The Pearse Hotel
The Pearse Hotel in Dublin
The Pearse Hotel
Hotel Guest Rating: 4.2/10
98-107 Pearse Street
Welcome to the The Pearse Hotel
Situated in the city center, with crisp bedding, a full-service restaurant and underground garage, the non-smoking Pearse Hotel allows Priceline guests to sleep soundly, eat well and explore Dublin's treasures on foot.
White cotton duvets, cozy armchairs and satellite TVs in all 101 rooms of this four-story property tempt guests to slip into their nightclothes, make themselves tea or coffee, order room service and catch a movie or crack open a book. Those with work get right to it, as a desk, fax/modem line and Wi-Fi access (for a fee) are also standard. Those who prefer dining in the company of others visit the restaurant and bar, serving three meals a day (including a daily roast special at lunch) along with a bar menu. An on-site mini-gym helps in working off any extra pounds gained. Indoor parking is available for a fee.
This centrally located hotel is a 10-minute walk to Trinity College, 12 minutes to the National Gallery of Ireland and within 20 minutes of St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street shopping. Dublin Airport is eight miles away.
An excellent location for the price, say Priceline guests of The Pearse Hotel, impressed by the size of the rooms and comfort of the beds.
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Room Service
The Pearse Hotel Amenities
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Air Conditioning
- All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
- Babysitting/Child Services
- Baggage Storage
- Breakfast in the Room
- Business Center
- Currency Exchange
- Dry Cleaning
- Facilities for Disabled Guests
- Family Rooms
- Fitness Center
- Meeting/Banquet Facilities
- Non-smoking Rooms
- On-site Parking
- Private Parking
- Restaurant With Dining Menu
- Room Service
- Suit Press
- Vending Machine (drinks)
- Vending Machine (snacks)
- WiFi Available in All Areas
Hotel Guest Reviews of the The Pearse HotelOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
September 7, 2013
Was there anything that you did not like about this hotel? Rough ride in elevator, room reeked of cigarette smoke though I'm a non-smoker, decor very outdated and dingy, no air conditioning, no pens nor notepads on desk, TV and video system reminiscent of the 80's, TV picture often not clear, no wi-fi or in room internet, cannot take a shower without being engulfed by the curtain, toilet occasionally would not flush properly, bathroom smelled foul, kind of a long walk to Dublin's main attractions and bars. ...
September 4, 2013
August 12, 2013
Overall, a decent hotel - some rooms still smell of smoke, but rooms are large, spacious bathrooms, very much a "western" feel. The location is also convenient to the major points of interest, as well as shops, etc. Good deal for the price.
July 22, 2013
Do NOT stay there. This was the worst hotel experience we've ever had. Imagine a rundown, old, hotel that has been allowed to decay for 20 years. I'm surprised they are allowed to be in business. The bugs in the bathroom were the icing on the cake. Every place else we stayed in Ireland and England was wonderful - and we were price conscious with every reservation - so it wasn't like this was just a "cheap" hotel. I'm so disappointed that we chose The Pearse as our first experience in Dublin. It was also too far from the vibrant center of town. ...
July 19, 2013
Don't trust priceline with this place!
June 12, 2013
It is not located very close to many restaurants. The place is old and kind of run down, amenities are limited. I had to pay extra to park my car and the WiFi also cost extra. It has strange little quirks like having to use a key to turn the lights on. It was rated with 3 stars but I don't see it being more than 2. It was definitely out dated. The carpet was disgusting, I didn't want to take my shoes off. Tv's are old and set up very odd for ordering movies and such. As soon as I turned it on a bunch of porn movie titles/posters were presented without my selection. Not cool, especially when you have your family with you. All in all, I was not happy with the stay. I payed
xxx in total for the room but didn't feel like it was worth more than about xxx. ...
May 19, 2013
Family Traveling with Teens
Do not consider this hotel for your Dublin trip since it is dirty and there are plumbing problems. It is quite a walk to the pubs and you would not want to be in this neighborhood after dark.
November 19, 2012
From the pictures I was expecting a lot more out the Pearse Hotel. We arrived early after a long day of traveling and they could not accommodate our early arrival. The reception we received was not very welcoming, I had asked if they could break a 50 euro so we could pay for the taxi and was rudely told no so I had to ask another taxi driver on the street for help. The room was extremely dirty, from the stains on the carpet to the writing on the walls. The TV was very small and had very limited options. The toilet did not flush very well, the water trickled out of the sink only the hot side, and the shower curtain had mold on it. I was in Dublin for a conference and therefore purchased internet access to keep up with work, I thought this was a bit high costly. The location was the best part, 10 minutes walk to the conference center and within walking distance of local attractions. ...
July 28, 2011
The hotel was OK for what it was, rooms were small and the bathroom sinks did not drain. The hotel staff was a deal breaker, I was extorted for an additional 30 Euro late at night by a staff member who would not let me return to my room, even though the room was fully paid for in advance. Considering he wanted cash, I knew what was happening, complaints fell on deaf ears with the hotel management. Stay away at all costs. ...
June 16, 2011
Pretty good location for getting around Dublin at this price.
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