The Charles Stewart Guesthouse - Dublin53.3537276982278, -6.26235991716385
Offering a lift, a safety deposit box and a vending machine, The Charles Stewart Guesthouse apartment is set in the cultural district of Dublin. The onsite 24-hour front desk, housekeeping and porter service are provided.
Croke Park can be reached within a 15-minute walk. The center of Dublin is approximately 2 km away. Serving a good choice of dishes, Yamamori Noodles and Brasserie Sixty6 can be reached in 5 minutes’ walk.
It is set near to Parnell Square.
The apartment is 10 km from Dublin airport.
Rooms come equipped with free WiFi, individual climate control and a private safe. Units have views of the city and carpet floors, while a kitchen comes with a microwave oven, an electric kettle, a fridge and a stove. Bedrooms offer hypo-allergenic pillows, foam pillows and feather pillows along with double beds, single beds and sofa beds to ensure a restful night. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom equipped with a hairdryer, free toiletries and bath sheets.
Eat & Drink
The hotel The Charles Stewart Guesthouse serves a full english breakfast for free.
Guests can hire cars to explore the local area.
Wireless internet is available in the apartment rooms for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 10.
Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
Express check-in/ -out
- Room service
- Car rental
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Bell staff/Porter
- Business services
- City view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Dining table
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Single bed1 Single bed, 1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
1 Single bed
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
- City landmarks
The location was perfect, in close walking distance to the city centre and about 25 mins comfortable walk to the newly developed docklands and Grand Canal Theatre. Our room was up numerous flights of stairs which, having read previous reviews, I was prepared for. We were also at the back of the building, so although there was no view it was lovely and quiet. I imagine rooms at thr front would be quite noisy particularly with all the buses that stop outside, but I presume these don't run all night? The room and bathroom were all spotlessly clean.
As other reviews have stated, the hotel is a bit shabby and could do with some renovation. The headboards on the twin beds in our room were both very loose and I think one was actually broken so every time I moved it rattled, but I sorted this with the spare blanket! If you can't find the tea/coffee making stuff look in all the cupboards, as ours was hidden away.
The staff were very helpful and friendly especially Andy, the night guy who was very informative and gave us lots of information on places to visit. The waitress in the mornings (sorry I dont know her name) was particularly nice and also polite and cheery. My only complaint that the room was very cold even though the weather was warm outside, but I suppose being an old building and at the back of the hotel, this could not be helped. I would also have preferred to have a hairdryer in the room rather than having to ask for one every time I needed to use one.
The building while not modern is certainly clean and comfortable. Staff were very friendly and with its location right in the city centre of Dublin I would recommend it to all who don't require mints on the pillow type treatment. The night porter is also a well of knowledge
Welcoming Hotel with warm ,friendly and always happy to help staff. One member even booked my Guiness tickets for me as I was having trouble with my internet .Buses , taxis, trams across the road ,all you need to tour Dublin sights.A short walk to shops and Temple bar which is ideal. Traditional, comfortable ,warm and very quiet rooms and a cracking breakfast to top it all off. Would reccommend and definately come back.Thank you staff of The Charles Stewart , Lisa from the West Midlands .
Location and good vslue for money
While the facilities seemed a bit ratty around the edges; that is well used the place was suprisingly comfortable and pleasant. we moved to a different, prearranged hotel on the south side later that was more expensive, seemed nicer but ended up not nearly as comfortable. good job, Charles Stewart!
Excellent location, good hotel, value for money
The location was ideal with bus stops nearby and the Luas tram system within a five minute walk. Perfectly placed for theatres and cinemas.Good breakfast and the lady who took your order for the cooked one was a real delight. She had a marvellous smile and great charm to help start your day.
My room was incredibly noisy being oposite the reception area and a route of passage to the Lounge and the Breakfast Room. Every single floorboard creaked as people went back and forth. There was an air conditioning unit outside the window. I couldn't sleep the first night for the disturbances. Next morning I went and bought ear plugs so that I could get a decent night's rest on my second night.
The location to the bars and clubs.
Having to ring the bell after 11.
The staff were very helpfull and thelocation was great.
Great location, clean, staff friendly,
Was on the very top floor, no lift and stairs were a nightmare. the rooms were a bit cold as heating wasnt on long enough.
This Guest House was located very centrally, with a bus stop right outside. Handy that we could leave luggage in locked room on departure day as flight in evening.
The best of this B&B is the location, 10 minutes by foot to the most important places in Dublin and only 2 minutes to the Airport Bus Stop.
There is no elevator in the building, could be hard to reach the 4th floor.
friendly reception staff, pleasant quiet room, very adequate breakfast, altogether a very enjoyable stay with museums, cinemas and the airport bus close by - excellent.
Room was very cold. Heating did not come on until 8 am. It was a freezing night so heating should have been on. Other clients complained too. Breakfast was very overcooked and cold..ugh !