Jurys Inn Parnell Street Hotel

, Dublin, Ireland
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Jurys Inn Parnell Street Hotel

, Dublin
3 star

Rooms: 253

Moore Street Plaza Parnell Str - Dublin - 1 - Ireland 1 878 4900
619 Traveller

Reviews - Jurys Inn Parnell Street Hotel

Great Hotel
Submitted by: Octavio in 19/05/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: Spain
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
Stayed in this hotel for Eastern holydays and have to say it's a right choice. Only 5 minutes walking from the Temple Bar area. Rooms were wide enough. Toilets superb. Full Irish breakfast buffete amazing!!!

If you want a clean, new, and well located hotel.... this is your choice. Buses to and from the airport stops only a minutes walking!!!
Great new hotel
Submitted by: Joan in 09/03/06
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Found this hotel excellent. Myself,daughter and grandson shared a family room which was spotless also very quiet. Staff were pleasant and helpful.Dined in the restaurant and the food was very good. Would have rated as a 10 except for location, a little far from the old centre. Would stay there again.
Not Great!
Submitted by: Mick Gill in 08/04/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Relaxation Seeker
Stayed in early April 2005. Had problems checking in; it took over 20 minutes just to get my keycard, which did not work and I had to hump my bag's back down to reception, to get a new keycard. When I finally got into my room, it was a smoking room and not what I requested. I then had to go back down to reception, where I had to give my credit card detail's all over again to get a new room. The room was very far from stairs and lift. When I finally got to the room, I was impressed. Very clean. Had everything that you could possibly want. Went for a meal in the restaurant at 8.57pm, only about 5 fellow diners but I had to wait 15 minutes before the waiter took my order. Waited another 20 minutes before my starter came. I had to wait another 25 minutes for a medium rare steak, which was very greasy. I had a fruit salad and natural yogurt for dessert. The yogurt had sunk to the bottom of the bowl, due to the amount of ice cold water that the fruit was in. Took over 1hr 15mins to finally leave restaurant. Went to bed, but did not get a very good sleep due to constant door slamming from fellow guests. The buffet breakfast in the morning was cold. Did not enjoy my stay.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Jurys Inn Parnell Street Hotel

A terrible experience

from A TripAdvisor Member
Checked in at 4:00 PM on May 29th and was told that neither of our two rooms were available because housekeeping was overloaded with work.
The rooms had been reserved and pre-paid for two months. Nothing else really matters about a property if your room is not ready, especially for a one day stay.

Great location, but very noisy....

from jack06
The Jurys Inn Parnell Street is in a great location, less than a 10 minute walk to the Temple Bar area and Grafton Street Shopping. The hotel offers very reasonable rates (89 euros per night, internet rate). The rooms are modern and very comfortable.

Buffet breakfast for 11 euro is also fantastic value.

However, the hotel is very noisy. If people are walking past your door and talking, you are able to hear ever word that they say.

We had booked for two nights, unfortunately we had a group of people on a Hen's night staying next door to us, and when returning to the hotel around 3pm, they were extremely noisy, laughing, knocking on the wrong room doors, banging doors etc. The next day we checked out and found alternative accommodation.

After speaking to the Manager, if you do stay at the hotel and have problems with noise, call reception and they will get security to sort it out.

If you are lucky enough to have a quiet night, it is a good hotel, otherwise definetly bring the ear plugs!

Great location

from Kars
Having read mixed reviews about this hotel I would say that I was slightly apprehensive about what we might find.
The hotel is in a great location, just around the corner from all the shops on Henry St and about a 5-10 min walk from Temple Bar.
The only complaint I would have is that the walls are quite thin and you do hear most of the comings and goings during the night. But having spent every night in Temple Bar then managing to sleep wasnt too much of a problem!
We never ate breakfast in the hotel as we decided to try somewhere different each day. I would say that the Californian Sunrise breakfast at The Elephant & Castle is definitely worth a try.
We will certainly be coming back to Dublin as we had a great time and wouldnt think twice about booking a room here. Especially if we got the same rate which we booked through Travelocity - 89 euro a night.

great stay, good value.

from A TripAdvisor Member
We visited the hotel on 24th - 26th May 2005. We
found the hotel to be clean, tidy, and good value for money.
We wanted decent accommodation in a good location, and the
hotel provided both.

Also, round the corner on O'Connell St was a large taxi rank,
the main bus station (including the stop for the air coaches)
and the start of the city bus tour.

