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Hotel Wynn's Hotel Dublin Hotel 3 star
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35-39 Lower Abbey Street Dublin 1 Dublin, Ireland -
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The Wynn's Hotel was originally the Church of Ireland rectory of the Parish of St. Thomas. Situated just one minute from O'Connell Street, the hotel has been in existence in one form or another since 1845 So it's not surprising to find a charming, old-fashioned decor when you step inside. On top of that there is a gym, a bar and a restaurant. Wynn's is a lovely, unpretentious 3-star hotel.

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    • Hotel Wynn's Hotel Dublin

      Wynn's Hotel Dublin   -   © Alexis Bidegain/Easypresse

    • Hotel Wynn's Hotel Dublin

      Wynn's Hotel Dublin   -   © Alexis Bidegain/Easypresse

       
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    Location 9.61 /10

    It is difficult to find a more central hotel. Located on Lower Abbey Street, a stone's throw from the famous O'Connell Street and its public transport options (tram and bus), Wynn's Hotel benefits from all the advantages of being in a city centre. Ideal for visiting the city.

    Accommodation 7.70 /10

    The 65 guest rooms at Wynn's are divided into three categories: Standard, Deluxe and Suites. While the size, furniture and layout of the rooms differs throughout, all of them have the same classic decor in line with the rest of the hotel. You won't find any bed throws here, but rather traditional carpets and bedspreads. Not to mention quaint old-fashioned charm! In terms of amenities, guests will be pleasantly surprised to find a (small) plasma-screen television, ironing essentials, and tea and coffee-making facilities. After all, the hotel 'only' has 3 stars. Nothing much exciting in the rather basic bathrooms, however, which have either a bathtub or a shower (more often the case). Note that one entire floor is reserved for smoking rooms.

    Overview 8.55 /10

    This hotel building on Lower Abbey is commanding, but once inside guests will discover a friendly sized hotel, starting with the lobby. There are no seats here, it's really just a throughway where guests can put in requests at the concierge counter or collect their keys (no magnetic cards here!) from the reception desk. Originally, the hotel was created as accommodation for people going to the theatre. Today, the clientele consists of both tourists and business travellers, but people still come to take advantage of the surrounding theatres and the hotel's 'theatre' package. Wynn's also has three meeting rooms. Although almost all of the building is protected, the management was able to carry out a few adjustments in order to provide modern facilities, as well as a bar, a restaurant and a gym. Note that the hotel was last renovated in 2006, with work done on the guest rooms, the gym and the bar.

    Food and drink 8.20 /10

    As in most hotels, guests can choose to eat at the bar or in the restaurant. A lunch buffet is served at the former while the latter proposes two different menus for lunch (expect to pay ?25/£21 for three courses) from midday to 3:00pm, and for dinner from 5:30pm to 9:00pm. The food is not particularly original, and includes both local and international specialities (mainly French). Some of the dishes will certainly whet your appetite however, such as the chicken provençale, the fillet of sole and the duck in orange sauce, to name just a few. We liked the old-fashioned decoration that follows in line with the rest of the hotel: wooden tables with white tablecloths, large flower patterned armchairs, etc.

    To know

    Those arriving by car will be pleased to know that the hotel has 10 parking spots charged at only ?5 (£4) per night. Wi-Fi access is free throughout the hotel.

    Equipment

    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      beauty salon

    • Sports equipment

      mountain bike

    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room

    Traveller Reviews

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      • Package deals in août 2013 Posted on 2014-09-30 En couple - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre sans vue)

        chambre un peu petite mais propre; petit dejeuner délicieux et varié; localisation idéale

      • Advantages

        emplacement parfait pour visiter Dublin à pied

      • Disavantages

        taille de la chambre

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      • Overall Score 7.40/10
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