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Located in the heart of Dublin, this family-friendly hotel is steps away from St. Stephen's Green, St. Stephen's Green and Gaiety Theatre. Trinity College and ...
The Fitzwilliam Hotel£221The Fitzwilliam Hotel£221
Located in City Centre Dublin, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of St. Stephen's Green, St. Stephen's Green and National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square. ...
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road£106Clayton Hotel Burlington Road£106
Located in City Centre Dublin, this hotel is steps away from Bank of Ireland, Trinity College and The Book of Kells. Ha' Penny Bridge and O'Connell Bridge are ...
The Fleet Street Hotel, Temple Bar£118The Fleet Street Hotel, Temple Bar£118
Located in City Centre Dublin, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Grand Canal and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. The Convention Centre Dublin and National Gallery ...
Maldron Hotel Pearse Street£123Maldron Hotel Pearse Street£123
Eclectic Dublin mixes art, culture, heritage and business with a hedonistic buzz that has helped to make it one of Europe’s favoured destinations. Dublin’s hotels also offers an equally eclectic mix of styles, from cooler-than-thou designer hotels to budget accommodation that’s perfect for backpackers. Unlike with many other cities there are no clearly defined areas for business hotels, boutique hotels, luxury hotels or guesthouses. Dublin is as carefree in its clustering of accommodation choices as it is in its mix of medieval avenues, Georgian streets and contemporary districts.
So, where should you stay in Dublin? To a large extent it all depends on what you are looking to get out of your stay.
The Docklands is becoming the city’s focal point for design-conscious hotels where those who like their hotels to make an artistic statement will feel at home. Spearheaded by signature developments by famous architects such as Manuel Aires Mateus, a certain self-conscious glamour has been firmly injected into the quaysides. But it's far from all designer thrills as you can still find plenty of no-frill budget hotels lurking nearby too.
Likewise whilst there is the largest concentration of budget hotels just north of the river, if you are looking to stay to the south you will find the selection is far from limited.
Downriver near the Docklands you’ll find most of the city’s business hotels, close to the headquarters of many famous Dublin companies. For those on official business the embassy quarters of Ballsbridge in Dublin 4 are the favoured place to lay their diplomatic heads.
For those looking for nightlife a hotel in Temple Bar or just off Dame Street will place you in the beating heart of Dublin’s pub and club scene. But being in the thick of it does very much mean it is hard to escape it: even the most luxury hotels cannot keep the noise from entering the hotel at any time it pleases throughout the night.
If you can’t afford the five star hotel prices but are looking for something special there are many Dublin guesthouses that can offer you a royal welcome without charging you a king’s ransom.
Oh, and if you're looking for a bit of a party, don't forget to check out the source (or sauce) and take a tour of Dublin's Guinness Storehouse
Further away from the city centre, but not too far to make it difficult to feel part of it, you can enjoy sea views and a calmer pace of life in Dublin Bay. With the delights of a long sandy stretch of beach, the soothing sounds of the Irish Sea and all the delights of Dublin on your doorstep you really can get the best of both worlds with a Dublin Bay hotel.
Wherever you choose to stay in Dublin it’s hard to not love the city. James Joyce, Dublin’s most famous exile, looking back on his time in the city exclaimed that “When I die Dublin will be written in my heart”...Well, it has that effect on you.