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  • 1
    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    One of the finest hotels in Dublin, this hotel is elegant with lots of space in your room. Across the street from the Dublin's St. Stephan's Green, it is a 5 min walk to Grafton Street (for all you shoppers) and 10 min walk to the Temple Bar District (for all you foodie an night owls). Excellent service here.

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    Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge

    Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    The Hotel is not pretentious! It is not expensive. However you can eat well and it is very close to the City Centre. I would, and have, recommended it to many friends going to Ireland for vacation and did not get a bad review from anyone!

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    Fitzwilliam Hotel

    Fitzwilliam Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    I would say this is one of the best locations in Dublin. Right across the street from St. Stephen's Green, located on a mass transit stop, just down the block from Grafton Street, not too far away from the Dublin Tourism office and some of the most comfortable rooms found anywhere. What more could a person ask for? The concierge ...

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    Ashling Hotel

    Ashling Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    The Ashling Hotel ticks all the boxes—it’s reasonably priced, has just the right level of luxury, and is in a great location. It’s not in the city centre proper, but the tram runs within a few metres of the front door so that you’re never more than ten minutes at a maximum from O’Connell Street and its environs. You’re unlikely ...

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    The Merrion Hotel

    The Merrion Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    The Merrion is an extraordinary place. From the street it looks like all the other Georgian buildings in the row. I was expecting some kind of glittering, dowdy restoration – instead, I found a satisfying mix of old and new. Throughout the lobby and public lounges you can see the age in the floors: uneven painted floorboards, faded carpets, select ...

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    Grand Canal Hotel

    Grand Canal Hotel

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    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The Grand Canal Hotel aims for a simple standard and hits the mark. The hotel itself has little to distinguish it from any other—the lounge, dining room and bedrooms are pleasant, modest, and clean. There is, however, a very good pub that does a lunchtime carvery and light meals. They advertise a lot of deals in the lobby for tickets ...

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    The Croke Park Hotel

    The Croke Park Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    I’d thought that the Croke Park Hotel would be completely devoted to the rowdy goings-on at the stadium next door and cater exclusively to sports fans, but that is not the case. It’s quite an elegant and modern hotel, and the designers took on board the sports theme and reproduced it in a way that suits their own style: instead ...

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    Jurys Inn Custom House

    Jurys Inn Custom House

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful place to stay....

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    Number 31

    Number 31

    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    There is no indication from outside that this is a hotel: the name is simply its address: No. 31, Leeson Close, which is signposted in brass on an ivy-covered wall. The main building, a converted carriage house, has a long architectural history which I won’t summarize because the owner, Pat, takes such great pleasure out of telling it on the ...

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    Westin Dublin

    Westin Dublin

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    The hotel’s restaurant, The Exchange, lives in the 1930s and is up to its ears in art deco. I caught only a hint of this when I entered the hotel, but I realized afterward that it had colored my impression of the whole place. The building’s previous incarnation was as a bank headquarters (a local branch now occupies a small ...

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    Maldron Hotel Smithfield

    Maldron Hotel Smithfield

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    The Maldron is on the North end of Smithfield square, which has recently been redeveloped. The square is mostly sleek new buildings but the surrounding area is older and a bit rougher than is ideal. Having said that, in recent years the Smithfield/Stoneybatter area has become quite popular with bohemian artsy types and there are some local attractions on the ...

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    Buswells Hotel

    Buswells Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    The bar in Buswells Hotel is meant to be one of the favorite haunts of the ministers and TDs from the nearby government buildings – I didn’t see anyone I recognized while I was there, but there were many people in dark suits talking in low voices, so I will assume that they were conducting vital backroom deals. The hotel, ...

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    Celtic Lodge Guesthouse

    Celtic Lodge Guesthouse

    4 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    I don't know what you consider "affordable" but this one is less than $80/night with special winter rates. There's a lively pub right next door, so if you want to pop down for a pint and get chatty with the locals, you've got that within stumbling distance of your room. The hotel is clean, comfortable and the staff very welcoming ...

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    The Gibson Hotel

    The Gibson Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Get this: the main entrance is a bank of exterior glass elevators – you get in, push the “Lobby” button, and watch the city drop away below you. Great views southward: the Liffey, modern Docklands area and, in the distance, the Wicklow Mountains. If you can be bothered to turn around, there’s an (extremely) understated lobby and sophisticated lounging, drinking, ...

