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    Area recommended for:
  • culture
  • sightseeing
    Distance to airport:
  • Dublin Airport (8.7 Km)
    Top nearby attractions:
  • City Sightseeing (0.5 Km / 6 min walk)
  • Dublin Bus Tours (0.5 Km / 6 min walk)
  • Temple Bar (1.1 Km / 14 min walk)
  • Dublin Castle (1.2 Km / 15 min walk)

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Barrys Hotel

1 - 2 Great Denmark Street, Dublin City Center, Dublin, Ireland (Show on map)

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"Near to city, friendly staff and clean..."

Siau, Malaysia June 30, 2015

Features of Barrys Hotel

Hotel Facilities

  • coffee shop
  • family room


  • car park

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Hotel Description
A minimalist and quaint accommodation situated in the center of Dublin and conveniently located...see more A minimalist and quaint accommodation situated in the center of Dublin and conveniently located only a few minutes from the famous O’Connell Street. Guestrooms include satellite television, coffee and tea making facilities, en-suite bathrooms and telephones. Guests of Barrys Hotel are treated to complimentary breakfast so be sure to stop by the hotel’s restaurant in the mornings. The Connolly train station is nearby so accessing other parts of the city should be fairly easy. Enjoy a few evening drinks and beverages from the cocktail bar after a long day. The lobby lounge is also available for chats and leisure purposes. The reception area is also available for making a stay at Barrys Hotel an enjoyable experience.
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Siau Y. Solo travelers
Malaysia, July 04, 2015
Near to city

Near to city, friendly staff and clean room
Very good and above average but the water pressure for shower is a little low.
David R. Couples
Spain, October 04, 2014
Not more than 55€ per night

Location, price and space of the rooms
As mentioned in the title you should not pay more than 55€ per night so if that is the price you found it is a perfect stay for just sleeping. Good location and comfortable.
Leanne R. Solo travelers
New Zealand, August 22, 2014
It was a place to crash.

A bed .......
Fairly simple accommodation. Nothing special. No restaurant. Fairly expensive but that weekend Dublin was packed and prices up it seemed due to big sporting event.
Tracie J. Solo travelers
Australia, July 12, 2013
Great budget accommodation

Friendly staff, good breakfast, close to transport and sights
Average room but considering price it was great. Lovely staff and very helpful. Good breakfast.
meiyi Y. Groups
Hong Kong, February 03, 2013
nice hotel

nice service
it is a nice hotel in Dublin. it has a good location which is near the city center. the staff is really nice. However, the room is a little bit smelly.
Bo E. Families with older children
Sweden, August 01, 2012
Old, smelly but cheap and close.

Cheap, fairly close to shopping streets.
we stayed there at the beginning of our trip and at the end. first we had a room in what must have been a older part of the house, it smelled bad, on the way to go mouldy. second time we got a room in the newer part and it was all right. the bathrooms were good and clean, the carpet had seen better days in both rooms. there is no elevator, which became a problem for us, carrying four big suitcases up 3-4 flights of stairs is not easy. most of the staff we encountered was really nice and helpful, not all of them though. the taxi drivers laughed at us when we told them where we stayed, barry's got a bit of a bad reputation.
Fook K. Families with older children
Malaysia, July 29, 2012
Very good location but has no lifts

Shops and food nearby
rooms are clean and of good size. room facilities are sufficient for tourists and room conditions reasonably well maintained. only problem is there are no lifts. thus older folks and heavy lugguages will be a problem.
mario M. Families with older children
Spain, June 19, 2012
great location and family atmosphere

location, friendly staff
the hotel is very well located, the staff is very friendly and the rooms are quite big. the price is quite good for what you get.
Stuart W. Families with older children
New Zealand, May 29, 2012
A 'character hotel'!

No frills, down to earth - clean and tidy.
this hotel is not flash, but its cheap and represents good value for money. our room was on the third floor - up many stairs with no lifts - and our room was like my old boarding school dorm ... right down beds lined up along the wall. but it was warm and dry, we could make a cup of tea, and the shower worked just fine. the staff were lovely and friendly, and the breakfast was ok. for the price.
Jacqueline D. Couples
United Kingdom, July 29, 2012
Cramped and shabby

Near the Dublin Writers' Museum, helpful staff
quite a long walk into the city centre and, for the price, shabby and rather down at heel.the adjoining bar, where breakfast is served, is full of rather dodgy characters at night. staff were helpful in a rather laid back way but several things didn't work- lamp sockets, the bathroom door lock was broken so couldn't be shut, and the staff claimed they had no one around to fix it because it was the weekend. the bathroom is extremely small and the fixtures poor quality. luckily we only came here to sleep! there was a window but a view of the backs of houses.

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