Saturday, 15 July 2017

Staycation at Wynns Hotel, Dublin.


As Davide came to Ireland for two weeks we decided on the last night we would stay in Dublin to make things easier airport wise the following day. This gave us two days in Dublin to relax and hang out. I found Wynns Hotel on Booking.com and after falling in love with it and what it has to offer I used my initiative and I decided to see the price of it on their own website. By doing so I saw a €20 difference in the price so I booked immediately through their website


Wynns Hotel is right at the Luas stop on Abbey Street just off O'Connell Street so we couldn't have been more central if we tried. For one night, two people and breakfast included we paid €139! Complete steal if you think how central we were.





Upon arrival we were upgraded to a bigger room, when I was booking I just put a note in saying if they had a spacious room we would be grateful to get one so they were so kind to do that! So never be afraid to ask because like us, you might just get it! The bed was so comfortable, they had double glazed windows so you couldn't hear the noise from the busy street below and the shower was huge! We had zero complications during our stay so we were delighted to have found this gem. Our stay was made very welcome by the amazing receptionists who actually remembered our names as we entered the lobby. Small things like this really impress me.


Breakfast was included in our stay which makes hotels fun for me. The waiter went out of his way to find me soya milk for my cereal. I had to get my fill of pancakes too.



Following this we went to the launch of Ciara O'Doherty's new brand, Taylor and Rose (pictured in House Dublin above) which is a collection of elegant tiaras, crowns, hair pieces and statement earrings. 
On our last day we spent the day as tourists, walking around Trinity College, Grafton street and other areas of Dublin. We will definitely be staying in Wynns Hotel in the future!





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