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Fleet Street Hotel

Fleet Street Hotel

City Centre, Co.Dublin
The Perfect Location in Dublin's City Centre
Perfectly located in the heart of Temple Bar, in the midst of cool cafes, traditional bars and trendy shops The Fleet Street Hotel offers affordable comfort mixed with modern style.
The hotel’s calm atmosphere allows a tranquil environment in the most central location Dublin has to offer! Just minutes away from a vast selection of shops, galleries, theatres, restaurants and a host of nearby landmarks such as Grafton Street, Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse and Dublin Castle. The Fleet Street Hotel Temple Bar offers affordable and central chic-boutique hotel accommodation.
 
Accommodation
Described as funky, cool and friendly, The Fleet Street off newly refurbished hotel accommodation that offers a mixture of double rooms, twin rooms, family and triple rooms to suit each individuals' needs. Each room is individually decorated in crisp linen and shades of smooth chocolate and autumn toned soft furnishings. Each are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, power showers, flat screen TVs, satellite televisions and all day and night complimentary wireless internet access to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
 
Dining
Breakfast is served from 7.30am -10.30am daily in the dining area. A basic room service offer is available for breakfast. A vending machine is available on the 2nd floor which sells drinks, snacks and amenities. T.G.I. Friday’s is located on the ground floor and serves lunch, dinner and drinks daily in a fun and relaxed environment. Great coffee and snacks are also served on the ground floor at Starbucks.
 
O’ Sullivan’s Pub
Relax and rewind in our traditional Irish pub, O’Sullivans, which is located on Westmoreland Street. O’Sullivans is proud to be one of Dublin’s oldest traditional pubs, steeped in history and is popular among many Dubliners as the perfect place to have some “craic agus ceol” (fun and music). There is traditional live music playing every weekend. O’Sullivans is famous for their hearty sandwiches.