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Our stay was very comfortable, a good sized room with comfortable bed and great shower. Our restaurant experience for both dinner and breakfast was excellent, the food was great and the service was very efficient while staff created a relaxed atmosphere. The front of staff woman we dealt with was ...
Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport£94Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport£94
Had a wonderful 3 night stay in this lovely hotel. The staff are so very helpful. Nothing is too much trouble. It was lovely and quiet at night, without the normal disturbance of late night guests experienced in many other hotels. Room comfort and facilities very good and room service was excellent. ...
Clontarf Castle Hotel£118Clontarf Castle Hotel£118
Got there early, but was unable to book into our room until later, not a problem, concierge stored our cases until later. Comfortable beds, Food was decent, service was great. Will use this hotel when we go back to Dublin
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road£84Clayton Hotel Burlington Road£84
Couldn’t fault the hotel in any way and located in a great area. The breakfasts are excellent and the rooms spotless. The only tip would be to ask for quiet room at the back, the main street can be a bit lively especially at week ends.
Temple Bar Hotel£153Temple Bar Hotel£153
Nice hotel,big rooms, a little dated but everything is clean and in good condition. Only issue we had was the room extremely hot even with the radiators switched off. 30 mind walk through some nice areas to city centre or 10 mins in a cab. There are also regular buses. Really easy to get to from ...
Ballsbridge Hotel£79Ballsbridge Hotel£79
The hotel was pleasant and conveniently located for the terminus of the airport express bus, and well served by the LUAS tram, which passes the door or the hotel.
Ashling Hotel Dublin£115Ashling Hotel Dublin£115
Staff are polite but not friendly and it seems not employing local staff means a lack of knowledge of the area, couldn’t even tell me where I could get a newspaper and didn’t appear to have more than a rudimentary understanding of English
Clayton Hotel & Leisure Club Cardiff Lane£115Clayton Hotel & Leisure Club Cardiff Lane£115
Whether you want to soak up some its culture, take advantage of its exciting array of designer, boutique and independent shops or you’re just looking for a city break with a difference, Dublin is the perfect destination. And with accommodation ranging from traditional B&Bs to luxurious four star hotels, there’s guaranteed to be a room in Dublin to suit your tastes and your budget.
Offering high levels of comfort at affordable prices, Dublin’s four star hotels are ideal for anyone looking for a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore the Irish capital. Spread throughout the city, they offer holidaymakers a good range of amenities and a choice of fantastic locations.
Though Dublin has long been known for its hearty stews and generous portions, recent years have seen the Irish capital embrace food like never before. Exciting new restaurants are springing up all over the city, making Dublin a fantastic destination for foodies from around the world.
Many of the newest and most exciting restaurants and food markets are in the city centre, so if you want to eat like a king morning, noon and night, choose a four star hotel in central Dublin.
Though it boasts buzzing streets, a rich culture and a vibrant nightlife, Dublin remains a relatively calm and laidback city, making it the perfect destination for anyone looking to combine a city break with a bit of relaxation. If your idea of a relaxing break is to stroll around independent shops, sip coffee in elegant cafes and take in a contemporary play or orchestral performance, then the four star hotels close to the river in the city centre are for you.
Offering quick and easy access to many of Dublin’s most famous attractions, the central location of these hotels makes it easy for holidaymakers to explore the city on foot and leave the car at home.
If there’s one thing the Irish are famous for, it’s their pubs, and visitors to Dublin are guaranteed to be impressed by the variety, abundance and charm of the city’s drinking establishments.
If you’re in the mood for a quiet drink, you’ll find plenty of traditional pubs throughout the city happy to pour you a pint of stout. Alternatively, if you’re looking for an unforgettable night on the town, head to the city’s Temple Bar area where you’ll find more than enough pubs, bars and clubs to keep you busy till the wee hours.
A choice of four star hotels can be found in and around the Temple Bar area. Just a short walk from Dublin’s most vibrant nightspots, these hotels are ideal for holidaymakers who want to experience Dublin’s legendary nightlife.
A fantastic destination for culture, history, shopping, food and nightlife, Dublin attracts visitors from all corners of the globe. If you want to experience the charm and personality of this unique city, why not book a room in four star hotel now and start planning your Irish getaway today?