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    Trinity Capital Hotel

    Trinity Capital Hotel

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Really in the Center and very comfy the staff are helpful I will go back

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    Wynn's Hotel

    Wynn's Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Wynns is an old hotel that has worn extremely well with age. Many of the original fittings—the stained glass windows, the ancient elevator, the reception desk, the key cabinet—have stayed in place and successfully resisted the call to modernize. Part of that, now, is that the building is protected, which means the owners are legally unable to change much. The ...

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    Aberdeen Lodge

    Aberdeen Lodge

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    NOT FAR FROM THE SEAFRONT THIS IS A REALLY NICE HOTEL WITH LOT'S OF HOME COMFORTS BUT WITH ADDED LUXURY SUCH AS A FOUR POSTER BED WE HAD IN OUR ROOM.WHAT I REALLY NOTICED ABOUT THIS LOVELY HOTEL WAS THAT SERVICE WAS ALWAYS WITH A SMILE.THE DINING AREA IS REALLY ATTRACTIVE WITH VIEWS OF THE WELL KEPT GARDENS.THE BREAKFASTS ARE ...

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    The Morgan

    The Morgan

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    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    I like to think of the Morgan as an oasis in Temple Bar. Outside, it’s all cobblestones, cheap lager, and stag parties, but when you get past the doors (and, at night, the thick-necked bouncers) you jump into a calm and neutral minimalist space, the kind of place you see on the covers of architecture magazines. The room was similar, ...

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    Morrison Hotel

    Morrison Hotel

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    3 reviews

    Perfect location for all of the touristy places to visit. Placed along the Liffey River, the hotel is spacious and contemporary. The service is exceptional but that is typical here in Ireland.

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    Dylan Hotel

    Dylan Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    The Dylan is a unique and beautiful boutique hotel in a quiet inner suburb of Dublin, about a twenty-minute walk from town. It was designed in a style based on an edgy, Gothic luxury. Think dark velvets, oversized chairs, ornate silver-gilt frames. If I ever become involved in the production of a vampire movie set in Dublin, this hotel would ...

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Dublin Hotel Insider
Dublin blends a contemporary feel with the charm of Irish culture, lively music, and a fascinating history. It is also a popular destination for those exploring the rich literary sagas that originate there and span the centuries. Though it may seem like a very modern metropolis on the surface, over 1,000 years of unique history give the city a mythic feel. Dublin was founded by the Vikings, and is known for its wealth of culture and music that is always in the air. There is so much to explore in Dublin, and of course, it wouldn’t be Ireland without some beer and whiskey along the way.

Hotel Accommodations in Dublin
If you are looking for a really nice getaway during your stay, there are many luxury hotel accommodations in Dublin. The lavish Shelbourne Dublin is one of the top hotels in the area, and has an unmatched reputation. In fact, its bar alone is considered to be the most upscale bar in entire city. Another amazing hotel is Number 31. A boutique hotel with beautiful design and architecture, Number 31 also offers an amazing breakfast each morning. Guests love the plush rooms and royal treatment. For travelers looking to save a buck or two, the Buswells Hotel is a great Dublin budget hotel. This charming little spot offers excellent service and a cozy escape. The Buswells Hotel is perfect for anyone traveling on a budget, or even if you would just rather put your money toward reveling in the city.

Dublin Attractions
While you are in Dublin, be sure to check out the Guinness Storehouse to explore brewing history in a fun and fascinating atmosphere. This is a must-see for anyone who loves a good dose of history (or a good dose of delicious dark beer). If you are a history buff, you will also love the medieval illustrated manuscripts at Trinity College, including the Book of Kells. There are also some excellent museums to explore in Dublin. The Bram Stoker Museum offers an intriguing look on the life of the famed Dracula author. Another popular spot is St. Stephen’s Green, a serene open space filled with historical landmarks. The huge park-like space is often described as having a mystic feel to it. St. Stephen’s Green is the perfect place to relax and enjoy some fresh air as you take in the unique Dublin ambiance. For those who are here to party, the Temple Bar district is not to be missed. This area is filled with exciting bars and restaurants, and will surely be a vibrant taste of true Dublin culture. If you are a student, make sure to catch the student discounts all throughout the city. There are many cheap venues and entertainment options in Dublin, and visitors always love sharing a pint and mingling with the locals. Whether you come to Dublin on a historical hunt or to live it up in the Irish capital, there is plenty to see and do, and many charming hotels that will make it the perfect visit.
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