AddressAnglesea Street, Temple Bar DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Blooms Hotel is located in Dublin’s Temple Bar district, 150 metres from Trinity College and Dublin Castle. It has a traditional Irish pub, a nightclub and rooms with flat-screen TVs.
The comfortable rooms at Blooms feature safety deposit boxes, hairdryers and a room service menu is also available. They include bathrooms with showers and baths.
The VAT House Bar is a traditional Irish pub and gets its name from the vat house in the Guinness Brewery. Club M is the hotel's popular nightclub, where guests receive free entry.
Grafton and Henry Street, Dublin’s premier shopping areas, are both within a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Located in a vibrant area of the city, the hotel is surrounded by a fantastic range of restaurants and bars.
Please note that upon check-in guests are required to present valid photo ID and a credit card to guarantee payment and extra charges.
If you do not have a credit card at check-in, you must pay for your stay on arrival and provide an additional cash security deposit.
Please note that if guest provides a debit card, this will be charged at least 48 hours to arrival as debit cards cannot be preauthorized
Guests may experience some noise from the hotel's bar and night club, especially at weekends.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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