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Barry's Hotel Dublin

Barry's Hotel Dublin

2 Stars

2 Great Denmark Street County Dublin


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Rating
Cleanliness 4
Facilities 5
Service 4
Location 5
Pricing 4
Overall 4.4
Barry's Hotel Dublin is housed within an elegant Georgian property in the capital's city centre, just minutes from O'Connell Street. Croke Park is just a stone's throw from the property, and Trinity College, Dublin Castle and the Olympia Theatre are just a short stroll over the River Liffey. The James Joyce Centre, and the Abbey Theatre are in the close vicinity, and guests are metres away from the terminal of the Dublin Ghost Bus Tour.

Location
The Barry's Hotel Dublin is in an excellent situation public transport-wise with Connolly Street railway station only minutes away, as well as Drumcondra light railway station. Guests arriving by car are close to the N1 and the M1 is just a short driving distance from the property.

Rooms
The guest rooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, tea and coffee making facilities, a colour TV and an ensuite shower.

Restaurant
Barry's Bar is a traditional pub which serves drinks and light snacks. For other dining options there are a multitude of international restaurants from which to choose close to the Barry's Hotel Dublin, with Denmark Street full of bars and cafes - all within a short walking distance.

General
Barry's Hotel Dublin offers a 24 hour front desk, luggage storage facilities, a TV lounge, public telephone, and a safety deposit box. Guests should note this is a non smoking property, and that there are no lifts available.

Additional Information

  • 1 km to the Train Station (Connolly)
  • 15 km to the Airport

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Reception
  • Dining Room
  • Smoke Free Hotel
  • Lobby

Room Facilities

  • Colour TV
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities

Barry's Hotel Dublin Guest Reviews (14)


Barry's Hotel Dublin
3.6 out of 5

The hotel was great value for money if you just want somewhere to sleep. It was clean, the staff were helpful and the breakfast was great. The room was very hot as there was no thermostat control on the radiator. If you slept with the window open it was very noisy. The club was a bit of a shock to say the least! but otherwise a great location, five minutes from O'Connell Street.

Karen Wheatland wrote on November 26, 2008


Barry's Hotel Dublin
4.8 out of 5

At an amazing price, Barry's gave us exactly what we were after. The Bar was also a bonus with one of the cheapest pints in dublin. We found all the staff very friendly and also were fuelled for the day with a hearty breakfast monch, which included all the favourites. The seemingly impossible to lose roulette machine provided hours of fun!! Located in the heart of dublin, we were only a two minute walk away from bars, clubs, restaurants. Definately would stay in Barry's again. Highly recommended!!!

Anonymous wrote on October 17, 2008


Barry's Hotel Dublin
3.4 out of 5

This hotel would be much better after applying some minor changes in the facilities. (Eg. more careful painting, changing some bedspreads, bordering the courtains) Some variety in the breakfast also would be wonderful. It is wonderful to have cofee/tea facilities in the room! Thanks for this.

Anonymous wrote on October 7, 2008


Barry's Hotel Dublin
4.4 out of 5

Only problem we had was climbing the stairs to the top floor, very difficult especially on check in and out when you have bags to carry. Would stay there again but only if we could have a 1st floor room at the back, found the road at the front very noisy until the early hours of the morning.

William Winstanley wrote on August 23, 2008


Barry's Hotel Dublin
5 out of 5

Barry's was situated in a very central location which was great. The staff were very friendly and breakfast was delicious. Bar prices were also very reasonable. The room was very clean and the bed was comfortable. There was a disco downstairs at night but we didnt hear anything. Checkout was 12 noon and we were able to leave our bags at the hotel until out night-time flight. I thought it was very good value for money and would definately come back again.

laura johnstone wrote on July 1, 2008


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Barry's Hotel Dublin Guest Reviews

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3.6 out of 5

The hotel was great value for money if you just want somewhere to sleep. It was clean, the staff were helpful and the breakfast was great. The room was very hot as there was no thermostat control on the radiator. If you slept with the window open it was very noisy. The club was a bit of a shock to say the least! but otherwise a great location, five minutes from O'Connell Street.

