Our family of six rented this incredible apartment over Christmas week. The layout of the place is quirky and unique. The boys were very comfortable in the 4th floor bedroom off the "mudroom" and full bath. A few stairs led to the common area and galley kitchen where there is an abundance of sitting area as well as a dining table for six. The large room has a huge number of windows overlooking the River Liffey and facing the O'Connell bridge. The two spiral staircases up to the next levels are whimsical as is a "tower" room that can be made up as a sofa bed. The second bedroom again is of amble size with a full bathroom. The third bedroom, although a bit small is perfectly adequate and very private. The location is perfect - a short walk to Trinity College, Grafton Street and St. Stephens Square to the south and across the bridge to the north and the General Post Office (site of the 1916 uprising) and the Abbey Theatre. There is a grocery store just down the street and numerous great pubs with good food. The apartment is also conveniently located just up the street from the Westin Hotel which made it easy to get taxis. Management is very responsive with questions and it was also easy to arrange for an airport pickup and drop off.