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Romantic Hotels and Accommodation in Dublin
If you and your partner need a romantic holiday, we'd like to help you plan for it. Couples choose Dublin for its great live music scene, top museums and popular art scene. If you want to spend some time strolling through captivating scenery with your love, you might make a visit to St. Stephen's Green, War Memorial Gardens or National Botanic Gardens.
Whether you'd like to watch the sunset from your balcony or lounge around in luxurious bedding, you'll have your choice of 138 hotels and other accommodation options in Dublin to make for the perfect weekend away.
Expedia travellers love these hotels and lodging options for their romantic atmosphere and amenities:
Clontarf Castle Hotel: This 4-star hotel offers a restaurant, a bar and wedding services. Our guests appreciate its comfortable rooms and beach location.
Trinity City Hotel: 4-star hotel featuring a restaurant, a bar and free WiFi. Customers give positive reviews for its proximity to shopping.
Unique 5 Star Holiday Opportunity in Malahide, the Village That has Everything: With a stay at this apartment, you'll have access to a fireplace, a kitchen and free WiFi. Expedia travellers speak highly of its comfortable beds and beach location.
Hampton Hotel: 4-star hotel featuring al fresco dining, a bar and free WiFi. Customers give good reviews for its comfortable beds and overall value.
When is the Best Time to Visit Dublin?
Weather can be a major factor in your romantic holiday, so we've collected seasonal rainfall and temperature stats to help you plan your holiday:
- 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
Sightseeing in and around Dublin
There's nothing better than wandering around a new place with your sweetheart, so consider checking out all there is to see and do in Dublin. If you're hoping to experience some of the local culture, you'll love Dublin for its top museums, great live music scene and interesting historical sites. Ha' Penny Bridge, Dublin Castle and St. Stephen's Green are worth a stop when you're out and about.Expedia travellers also like Dublin for its:
- University life
Getting around Dublin
To get to Dublin, you can fly into Dublin (DUB), which is the closest major airport, located 5.8 mi (9.3 km) from the city centre. 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.