Kellys Hotel Dublin is the sharpest urban boutique hotel in the heart of Dublin’s City Centre. In line with the style and vibe of one of Dublin’s most popular bar, the so-called No Name Bar, Kellys could not be more central. Kellys does not have any car park as EVERYTHING is within walking distance, but if you need to take the car with you, there are plenty of car parks in the area.
The hotel is located above the ever popular bars of the Creative Quarter, which will invite you to join the party by playing loud music till the wee hours at the weekends (until 1am on a Thursday, and 2.30am on Friday & Saturday), so be ready to embrace the real Irish lifestyle!
A small entrance hidden in the corner between South Great Georges Street and Fade Street will take you to the unexpectedly fascinating first floor reception and lobby area. Retaining both a historic Victorian charm and a modern vibe, Kellys is a 16-bedroom hotel located on three different floors. There is no lift, so pack light!
Feeling too lazy to go out for a drink? Our Residents’ Bar, called the “Candle Bar”, is the perfect spot for a nightcap. No wonder is high on demand for private party and events.
On the same floor, a bridge will allow you to access directly the No Name Bar. So, you do not even need a jacket!
We do care about our guests’ safety and wellbeing and that is why we do not accept guests under 18 years of age in Kellys as we believe it is not a suitable place for them.
Kellys Hotel offers a personalised guest experience with our 24/7 reception, where a member of our dedicated staff will be welcoming you at any time and make sure you are well looked after.
Being an established centre where craftsmen and artisans had their trades already in the 18th century, George’s Street still shows signs of its past. The 150-year-old building where Kellys Hotel is now located used to be home to well-to-do accountants working in the Pimms Market (the Arcade) – this explains the quality of its internal and external brick wall. Just as the Markets still manage to capture much of their past essence, housing a wide range of quaint specialist shops, stalls and being an important landmark of the city, Kellys boasts signs of its own past featuring exposed roof beams brick facades and the original window frames.