Barry'S - Dublin53.35512, -6.26269
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in Ireland
Barry'S Hotel is set in a shopping area of Dublin and gives access to Olympia Theatre, which is about 15 minutes' walk away. The hotel opened its doors in 1887 and was remodeled in 2008.
The property lies within 1400 meters from Trinity College. Just 20 minutes' walk from Dublin city center.
The hotel offers quick access to a stadium and restaurants.
10 minutes' walk to Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane train station. Barry'S Hotel is easily accessible from Dublin airport lying within 10 minutes' drive.
There are 32 guestrooms featuring triple room and twin room equipped with ironing facilities, television, IDD phone, a writing desk and direct dial phone. They feature private bathrooms with a hairdryer and a shower.
Eat & Drink
Guests can try French, contemporary, European and Irish meals at the sushi bar Chapter One located 150 meters away.
Aside from a car park and a baggage storage, guests can make use of housekeeping, 24-hour reception and ironing service.
On-site sport activities include horse riding and billiards.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby at EUR 2.70 per hour.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of rooms: 32.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
EUR 2.70 per hour
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Bar/ Lounge area
Spa & Leisure
- Aqua park
- City view
- Air conditioning
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
In the Room
Sleeping arrangements for 3 personsSleeping arrangements for 3 persons, 1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
Hotel was shabby and dated , needs extensive renovation
Good value for money. Good clean comfortable room. Well maintained.Decent breakfast which is included in price. Quiet location for a city centre hotel, I'd definitely stay there again,
There is no lift. There was alot of stairs to get to the room and I had no help to get my heavy suitcase to my room, Bar and diining room were freezing cold.
i liked its location its only a short walk to the city centre
The hotel is freezing and the bar was freezing as well on the the coldest few days we have had so far. The remote control for the tv in our room didnt work the kettle was faulty you had to plug out the tv to use it and fiddle around with the wire to get it to work very dangerous / the bathroom lock on the door was dodgy also. Lock on the room door wasnt great either . I didnt enjoy my stay all was very disappointed with the whole experience . My wife complained about the kettle and the man in reception was rude when he came up to the room to look at the kettle. I would like a reply to this survey as i will no that ye read it
I didn't like anything about this hotel latch on the window was broke Carpet was dirty tiles were broke and filty dirty in the bathroom walls were dirty problem with switch board so couldnt use the phone television not working no lift and had 3 and half flights of stairs to go to the room staff very rude had a problem trying to check in because my id was in my maiden name. I wouldnt recommend this hotel to anyone its a disgrace. Stay anywhere but here it might seem cheap but it isnt
Window did not close properly Heating was not switched on and there was no Hot water on morning we left
clean sheets, about all that was ! room was relatively cheap but here you get what you pay for . Hotel needs refurbishment big time.
Rooms were dated and shabby, cracks in walls, dirty carpets, tv not working, bed old and worn, alot of black around shower
Reception staff, comfortable bed and hot shower.
No remote control, and when I got one at reception there was only rte2 on it and no other channel
Breakfast was included. Was also quiet on the night I was there (Thursday).
Entrance area a bit shabby. Didn't like climbing many stairs (no lift) to find my room.
The Latvian lady was exceptionally nice - pleasant -and helpful.When I fell down the stairs she came to my aid immediately as did a tall gentleman as well as one other gentleman. A good job by all.
checking out and going home!
cracks in the walls, live wires hanging out under the press, 1 tiny shower gel bottle, dirty cups, no remote for tv and no hairdryer unless we wanted to pay 10 euro deposit, they apparently had no more shower gel/shampoo or any towels to give us, cigarette burns all over the place including the sheets on the bed, the window in the room was broken, cigarette butts in the cups, room was freezing, no elevators, room really really really small, the bar was loud and noisey all night (obviously alcoholics since they didnt sleep), strip club/casino next door (not a place for children, or any sane person for that matter) ending with.... there would be more luxury in a hobos shoe!
I liked the friendly service and location of the hotel enaugh ouiet place.Close todowntown!
Could not choose the breakfaste as will..
The price was very good, and although it wasnt the prettiest hotel in the world, it was perfect for our needs.
Budget price! Friendly and helpful staff. Quiet at night at second floor. Good location for north side of Liffey sightseeing. Good bed light for reading. Plenty of warm water in shower. Tv in room, small but working fine. Decent breakfast served in ground level pub area (not included) for ok price. Good varied Irish trad/contemp music during breakfast.
Unstable spring matress, with the odd broken spring. Tiny shower space. No elevator/lift. Stair case had a dusty damp smell to it, carpet could probably use a good cleaning.
Bar was permanently closed. No lift. Dirty carpet, ceiling, walls and bathroom.
Very friendly and helpful staff, with a good sense of humor. The staff made the stay that much better for us. The hotel was in a good location, about 10 minute walk from Temple Bar area and 15 minute walk from Connolly Train Station. The room itself was good, just what we needed, clean and comfortable. The price was quite good for the hotel and I would definitively stay here again if I got the chance to go back to Dublin.