Room 209 was very quiet. Cool, calm environment & bars, great, masculine design. Loved free wifi, light switches, wooden scent in the hallways.
Classy but understated, it's easy to see why The Clarence is a favourite for so many.
Nice hotel and great cocktails. Worth mentioning that it's owned by Bono and The Edge. Yes, from the best rock band in the world.
The beds are super comfy. Room fittings are top notch. This is a classy place.
Incredibly rude staff, save your money for somewhere else
Great place for a quiet conversation
Good location, lots of bars and restaurants, in temple bar. People very friendly.
Rock and roll to the bone, The Clarence offers cocktails so moreish that after a few you’ll understand why rockstars throw TVs out of windows.
Bono & Edge owned hotel. Fabulous location on the River Liffey and Temple Bar. Pleasant environment but the hotel needs work through and through. But U2 has been trying to rebuild it for years so...
The octagon bar is great for a coffee and people watch! o
If you see a silly looking person with even sillier looking glasses, thats the owner.
If you see a silly looking person, with even sillier looking glasses, that's the owner.
Awesome staff can't say enough on how good they treat ya if you have questions just ask!
Bono & Edge's hotel
Some of the friendliest staff I've ever come across...
try the Irish breakfast
Sleep where the stars have slept, Bill Clinton once stayed here during a presidential visit once when he rubbed shoulders with co-owners of the hotel Bono&The Edge from U2.Elegant rooms from135€/night
Picture Alf doing an Irish jig. Now picture Freyja doing her interpretation of Celtic Woman.. Sláinte! -@jim
Great specials, cocktails @ €7 each day from 5-8pm in Octagon Bar. The Tea Room lunch/brunch specials @ €9.95..
Free WIFI throughout the hotel
Glad The Octagon Bar is still a good place for cocktails on a Sunday afternoon.
Hotel rooms going cheap all over Dublin. The Clarence is no exception right now. Try to avoid the ones overlooking East Essex Street and the Purty Kitchen if you want some sleep.
If you really want to have a private conversation, just take over the snug between the Octagon Bar and the cozy Essex Street room.