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Featuring a restaurant and bar, Hotel 7 offers accommodations in Dublin, 2297 feet from Croke Park Stadium and a 16-minute walk from Temple Bar. Free WiFi is available at the property. The beds, the breakfast,the staff the location and everything was perfect !
Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Center is located in Dublin on O’Connell Street, 2625 feet from Temple Bar, with free WiFi and breakfast included. Never stayed at a Holiday Inn except in the USA. Very pleased with this one. Plenty of choice for a Veggie at Breakfast. NO complaints what so ever.
Located on Grand Canal Square in the heart of Dublin’s business and cultural quarter, The Marker features a ground-floor cocktail bar & brasserie, free WiFi and a spa with 4 treatment rooms and a... My favorite business hotel anywhere. It’s close to our office but feels warm and comfortable. The staff is stellar and incredibly friendly.
Opposite Croke Park Stadium, this luxury 4-star hotel features spacious rooms with 50-inch Smart TVs. Guests can enjoy hot towels on arrival, free parking, and a European bistro. Bed was very comfortable and staff extremely friendly
Overlooking the River Liffey, The Ashling Hotel is next to Heuston Station in Dublin. This 4-star hotel has beautifully decorated interiors, spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a stylish bar. It has a great location. The hotel is stylish, clean and comfortable. The breakfast is amaze.
Set in an 11th-century castle the Clontarf Hotel combines ancient architecture with 21st-century facilities. The staff were outgoing friendly and very helpful. The food of very high quality and great value for money.
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Fully refurbished in February 2013, The Morrison Hotel features a boutique interior, a musical theme, a new bar restaurant, and easy access to central Dublin. The breakfast was excellent. The staff were really friendly and really nice to deal with.
This 5-star luxury hotel is in Dublin city center, opposite the National Concert Hall, 1969 feet from the shops of Grafton Street. It has air-conditioned rooms and a stylish restaurant. Great service and comfortable bed.
Iveagh Garden Hotel is a 4-star sustainable eco-friendly hotel located in Dublin city center. It is a 4-minute walk from St. Stephen's Green and Grafton street. Good location close to Stephens Green, walking distance to everything.
Located in Dublin, the chic Temple Bar Inn offers free WiFi access throughout and a 24-hour front desk. The popular O'Connell Street and Trinity College are both a 3-minute walk away. Lovely hotel, comfortable, clean and great location
Just 10-15 minutes’ walk from Trinity College, Maldron Hotel Pearse Street features bright rooms with private bathrooms. The Bord Gáis Energy Theater is just a 5-minute walk away. The room was spacious and comfortable. The hotel in general was very clean and quiet.
With panoramic views across Dublin Port, The Gibson Hotel is next to the 3Arena. It features bedrooms with private bathrooms, a 24-hour gym, a fine restaurant, and secure private parking. Beautiful room. Staff were beyond kind & helpful, especially when we missed our early morning...
The North Star Hotel is opposite Dublin’s Connolly Station and the IFSC. The hotel offers an award-winning restaurant, a sauna, gym and rooms with power showers. The room and facilities were top class beautiful hotel.
Camden Court Hotel is just 1640 feet from Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green. It features a leisure center with a pool and hot tub, sauna and steam room. . Located in a lovely part Dublin, walking distance to St.
Handels Hotel by thekeycollection is located in Dublin’s fashionable Temple Bar area, this hotel with free WiFi is set within a quiet location on the historic Fishamble Street. The location, the room itself, and the staff were all excellent.
The Maldron Smithfield Hotel is just 3 LUAS tram stops away from O’Connell Street. It offers sleek, modern rooms with panoramic city views, and WiFi throughout the property. I had not opted for breakfast so cannot comment but Iam sure it is good.
Located just 15 minutes' walk from St Stephen’s Green, the Travelodge Dublin City Rathmines offers budget rooms with power showers. Great staff; friendly & helpful. Check-in process was superb; just seconds.
The central, boutique-style Cassidys Hotel has a bar, bistro restaurant and a gym. It is located at the top of O'Connell Street, opposite Gate Theater. Overall we enjoyed our 3 night stay. It’s in a great location for sightseeing and shopping.