Less than satisfactory

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I booked this hotel based on the price, location and the reviews on this site. Our experience was less than satisfactory.
I had booked about 6 weeks prior for a 3-night stay. Upon arriving, I was told they did not have our reservation, but they had rooms available, so they booked us in. I was then told that we would have to wait until 2:00 to go up to our room (this was 9:00am after having taken the red-eye from Boston and wanting a shower and a nap more than anything). Now, I understand this is the policy of many hotels, but this has NEVER happened to me before at any other hotel. And I'm not quite sure why we had to wait if there were rooms available.
Some other issues: We were not told we needed to use our key to turn on the lights (I had never experienced this before) and when calling reception for assitance got quite an attitude in response; despite asking for our room not to be made up and leaving the do not disturb sign on the door, our room was entered and cleaned anyway and on the second day our keys mysteriously stopped working and when schlepping back down to the front desk, no apology or explanation was given as to what happened, just a cold response.
And to concur with some other reviewers, the walls are definitely thin and the beds are small. So bring earplugs and a sleeping partner you like to cuddle with!
It seems the entire staff of the hotel is under the age of 25. Perhaps this is part of the problem? All of staff I interacted with seemed to not care to be there. Definitely a zero in customer service.
Granted, these are not huge issues, but certainly annoying. Having stayed in many hotels in the US and UK, this was the worst experience I've ever had and I will not stay at a Jury's again.

Good value

from rednotdead
New hotel - clean, efficient and as anonymous as chain's usually are. Rooms excellent value at €89 for a triple. 10minute walk to Temple Bar, 5minutes to the shops, 2minutes to O'Connell street.

Breakfast a bit steep at €11 but literally over the road is a nice all day cafe offering a variety of breakfasts for not much money.

Bar is pleasant, opens till late and Guinness was the same price as Temple Bar area.

Good hotel, good location

from goldfishkeeper
The hotel is in a good location, about 5 mins from O'Connell Street and 10 minutes from the Temple Bar area. The room was clean, modern and spacious. It is also very easy to get to from the airport if you use the Air Link, as this drops you off at O'Connell Street. We had food in the bar on one evening and the food was good and not too expensive. The room we had was only 89 euros a night so was very good value compared to some of the other hotels in Dublin.

I only have one very small moan. On the Monday morning which was our last morning at the hotel, we receievd a knock on the door from the cleaners at 8.00 in the morning! Luckily I was awake, but wasn't too pleased. I mentioned this to reception as we checked out. But they seemed to think this was acceptable.

Great Hotel - Great Location at a Great Price!

from jml
We spent St. Patrick's Day in Dublin this year and stayed at the new Jury's Inn on Parnell Square. This hotel had terrific rates (approx EUR 150) and was located just off of O'Connell Street, within a 5 minute walk to Temple Bar.

The room itself was basic, clean and functional. Terrific value for the money! We'll stay again!

’s Inn Parnell Street is good value

from DJT...DJT...DJT
I must agree that Jury’s Inn Parnell Street is good value. We stayed at this hotel during April 2005 and booked for 79 Euros per night for a triple room using Jury’s own web site. The advantage of doing this is that you do not pay for the room until you depart and the Tax was included in the rate. It is a modern hotel and is very central just of the O’Connell Street. The bathroom and the room were clean and the Taxi rank is also close at hand with a fare of 16 Euros to Dublin Airport. The Temple Bar area is about 10 minute walk away, and the shopping district is also close at hand. The hotel staff provided the customary Dublin welcome and overall is very good value.

Good value for money

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at this hotel during the Easter period 2005 for 79 Euro's per night. I thought that this hotel was very good value for money considering it is very modern and was central to all of Dublins attractions. The rooms were standard 3 star, but were very new looking and were clean. There was a good selection of TV channels for a Irish/British hotel. The double bed isn't the biggest ,but we also had a sofa bed in our room which I thought was good. I would say, that I cant see how you could fit a family of four in a room comfortably-These rooms are ideal for two people. There is also a hairdryer and tea/coffee in every room.The walls are quite thin, but its fine as long as you haven't got any idiots staying next door to you. The airlink,aircoach bus stops are about a 200 metre walk away in O'Connell Street just around the corner which was very convenient. The Temple Bar area is about 10 minute walk away, but make no mistake this hotel is not in an isolated location. This hotel is great value for money and I would stay here again if I return to Dublin in the next couple of years.

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Other names for Jurys Inn Parnell Street Hotel

  • jurys inn parnell street
  • jurys hotel parnell street
  • jurys hotel dublin
  • Address: Moore Street Plaza Parnell Str - Dublin - 1 - Ireland
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