Days Inn Dublin Talbot Street Hotel

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Days Inn Dublin Talbot Street Hotel

2 star

Rooms: 60

Talbot Street - Dublin - Ireland Hotel Website | 18749202
279 Traveller

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An ok place to stay

from jennga13
We stayed here for two nights over a week-end. Given that our main reason for visiting Dublin was a friend's birthday, the Days Inn was fine, especially considering some of the hotel prices we found. The location was great, we walked everywhere at all times of day and night.

Our room was narrow, with comfortable twin beds, a plastic chair, an open closet, television and tea/ coffee service . The bathroom was small but very clean, as was the room. One note on the shower, you have to turn it on while standing in it, otherwise the water gushes all over the floor! Unfortunately we didn't experience the included breakfast as we got in very late both nights, so I can't comment on that.

The only recommendation I would make is to ask for a room in the back, particularly on the week-end. We were in the front on the second floor and had people walking past singing and yelling until about 4:30 in the morning. Considering we got in at 3am ourselves, it wasn't a major issue, but would be if you went to bed any earlier.

a great location!

from musy
I stayed at this hotel for one night to see a concert in town and was immedietly impressed by how close it was to the drop off & pick up points for the Airport bus. The location is on a side street off O'Connell Street, so it's very very central. The staff were extremely helpful, the room was compact (but who needs a huge room when you're on a city break anyway?), comfortably furnished and very clean. Being on a side street, it's also very quiet at night. Grafton street was about 10 minutes walk away too. I basically couldn't say a bad thing about this place & my fiance agrees with me. & at 80 Euros, I'd definately stay there again!

Cheap and Cheerful

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Hotel is in a very good location, with Pubs, shops and public transport a stones throw away.

The staff were very friendly, and made us feel at home.

The only complaint that I have is that in 2 places in our room were exposed live electricity wires that my 16 month year old son could have quite easily touched / chewed / pulled etc. These simple things, could have tragic consequences.

If anyone from Days Inn reads this - our room was 312 and the bare wires were a) next to the electric heater and b) below the television unit. Please fix ASAP.

That was our only complaint - good vfm and would recommend to the budget traveller.

comfort on a budget

from Tracey1110
We stayed at the Days Inn from29/08/2005 for two nights.The staff were very polite and helpful and our room was clean and of a nice size. There was tea/coffee making facilities which was ok, and a colour T.V.. The bathroom was of average size,with complentray shower gel and soaps. Towels were plentiful, clean and soft. We had breakfast which was either a full english, loads of toast, or you could choose cereal. The breakfast was lovely and hot.The staff there were only too happy to help.
The location of the hotel was brilliant, very central, you walk out of there right onto Talbot street with the shops, only a few minutes walk from O connel street. There is a amusement arcade just round the corner from the Days Inn, which is great if you have kids.
If I came to Dublin I would stay here again.

Good location, but make sure you get a quite room...

from jen83
This hotel was ok for a budget hotel in Dublin but you need to make sure you get a room away from the restaurant/ disco next door as it gets really noisey int o the early hours of the morning.

t Stay There

from AnonBear
Cramped, noisy, unclean, smelly and shabby - basically nothing good to say about it at all.

Rooms too small to move in and bathrooms disgraceful.

Tried to check out after first night - but the whole city was sold-out (U2 were playing - hence our visit).
Had to revert to plan B which was to stay out for most of the night, purchase ear plugs and try and sleep in the day-time (when noise levels were almost bearable and we were so tired that we didn't care where we were).

The breakfast was inoffensive and the only saving grace is that there is an excellent independent local restaurant, about 2 doors away.

On night 3 we even considered trying to get arrested for a change of accommodation - it really is that bad! Please don't make the same mistake...

Good location, ok accomodations

from kmf4003
Walking distance to O'Connell Street. Grafton St. if you are ready to walk 15-20 minutes. Shuttle bus from airport. Small rooms, but clean. Very small shower. Good breakfast. Staff will bring it to room if you need to leave hotel early.

ve ever stayed in

from GlobetrotterKing
My wife and I stayed here 4 nights in May 05, room 311. While the location is central and we found the premises clean and the receptionists more disinterested than overtly unfriendly, the bummer was the size of the accommodation: miniscule bedroom (about 7 ft by 10 ft) with only a single, plastic chair even though room was billed as a twin. But the real shocker was the size of the shower cubicle: the sliding doors to it widen to exactly 18 inches (I measured), so my 5-10, 185 lb. frame got scraped, backside and frontside, getting in and out; and couldn't even bend over to pick up my soap bar from the floor because head and backside hit the edges. Even by European standards, the tininess of room and bath was ludicrous. At 140 Euros per weekend night and 89 per midweek night reserved on the DI website (excluding breakfast), we felt fleeced to say the least. As to noise: the sound from the pubcrawlers on the steet was nothing compared to the din when late-night guests returned to their rooms here, screaming, swearing, banging room doors repeatedly, etc., all magnified by the wafer-thin walls. IMHO, Days Inns HQ should pull this franchise immediately to maintain its good name.

Good accomodations for the price

from hmg1515
We stayed at the Days Inn on Talbot Street in Dublin for one night and although the rooms are small they were clean and the location is great. We got to the hotel at 10:00am and were able to check in early which was fantastic! We took the Air Coach bus from the airport and were then able to walk to the hotel, only about 3-4 blocks. We also were very close to one of the pick up points for the on/off tour bus throughout Dublin...which is a great way to get around town and see the major attractions. The only other area I would recommend to stay in is the Temple Bar area but location was perfect for us. I do agree on asking for a room towards the back as it was a little loud at night but we were able to sleep just fine with the windows closed. Lastly, the breakfast is not that great...for the price it's ok but I'd almost recommend going to McDonalds or something like that instead...especially if that is your first taste of an Irish Breakfast.

Only if you are on a very tight budget!

from jt31
I was prepared to be open minded about this one, as I was on a girl's weekend with a budget, but unfortunately you don't get much for your money!

I booked non-smoking twin rooms for on the Days Inn website, for about £75 per room per night (Sat and Sun). This end of Talbot street is a bit dodgy and is a mish-mash of discount shops. Blink and you'll miss the hotel entrance!

The reception staff were friendly, but said that they only had one non-smoking room despite the fact we had booked in advance on their own website, and that we were on different floors. The smoking room did smell, but they could not change our room until the next day. The rooms were extremely small, the very narrow twin beds were pushed together. The bathroom was tiny, no bath, only shower cubicle, and not very clean.

It reminded me of student halls of residense, but to be honest, I've seen better student digs.

Although there are a few big departments stores and other shops nearby, it was a fair walk from grafton street and temple bar (especially in heels!!). Anyway, after a hot, noisy night (we had to leave the window open to get some air in the room), basically sleeping nose to nose in little more than camp beds, we'd had enough. We got a bit of a refund, and checked ourselves into the Morrison. Ahhhhhh, bliss! Worth every single penny of the extra money.

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  • Address: Talbot Street - Dublin - Ireland
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