Days Inn Dublin Talbot Street Hotel
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An ok place to stayfrom jennga13
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
Cheap and Cheerfulfrom A TripAdvisor Member
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 budgetfrom Tracey1110
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
t Stay Therefrom AnonBear
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 accomodationsfrom kmf4003
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Good accomodations for the pricefrom hmg1515
Only if you are on a very tight budget!from jt31
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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Other names for Days Inn Dublin Talbot Street Hotel
- dublin days inn
- days inn dublin
- Address: Talbot Street - Dublin - Ireland
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