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  • 1
    The Croke Park Hotel

    The Croke Park Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    This was the best hotel we stayed at in Ireland, hands down. The room was modern, spacious and had the most comfortable beds and pillows of the trip. The staff was helpful, and the bar/restaurant were reasonably priced. It was a short taxi ride to the airport, which was a plus for our early morning flight. It seemed a little ...

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    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    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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    Ashling Hotel

    Ashling Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    The lobby sparkles - the large floor tiles and the main desk are made of a dark stone that is studded through with flecks of a silvery metal. Each one seems to reflect light directly at you, and the effect can be dizzying, especially if you’ve just been out on a dull, overcast day. You get used to it quickly, ...

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    Wynn's Hotel

    Wynn's Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    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

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    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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    Number 31

    Number 31

    4.5
    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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    King Sitric

    King Sitric

    4
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Fresh and very tasty fish with chips. Not expensive. Only 12 euros. Free internet.

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    Buswells Hotel

    Buswells Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% 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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    Grand Canal Hotel

    Grand Canal Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The Grand Canal Hotel is the only hotel in Dublin I’ve encountered with a take-away coffee counter in the lobby (I’m not sure that I fully approve, but I can appreciate its practical benefits for those without time for the sit-down breakfast). In all other respects the hotel is fairly standard; it’s new, clean, and the rooms are reasonably well-appointed. ...

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  • 10
    Maldron Hotel Smithfield

    Maldron Hotel Smithfield

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    The Maldron Smithfield was built only a few years ago when the local area was redeveloped. It’s a fairly standard budget hotel (part of a small group), most suitable for use as a base from which to see the city. The rooms are generously proportioned, comfortably furnished, and well maintained. The main lobby runs into the breakfast/dining area, so even ...

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    Celtic Lodge Guesthouse

    Celtic Lodge Guesthouse

    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    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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  • 12
    Trinity Capital Hotel

    Trinity Capital Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    The Trinity Capital has a completely over-the-top, through-the-looking-glass feel – it’s all super high-backed chairs and enormous dog and camel statues – not at all what you would expect from the outside. There is an extensive series of public rooms downstairs, including a small green courtyard. The rooms themselves are well equipped and stylish, if a bit on the small ...

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  • 13
    Westin Dublin

    Westin Dublin

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    High quality property with an excellent location near Temple Bar and Trinity College. Housed in an old bank building -- the facade evokes history but the internal spaces are updated almost to the point of being a bit bland. Avoid tea / drinks in the atrium. Nothing special and the atmosphere feels a bit more suburban American than it should ...

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  • 14
    Hilton Dublin Kilmainham

    Hilton Dublin Kilmainham

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    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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  • 15
    Best Western Premier Academy Plaza Hotel

    Best Western Premier Academy Plaza Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    The Best Western Premier Academy Plaza Hotel has, by my reckoning, three things going for it: it’s clean, it’s relatively cheap, and it’s in an easy-to-find location. Beyond that – and the fact that it has an absurdly long name, which they do say in full during their phone greeting – there’s not much to recommend it. They cater mostly ...

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    Ashford Castle

    Ashford Castle

    Hotel Class:
    5
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    If you want to feel like a prince or princess visit ashford castle. Once you arrive, there is no reason to leave to 500 acre premises. From archery, to water sports on the lake, there are many fun activities to do.

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    Dromoland Castle

    Dromoland Castle

    Hotel Class:
    5
    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Our stay at Dromoland was far beyond expectation and, as befits the Irish, we were welcomed and treated like old friends. Whether dining in the Earl of Thomond dining room, the Fig Tree or having a drink in the cocktail Bar the quality of the food and service was superb. We also enjoyed 18 holes on the Dromoland Golf Course ...

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  • 18
    Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge

    Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    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.

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    Fitzwilliam Hotel

    Fitzwilliam Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    A five star business hotel with no working wifi. Great location. Wonderful decor. Ok staff. Comfortable rooms. If they sort out wifi my rating will go to four stars.

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    The Merrion Hotel

    The Merrion Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    This hotel is top class. Ranked as Dublin’s best hotel by trip advisor, it’s easy to see why. When you walk through the main doors you’re met with beautiful shimmering chandeliers, a wonderful sense of history. I loved the drawing rooms where there were, again, large chandeliers and windows looking out on to the two beautiful gardens which have lovely ...

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