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The guesthouse is close to a major bus route into Dublin, or is walkable between 30-60 minutes, depending on where you want to go. It is slightly out of city, so has more of a "regulars" feel to the area, rather than "touristy". Both the Aviva Stadium (previously Lansdowne Road), 3Arena and Shelbourne ...
Difficulties with the hot water system. No tea and coffee facilities in the room. No variation to cooked breakfast although they will do scrambled egg for you.
Just an overnight stay for my friend and I, who were attending Bob Dylan's concert at The Arena. We arrived just after check in time but the room allotted to us wasn't ready. Hover, the very helpful man on the desk arranged for us to have another room instead which WAS ready! Just a few steps from ...
A good hotel and staff all friendly, only one problem I had with this hotel was it had thin walls and you can be woke up at early hours with doors banging, but I got use to the noise. There is a breakfast for 7Euro which is good for Dublin but there is lots of cafes near.
The staff were very friendly and approachable, and told us all about the area and what we could do there. We stayed on Friday and Saturday, and both nights were very quiet. It was a bit difficult to find at first - look for the yellow door next to the black one. (There's also a small TripAdvisor ...
Boasting a huge amount of charm, a wide range of cultural and historic sites and a vibrant nightlife, the Irish capital is the perfect destination for a city break with a difference. Whether you’re looking for a traditional B&B, a luxurious retreat or an affordable two star hotel, Dublin is guaranteed to have a room to suit your tastes and your budget.
Though the city’s sights are spread throughout the metropolitan area, most are located close to the city centre, so choosing a two star hotel in central Dublin will make it easy to get out and discover the local culture. Good public transport links make visiting sights further afield fast and affordable, ideal for holidaymakers who want to see everything the city has to offer.
Holidaymakers in Dublin won’t be short of things to do in the evenings as traditional pubs, live music and good restaurants can be found throughout the city.
The most lively districts are located close to the River Liffey, with the Temple Bar area a favourite destination for Dublin’s youth. Fun, friendly and with a unique character all of its own, exploring Dublin’s nightlife is a great way to get to know the locals and enjoy some Irish fun.
With a wide choice of shopping centres and several pedestrianised shopping districts, Dublin is a fantastic destination for holidaymakers looking to indulge in a little retail therapy.
For easy access to Grafton Street, the city’s main shopping boulevard, choose a hotel in the city centre. If you prefer independent shops and boutiques, explore the roads around Exchange Street, Portobello Harbour and the Irish Film Institute to discover an exciting world of startups, designer shops and handmade products.
Within easy reach of the beautiful Irish coast and surrounded by rolling green hills and unspoilt countryside, holidaymakers staying in Dublin can easily combine a cultural city break with a rural adventure.
If you don’t want to stray too far from the city centre, choose a two star hotel close to Phoenix Park, the largest enclosed urban park in Europe. Home to Dublin Zoo and the residence of the president of Ireland, the park is a fantastic place to enjoy an afternoon stroll and a bit of fresh air.
Spread across the city, Dublin’s wide choice of two star hotels make the Irish capital an affordable destination for visitors from around the world. Providing easy access to some of the city’s most famous attractions, these great value establishments will make the perfect base for an action-packed trip to the Irish Republic.