Hotels in Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is divided in two by the Liffley river. On the south side there are the Old Town and the more beautiful neighborhoods to visit. To find accommodation in Dublin is not difficult and the choice is really wide. The most luxurious hotels and guesthouses are near the Old Town and close to Temple Bar (the neighborhood where there are pubs, restaurants and shops). There are also cheapest solutions: near Trinity College, the oldest and most prestigious university in the city, and close to Phoenix Park, one of the largest enclosed city parks in Europe.

Where to sleep in Dublin: regarding the hotels, Dublin offers tourists a wide choice, from luxury 4 or 5 star hotels to cheaper pensions often housed in historic homes. Cheap hotels are located in popular neighborhoods, such as Ballymun, Coolock, Dolphin's Barn and Tallaght. Hotels near Temple Bar, the historic part of the town, perhaps suffers the chaos and the noise of the district where flows the night life of the Irish capital. A quieter district where to sleep is St. Stephen's Green which is anyway only a dozen minutes from the heart of the city. Another area where to find cheap hotels is Fitzwilliam Square.

Further info about Dublin

Normally, prices of hotels in Dublin don’t undergo large seasonal variations, except during special events like the St. Patrick Day and the Dublin Horse Show, an equine completion and show among the most famous in the world, held in August. Booking online a hotel in Dublin is always advisable, however, partly because hotels often offer discounts to those who use Internet to book the holiday. The B&B in Dublin are extremely numerous, as well as accommodation and low cost hotel. The capital of Ireland is a young city, where the 30% of its one and half million inhabitants are under 30 years.

Why to visit Dublin: Dublin is a unique city because it has succeeded in giving birth to writers such as Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Bram Stoker (creator of Count Dracula) and world-renowned artists such as U2, Cranberries and Sinead O'Connor. Surely, you must visit the Trinity College, the oldest university, the Cathedral of St. Patrick's, the Phoenix Park, the largest park in Dublin, and, for the keens, the Guinness Brewery. The district of Temple Bar is fun, full of bars, pubs and restaurants, always crowded with musicians and street performers. An ideal day to “live” Dublin in all its splendor is the 17th of March, St. Patrick's Day, the patron saint of Ireland. The town goes green in honor of the national color: demonstrations and parades follow each other and are filled with local citizens and tourists on holiday.

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Dublin - 499 Hotels

252 Apartments, 88 4 star hotels...

3 star hotelArlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

23-25 Bachelors Walk, O'Connell Bridge, Dublin

The Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge is a few steps from the famous Temple Bar district of Dublin. The hotel is easily accessible from the airport and close to the major attractions. In the evening you can enjoy...

4 star hotelHerbert Park Hotel

Herbert Park Hotel

Ballsbridge, Dublin

The Herbert Park Hotel is located in Dublin, in the heart of the business district of shops in Ballsbridge, overlooking the large Herbert park. From here you can easily reach the Lansdowne Road DART Station.

3 star hotelBaggot Court Townhouse

Baggot Court Townhouse

92 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin

The Baggot Court Townhouse welcomes you in the heart of Dublin, just minutes away from the department stores in Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green. The lively Temple Bar district is just 15 minutes away.

3 star hotelCastle Hotel

Castle Hotel

Gardiner Row/Great Denmark Street, Dublin

Castle Hotel is an elegant Georgian building in Dublin city center, near Croke Park and the shopping roads. All the rooms are elegant and furnished in a traditional Georgian style.

5 star hotelThe Merchant House

The Merchant House

8 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin

The Merchant House is situated next to Dublin's Button Factory, Temple Bar. This luxury hotel occupies an ancient building of 1720 and welcomes you with its soundproof suites, elegant and tastefully furnished.

4 star hotelAriel House

Ariel House

50-54 Lansdowne Road, Dublin

This family run hotel, offers stylish and comfortable accommodation with free Wi-Fi, distributed in three charming Victorian-style villas. It is located in Lansdowne Road in Ballsbridge, just minutes from the...

5 star hotelThe Westbury Hotel

The Westbury Hotel

Grafton Street, Dublin

The Westbury Hotel is an elegant five-star property located in the heart of Dublin, close to Grafton Street. The luxury rooms feature all the comforts including wireless internet,  i-Pod docking station and LCD Tv.

4 star hotelThe Croke Park Hotel

The Croke Park Hotel

Croke Park Stadium, Jones Road, Dublin

The Croke Park Hotel is a charming hotel located near the famous Croke Park stadium in Dublin, in a location convenient to reach the centre of the Irish capital.

4 star hotelAshling Hotel Dublin

Ashling Hotel Dublin

Parkgate Street, Dublin

This 4-star contemporary, recently renovated hotel offers comfortable and elegant accommodation, a steakhouse and a brasserie. It is conveniently located along the River Liffey, close to Heuston Station, a short...

4 star hotelRadisson BLU Royal Hotel Dublin

Radisson BLU Royal Hotel Dublin

Golden Lane, Dublin

The Radisson SAS Royal Hotel Dublin is located in the centre of Dublin, close to the popular points of interest in the city, such as the Castle, Stephen's Green, O'Connell Street and the famous shopping area of...