Number 31


⏰ 0:00 - 24:00

💵 €133 - €307

🌏 31 Leeson Close off Lower Leeson Street, Dublin D02 CP70 Ireland (View map)

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Room type

  • Non-smoking rooms

  • Family rooms

Language spoken

English, Spanish, Romanian

Number of rooms


About us

Style stays here! Mildly eccentric with oodles of personality, this boutique townhouse hotel comprises a luxuriously plush Georgian townhouse and a minimalist modernist mews. Loved by design enthusiasts, here elegance meets eclecticism and makes Number 31 one of the most original and standout places to stay in Dublin. Luxuriously comfortable rooms in varying styles, a great location in Dublin’s most fashionable neighborhood and a famous breakfast make here the ‘go to’ place to stay for the discerning traveller. Number 31’s very own Irish Mammy, Delia’s “world famous” cranberry loaf and signature homemade granola always leave guests wanting more. The famed sunken lounge harks back to the days when the mews was owned by world famous architect Sam Stephenson. If popular myth were to be believed, the gorgeously comfy sofas were graced by many famous names in Dublin’s swinging sixties. Pieces of art and objet’s d’art from the owner’s private collection adorn the walls and an art deco ‘jazz influenced’ theme runs through the beautifully restored Georgian building and it’s fabulously plush rooms. The stunning garden that joins the two buildings is an oasis of calm. Overlooked by a sunny outdoor terrace, standout features include the beloved statue of Gloire Au Merite and a beautiful fire fountain as its centerpiece. Awards include Georgina Campbell’s Guesthouse of the Year in 2017 and Georgina Campbell’s Best Breakfast in Ireland.
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⏳ 12-2021

A hidden gem

This is a lovely place to stay. Close enough to the city centre to walk to the sights (5mins to St Stephen’s Green), but tucked away enough to offer peace and quiet. We stayed in a ground floor twin room. It was nicely furnished and the beds were very comfortable. It also had a cute little private patio area where we would have enjoyed sitting had it not been late November. Every single member of staff we met was absolutely lovely and made us very welcome. The breakfasts were fantastic, I wish I could eat them every day. Highly recommend booking Number 31 if you are looking for a city break in Dublin.
⏳ 11-2021

What a great hotel!!

We like staying at special hotels, the smaller ones instead of the large ones. We found it at Number 31, what a nice and great place when you are visiting Dublin. The building has amazing rooms (with very comfortable beds), a lovely garden and the breakfast is the best we ever had in Dublin so far; thanks to Delia!! It is only a short walk to the city centre and on the opposite site of the street you can have a really nice evening at Dublin House.
Denise F
⏳ 11-2021

Best Breakfast in Dublin City

We recently stayed at No31 to get away for a night for Dinner & Drinks with another couple. This hotel has it all! The lovely Lucia greeted us at Reception and showed us to our rooms that were so comfortable and chic. Love the added convenience of the Nespresso machine in the room. There were 4 of us so we had two spacious rooms on the second floor with the most stunning decor & bathroom. After a short chill and using the lovely VOYA products in the room, we enjoyed a bottle of prosecco downstairs in the sunken seating area by the fire before heading out for Dinner nearby. The following morning we enjoyed what I can only say is the tastiest and coolest breakfast in town cooked by chef Delia! The Eggs benedict were delicious and the service and little touches of loaded fresh fruit pots and sliced muffins were just so tasty. Well done to Ray and all the team at Number31. This hotel is a gem and we will be back for sure. We have no hesitation in recommending it to everyone and giving it a 5 star rating. …
⏳ 11-2021

BEST Hotel in Dublin , not #7 out of 177 , should be #1 out of 177 !!

I have lived in Dublin since 2000 ( I am originally from top of the country, N.I ) and friends /family often ask me, when they not staying with us that is, "What hotel should we stay in for a weekend in Dublin ? " I always hesitated with a recommendation slightly , as I do not stay in Dublin City hotels too often but now I will not give it a second thought ..... THIS IS THE ONLY HOTEL TO STAY IN DUBLIN ..... It was a classic one of those fortunate finds. I had friends in from the UK at the weekend and we chose to stay in Number 31. First to last , we had an amazing stay. . ALL the staff, were the most courteous and polite guy's I have ever met ,in the Hotel hospitality industry. I was blown away by the decor , rooms, staff and value. Not to rave on too much , as the picture is surely set. Well done to all at #31 , we all loved it and cannot wait for the next 'any other excuse' to stay in town, for a night ! I simply have to add though, breakfast was probably one the best I have ever, ever had ( Eggs Benedict like no other I have tasted) Thank you once again Chef, for accommodating our slightly late ( hungover ) attendance at 10:20am. 10+/10 !! …
Brenda B
⏳ 11-2021

Ire v NW Stay

We had our first stay in No31 for the Ire v NZ Autumn International. From the moment we were greeted by Lucia in reception to check out with Ray and Ana the next morning, we had a fabulous experience. Our room was cool, with a seaweed parcel and VOYA products. There is a ease to this property, a chic, cool ease. We absolutely loved it and are planning our return trip already. Our memories of post match bubbles on the garden veranda on an causally warm November evening was our highlight. Fab-U-Lous.
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