In a quiet position just off Grafton Street and St Stephen's Green, this small 3-star hotel can offer a peaceful night’s sleep close to Dublin’s vibrant city center as well as free WiFi with unlimited... We wanted to be near the Molly Malone statue to catch our bus tour. Hotels in this area are pricey.
Just off O'Connell Street, Academy Plaza Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Connolly Train Station. Room was extremely clean, beds were so comfy and the room was very quiet.
Located on Dublin’s Parnell Street, this Jurys Inn is just around the corner from O’Connell Street. Jurys offers bedrooms with attached bathroom, a restaurant and an Il Barista Coffee Bar. Excellent hotel, near aircoach stop, 5 min walk from Temple Bar, a lot of stores nearby, this hotel...
Dublin Skylon Hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport. Dublin’s center is a 5-minute drive, and Croke Park Stadium is 5 minutes' walk. Was just a very welcoming hotel
The luxurious 5-star Westbury Hotel has spacious and sumptuously furnished bedrooms with private bathrooms. Staff excellent. Housekeeping excellent. Location excellent.
Brooks is a 4-star designer boutique hotel in central Dublin, a 5-minute walk from Grafton Street, St Stephen’s Green and Trinity College. The beautiful rooms feature private bathrooms. It had everything you would want in a notifier hotel.
In the center of Dublin’s cultural quarter, the award-winning Drury Court Hotel is ideally located just 215 yards from Grafton Street and is surrounded by Dublin’s best dining, theaters, and shopping.... Great location, easy parking close by, this hotel is clean and comfortable.
Just a minute’s walk from Trinity College and Grafton Street, this elegant boutique hotel features rooms with goose feather duvets and plasma-screen TVs. Location Food Employees very helpful
Italian marble bathrooms, a restaurant with 2 Michelin stars, and an infinity pool are offered at this award-winning 5-star hotel. The staff were outstanding, the food wonderful and the bed was in fact like a cloud!!
Set beside St Patrick's Cathedral the Radisson Dublin BLU is just a 5-minute walk from Dublin Castle. It has large air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and a French brasserie. The team got me the hop on hop off bus ticket and it was great
Overlooking the picturesque St Stephen’s Green, this Georgian hotel offers rooms with garden or park views in the very center of Dublin. The staff are friendly, location is convenient, the breakfast is good
The grand 19th-century Wynn’s Hotel is located 5 minutes’ walk from Trinity College, Temple Bar and Henry Street. It offers an elegant restaurant, rooms with free Wi-Fi. the staff was very helpful with suggestions on where to go and what to see.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Dublin this weekend is $426 or, for a 4-star hotel, $447. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Dublin for this weekend cost around $881 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Dublin cost $145 per night, and 4-star hotels in Dublin are $185 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Dublin can be found for $334 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $174 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Dublin for tonight. You'll pay around $229 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Dublin will cost around $360, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I planned a trip to Dublin for a special adventure for my five-year-old granddaughter, along with her mother, my daughter. Our itinerary was based on the interests of a young child, We stayed at Drury Court Hotel in city center upon arrival and loved walking out the door to endless pubs serving delicious food. I had fish chowder five times - each better than the previous bowl. Also, we enjoyed our close proximity to so many sites on our list. Taxis were inexpensive and we had the added bonus of friendly, jovial taxi drivers. Our final night was spent at Clontarf Castle-Hotel for my five-year-old granddaughter to experience her princess fantasy. I brought tiaras for her, her mother and me although the latter two of us only wore ours in our room. Clontarf is a magnificent castle Hotel and I recommend at least a night there for families traveling with girls. We used our day at Clontarf to go to Howth, a sea coast village and beautiful area. Aside from seeing some of the traditional sights, we focused on child-centered activities including the Viking Splash Tour, River Liffey tour, Viking-Medieval Interactive museum, High Tea at the Shelbourne Hotel, candy decorating and factory tour, Grafton Street (often), and our favorite, the Celtic Music and Dance show. The dinner was quite good and the show outstanding. Our trip was fun and free of the stress that I feel on guided tours. I made advance reservations for the hotels and must-do venues like the Celtic dance show, tea at the Shelbourne, etc. Otherwise, we winged it and the five-year-old loved Dublin!
