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|"Great staff, rooms and food/drinks."||(in 285 reviews)|
|"Very modern, cool vibe."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"The bed is super comfortable!"||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Very noisy late at night!"||(in 82 reviews)|
|"The noise was absolutely horrendous all night."||(in 131 reviews)|
|"The ear plugs provided don’t help."||(in 41 reviews)|
|staff were friendly||in 683 reviews|
|great hotel||in 496 reviews|
|noise at night||in 396 reviews|
|great location||in 381 reviews|
|rooftop bar||in 300 reviews|
|ear plugs||in 278 reviews|
|night club||in 259 reviews|
|impossible to sleep||in 170 reviews|
|great shower||in 89 reviews|
|record player||in 89 reviews|
|dublin||in 76 reviews|
|small room||in 60 reviews|
|comfy bed||in 54 reviews|
|single beds||in 23 reviews|
|great atmosphere||in 15 reviews|
The decor was great, staff friendly and very accommodating. The location is great and will definitely stay there again. Our room was small but wasn't a problem.
Ireland is a grand country to visit! When tourists make this their next stop, there is a lot to consider. One thing to think about is where they will stay. If they are in the Dublin city area, they can choose a Dean Dublin. Dean Dublin is a boutique hotel that gives history, luxury, and modern amenities. This is quite an eclectic hotel and guests of Dean Dublin will enjoy their stay here. After all, it is in the heart of Dublin city.
The rooms here are all set up in different ways, but they are all outstanding. They feature flat-screen Smart televisions with Netflix, mini bar, Marshall speakers, rainforest showers, WiFi, air conditioning and climate controls, mini fridge, and coffee maker. The linens are soft and cozy, and the beds are wonderful pillow top mattresses. There is dining on-site, and guests can enjoy food and drinks at Sophie’s and Dean Bar.
Dublin is a world of fun, and when guests of Dean Dublin are ready to explore the area, these sites are nearby: Harcourt Street, St. Stephen’s Garden, Grafton Street, Guinness Storehouse, IMMA, Kilmainham Gaol, National Gallery of Ireland, The Science Gallery, The Creative Quarter, and 3Arena. It is important that guests of Dean Dublin find out where the best local pubs and restaurants are too. They can’t come to Ireland and not eat Irish food! Staying in Ireland is a dream come true and staying at Dean Dublin will help guests to make their stay even better!
Policies vary by room type and provider.
Crowned Ireland’s Best New Establishment at the National Hospitality Awards back in 2015, you can expect first-class amenities and service. A boutique hotel that has contemporary sophistication, it is truly unique and unlike any place you have stayed before. Through a partnership with the Irish Museum of Modern Art, striking pieces are found throughout the property. Works by well-known artists such as Patrick Scott, Mark Francis and Samuel Walsh are featured.
If you are looking for a stylish getaway, book a HIFI room. Featuring an oversized bed and corner views across two directions of the city skyline, you’ll be living a life of luxury. There is a sleek Rega turntable will popular vinyls to choose from, plus Grafton Barber accessories. The light-filled room has a private bathroom and is available from roughly €285 (approximately $354) per night.
The Gig & Stay bundles are ideal for travelers who want a taste of the city with overnight accommodation, a welcome drink, a three-course dinner at The Grayson restaurant and a late check-out. Tickets can also be purchased for The Stella Theatre Rathmines, a famous attraction in Dublin. For a fully immersive experience that is sure to please, consider the Suite Dreams package. From roughly €560 (approximately $695), you will receive accommodation in one of the expansive suites, a breakfast voucher for Sophie’s, a bottle of champagne, strawberries, a snack tray, a late check-out until 1:00 pm and access to the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
The Blue Room is classy and spacious. It is ideal for business meetings, social galas, conferences and product launches, with space for up to 120 people. Audiovisual equipment, including projectors, can be supplied. The Penthouse can also be reserved - a smaller and more casual area with breakout spaces suited to as many as 25 guests. A functional bar, poker and foosball tables create a dynamic setting.
Catching a taxi is the simplest way to travel from Dublin Airport, with the ride taking about 45m and costing roughly €35 (approximately $43). A more budget-friendly alternative is the Airlink #757 bus, which goes to Stop #1074 on Charlotte Way, only a 3min walk from the hotel. The bus journey will take about 45min and cost roughly €7 (approximately $9).
The Dean Bar hosts guest DJs on weekends and is one of the hottest parties in town. Open late through the night, you can keep the party going. Head upstairs to the rooftop terrace to catch the sunset, where you can also sip on a signature cocktail.
Discounts can be received when you book for at least two or three nights. Reserving your room at least 14 days in advance can also acquire savings, plus additional features such as complimentary bike rental. (Prices checked 16/07/19).
The Dean Dublin is located at 33 Harcourt Street in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green, 1 km from the centre of Dublin. St. Stephen's Green is the closest landmark to The Dean Dublin.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at The Dean Dublin.
Yes, The Dean Dublin offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Dean Dublin does not offer free parking.
No, The Dean Dublin does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Dean Dublin is 10.2 km from Dublin. The Dean Dublin is 115.2 km from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, pets are not allowed at The Dean Dublin.
No, The Dean Dublin does not have a pool on-site.