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Reviews - Bridge House

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24 - 25 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, 2

Price From 73.54 AUD

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All reviews (7)

29% would recommend it to a friend

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  • K Dove

  • March 2016

Crash Pad

This Hotel is great if you are on a Stag Night, and just need a Room to crash in.

The Room I stayed in on the top Floor, had a Spiral Staircase leading to an Attic Room. The Staircase was so narrow, you could not bring up a Suitcase. You could not evacuate that Room in a hurry!

  • Annouk F

  • February 2016

Awful

The location is great but it is the only thing good in this hôtel.

The room is very small, the bed are not comfortable at all. The Windows has a view on the garbage of the restaurant downstairs with the strong smell of french fries that comes with it. Also there is a huge pipe which make a lot of noise. The heat was always on so that it was hot like in a oven, i tried to turn it off but the staff said it was not possible. Also the bathroom is very dirty and the door of the shower was broken.

  • Susan L

  • November 2015

In the centre of Dublin

Lovely views of the Liffey from large window.

Easy to find accommodation, very warm comfortable room with bouncy bed, tv, brand new ensuite bathroom. Large room. Walk to all visitor attractions from there. Close to tram, train bus to visit seaside. Tea/coffee on tap 24 hours in lounge. Very happy with my choice of stay.

  • R Hyndman

  • July 2015

It was a Clean tidy room but terrible mattress and hotter than the sun even with the fan on .

Grand for a one night stay if you don't have back problems - u get what you pay for ..so for the price it was fine. Nice to have a wee cuppa in the meeting room .

  • Eamonn Mc Dermott

  • November 2014

B Continental breakfast consisted of cereal toast.

and tea. That is if the electricity did not go off from time to time. Two of the seven days we had nothing due electrical faults. Foul language by male receptionist towards my Daughter. No tea or coffee facilities. Bedding not changed. Very un friendly towards the disabled. All in all a very unpleasant place. In fact I was disgusted With the place. eal

  • Peter V

  • August 2014

Guest house with good location but with very poor customer service

I stayed in this guest house for two nights but was not very happy with the service and other facilities provided.

I also think this accommodation is generally overcharged for what they offer. After we came, the lady behind the desk was not very friendly. She seemed she hates her job. She did not make any eye contact, smile or whatever. She was just reading all the procedures and information as a machine. She did not make such a good impression. I think, a little smile would make a much better impression. Other two ladies in following two days were slightly better.

The guest house is in the centre of Dublin, near to all attractions and main centre road, which was my purpose of selection. It is above the Italian restaurant, which was very nice. The guest house is in a very old building, where you could hear every step from other rooms, noise from outside as the windows are also very old and poorly sound-proofed. The rooms should be also refurbished a bit. It looked like there has not been any change for the past 10 years. The rooms were relatively clean when we arrived. Also towels and bathroom prepared. I would also expect some table in the middle of the room. I had to put all my clothes, documents and other stuff on tiny chair.

Further issue was a broken TV, which i reported on the reception but the lady said something like "maybe you have not switched it on properly because the maintainer was testing it before, and it worked". Whether i forgot or did not forget how to switch on the TV, after two same reports of this issue on the reception, nobody came to check it within three days. I would also mention the breakfast, which costs 5 euros and it consists of toast and coffee/tea. I think you should get more options for 5 euros. Some yoghurt, fruit and more options of juice should be offered. But you still have an option to decline the breakfast, so it is better to have a breakfast outside.

To conclude, only the location of this guest house is great but on the other hand, they need much more improvements for being a perfect guest house. I think you can find a better place in Dublin for 134 euro for two nights.

  • Andrew D

  • August 2014

Perfect low budget place to stay if heading out in Dublin.

Basic, but it's not as if you need much more if you're going to be out in the city. Good value!