Barry'S Hotel - Dublin53.3551292419434, -6.26245021820068
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
Located in Parnell Square district, this lovely Barry'S Hotel is only a few steps from Ha'penny Bridge. The city centre is about 10 minutes on foot. The hotel is set 1.5 km from Live folk music.
Barry'S Hotel is at 900 metres of Eden Quay bus station.
Some rooms also feature private bathrooms equipped with a separate toilet and a shower.
Eat & Drink
An English breakfast is offered to guests daily. There is a lounge bar on site. The Murray's Bar is set 400 metres to the property.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Paid Public parking is possible at a location nearby.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of rooms: 32.
Off-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Facilities for kids
- No pets allowed
- No Smoking
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Ironing facilities
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
Bed options:Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
- City landmarks
Good locaiton, walk to all sights and relatively close to Centre of cbd
Beautiful location. Clean, quiet, cozy!!!
Everything is fine!
ease of access, cleanliness & comfort of rooms, good location close enough to centre to walk but far enough away to escape the noise & bustle.
A bigger breakfast would have been nice a 2 year old could have eaten more
The location was pretty good, since o connell St. Is popular. There are many steps, my 61 year old mother had to take rests between flights of stairs. The shower is so small, it was hard to maneuver without accidentally moving the handle to hot or to cold. Would have been nice to have a small continental breakfast included in the price.
It was inexpensive, clean, and reasonably well-located. No noise problems and they seem to be well organized.
No elevator and a somewhat difficult to find and lengthy route to the room on the second floor. This is an older building so modifications have been made to permit it to be used as a hotel. I had to reach the second floor and then search for my room which entailed going through a door to a half flight up and then down another half flight and through another door and then locating the room tucked away in a darkish corner. Security is a bit suspect as they warn one on registering to not leave valuables in the room. Locks on the doors are older keyed ones - I was careful to not leave my valuables when out. Yhe front desk staff held a valuable item for me but didn:t issue a receipt or seal it, though it was returned in good condition. They apparently have noisy activities Fri./Sat.and maybe Sun.on the ground floor and are associated with a casino next door. There were no problems with noise during my stay.
unbelivable good value.
The staff were very friendly the location was great for our needs. The pub downstairs did not affect us I would stay there again. its not a family hotel.
The reason I chose Barry's was the price for this location. It is literally 2 minutes walking from Dublin's main street, 5 minutes walking from main shopping street, 15 minutes walking from Tempe Bar area. This was the best price for this location. Except the location, the hotel has no other good points.
In sort: You will have to climb a lot of stairs with your luggages in order to get to a shabby worn dirty room with a terribly uncomfortable bed so you will wake up with a bad back every single morning. (Room 14) In more details: Hygiene and comfort are definitely not the strongest points of this hotel. The hotel has 4 levels with long stairs and no lift, so be prepared to climb loooong stairs with your heavy luggages. The room was small, the bathroom even smaller. The bath had cracks on it and definitely wasnt properly cleaned. I found pistachio shell in the room (it wasnt me who ate it). The TV in the room was at least 15years old with no remote. (should be in a museum instead of a hotel) The worst thing was the mattress: obviously someone very heavy slept on it and left a huge impact on the mattress, it caved in very badly, very very uncomfortable for sleeping, actually IT WAS THE WORST BED I SLEPT IN DURING THE LAST 5 YEARS and have really travelled over the world and slept in many hotels and beds.
The staff are extreemly freindly
barrys hotel is an excellent hotel in an excellent spot with everything on the doorstep. Staff were friendly and rooms were always clean.
slight problem with checking in. Price on the internet was cheaper than price i actually paid in the hotel all because i wanted to pay cash instead of card.
The convience to the city public transport as we were attending the RDS Horse showin ballsbridge.Each and every customer were threated in the same way with politeness and manners.
location was good...
breakfast was slow in the morning - not great...very old hotel...confusing trying to get to the room - door person at end of night was not that friendly...
Beautiful Georgian building in the centre of Dublin
It was very expensive for such an old out of date not very nice hotel. The shower was so small my husband could barley fit in.
not a lot , no bar in hotel and very expensive no lift shabby to say the least