Hotels close to the city centre in Dublin are very expensive. I chose the Charles Stewart Parnell for 2 reasons. The first was the lower price. I was only in Dublin for one night and wanted to be close to the city centre. It certainly was that. Secondly was the name of the hotel -named after a true hero in Irish history. However there was no other connection to the history or importance of this political hero. The staff was not overly friendly. The room was the bare minimum in terms of size. It was clean and the bed was comfortable. However noise levels were troubling. Doors had to be slammed to close - not a good feature when you are woken up during the night. Conversations could be heard even at regular levels. This was a very small - no frills type of room. If you know this when you book there will be no surprises.
We enjoyed just about everything about Dublin...the museums, parks, architecture, food & people. The only thing that was terrible was our accommodations! Steer clear of the Kildare Street Hotel! No ventilation, walk up only, tiny rooms with no space, windows overlooking roof tops with garbage containers, totally useless staff who could answer no questions, did not even know about the hotel! This review is showing frowning faces on my review for sights in Dublin, but it should be smiling faces all around! Dublin is so easy to get around and lots of fun, full of culture and architecture, authentic cuisine, & museums. Kiilkenny? Gaeol (old jail) is a great sight.
Dublin has something for everyone. Historic Places, all types of tours to fit any budget and pubs to please any age. One of the best places to eat is Murray's Pub. Authentic food, traditional Irish music and dancing 7 days a week. The Gate Hotel is the perfect time place to stay because of its comfortable rooms, friendly staff and central location. You can choose public transportation, taxi or tour bus just a few steps away.
We were only there 3 days and wished we'd been there longer. Dublin features a fabulous public transportation system that links you just about anywhere you would want to go. Use the Leap Card! Our first day, we grabbed lunch at a Dawson Street cafe (Cafe En Seine). Go for the stunning setting -- the food was fine, but the service bordered on rude and soured the experience for us. Best evening meal was at Matt the Thresher - a 9 minute walk from our hotel. Check it out for gorgeous food, impeccable service and a beautiful interior. Don't miss: Irish dancing at O'Shea's Hotel (it's traditional, by locals who will chat with you may even invite you to take part, as we did); the Book of Kells (Trinity College); the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology. We squeezed in an afternoon/evening trip out to the seaside town of Howth for walking and dinner, as well as a 13-hour trip out to the west country. This took up an entire day but it was well worth it. Sadly - we left so much left undone there that we have already decided that we must go back again, and soon.
jameson distillery is great as well as the writers museum. Bunsen is a great place to have a burger :) Dublin isn't that big so if you sleep in an hotel close to the city center everything is easy to reach by walking.
8.2 Very Good 5,275 reviews
Although outside the main city centre, this excellent hotel is a lot cheaper as a result. The Ballsbridge area where it is situated is very nice and is a short walk from Sandymount train station that gives brilliant access to Dublin. It is also situated just off a main road meaning buses and taxis are commonplace. The hotel also benefits from being a short walk away from four traditional pubs and a number of restaurants if you want to save some money and stay local. Also an excellent base if you’re off to the Aviva Stadium
8.7 Excellent 1,600 reviews
Beautiful, spacious, clean rooms with excellent amenities, including in-room nespresso machines, WiFi, fast room service, nice lobby bar, and delicious buffet breakfast. Hotel is next to beautiful Herbert Park which we loved exploring, and there are fun pubs (check out The Bridge 1859!) and restaurants within walking distance. Although outside the city center, the neighborhood is beautiful, quiet and away from a lot of the tourist traps. We felt we got to experience more of the day to day Dublin life around here.
9.2 Awesome 1,388 reviews
Everything! It was an amazing hotel, with excellent staff that made you feel at home and that would help you with all your necessities. I had an issue with my card and they were able to help me with transportation to the airport. They went up and beyond and I cannot appreciate them enough for what they did for me. Next time, I visit ireland, this is the hotel I will book always!
