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Bridge House Hotel

24 - 25 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin City Center, Dublin, Ireland D2 (Show on map)

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December 01, 2015 - December 03, 2015 | 2 nights
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This family run hotel is located in the heart of the Dublins bustling district of Temple Bar. The...see more This family run hotel is located in the heart of the Dublins bustling district of Temple Bar. The Bridge House Hotel is ideally situated near to the main shopping areas of Grafton Street and the world famous Guinness factory is just a short walk away. The hotel features comfy guest rooms all of which are clean and include large bathrooms and modern furnishings. The hotel is very popular with locals as well as international guests thanks to its genuinely friendly and professional staff who are happy to help the guests with any advise they need on sightseeing or choosing a restaurant.
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Brandy W. Couples
United States of America, June 30, 2012
Neat and clean in a good location

Great location
We used this as an easy hotel the night before leaving to go to the airport. The location was good - right in the Temple Bar area and it was noisy in the streets on a Wednesday night so I can imagine it being a little excessive on the weekends. The room was clean and decent sized. Internet nor breakfast were free but were included at extra charge if you are willing to pay for them.
Faizal H. Solo travelers
Malaysia, April 08, 2012
Great location but small rooms

Good location... That's about it...
the only thing good about this place is the location; its very close to temple bar and st. stephen's green. other than that, i have nothing else positive to say about this hotel. there was no lift, the room i got was tiny, the toilet flush was temperamental i.e. it sometimes chose not to work, for some reason the management thought it'd be a good idea to place the mirror above the toilet instead of above the sink and their "continental breakfast" is definitely not worth 5 euro. if you are okay with all of the above, then by all means stay here...
Cathal R. Business travelers
Ireland, March 12, 2012
nice clean friendly hotel

location, care taken, cleanliness
very comfortable stay, will be returning. very nice staff, very clean, room is cleaned every day if you wish and fresh towels provided. have no complaints whatsoever about this place.
Cathal R. Business travelers
Ireland, March 05, 2012
lovely budget hotel, superb value

cleanliness, friendly staff, location
Thoroughly enjoyed my stay here. Hotel is centrally located which was perfect for my work. Staff is very nice and offer fresh towels etc. every day which is always a nice touch. My double room was a nice size, warm and spotless, including the ensuite toilet and shower. Continental breakfast is 5 euro extra. Microwave and fridge would be great to have in the room but not a necessity! Zero problems with this place. Am returning.
Silvina R. Couples
Italy, March 22, 2012
Great location but terrible hotel

The building needs renovation. The stairs, floors and walls are not level. The windows are not sound proof so you can hear everything from the street below as it is located in Temple Bar, it can be very noisy. The staff did move me to a quiter room when I asked. It looks more like a hostel rather a hotel.
Bart R. Couples
Netherlands, August 15, 2011
Great location, rusty building

Great location (everything within walking distance), cheap, bedrooms were okay, nice staff, every day clean towels/soap/toiletpaper, 24-7 reception
we loved the fact that we could drop the key at the reception desk and just come and go whenever we like. it's nicely located in temple bar and it's pretty close to the jameson distillery, guinness storehouse and the spire (shopping center) and ofcourse trinity college. the downside however, is the noise of the traffic day and night. and there are a lot of partying people every night, they tend to get loud till late (3:30am)
mario G. Solo travelers
Malta, March 18, 2011
good location

next to all the nice pubs in dublin
nothfing special but very central and good for its money
Mary O. Groups
Ireland, October 30, 2010
Great location, clean and does the job.

Location, clean, nice staff.
Great location and just a street off the hub of Temple Bar so can get some sleep. Staff are nice and friendly. This is a budget hotel and you get what you pay for, the rooms are clean and unspectacular and the shower works. Couldn't ask for more considering what we paid.
tuyen V. Couples
Australia, May 17, 2010
viva bridgehouse

dirt cheap and good location
this is our third time here. the reasons we are coming back to this place is because all we wants is a place that is central and cheap. it is giving us an easy access to bar, restaurant and a place to sleep before heading to the airport. as mentioned before this place is cheaper than hostel if you are a couple wanting an en-suite room to yourself. staff performance is a bit of hit and miss.
tuyen V. Couples
Australia, February 22, 2010

good location and value for money
this is a good place for anybody who like to live right in the city centre. it's surrounded by cafe, pubs and restaurant. it's good value for money if all you want is a place to sleep before catching that early bird flight as we been using it for the last 3 occasion. it's worked out to be cheaper than the hostel especially if you dont want to share the bathroom as all rooms came with en-suite. it's reasonably clean and the only down side is the paper thin walls which could be a problem is you are a slight sleeper like myself. but this can be easily solve with a pair of ear muff or knock yourself out with alcohol. this is not a wheel chairs friendly either as the stair case is quite steep and no lift in the building.

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