Dublin Hotels


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The Gibson Hotel, Dublin

Guest Rating: 96%
Opening 25th June 2010, The Gibson Hotel is the trendiest spot to be seen in Dublin right on the doorstep of The O2 and only one Luas stop from The Convention Centre Dublin (5 minutes walking). Flying...

Albany House, Dublin

Guest Rating: 92%
Situated in the city centre, near Grafton Street and Trinity College, the Albany House is one of the finest examples of period accommodation available in the heart of Georgian Dublin.A unique blend of...

Morrison Hotel, Dublin

Guest Rating: 92%
The hotel is very centrally located along the river Liffey, just opposite Temple Bar. This is an excellent central location, with all attractions within walking distance. The majority of the rooms ar...

Brookville House, Dublin

Guest Rating: 92%
Brookville House is a luxury, family-run guest house offering an Irish welcome and a high standard of service. Enjoy a great breakfast and good transport links to the city centre. Each room has an en...

Conrad Dublin

Guest Rating: 89%
In the heart of Dublin, only minutes from the fashionable shops of Grafton Street, this luxury 5-star hotel offers deluxe accommodation and stylish, sophisticated and yet understated contemporary eleg...

Crowne Plaza Dublin Blanchardstown

Guest Rating: 90%
Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown is a unique conference venue boasting 13 meeting rooms catering for up to 600 people theatre style or banquets for up to 550....


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About Dublin

Accommodation in Dublin will leave you spoilt for choice. There are a vast amount of centrally-located Dublin hotels on both sides of the river Liffey (which splits the city into two), ranging from the budget to luxurious.

The Temple Bar area, on the south bank of the river and once a decaying part of the city, has now become a thriving commercial and cultural centre. However, it also attracts large numbers of young, noisy groups on stag parties. If that doesn't put you off, an excellent riverside choice in Temple Bar would be the 5-star Clarence, owned by Irish rock band U2, which houses the renowned Tea Room restaurant and the stylish Octagon bar. A good budget option in the area would be the 3-star Temple Bar Hotel on Fleet Street.

The Grafton Street area and the surrounding districts of St. Stephen's Green and Merrion Square are home to a fine architectural heritage and some of the most upmarket commercial properties in Dublin. In keeping with the affluent nature of the area, the accommodation options here are generally high-end.

For those looking for something a little more contemporary, newer establishments can be found overlooking the elegant St. Stephen’s Green. These areas are a short walk from some of the city's most timeless attractions, including the National Gallery, the National Museum, Trinity College and Dublin Castle.

North of the Liffey, Dublin still suffers from a downmarket – and even dangerous – reputation. However, a whole host of property developments means that the area is more accessible and tourist-friendly than in previous years. The Smithfield area north of the quays has also undergone major gentrification.

The embassy district around Ballsbridge and Lansdowne Road is about 2km east of the city centre, but has excellent transport connections and some of the most exclusive hotels in Dublin.

Read more in our Dublin Guide.

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96%The Gibson Hotel
92%Albany House
92%Morrison Hotel
92%Brookville House
90%Crowne Plaza Dublin Blanchardstown
89%Ariel House
89%Merchant House
89%Conrad Dublin
89%Aberdeen Lodge
88%Hilton Dublin Airport
88%Kildare Street Hotel
88%Brooks Hotel
87%Roxford Lodge Hotel
86%Comfort Inn Parnell Square
86%Premier Apartments Dublin Sandyford
86%Clarion Hotel Dublin (IFSC)
86%Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport
86%Dylan
86%Park Plaza Tyrrelstown
86%Glenogra Guesthouse