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Where should we stay in Dublin?
The historic destination of Dublin is a great choice if you've been thinking about a holiday with the children. The museums, sporting events and local tours are just a few things that make this an attractive holiday destination for families. Arrange a flight into Dublin (DUB), which is located 5.8 mi (9.3 km) from the city centre. Dublin offers 277 child-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation so you'll have a variety of options when you're deciding where to stay.
Families on holiday have good things to say about these types of accommodation:
Finnstown Castle Hotel: Offers an indoor pool, a restaurant and free parking. Guests like the overall comfort and central location at this 4-star hotel.
Staycity Aparthotels Saint Augustine Street – Features in-room kitchens, laundry facilities and free WiFi. This 4-star apartment is popular with guests for its overall comfort.
Green Isle Conference & Leisure Hotel – Offers an indoor pool, a restaurant and free parking. Guests like the central location at this 4-star hotel.
Castle Hotel – Features 2 restaurants, free breakfast and laundry facilities. This 3-star hotel is popular with guests for its overall comfort.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin – Offers a restaurant, laundry facilities and babysitting services. Guests like the quiet location at this 4-star hotel.
When should we visit Dublin?
You're likely hoping for good weather for your family holiday. You can use these tips to plan when to grab the children and head to Dublin.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 19°F
- Coldest months: January, February, March and December, with an average temperature of 1°F
- Driest months: April, March, February and June, with an average rainfall of 47 inches
- Rainiest months: August, December, September and January, with an average rainfall of 78.25 inches
What should we see and do in Dublin?
While you are visiting Dublin, you and the family may want to explore some interesting spots such as National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Guinness Storehouse. Make sure that you have plenty of time to take in the area's activities such as Ha' Penny Bridge, Dublin Castle and St. Stephen's Green.Dublin is also well-known for its:
- Live music
- University life
- Historical sites
Getting around Dublin
Dublin has transport options that will make it easy for you and the family to get around. Walk to nearby metro stations like Jervis Station, Abbey Street Station and St. Stephen's Green Station. If you want to see more of the area, hop aboard a train from Dublin Tara Street Station, Dublin Pearse Street Station or Dublin Connolly Station.