It's within a 5 minute walk to the Temple Bar area.

    The hotel lobby is pretty, but the rooms are just OK. The hotel was built on top of an old firehouse. The Firehouse is still there, but there was no noise from that. At night there was noise from the Firehouse club next door. When I returned to my room the first night I could hear the music from the club. I asked to change my room around 12:30am, and they responded wonderfully, asking if I needed my luggage carried to the new room. I moved two floors up and could still hear the music.

    The rooms were not grand in size, but acceptable.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Trinity Capital Hotel Dublin

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Traveler Photos Trinity Capital Hotel Dublin

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