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Ashling Hotel Dublin
Ashling Hotel Dublin

Parkgate Street, Dublin 8

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4.5 out of 5 (2,542 reviews)

Ashling Hotel Dublin is on the stately north bank of the River Liffey, a 5-minute walk from Heuston Station, and a 5-minute …

£93
The Morgan
The Morgan

10 Fleet Street Temple Bar, Dublin

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4 out of 5 (1,291 reviews)

This contemporary boutique hotel is located in the city center, in Dublin's Temple Bar area, next to Trinity College.

£101
Trinity College Campus Accommodation
Trinity College Campus Accommodation

West Chapel, House 10, Dublin 0002

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3.7 out of 5 (124 reviews)

Located in Trinity College, this hostel is steps from Campanile, Trinity College, and The Book of Kells. Dublin Tourism Centr …

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The Westin Dublin
The Westin Dublin

at College Green, Dublin D02 HR67

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4.6 out of 5 (946 reviews)

Overlooking Trinity College, this historic building is adjacent to Grafton Street shops and a 10-minute walk from St Stephen' …

£186
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin

Golden Ln and Chancery Ln, Dublin Dublin 8

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4.6 out of 5 (1,097 reviews)

Opened in August 2007 and set in the centre of Dublin, this ultra-modern seven-storey hotel is set 200 metres from Dublin …

£126
Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge
Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

23-25 Bachelors Walk, Dublin

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4 out of 5 (1,776 reviews)

The Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge is within a 7-minute walk of the Spire, General Post Office, Temple Bar, Abbey Theatre …

£68
The Morrison, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
The Morrison, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1

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4.6 out of 5 (739 reviews)

Overlooking the River Liffey, this Dublin hotel is surrounded by shops, popular bars, museums, theaters, Guinness Storehouse, …

£158
Abbey Hotel
Abbey Hotel

52 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin

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3.8 out of 5 (88 reviews)

Located in City Centre North, this hotel is steps from General Post Office and Ha' Penny Bridge. The Spire and O'Connell …

£59
Grafton Street Apartments
Grafton Street Apartments

116 Grafton Street, Dublin

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4.8 out of 5 (4 reviews)

Located in Trinity College, this apartment is steps from College Green, Trinity College, and The Book of Kells. Brown Thoma …

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Abigails Hostel
Abigails Hostel

7-9 Aston Quay, Dublin

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3.9 out of 5 (59 reviews)

Located in Temple Bar, this hostel is steps from Bank of Ireland, Ha' Penny Bridge, and O'Connell Bridge. Trinity College and …

£58
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Pocket Guide: City Centre Dublin Trinity College Hotels

Trinity College offers a welcome haven from the hustle and bustle of Dublin and it is one ivory tower you’d be happy to be trapped in for a long time.

Ireland's most prestigious university was founded by Elizabeth I in 1592 in the hope of offering Dublin’s sons a reason to pursue their studies at home, away from the infectious threat of popery on the continent.

Today it is a venerable seat of learning that attracts students from all over the globe as well as international visitors who come to enjoy the relaxing greens, admire the architecture, take in the history and be astounded by what is possibly the world's most famous book. Housed within the college is the beautifully illustrated medieval manuscript that is a true labour of love: the Book of Kells.

Visitors can come and go in the college grounds pretty much as they please and there's no charge to wander around but, let’s face it, you are going to want to see the Book and we recommend you take a student-led walking tour to hear all the anecdotes that the college has accumulated, and, with alumni like the sharp-tongued satirist Jonathan Swift, the flamboyant wit Oscar Wilde and the existential dramatist Samuel Beckett, there are plenty of stories to share.

The buildings themselves are visual narratives, with Georgian squares fringed by statues and Regency splendour. The shock of the brutalist Berkeley Library, and other modern masterpieces from the architectural genius of Paul Koralek, do something to get you into the right frame of mind for the delights in the Douglas Hyde Gallery of Modern Art.

Trinity is, without a doubt, another world entirely in the heart of Dublin. Dip in and dip out of it as often as you please: you’ll be rewarded every time.

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