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I very much enjoyed my short stay at The Marker and would highly recommend it. From the moment I arrived to the moment Ieft I felt comfortable and well looked after. The staff were incredibly friendly, polite and accomodating. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and next time will be sure to make use of ...
The staff are friendly and helpful and gave me great recommendations for restaurants in the neighbourhood. There are some awesome restaurants a short walk from the house. The room was clean, comfortable and warm. I will definitely stay here again when I return to Dublin.
Best location you could want, right by Trinity College and the world famous relic, the Book of Kells. The hotel itself has famous history too. The decor was beautiful Art Deco and the staff, including reception, waitreses and concierge were warm, welcoming and very helpful. Meals and drinks, including ...
This hotel performs extremely well on every important metric. It's clean, well furnished, close to all of central Dublin, and has a profesional and friendly staff. I would stay again in a NY minute!!
We were immediately impressed upon entering this gorgeous hotel. The staff exceeded every expectation and were unbelievably courteous and accommodating. The rooms were extremely clean, comfortable and spacious. Location was ideal to walk to top tourist sites.
This was a great place to begin our ten day driving tour of Ireland. Ariel House is ideally situated in Ballsbridge. The convenience of the train station at the end of the street is the ideal way to get into and out of Dublin city.. Parking is a nightmare otherwise. Excellent dining is only a short ...
Really friendly and happy staff, very welcoming, Beautiful chandeliers very eye catching. Lovely clean bedrooms with plenty of space, Nice and comfortable beds, Close to shopping and public transport definitely recommend this hotel and will be back again to stay. My 8 year old daughter thought it ...
Everything was beautiful and in a quiet location however our room was serviced and someone left the room unlocked so anyone could have entered because the door was not shut properly.
With its vibrant culture, historic buildings and stunning setting on the shores of the Irish Sea, Dublin is one of the most atmospheric cities in Ireland and a fantastic destination for your next romantic getaway. Thanks to the fantastic choice of accommodation on offer, whether you’re looking for a five star luxury hotel, a cosy B&B or a quaint guesthouse, there’s guaranteed to be a room in Dublin that suits your tastes and your budget perfectly.
If your idea of romance involves admiring priceless artworks, exploring ancient buildings and taking in contemporary shows and performances, a cultural break in Dublin is definitely for you.
The hotels close to the river in the city centre offer easy access to most of Dublin’s cultural attractions including the Abbey Theatre, the National Gallery of Ireland and Dublin Castle. Choose one of the small, intimate hotels in the area to make your trip as memorable and as romantic as possible.
For some couples, their idea of romance is a weekend spent exploring the great outdoors. And with several fantastic city parks close to the centre of Dublin and stunning countryside on its doorstep, it’s the perfect destination for couples who want to get active during their romantic weekend away.
The huge Phoenix Park in the west of the city offers lots of opportunities for walking, cycling and leisure activities, with the ever popular Dublin Zoo within the park’s limits. Alternatively, couples can choose one of the hotels close to Dublin’s beaches and enjoy bracing, windswept walks along the stunning Irish coast.
Many visitors to the city find the rich history of Dublin and its historic sites incredibly romantic. Wandering through the old streets, exploring the castles and learning about the men and women who transformed the city over the years can make for a very romantic break in itself.
Like the city’s culture, much of its history is concentrated in the centre, making hotels in the area the perfect choice for couples looking for a romantic getaway. Alternatively, couples interested in the city’s history can book themselves into one of the stunning converted castles that are now home to high class hotels and venues.
For couples who like to go out and party, Dublin’s nightlife is famous around the world. From traditional Irish pubs to contemporary bars and fashionable clubs, there is a fantastic variety of establishments to suit a range of interests.
If going out for a delicious meal is more your idea of romance, Dublin’s flourishing foodie scene is sure to have a restaurant that will suit your taste buds perfectly.
Whatever your idea of romance, Dublin is a fantastic destination for a weekend break for two. Boasting loads of Irish charm, a stunning setting and more history that you can shake a stick at, the city will help you to wow your partner and get your romantic juices flowing.