Review by: Karen Wheatland
Date stayed November 26, 2008

4.8 out of 5

At an amazing price, Barry's gave us exactly what we were after. The Bar was also a bonus with one of the cheapest pints in dublin. We found all the staff very friendly and also were fuelled for the day with a hearty breakfast monch, which included all the favourites. The seemingly impossible to lose roulette machine provided hours of fun!! Located in the heart of dublin, we were only a two minute walk away from bars, clubs, restaurants. Definately would stay in Barry's again. Highly recommended!!!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 17, 2008

3.4 out of 5

This hotel would be much better after applying some minor changes in the facilities. (Eg. more careful painting, changing some bedspreads, bordering the courtains) Some variety in the breakfast also would be wonderful. It is wonderful to have cofee/tea facilities in the room! Thanks for this.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 7, 2008

4.4 out of 5

Only problem we had was climbing the stairs to the top floor, very difficult especially on check in and out when you have bags to carry. Would stay there again but only if we could have a 1st floor room at the back, found the road at the front very noisy until the early hours of the morning.

Review by: William Winstanley
Date stayed August 23, 2008

5 out of 5

Barry's was situated in a very central location which was great. The staff were very friendly and breakfast was delicious. Bar prices were also very reasonable. The room was very clean and the bed was comfortable. There was a disco downstairs at night but we didnt hear anything. Checkout was 12 noon and we were able to leave our bags at the hotel until out night-time flight. I thought it was very good value for money and would definately come back again.

Review by: laura johnstone
Date stayed July 1, 2008

3.4 out of 5

the room was very basic but the beds were comfy.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 20, 2008

3.6 out of 5

Although convenient for the city centre, we were advised, once we'd got there, by a local man, that the area was undesirable, We were stunned to find that the hotel has a club open on weekends until 2am and a lap dancing club open nightly!!! We were also on the top floor with no lift and both arthritis sufferers! The hotel is a listed building (!) currently undergoing refurbishment so there was a lot of building noise. We were told that the nightclub will go as part of the changes. However, you get what you pay for, and the room was adequate and clean albeit somewhat jaded, and the breakfasts were adequate. Service was good and staff were helpful. I, personally, did not feel intimidated by the location during my 3 day stay.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 31, 2007

2.6 out of 5

A good location but hotel was awful in every way. in dire need of upgrading and serious redecoration. Clean where you could see, but clearly the furniture was not moved for cleaning. Bathroom floor was made up of dirty broken, cemented tiles, and where the cement (yes cement, not grout) was missing, dirt had gathered between the tiles. The noise from the street was terrible, however in fairness the lap-dancing club downstairs was quiet. Breakfast was good and the staff were pleasant and helpful.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 17, 2007

3.6 out of 5

it was worth the money. but beware of sunday nights. the bar in the hotel has something going on sundays and it gets very loud. i was up until 3 am with people screaming all night outside my window. other than that it was nice.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 6, 2007

3 out of 5

The Hotel is in desperate need of a new bed in room 1A as it was sagging and very uncomfortable. Also the fact that this room is above the main door meant if you open the window, you get all the smoke from everyone having to go outside to smoke.Also the noise that goes on until the very early hours is awful ,because customers from the nightclub and lapdancing club next door [adjoining]also have to go outside to smoke

Review by: James Boyes Veronica Boyes
Date stayed September 4, 2007

3.6 out of 5

Hotel staff very friendly and helpful. Hotel has seen better days and could do with a bit of attention. However, the staff kept it fairly clean. Situation ideal for seeing the sights of Dublin.

Review by: Robert Lynch
Date stayed August 23, 2007

4 out of 5

Good central location and very helpful staff. Room nothing special but clean and adequate for our needs and price was very good. Nice full breakfast. Very helpfull staff - allowed us to check in early (10 am) and then let us leave our bags until 6pm (no charge) on our departure day allowing us another full day to explore. Good choice fro a short break, city centre location

Review by: Peter Hobson
Date stayed June 9, 2007

3.6 out of 5

Good value for money - we only used the hotel to sleep in - watch out for the Disco at the weekend - keeps going until 02:45. Good Irish breakfast.

Review by: Denis Hutchins
Date stayed March 27, 2007

4.6 out of 5

Perfect location; a short walk to central dublin - little noise from the street - live irish music every sunday at the hotel - friendly and helpful staff

Review by: Espen Hansen
Date stayed February 5, 2007

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