Haven’t you wondered why this hotel is callled Number 31? Could there be a reason? Will we every know about it? There’s only 21 rooms, so it’s not about the number of rooms. Is that someone’s lucky number? Was the owner 31 when he or she opened the hotel? Oh wait, it’s because that’s the address!
In any case, Number 31 in Dublin, was a well-kept secret to many travelers for years but word-of-mouth is the most powerful form of advertising, and it spread like wildfire. Still, it’s worth staying here.
The hotel was formerly the home of well-known architect Sam Stephenson, and is located just off St. Stephen’s Green, which places it smack dab in the middle of town, an ideal base for travelers with virtually everything within walking distance. The common areas of Number 31 are spacious and comfy. The elegant and fresh bedrooms have beautiful bathrooms and nice little extras including complimentary bottled water as well as phones, TVs and tea/coffee trays. Their award-winning breakfasts is served at communal tables inside and in the conservatory. This isn’t to be missed so set your alarm if you tend to sleep in. You’ll thank us. For the most important meal of the day, you’ll be offered freshly baked breads and delicious jams, hot dishes like kippers or mushroom frittata cooked to order. We recommend “The Full Irish,” which is bacon, sausage, egg, tomato and potato cake.
The hotel also offers secure parking so you won’t have to worry at all about parking or the safety of your car. Wifi is also available.
31 Leeson Close, Dublin 2, Ireland
Telephone: +353 1 676 5011
Website: Number 31