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Grubby rooms, thread bare carpets on main stairs, smells of damp in the stairwell
Wardrobes knocked up by inept Carpenters, bathroom had mildew on bath surrounds, and the sink was sunk into what seemed to be an excuse of some old piece of...More
We normally stay a little way out of the city centre when we visit Dublin but as U2 were in town we had struggled to find accommodation and the Parliament Hotel turned out to be the most affordable option we could find - hotel prices...More
We stopped for a drink during the day whilst walking around and went back in the evening just to watch the Irish dancing and listen to the music. Friendly place, large area so plenty of seating and was an enjoyable evening. Better than being on...More
The Parliament hotel is the location you want. Walking distance to Grafton st, Temple Bar area, the river Liffey etc..
There is a bar on the main floor with friendly staff where you can also get your free breakfast (if pre-paid) in the morning, Staff...More
The loaction of this hotel is perfect. Really close to everything. Tge rooms however are pretty basic if not slightly below average. It's not fancy, no fridge, no toiletries, no AC, but they do have a coffee tray :).. Also my room view was facing...More
US$130 - US$260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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