Wynn’s Hotel is located on Lower Abbey Street in Dublin 1. This 3 star hotel is as close to the city centre as you can get with O’Connell Street just around the corner. It one of the Dublin hotels near The Abbey Theatre.
Wynn’s has existed since the mid 19th century and although it has all the most modern conveniences including conference rooms and a fully equipped gym, it has a certain old world feel reminiscent of Victorian times.
The personal service at Wynn’s is something which is often lacking in modern hotels.
Wynn’s is one of the locations mentioned in James Joyce’s “Ulysses” and has been one of the most popular hotels near the Abbey Theatre for many years.
Location: Lr. Abbey Street, D1 Grade: 3 star
Rooms: Single, Twin, Double Restaurant: Breakfast, lunch, carvery.
Nearby: O’Connell Street, Abbey Theatre
Booking.com Customer Rating: 8.6/10
Rooms at Wynn’s Hotel
The 65 rooms at this 3 star Abbey Street Dublin hotel have have a classy traditional feel but contain all the conveniences you would expect of a modern hotel including a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities, a safe, free WiFi and an en suite bathroom.
Room service is available.
There is a choice of single, twin and double rooms.
The James Joyce suite rooms have warm colour schemes, King size Sleigh bed, Jacuzzi bath tub and seating area.
Wine and Dine
The Playwright Restaurant is one of Dublin City Centre’s most elegant dining places where breakfast, lunch and evening meals are served.
The Pre Theatre menu is especially popular with patrons attending the Abbey Theatre nearby.
The Saints and Scholars Lounge is a popular place to have a drink or a light snack.
Located in Dublin City Centre, Wynn’s Hotel is as close as you can get to The Abbey Theatre. It is also convenient to Busaras (Dublin Bus Terminal) and Connolly Train Station.
O’Connell Street, Henry Street and The Grand Canal Theatre are nearby.
For hotels near The Abbey Theatre, Wynns is one of the best.
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