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Jurys Inn Custom House Dublin, Ireland

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Jurys Inn Custom House Dublin, Ireland

€ 58
Custom House Quay
Town of Dublin
Score from 36 reviews
An ideal budget hotel for both business and leisure travellers to Dublin, the Jurys Inn Custom House is centrally located along the River Liffey, beside the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) and close to the O2 Arena.
Ann  — 4.2.2012.
The location of our hotel on the Liffey was wonderful for walking aroundDublin city centre. We found some staff to be extremely helpful andothers less accomodating. We enjoyed our breakfast but would have likedsome daily variety. On a trip to Northern Ireland, our tour guide hadsome time to spare before our return on the train to Dublin. He took uson a quick tour of Belfast to show us the area of the troubles. It wasan informative and impartial eyeopener.As we passed a Jury's Inn Hotel,he told us that it was the first hotel chain to open in Belfast afterthe troubles. It indicated to the people of Belfast that they hadconfidence in the possibility of peace. He said that the people ofBelfast were very grateful to them for that. I thought you would like toknow how that show of goodwill had a positive effect on the passengerson our bus. The guide didn't need to say anything about that- he wasn't an employee of the hotel - just a grateful northernIrishman. Ann MacDonald
John  — 7.2.2012.
We had a great weekend, down for a relaxing break for 60th birthdaytreat for me (Evelyn). Went to The Gate Theatre on Saturday. Very funnyplay. Room was excellent, quiet, clean and comfortable. Will love tobring grandkids down for a week. I fell in love with Dublin. Plenty todo and see, loved the food in Jury'S. Staff were very pleasant andhelpful. Got the perfect room for me as I needed to be near the lift andhad requested a twin room but actually got a double bed and sofa bed.The best nights' sleep in months. When we were in our room we heardnothing from the other rooms it wqs so peaceful. We liked everythingabout the hotel. I have one query though and would love an answer ifpossible. Thanks. Please see below.
Catherine  — 13.11.2011.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Jurys Inn. I had read a few reviews that were negative, I just wonder what planet they were on. The hotel was spotless,clean beds, huge room looking towards the River Liffey. We arrived late morning not expecting to have a cooked breakfast at all but the staff were very welcoming and waited on us hand and foot. Within minutes we were served a full English breakfast.The second day I asked if porridge was on the menu and the lovely Irish girl said"Just give me a few minutes" and sure enough a huge bowl of porridge arrived. Excellent service indeed. I would stay at this hotel on my next visit to Dublin for sure.
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