Welcome to Temple Bar Inn, Dublin
Boutique 3★ Dublin hotel in the famous Temple Bar Quarter
Temple Bar Inn is a 3* boutique hotel with 101 ensuite bespoke bedrooms located in the heart of Dublin City in the bustling Temple Bar district. This makes us the ideal hotel for a romantic getaway, family trip, business conference or shopping trip in Dublin. We are a stone's throw away from Dublin's most popular tourist destinations such as Trinity College, the National Museum of Ireland, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle and Grafton Street, as well as within walking distance to the 3Arena and the Convention Centre Dublin. Temple Bar Inn provides the most luxurious and comfortable retreat from the bustling Dublin city, while keeping you immersed in the culture and history of Temple Bar.
What Makes Us Different
Enterprise class Wi-Fi, mobile integrated flat screen TVs with cable channels and interactive IP phones in every room. Always stay connected.
Every one of our 101 bedrooms, from single to quadruple, includes a hairdryer, laptop-size safe, fully stocked mini fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries and dedicated work space.
We are just a few steps away from traditional live music, world famous pubs and the biggest tourist attractions in Dublin.
In addition to our 4 fully wheelchair-friendly rooms with accessible bathrooms, the entire hotel is also fully wheelchair-accessible from the lobby to the restaurant.
Freshly ground coffee and Bewley’s tea, guest computers with printing facilities, gym and pool (offsite), daily newspapers and business magazines, plug adaptors, colouring books and crayons for kids, sweets (for everyone).
Just a few hours outside Dublin you will find some of the most amazing views and wonders of the world. Visit our tour desk to arrange a trip to see some of Ireland’s wonders.
Temple Bar Inn is a great, convenient and well-decorated place to stay. The rooms are in modern style with all mod cons in a great condition (good to mention a safe in the room for storing electronic devices and other valuable stuff). Mind that double rooms are facing Fleet st. with The Palace Bar on the corner which may be a bit too noisy with live music till late night (ear plugs are provided by the staff). The only minor issue was a lack of fresh air - found no air vents in the room and the windows couldn't be wide-opened. On the other hand the air extractor in the bathroom was on all the time with no chance to turn it off causing a small but distinct noise even with bathroom door shut. In overall I would recommend Temple Bar Inn and will stay there on some future occasions.