by Lissa Poirot
One of the oldest hotels in Dublin, the comfortable hotel features family quad rooms with four single beds or one double and two single beds. Families of three can each get their own bed in a triple, but other than these options, families will need more than room in this traditional European hotel. The centrally located hotel was built in 1887 and is also the birthplace of Murphy’s Stout.
Our Editor Loves
- Centrally located
- Traditional European hotel
- Family quad rooms
by Don M
I spent a three nights at the Central Hotel for a wedding weekend. If you want to take in the sights and enjoy the attractions of central Dublin, it's ideally located. It has a wonderful Library Bar and my room was clean and the bed comfy. The plumbing could use some attention: water pressure in the bath/shower was really poor and the handle of one of the taps came off in my hands. The only window in my room had a curtain that could not be raised or opened. That window also admitted noxious cooking odors from the kitchen, and a good bit of noise from Saturday night revellers. Not horrible, and not horribly expensive. But I think I'll try another hotel next time.
The people at the hotel could not have been nicer and more helpful. Loved our room and we loved the "Library Bar" in the hotel. Excellent central location within walking distance to Temple bar, Guiness tap room, Teeling Distillary. Stags head bar. Oniels bar. All great places. definately stay there again.