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  • 1
    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews

    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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  • 2
    Ashling Hotel

    Ashling Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    Although a little outside of the central Dublin area, the Ashlington is a great choice if quietness is craved while in the city. What it has going for it is its proximity to the Heuston main train station and the Guinness Storehouse.

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  • 3
    Westin Dublin

    Westin Dublin

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    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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  • 4
    Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin

    Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    I’d expect it difficult for international chain hotels to localize their outlets without descending into kitsch – the Radisson Blu Royal in Dublin is not one of these. On the whole, the hotel is what you would expect. Its sleek, contemporary styling marks it as a hotel that caters to the business standard, much like what you’d see in an ...

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  • 5
    The Westbury Hotel

    The Westbury Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews

    The Westbury would be my choice for afternoon tea. The main lounge (called the ‘Gallery’ on account of its excellent art collection) is a long room filled with ornate couches and chairs, all mismatched yet somehow harmonious when placed together. Taking in back-set view onto Grafton Street is a fine way to pass the time on a weekend afternoon when ...

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  • 6
    The Croke Park Hotel

    The Croke Park Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    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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  • 7
    The Merrion Hotel

    The Merrion Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    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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  • 8
    Number 31

    Number 31

    4.5
    3 reviews

    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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  • 9
    Morrison Hotel

    Morrison Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    The lobby of the Morrison Hotel is downstairs from the main entrance, sort of in the basement. I thought this a bit odd, but on reflection I really like the idea that the business side of things (checking in, paying) is kept separate from the living areas. The hotel is beautifully designed—lots of dark wood and low lighting—and somehow manages ...

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  • 10
    The Gibson Hotel

    The Gibson Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    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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  • 11
    Aberdeen Lodge

    Aberdeen Lodge

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    The main advantage of the Aberdeen Lodge is that it doesn't seem like a hotel. About two decades ago, the owner, Pat, who lives at the property with his partner and young daughter, converted two adjoining semi-detached homes into this charming guesthouse. The rooms are comfortable and feel more like real bedrooms than hotel rooms. The back patio and garden ...

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  • 12
    The Burlington

    The Burlington

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    2 reviews

    Now a Doubletree Hilton, the 'Old Burlo' hotel is exactly what you want in a business hotel. Close to town and within walking distance of a few pubs and restaurants, the hotel is also walking distance from a beautiful canal. It's attached to a large conference center (I was there for a conference), so there are a lot of business ...

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  • 13
    Grand Canal Hotel

    Grand Canal Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews

    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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  • 14
    Fitzwilliam Hotel

    Fitzwilliam Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    7 reviews

    Decorated in a slightly boutique fashion, there is a nice sense of atmosphere with interesting, non-typical hotel furniture and seats in the hotel lobby. One of the first things you notice is the bright patterned purple carpet and large purple couches in the lobby. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi, which unlike many hotels doesn’t require any special log in or ...

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  • 15
    Hilton Dublin Kilmainham

    Hilton Dublin Kilmainham

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    Located outside the city centre, but on numerous transport routes, the Hilton in Kilmainham is great if you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the Centre. There is more of a boutique feel about this hotel compared to the stereotypical image of a Hilton, and it is a smaller hotel than the standard chain. The lobby is clean ...

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  • 16
    Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge

    Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    This hotel is such a great price that you would expect the room to be lacking. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of our stay. The people were friendly and the room was nice, clean and comfortable. They have a nice bar/restaurant with a warm fireplace.

  • 17
    Jurys Inn Custom House

    Jurys Inn Custom House

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Very good hotel, with nice cuisine. The Costa Coffee at the lounge is also very frequented for breakfast and lunch time.

  • 18
    Maldron Hotel Smithfield

    Maldron Hotel Smithfield

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    5 reviews

    Dublin's street-art. If you get a chance you will find lots of street-art in Dublin. This piece I discovered in the Smithfield area.

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  • 19
    Buswells Hotel

    Buswells Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    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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  • 20
    Celtic Lodge Guesthouse

    Celtic Lodge Guesthouse

    4
    4 reviews

    The main selling point of the Celtic Lodge is not the hotel, but the award-winning bar and restaurant next door, which they own. The hotel is a smallish family-run business – as you’d expect, they’re friendly, trusting, and make a point of filling you with too much breakfast before you head out for the day. The rooms are clean and ...

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