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155 Available hotels in Dublin
Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport Dublin (Dublin City)
Bewleys Hotel Dublin AirportDublin

8.0

Good

23 hotel evaluations

11.00 km3.60 km6.90 km
Dbl. from 71.10 EUR

Free with HRS:

  • Personal daily newspaper for every room
  • Personal shuttle service from airport
My Place Dublin (Dublin City)
My PlaceDublin

6.6

10 hotel evaluations

1.21 km7.78 km0.40 km
Best Western Sheldon Park Dublin (Dublin City)
Best Western Sheldon ParkDublin

7.6

Good

23 hotel evaluations

5.35 km11.33 km3.91 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
  • Free use of the sauna
Charleville Lodge Dublin (Dublin City)
Charleville LodgeDublin

7.3

Good

41 hotel evaluations

1.89 km6.92 km1.66 km

Free with HRS:

  • Personal daily newspaper for every room
  • WLAN in room
Charles Stewart Dublin (Dublin City)
Charles StewartDublin

6.8

5 hotel evaluations

7.54 km0.80 km

Free with HRS:

  • WLAN in room
Maples House Dublin (Dublin City)
Maples HouseDublin

6.8

30 hotel evaluations

2.46 km6.17 km1.83 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
  • WLAN in room
Celtic Lodge Guesthouse Restaurant & Bar Dublin (Dublin City)
Celtic Lodge Guesthouse Restaurant & BarDublin

6.2

2 hotel evaluations

0.45 km7.93 km0.45 km

Free with HRS:

  • Upgrade to next room category
  • Personal daily newspaper for every room
Glenogra House Dublin (Dublin City)
Glenogra HouseDublin

8.1

Very good

44 hotel evaluations

3.40 km10.87 km3.16 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
  • Use of an Internet terminal at the hotel
Hampton Dublin (Dublin City)
HamptonDublin

8.5

Very good

19 hotel evaluations

2.59 km10.75 km2.90 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
  • WLAN in room
Dublin City Inn Dublin (Dublin City)
Dublin City InnDublin

5.5

6 hotel evaluations

0.99 km7.96 km0.55 km

Free with HRS:

  • WLAN in room
Bridge House Temple Bar Dublin (Dublin City)
Bridge House Temple BarDublin

4.1

8 hotel evaluations

0.05 km8.40 km1.17 km

Free with HRS:

  • Use of an Internet terminal at the hotel
Dergvale Dublin (Dublin City)
DergvaleDublin

7.5

Good

27 hotel evaluations

1.41 km7.27 km0.91 km
Temple Bar Fleet Street Dublin (Dublin City)
Temple Bar Fleet StreetDublin

6.4

18 hotel evaluations

0.43 km8.43 km1.09 km

Free with HRS:

  • WLAN in room
Maldron Parnell Square Dublin (Dublin City)
Maldron Parnell SquareDublin

8.3

Very good

30 hotel evaluations

1.07 km7.60 km0.88 km
Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square Dublin (Dublin City)
Belvedere Hotel Parnell SquareDublin

7.0

11 hotel evaluations

1.30 km7.35 km0.96 km
Pembroke Townhouse Ballsbridge Dublin (Dublin City)
Pembroke Townhouse BallsbridgeDublin

8.0

Very good

28 hotel evaluations

2.34 km10.10 km2.27 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
Lansdowne Dublin (Dublin City)
LansdowneDublin

7.9

Good

5 hotel evaluations

2.19 km10.08 km2.23 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
  • Use of an Internet terminal at the hotel
Portobello Dublin (Dublin City)
PortobelloDublin

6.6

2 hotel evaluations

1.55 km10.12 km2.60 km
Abbott Lodge Guest House Dublin (Dublin City)
Abbott Lodge Guest HouseDublin

6.1

22 hotel evaluations

1.19 km7.74 km0.46 km

Free with HRS:

  • WLAN in room
Castle Dublin (Dublin City)
CastleDublin

7.2

Good

52 hotel evaluations

1.23 km7.41 km0.99 km

Free with HRS:

  • Personal daily newspaper for every room
  • Welcome drink
George Frederic Handel Dublin (Dublin City)
George Frederic HandelDublin

6.8

7 hotel evaluations

0.16 km8.58 km1.55 km

Free with HRS:

  • WLAN in room
Avondale Guesthouse Dublin (Dublin City)
Avondale GuesthouseDublin

3.3

6 hotel evaluations

1.00 km7.89 km0.40 km

Free with HRS:

  • Use of an Internet terminal at the hotel
  • WLAN in room
Harcourt Dublin (Dublin City)
HarcourtDublin

7.0

Good

17 hotel evaluations

1.13 km9.67 km2.14 km
Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport Dublin (Dublin City)
Carlton Hotel Dublin AirportDublin

8.2

Very good

73 hotel evaluations

9.64 km2.09 km7.08 km

Free with HRS:

  • Parking directly by the hotel
  • Use of an Internet terminal at the hotel
Arlington Temple Bar Dublin (Dublin City)
Arlington Temple BarDublin

7.9

Good

21 hotel evaluations

0.16 km8.62 km1.56 km

In the family of European cities, Dublin can be likened to that shy cousin. The one that’s not quite as pompous as Paris, or as loud as Barcelona. But once you get to know it, you realize how fun, quirky, and original it really is. From its ancient Viking past, Georgian mansions, the breath-taking St. Patrick’s Cathedral to its no-fuss pubs and beer factories, Dublin is one city you will not forget.

Location: A River Runs Through

Divided by the Liffey River, Dublin is located on the eastern coast, in the province of Leinster. As Ireland’s capital and largest city, this once quiet and old-fashioned town has become one of the top cities in the world. Though equipped with efficient bus and rail routes, Dublin also ranked ninth most bicycle-friendly city in the world. Thanks to the city’s location on the Dublin Bay, it also boasts kilometres of shoreline, perfect for sportive leisure activities and soothing walks.

Business: A Wealthy City with a Booming Economy

The twentieth century saw this capital city boom as Ireland’s economy, business, and development grew exponentially. It is now known to be one of the wealthiest and most expensive cities in the world. Though distilleries, textile, and manufacturing used to be the capital’s main industries, Dublin today is home to companies such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and Microsoft. It is also headquarters to finance giants such as the Irish Stock Exchange and Citibank.

Culture: A city steeped in cultural heritage

Whether it’s art, architecture, or literature you’re looking for, Dublin has got it all. Visit the National Museum of Ireland-Archaeology, where you’ll see collections of Celtic weapons, treasures, and artefacts. Take a stroll down Henrietta Street and feast your eyes on the gorgeous Georgian brick mansions that date as far back as the 18th century. Are you of the literary turn? Look for the haunts that William Butler Yeats and James Joyce frequented. Finally, go to a local pub to kick back, relax, and enjoy a bottle of Guinness - fresh from the factory!

Activities: The Farmleigh House That Guinness Built

Step back into the 1800s at the historical Farmleigh House. Purchased in 1873 by Edward Cecil Guinness, this mansion is one of the most beautiful examples of Georgian architecture. It houses the Benjamin Iveagh Library, and an impressive collection of bound books from the 18th century. With sprawling grounds, a sunken garden, a clock tower, and a lake, The Farmleigh House is truly an impressive house that Guinness beer built.