The Morrison Hotel, Dublin – Review

Not having fun in Dublin is simply not an option. The odds to be miserable are pretty much against you. Plenty of pubs, loads of culture and history, and, of course, great craic.

So, where better to spend a few nights than directly Temple Bar at The Morrison Hotel? By nipping over the River Liffey to sleep, you`ll find yourself in this haven of a boutique hotel – and away from the all-night revellers on the other bank.

That`s not the only reason to stay at the Morrison Hotel. Renowned locally as one of the hippest places in Ireland`s capital city to both sleep and play, it`s no wonder it pulls in the crowds. In contrast to the busy city, the hotel boasts a sleek and minimalist interior. Irish designer John Rocha has installed huge bathrooms, high ceilings, amazing paintings and shag pile carpets, all it seems with minimum effort.



We didn`t want to leave and the bed was so comfy, we overslept and missed breakfast. So I can`t tell you what the food was like, but I know others who have been for dinner and who rave about its modern cuisine.

The hotel has also recently started to offer Open Kitchen nights, where you watch a top chef prepare a sumptuous five course taster menu, whilst you sit back and drink wine – and of course eat what he`s prepared. All from 60 Euros, which is not bad considering Dublin is now second to Paris as the most expensive city in Europe.

Doubles at the Morrison in Dublin start from 110 Euros per night.

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