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I purchased a night in the hotel as a gift for my wife and sister in law. Upon checking out the receptionist discussed the price of the bill and deposit reimbursement to my wife and sister in law, very embarrassing for me as i do not like my private business being discussed with the recipient of ...
In Ireland for the first time, staying one night, wanted the best and got it at The Marker. Even after I had left, I was checking a map, the porter came over and guided me and asked if I wanted a bottle of water for my walk. He didn't have to, but he did. Lovely consideration.
The Hotel oozes opulence & the staff are charming. Will choose this hotel next visit.
We had a wonderful weekend away for my mums birthday. The westin is a lovely hotel, the staff are amazing and the facilities perfect! Location is ideal as you can walk everything within minutes. Will certainly return and highly l, highly recommend
We love this modern hotel with large rooms, comfy beds, tea and coffee maker, and in room music system. It’s near Grafton Street and St. Stephen’s Green and has a car park. The breakfast is excellent and the bar is quite nice. Fireplace in lobby and a “library” for small groups to gather for drinks. ...
We stayed at The Merrion for 3 nights midweek and were very impressed, by everything; the room, pool/spa, lounge, and breakfasts were all excellent, and the service from all staff was probably the friendliest/most consistently professional we’ve ever experienced. Location is very central, also just ...
The Dylan is a 20 - 25 minute walk from city center but in a nice, quiet neighborhood. It’s a little quirky but clean and nice with a great staff and good tavern in the hotel. The only criticism I have is the bathroom was a little cramped and the shower design was too cute. Also, the offsite gym, ...
Very nice hotel with beautiful grounds. Most staff were wonderful but a few were snooty, which I find ironic since they were employees and not guests like myself.
With its excellent shopping, lively nightlife and vibrant culture, Dublin makes a fantastic destination for an action-packed city break. Boasting a wide array of guesthouses, hotels and B&Bs, the city offers accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. For visitors who really want to experience the Irish capital in style, Dublin is home to some of the most luxurious five star hotels in Ireland.
From internationally renowned theatres and concert halls to exciting contemporary companies and pop up events, Dublin is an incredibly exciting place for anyone interested in culture.
If you want to soak up a bit of authentic Irish culture during your stay in Dublin, the best place to base yourself is in the heart of the city. A good choice of five star hotels can be found in central Dublin, with most located on the southern side of the city.
Within easy reach of Dublin’s theatres, museums and galleries, these hotels are perfectly placed for holidaymakers looking to experience the very best of Irish culture.
The most famous shopping area in Dublin is Grafton Street. Home to major high street names as well as designer shops and independent retailers, the road is the perfect destination for anyone looking to indulge in a little retail therapy. Located on the south side of the River Liffey, Grafton Street is within easy reach of many of Dublin’s five star hotels and guesthouses.
Visitors looking for independent shops and bespoke items should explore Exchange Street, the canal front by Portobello Harbour and the area around the Irish Film Institute.
After a fun-filled day on the beach, a few rounds of golf in the breathtaking Irish countryside or an exhilarating hike through the green hills and valleys that surround the Irish capital, there are few things better than returning to a luxurious five star hotel for a bit of pampering.
If you want to get out and about during your trip, the luxury hotels that are located close to the coast and near the city’s outskirts are the perfect choice. Offering easy access to the beaches, hills and protected areas around Dublin, these fantastic hotels will make the perfect base for an active Irish break.
If you don’t have time to get out and explore the local area during your stay, many of the five star hotels in the city centre boast swimming pools, gym facilities and health clubs, ensuring guests have everything that they need for a relaxing and invigorating stay in the Irish capital.
Boasting a wide range of amenities, sumptuous rooms and fantastic locations, Dublin’s five star hotels offer holidaymakers the perfect place to relax, unwind and rejuvenate after an exciting day spent exploring this unique Irish city.
Take a look at the great choice of hotels on Expedia now to start planning your luxury Irish break.