9.1 Awesome 1,487 reviews
The hotel feels like home away from home. The staff is very helpful and friendly and the breakfast is delicious. The Rockford lodge us about a 20 minute walk from city center and the 4 and 7 buses stop directly in front of the hotel. There are nice restaurants and pubs around the corner too. It is charming and we will stay there again next time we are in Dublin!
8.5 Very Good 4,180 reviews
Fantastic stay, couldn’t fault it. Comfortable staff very friendly and welcoming! Stayed for my boyfriends birthday and they put balloons and banners up for me to make it extra special! The hotel is right next to the city centre and the airport which is handy. Would recommend this hotel to anyone who is coming to Dublin and would definitely be returning!
8.1 Very Good 1,651 reviews
The hotel was close to a LUAS pickup spot that takes you to the train if you need to travel to farther areas in Ireland. The airlink bus transportation to the airport is right across the street and the drop off from the airport is just steps away. Nice rooms. Only negative thing is there is no elevator.
9.0 Awesome 3,242 reviews
We stayed here when first arriving and as soon as I saw availability open up for our return days from western Ireland I switched us so we could enjoy everything the Ashling has to offer once more. We love this hotel! Great location and meal options and kind staff.
7.7 Good 2,017 reviews
Lovely, helpful staff. Located just a minutes walk from the Luas / Tram stop (10 mins from Dublin City Centre) Quirky hotel - loved the negative review wall art! ? Comfy beds and a great breakfast in the cafe downstairs. Nice shower, plenty of towels.
7.7 Good 9,283 reviews
I have stayed here many times for concerts ,the hotel is very close to the 3 arena and very close to the city centre ,it is lovely and clean staff are very friendly and breakfast is always great ,I will continue to stay here when visiting Dublin
8.3 Very Good 605 reviews
Excellent location. Reasonably quiet, but within easy access to sites. Great breakfast service, in a very nice setting. We started our week in Ireland with two nights in Dublin. This was a very cozy & relaxing location to begin our journey.
8.5 Very Good 1,679 reviews
Amazing location to bus tours and airport buses, plus super close to a lot of major dublin attractions. Out of all the hostels I stayed in Ireland the people and the staff here were the nicest and the friendliest. Loved their free sangria night!
7.8 Good 1,201 reviews
The staff was very accommodating. Our party arrived just after the crippling snowfall in Ireland. The hotel remained full but the hotel had an apartment that we were able to use. Breakfast was really good the next morning.
8.5 Very Good 1,211 reviews
The place is within walking distance from the city center. The fact that they have a parking place is great for the people that include Dublin a bigger tour of Ireland. The staff was super nice and the breakfast delicious.
8.7 Excellent 1,790 reviews
Clean, recently renovated, staff friendly. Comfortable bed. Lovely coffee in the room. Great base for 3 Arena. Quiet area but 20 min walk from city centre. Good price, given the cost of hotels in Dublin (astronomical!).
8.4 Very Good 2,986 reviews
The North Star is a fantastic hotel in Dublin. Central to the city centre and Connolly train station. Lovely staff, great facilities and the rooms are spacious and beautifully presented. Wouldn’t stay anywhere else.
8.4 Very Good 5,332 reviews
This was my first visit to Dublin. I liked the hotel. The staff were friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel was perfect to city centre and the conference venue (CCD). I would recommend it to everyone.
8.9 Excellent 1,142 reviews
Excellent friendly welcome by the staff, room was huge and clean with basics that some hotels no longer offer such as a bath robe and ironing facilities. Location is perfect for Dublin city centre.
8.7 Excellent 330 reviews
The staff was adorable and showed us how to go to Dublin city centre easily and how to get back to the hotel. It was very nice of them!
7.7 Good 2,720 reviews
Staff were nice and helpful, very quiet and tidy and easy to get to the main Dublin City centre and airport from the hotel
8.1 Very Good 792 reviews
Great location in the city centre Very welcoming staff Very quiet Affordable hotel for Dublin Free WiFi