Why We Like It:
It’s a sleek, modern place with spacious rooms, excellent food and drink, and though this part of the city can get quite wild at night The Morgan somehow keeps it calm and classy.
With 168 rooms, The Morgan may be on the large side for a boutique hotel but the atmosphere is warm and personable.
Their rooms are spacious, airy, and modern. They are the rooms of a confident luxury hotel though they don’t have much in the way of radical design flair.
Their junior suites are their most impressive, and most spacious, and have a romantic in-room soaking tub. All the rooms come with mod-cons such as Nespresso machines, minibars, trays of snacks, air-con, and safes, as standard.
The bathrooms have top-of-the-range showers, and The White Company from London supplies all the toiletries.
The Morgan is, as mentioned above, in a very lively part of town but the soundproofing in the rooms does an impressive job.
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Food, Drink & Facilities:
The Morgan overlooks one of the busiest streets in Temple Bar – Fleet Street – so their ’10 Fleet Street Restaurant & Bar’ can be quite busy.
Despite the location, it’s not a place for drunken revelry though – most people are there for food and drink and conversation and will tend to move on to more lively spots as the evening wears on.
There’s a lovely outdoor courtyard at The Morgan too with seating for drinking and dining al fresco.
The menu isn’t groundbreaking – they serve Irish and International classics mostly – but the quality is excellent, and they have an extensive cocktail and wine menu.
In terms of facilities at The Morgan, they have meeting facilities and there is secure parking (independent from the hotel) across the road.
There is no gym or spa here though but guests are free to use the Westwood Gym on Aston Quay, right around the corner which also has sauna and steam rooms.
Both Grafton Street and Henry Street (good for shopping) are just a few minutes’ walk away as is Ireland’s main thoroughfare, O’Connell Street, and Trinity College, home of the Book of Kells.
Most other points of interest for the average visitor are also within walking distance, including the famous Guinness Brewery
Some Guest Reviews:
“Very impressed with the facilities, food was fab, cocktails were delicious and the bar was fun. It is located right on Temple bar street but it wasn’t rowdy at all and was a 5-minute walk to the shops on Grafton Street. Will be back again!….”
“The staff at this hotel were incredibly nice. Always smiling and willing to help wherever they could- we were even given an early check-in when we asked if we could leave our bag off as we arrived a few hours early. The rooms and hotel are both spotlessly clean and beautiful we could not fault it. Location- could not be better if you want to be in the city centre…..”
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