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Really enjoyed our stay here, we stayed a total of 3 nights 2 at beginning of our trip and one at the end, this was our favorite hotel in Ireland and it wasn't the most expensive but by far the nicest in every way decor, comfort, food at restaurant, staff very friendly and helpful. We highly recommend ...
Nice hotel in good location. Within walking distance to restaurants, pubs, and shopping. The hotel desk staff could be friendlier and more helpful compared to staff at other hotels I stayed at. The hotel was very clean with good restaurant and services. Would recommend.
Ideal location for Dart train to travel to Dublin City centre and to explore local area in Ballsbridge which has a good choice of restaurants. B and B beautifully presented with a really luxurious feel. Lovely relaxing lounge to relax in offering refreshments after a long day exploring the sights. ...
The Croke Park hotel was an overall great experience. Staff was very friendly and helful when needed. A little bit of a far walk from major attractions and shopping but overall a great place and worth the money
The Gibson Hotel was our base camp for visiting friends and seeing Dublin. It a beautiful, funky facility. The bed was so comfortable and the room was nicely kitted out. We were in such a rush that we didn't see hotel staff a lot. What we did experience was a space, well-designed hotel room that ...
We thoroughly enjoyed our 2-night stay at this hotel - staff were very welcoming and helpful - we loved all the refurbishment that has taken place and we would have no hesitation in recommending it highly to friends and family. Great choice - the sunny weather gave an added bonus!
We stayed at the Crowne Plaza for a long weekend in Dublin to see U2 play a concert at Croke Park. Really cannot fault the warm welcome and hospitality shown by the staff here. Shame that the hotel is not closer to the centre of Dublin but that is not the fault of the hotel ;) taxis were quick to ...
Modern hotel in the Temple bar area, close to all sights Tip If you are taking the airport bus, get off the stop after Temple bar cross the street and go straight up the hill take a left to hotel
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?