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All reviews traditional irish music pint of guinness top floor pub downstairs great pub smoking area guest house no elevator st stephens green airport stops noisy at night temple bar would definitely stay here again long weekend hop on hop grafton street pubs
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a pub, a brilliant one. Keep that in mind when staying there. Don't think your going to have a quite night in. Most nights they have live music and pub-goers there LATE. If staying here, request an upper level floor to make it a...More

Thank Max G
Reviewed 19 September 2018

There are several O'Donoghue's in Dublin but this one is the real deal. It's more of a local pub and features traditional Irish music. The musicians sit at a table and everyone sits with them. It's a very cool, more personal experience.

1  Thank Daryl C
Reviewed 27 July 2018

O'Donoghues is in a great location on the edge of St Stephens Square, handy to everything in Dublin. The bus to the airport stops near the front, very handy. Lots of other pubs around so plenty of options for good food. We stayed on the...More

2  Thank Kel H
Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

Myself and my young son stayed here for a couple of nights. The accommodation is clean and comfortable. The staff are lovely and the location was perfect for us as the Museum of Archaeology, the Natural History Museum & the National Gallery are all just...More

Thank sheilaDK
Reviewed 8 July 2018

A locals place for after work professionals. Just off of St Stephen's Green, its THE Place to grab a pint Guinness. Its lively and full of local conversation and political debate. Its loud and busy, but that's what an Irish Pub is all about.

Thank smichelini2017
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12 February 2018|
Response from Simmo54 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there was an on the wall small fixed hairdryer in the bathroom . Key is provided for entrance to stairs leading to rooms - didn’t present a problem at all as it’s the “street side” of the gates to the courtyard of the... More
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