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Bridge House Dublin2 Stars
24-25 Parliament Street Dublin
This elegant property is conveniently located in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin's vibrant cultural quarter with its great selection of bars and restaurants. The hotel is just 5 minutes stroll from Grafton Street with its exclusive shops and clubs. Also situated nearby are the Guinness Hop Store, the National Gallery, government buildings, the Natural History Museum, O'Connell Street and Dublin's main business districts.
The hotel offers elegantly appointed guestrooms that are facilitated with an array of convenient amenities to make you feel right at home.
Guests can start off their day with a delicious Continental breakfast and later enjoy fine meals served at the in-house Bella Roma Italian Restaurant.
During leisure, you can explore this beautiful region and the many attractions it has to offer.
- 10 km to the Airport (Dublin)
- Tour Desk
- Colour TV
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Bridge House Dublin Guest Reviews (13)
Very obliging and helpful. Have stayed in hotel several times. There's no hassle nor rudeness. Price is very competitve.
Anonymous wrote on July 25, 2009
Although in city centre, it was quiet and clean. Continental breakfast was very nice and the staff pleasant. Excellent location and good value.
Anonymous wrote on January 31, 2008
This is a budget hotel, so you needn't expect luxus provision. But it does represent excellent value. The location, at the edge of Temple Bar, is very convenient for all the centre of Dublin. Temple Bar itself is very lively, and stays noisy 'till around 3am, so don't bother with an early night!
Adrian Beasley wrote on November 15, 2007
i found the service very poor and customer service very poor which was made worst when i found the poorest service came from the shift manager and then found he hadnt processed my payment which i had to pay up front. and this was on top of over booking at the bridge house hotel which meant i stayed at the browns hotel but looking at the state of the bridge house this might not of been at bad thing
stephen kelly wrote on September 8, 2007
To expensive for this claustrofobic space. I expected more of a "hotel" - but it's just an accomodation. You can't hardly find it among the street signs. It's renovated so that's ok, but the window is impossible to open, it smells parfume and the breakfast just offers a very minimal of standard. The location is of course very good just in the heart of Dublin
Anonymous wrote on June 8, 2007
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