Anglesea Street, Temple Bar - Dublin 2 | Dublin Ireland
Average price: US$ 94.38
Located in Dublin's Temple Bar district, 150 meters from Trinity College and Dublin Castle. The property is 10 minutes walk from Grafton and Henry streets, the prime shopping streets of Dublin. Located in a bustling city, the hotel is surrounded by an extraordinary variety of restaurants and bars.
Hotel Category: Superior Tourist
The hotel features rooms with flat screen TV. The rooms are comfortable and have a safe, hairdryer and room service menu. They also have bathrooms with shower or bath.
Services and information about the hotel
V. Good: 3.8/5Lisa - STEVENAGE, UNITED KINGDOM - 10/20/2008
We stayed at the Blooms Hotel on Monday 13th October for two nights. As i have stayed at the Blooms hotel 7 years ago, i knew what to except. We checked it after 2pm but was told we had to give our credit card details for extras we might have. We didnt taken any bank cards with us so we had to give £40 or 50 Euro deposit which was fine.
Got to our room and we had one of the new furbished rooms and it was very nice, the building work was not all that but very clean, classy room with a LCD tv.
The reception staff, a guy was so helpful. My partner had a very bad toothache and we needed a number for a emergency dentist. The guy at reception gave us the number for the dentist.
The location was fantastic, right in the centre of Temple bar. Although there was a lot of noise, it is to be excepted though. Breakfast was good, and the cleanliness was fab.
I would definatley recommend this hotel
V. Good: 4.3/5Nicola - Stevenage, UNITED KINGDOM - 10/18/2008
Very nice hotel,rooms are being renovated at the moment which are lovely but the old rooms aren't very nice. Due to the rooms being updated alot of banging and noise going on. Excellent location, very close to the bars and shops. Breakfast nice, lots of choice from toast and cereal to full fry up.
V. Good: 4/5John - Chester-Le-Street, UNITED KINGDOM - 07/14/2008
The hotel is situated on the edge of Temple Bar and a five minutes walk from Grafton Street, perfect location. The rooms are adequate thought there is a refurvishment underway so that should improve, the breakfasts are great buffet style always fresh.
V. Good: 3.9/5Laura - Sheffield, UNITED KINGDOM - 03/29/2008
A hotel in an amazing location if you enjoy drinking on Temple Bar. The bar in the hotel has a great atmosphere and nice food. The live band was an added bonus. Breakfast is very good. Some of the rooms have started to be refurbed to a lovely standard the others are a little dated but still clean.
I would recommend this for location and price, you couldnt get better.
V. Good: 3.8/5Eleanor - Tyne and Wear, UNITED KINGDOM - 03/06/2008
We had a brilliant time in Dublin.
Blooms is a very nice hotel we stayed in refurbished room very nice but it was over the M nightclub a bit noisey for those who like to go to bed early we were in bed for about 1.30 and the room did vibrate a little
Breakfast next morning was good we must have liked it because we have booked again already for October 2008.
It's in such a brilliant central location.