Morrison Hotel

, Dublin, Ireland
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Morrison Hotel

, Dublin
4 star

Rooms: 90

Lower Ormond Quay - Dublin - 1 - Ireland Hotel Website | | 1 887 2400
611 Traveller

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Delightful Dublin
Submitted by: Kay in 16/01/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
The Morrison is a wonderful hotel - good location, breakfast excellent. Friendly and helpful staff. Our room was beautiful, the only complaint we had was there wasn't a mirror in the bedroom. Otherwise, everything was perfect.
Comfortable + elegant
Submitted by: Deborah Fajerman in 14/06/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
The staff were very pleasant. The room was beautifully designed but understated, and very comfortable. We really enjoyed staying there and it was a great central base for exploring Dublin.
Great Location
Submitted by: Kathryn Casbolt in 17/04/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
Right on the Liffey, and directly opposite Temple Bar, this hotel is ideally situated for sightseeing in Dublin. Designer John Rocha has stamped his mark on this elegant yet comfortable hotel. Rooms are tastefully decorated and the luxurious bathroom contains wonderful toiletries. The Full Irish Breakfast was amazing, staff polite and helpful. A taste of luxury!!!
A room without a view!
Submitted by: Nicky in 22/03/05
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
The hotel is stylish and well located. The staff are very friendly and the bar and club excellent. However, our superior room overlooked the restaurant! We were hoping for a view of the Liffey not the hotel diners. The noise went on until 2am. To be fair when we complained we were moved but why they built rooms with only an internal view is puzzling.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Morrison Hotel

Birthday Suprose

I took my boyfriend to Dublin as a suprise for his Birthday and we stayed at the Morrison. Great location, a stone's throw from Temple Bar but across the river so that it's quiet.
Inside is really nice, very modern decor, with a cool bar.
Room was very nice, with a well stocked mini bar and big fluffy bathrobes.
There was scaffolding at the back when we stayed and they started banging about quiet early, so check they've gone before you go. Also we didn't have any sort of welcome pack in our room, but not a big deal.
If you are a smoker and want to have a drink, go to the actual Temple Bar as they have an area in the middle of the pub which has no roof and you can get away with smoking here!


from pico74
Wonderful hotel in great location - we had a very pleasant overnight trip to Dublin. Got it cheapest on laterooms
Better than a lot of 5 stars I've stayed in. Modern and very tasteful decor.
Atmospheric bar downstairs.
Will definitely stay there again.

Very good

from Hooray1
Very good hotel. Great rooms, good service and a fantastic bar. Good location right on Stephen's Green. Highly recommended.

Stylish and convenient

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel is one of those you'll want to keep returning to - overlooking the Liffey and only a few minutes walk over the bridger to Temple Bar. Our first trip to Dublin - what a great choice of hotel. The reception staff were fantastic & keen to help. Can recommend Halo, the hotel restaurant but check breakfast is included in your deal though.
The cold breakfast buffet was more impressive than the hot one with a good selection of fruit etc for a city hotel.
The room was compact but reasonably generous - and bed gorgeously comfy ! Only complaint was that the electrical wiring had to be done by a bald person who never uses a hairdryer - no plug socket within stretching distance of a mirror.
Hopefully this will be rectified when the hotel opens rooms in the new extension later this year.

A class all the way!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Morrison Hotel could not be faulted, but then who could fault a hotel that stocks Molton Brown toiletries! The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was clean, stylish, modern and spacious. Service to the room was very fast. Breakfast was highly satisfactory too... I highly recommend the pancakes! Location of the hotel was excellent - Right near a bridge crossing directly into Temple Bar. Unlike with some establishments, the photos of this hotel show it for exactly what it is. Enjoy!

Just right!

from Arripay
A great hotel. Friendly staff, comfortable rooms and perfect location.

Great choice!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the Morrison in May and it was terrific. Great location (just a short stroll across the bridge to Temple Bar, Grafton Street, Trinity College, etc.), clean rooms, modern furnishings, plush robes, excellent staff, great restaurant -- no complaints! Desserts are worth the cost at the restaurant! We would definitely stay here again.

This Hotel is Fabulous

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel is fab. Don't listen to the doubters, try it out for yourself. It is in an excellent location, has polite, friendly and efficient staff, and is the epitome of 'zen' chic. A particularly great place for a weekend or a mini break. If you are very conservative or very traditional, unwilling to try new things or prefer chintz, then this hotel is not for you. As for the lighting or working the toilet flush - only the blind or intellectually challenged need be concerned. Book in - try it - enjoy! You are extremely unlikely to be sorry.

Just Average

from DeveA666
I was pleased to book the Morrison on the recommendation of a friend and furthermore I checked out the reviews on this site.The staff are excellent indeed you are made to feel most welcome. Customer service levels from Rank and file staff upwards are quite excellent nothing was too much trouble. The standards I experienced were up there with the best i've experienced in the world. Better than the OTT grovelly service in the Krungthrep Wing @ Shangri La Bangkok.The breakfast was execellent.The location is superb well within striking distance of grafton street 5-10 min walk. Theres also high street stores approx 200 metres to the rear of the property near the Jervis shopping complex. Close enough to the action on Temple bar just a 2 minute stroll over the millenium bridgeSo where does it go wrong? THE ROOMS. They lack practicality space is wasted and the overall effect is a fudged feel. The contemporary look is all good and well The Malmaison Newcastle pulls it off to good effect The Morrisons Finish looks a little tired in places with some of the furniture and fixtures looking aged and shabby. I did feel a little disappointed within this area.Building work is also in progress at the hotel as they extend to cater for more guests. The disruption is contained to the hours of 10.00am until 16.00 pm although on day 3 a friday they commenced drilling at 08.30 am To be honest we didn't notice it too much. I do hope they have brighter corridor/communal lighting in the new wing.All in all an excellent medium size hotel with average rooms.

A Fantastic Stay at The Morrison

from sarahc454
My stay in Dublin was made even better by staying at The Morrison. My room was quite spacious, with a nice seating area, original artwork, a very comfortable bed, and a great view of the river. Breakfast was included, which I found to be excellent on all three mornings, and the room was so comfortable that I actually cut into my sightseeing to sleep in and lounge around in the morning. If I am ever in Dublin again, I will no doubt stay there again!

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  • Address: Lower Ormond Quay - Dublin - 1 - Ireland
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