Adams Trinity Hotel

, Dublin, Ireland
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Adams Trinity Hotel

, Dublin
3 star

Rooms: 28

28 Dame Street - Dublin - 2 - Ireland | 016707100
110 Traveller

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8/10
very comfortable
Submitted by: david allport in 13/08/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
This is a very comfortable hotel well situated for the temple bar & the shopping area in Gratton St. we are going back for a pre chistmas break.
8/10
Great Hotel!
Submitted by: A Travel Library User in 03/04/06
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
I have to say that this hotel is ideal for a stay in Dublin. The rooms are basic but very nice and the staff are more than happy to help you so you will have a lovely stay here. The location could not be better! The hotel bars are great too and you won't have to leave the hotel if you don't want to during your stay which saves money on taxis. Would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to anyone looking for accommodation in Dublin.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Adams Trinity Hotel

Not again, no way, never

from logoball
Stayed at the Adams Trinity for 3 nights in late July. We had requested a quad room (2 adults, 2 adult children), so we were given a triple with a portable cot, which turned out to be less than comfortable. The room was outdated, and very worn looking. We apparently must have been above the live band in the pub, which played until 2 a.m. every night. The bathroom, while large by European standards, could have used a good scrub-down. The tub was very stained and the shower curtain plus the shower curtain to the window were very slimy. The full Irish breakfast in the bar/restaurant was nothing to write home about. The restaurant was dark and gloomy, and smelled of stale cigarette smoke and liquor. The only plus to this hotel was it's central location to everything one might want to see in Dublin. The quad room at 225E was the highest rate we paid of any room for 3 weeks in Europe. I would sleep on a bench in St. Stephens Green before I would stay at this hotel again.

s Trinity

from A TripAdvisor Member
There are good things and bad things about every hotel, the Adam's Trinty has it advantages and disadvantges.

The good things include excellent maid service and an amazing central location, but there still are a few bad things. The hotel resturant and bar (where breakfast is served) is excellent and staff were very polite.

On arrivial at our room at the hotel we found the lock for the door didn't work. When i phoned reception i was greeted by moody staff (sometimes very helpful but other times agressive). The door was fixed about 8 hours after it was reported, not good for a small hotel! The safe was compeltley broken and the "full irish" breakfast i was expecting, turned into a full english instead.

If i were to visit Dublin again i probably would stay at the Adam's Trinty hotel, but i hope there is no problems.

I go every year

from A TripAdvisor Member
This was my 4th time in Dublin and the 3rd time I had stayed at the Adams Trinity. I wouldn't stay anywere else when going to Dublin.
The location is great, ideal for the Temple Bar area (just accross the street) and close enough to walk to Grafton Street and O'Connell street.
We were lucky enough to stay in the room next door to Shane McGowan and got free tickets to his gig that night at the Theatre just up the street.
The staff are really freindly and the food is supberb.

Great location though hard to find and older hotel

from CookieWaters
Real address is on a back street you'll never find. Back of hotel is a pub that is on busy College Street. Staff is extreemly nice and helpful. Great location since you can walk to Trinity College and Temple Bar within 5 minutes. Frankly, you can walk to St. Patricks Catherdral, Christ Church, Dublin Castle, and all sites easily. Even across river to shopping district is easy to walk to. Dublin is surprisingly small. This hotel is a bit old and needs renovating. The staff is the best part. I would look for another hotel if I went back but if I didn't find what I was looking for, I wouldn't hesitate to stay here. I just think they need to update it. Oh, one more thing--- parking is down street in a public lot. Very costly to park there but hotel gives you some vouchers that help ease the pain. Still a lot.
By the way, go to St. Stephens Green and that shopping district. But go to all the streets, not just the main one. Lots of fun shops and stores.

1st time in Dublin

from westhamman
Stayed at the hotel 29th and 30th of May 2005. Paid 99 Euros per night for bed and breakfast. Stayed in room 305, view from room poor. The room was large with a double and single bed, sofa and chair. Tv with sattelite channels, movie and sky sports. Safe in room did not work they apparently offer a secure box in reception. The bathroom was of an average size, shampoo,shower gel clean towels daily, it could have done however with some refurbishment. Breakfast i would rate as being only average, Cereals, juice etc follwed by Irish Breakfast and toast. The hotel is ideally situated in Dame Street, close to all the shopping and drinking areas. The key question is, would I stay here again, the answer would have to be yes.

Never more welcome than the trinity

from A TripAdvisor Member
On an impromtu jaunt with friends to Dublin I was fortunate to stay at The Trinity hotel. Our Dubliner friend Padr hooked us up with the best accomodations one could ever hope for. In the wake of a Welsh/Irish
rugby conflict I was babtised into the Irish nightlife of The Temple Bar.
Late evenings lead to early mornings. The ever constant hiss of nitrogen filled pints of stout, that flowed among the inane and banal banter of we who refused to sleep, led to our early morning demise. The hospitality of the Trinity staff, remarkable. I did not have to be a Pogue to be treated famously.

Brendan E. Mc Caw
We return for the Ryder Cup in 2006!

Good review

from A TripAdvisor Member
Had a nice time in the Adams Trinity Hotel,the food was excellent,the only thing was trying to find the place,just found it hard especially when you are not from Dublin.... The breakfast was excellent, still can't walk after all the food... The room was nice,the only other thing was the noise from next door in the other room,it was to say the least abit annoying but all and all we enjoyed the stay.. To say it in a nut shell, a good time had by all.

Loved it, Good rooms. Next room was a little noisy though

from A TripAdvisor Member
Great hotel,central to Temple bar and tastefully decorated with three elaborate bars (one of them wooden panelled). Has a late disco on Saturday night which is mainly 70's, 80's chart music and a good laughStaff friendly and helpful.We had a great time and even managed to give on poor guy a full makeover whilst he was asleep! (sorry about that, but it was funny)People next door were a little noisy as the walls weren't too quite thin but I would recommend this hotel.

Good food good beer good hotel!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Couldn't have picked a better Hotel to stay in.... the rooms were tastefully decorated and the breakfast was excellent. The bars in the hotel were lively and the staff provided an excellent service.

Temple bar was right on the doorstep where you could choose from the "Traditional" Bars to the up and coming "Trendy" Bars.

All in all we had an excellent weekend - great value for money!

Dublin was great

from A TripAdvisor Member
my pal and i visited the adams trinity on a 3 night break from the 25/7/03 untill the 28/7/03 we had a great time the hotel is very central for everything ie temple bar graffton street and oconnell street. when checking out the hotel we were hit with a bill of 65 euro now we had paid in full at our travel agents and we were told the 3rd night was free but this was a supplement. Nobody told us at home or when checking in about this charge. i did see it on my my invoice about paying something locally but i guessed i had paid everything. im taking the matter up with cresta holidays hopefully i will get my money back.
apart from that the hotel is lovely and the staff are also very nice

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  • Address: 28 Dame Street - Dublin - 2 - Ireland
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