|Distance to city centre||0.6 km|
|Distance to airport||9.4 km|
|bathroom door||in 113 reviews|
|car park||in 70 reviews|
|christ church||in 29 reviews|
|christchurch||in 25 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 212 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 239 reviews|
|great location||in 596 reviews|
|heart of dublin||in 79 reviews|
|overlooking the cathedral||in 9 reviews|
|room was very small||in 340 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 542 reviews|
|temple bar area||in 25 reviews|
|walking distance||in 32 reviews|
|windows open||in 13 reviews|
Front desk staff always seemed busy giving tourist info to guests ahead of me. Weird how you must pass the desk to get to your room. Felt like you are passing a panel of judges, though theyvare friendly. I think they should have an irish accented greeter because the staff here sounded like any nice hotel in san francisco where I am from.
Those who are coming to Dublin and looking for a place to stay may want to consider Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch. This hotel can be a good option whether someone is traveling on business or for pleasure thanks to the convenient location and all of the amenities that it offers. Many popular places to visit are a short walk away, such as the nearby Christchurch Cathedral, while others are just a quick drive. This property is smoke-free. This property has 182 rooms that could accommodate a family of four or three adults. The rooms feature soft and comfortable beds, along with private bathrooms, free wireless Internet and flat-screen televisions. The hotel also offers accessible rooms that have wider doorways and more floor space, along with accessible bathrooms. When staying at the restaurant, guests can have a drink at the on-site bar, or they can have a meal at the on-site restaurant. There is also a coffee bar at the property. Room service is available during certain hours at the hotel. Guests will find plenty to see and do in the area, such as visiting Kilmainham Geol, which is the largest jail in Europe that is unoccupied. The visitors could also visit Dublin Castle, which dates to the 1200s. Other options include the Irish Rock 'n Roll Museum, Guinness Storehouse, the National Museum of Ireland, and Croke Park. Plenty of places are available for food and drink, too, including The Lord Edward, Rosie’s Café, Siri Indian Cuisine, The Beer Hall, and The Beer Market.
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