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Dublin, Ireland: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find hotels in Dublin using the list and search tools below. Find cheap and/or discounted hotel rates in or near Dublin, Ireland for your upcoming personal or group trip. We show the best Dublin motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Dublin area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Dublin hotels. Booking 5+ Rooms? Find Dublin Group Hotel Rates or Book a Dublin Meeting

The Dublin center is about the area of Dublin Castle and the area of Chester Beatty Library and Gallery of Oriental Art.

Dublin Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

The Merrion Upper Merrion St., Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Luxury 5 star Downtown hotel
  • 142 rooms in property
  • Friendly service
  • Great rooms in excellent location
From$408
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The Morrison a Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin, 1 Ireland
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • 145 rooms in hotel
From$194
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Drury Court Hotel
+1-800-881-1523
28 30 Lower Stephen St., Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • 40 rooms in property
  • Popular among people traveling with friends
  • The majority of guests thought rooms were spacious
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin Golden Ln & Chancery Ln, Dublin, DUBLIN8 Ireland
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • 7 meeting rooms in property
  • Wonderful sightseeing
  • Fantastic water pressure
From$178
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The Westbury Hotel : Grafton St.
+1-866-221-8581
Grafton St., Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Luxury Five Star property
  • 11 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Impeccable hotel
  • Not the best view
From$150
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel 2 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Luxury Five Star property
  • Hotel has 2 meeting rooms
  • Comfortable
  • Slowest bar staff
From$183
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Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street Moore St. Plaza, Dublin, Ireland
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • Hotel has 253 rooms
  • Most guests said the booking process was inefficient
  • Dirty carpet
From$115
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Buswells Hotel : Molesworth St. Molesworth St., Dublin, Ireland
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • Rooms are ok
  • Vibe was good
From$118
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The Shelbourne Dublin a Renaissance Hotel : 27 St. Stephen's Green North 27 St. Stephen's Green North, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
  • For 59%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard
  • For only 50%, the bathroom was ok
From$348
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Conrad Dublin Earlsfort Terrace 4, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Nestled in the capital city of Dublin, Ireland, the Conrad Hotel is just next to the National Concert Hall. Other nearby attractions include Phoenix Park, Olympia Theatre, Rathfarnhan Castle, and the Pearse Museum. Back at the hotel, you will find a fitness center, the Alex Restaurant, the Alex Cocktail Bar, and Alfie's Bar and Grill. Guests have a choice of eight different guest room styles, each containing your standard amenities. Extra amenities, however, are also provided. You will enjoy a docking station for your electronics, bath slippers for your feet, adjustable work lamps for the desk, and an emergency call button in case you have an accident.
  • Luxurious 5 Star Downtown hotel
  • 15 suites in hotel
  • Excellent business hotel
  • WiFi was charged
From$184
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Ashling Hotel Dublin Parkgate St., Dublin, 8 Ireland
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • 7 floors in hotel
  • No gym facility
  • For 60%, parking prices were too high
From$102
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The Spencer Hotel Excise Walk, Dublin, 1 Ireland
  • Four-star property
From$129
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
The Marker Hotel Grand Canal Sq. Docklands, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Luxurious 5 Star Downtown property
  • 9 meeting rooms in property
  • Fabulous wifi
  • Lovely bar service, according to 75%
From$150
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The Croke Park Jones Rd., Dublin, DUBLIN3 Ireland
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • 232 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Hotel was spotless
  • Superbly helpful staff
From$115
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Dylan Hotel - Dublin
+1-888-690-5247
Eastmoreland Place, Dublin, 4 Ireland
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 6 suites
  • Comfortable beds
  • Luxurious Hotel
From$180
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Paramount Hotel - Dublin
+1-888-305-3366
Parliament St. & Essex Gate, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • 5 floors in hotel
  • Not the best view
  • Food is all right
From$99
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The Clarence
+1-800-881-1523
6 8 Wellington Quay, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Luxurious 5-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 4 meeting rooms
  • Excellent boutique hotel
  • Great concierge service
From$200
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Jurys Inn Christchurch : Christchurch Place Christchurch Place, Dublin, 8 Ireland
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has a green policy See more
  • Average value
  • Most guests said it was a stylish hotel
From$128
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Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Centre 28 32 O'connell St. Upper Dublin, Dublin, D01T2X2 Ireland
  • 3 star hotel
The Morgan Hotel 10 Fleet St., Dublin, Ireland
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • 6 meeting rooms in property
  • Bar service was average, according to 57%
  • Could be quieter
From$145
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Temple Bar Hotel Fleet St. Temple Bar, Dublin, 2 Ireland
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • 6 suites in property
  • The majority of guests loved the menu selection
  • Almost all guests enjoyed the lobby entrance
From$117
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The Fleet Street Hotel Temple Bar - Dublin 19 20 Fleet St., Dublin, Ireland
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Check-in: 14:00
  • Cost extra for breakfast
  • AC needs updating
The Arlington O'connell Bridge - Dublin
+1-888-305-3366
23 25 Bachelors Walk, Dublin, Ireland
  • Midscale property
  • Most guests found the restaurant service to be one of the best
  • Most guests thought rooms were spacious
Staycity Serviced Apartments Dublin in Dublin 42 76 Saint Augustine St., Dublin, 8 Ireland
  • 4-star Downtown hotel
  • Check-in time: 14:00
  • About half of guests thought, the hotel was modern
  • Very good family hotel
O'callaghan St. Stephens Green Hotel
+1-888-283-3404
1 5 Harcourt St., Dublin, D2 Ireland
  • Four star Downtown property
  • 99 rooms in hotel
  • Bathroom is relatively clean
  • Excellent breakfast choices
From$125
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Travel overview of Dublin, Ireland

Dublin's contributions to literature, merrymaking and folklore have retained the city's quaint charm. Rejuvenated into a more modern capital recently, now is the perfect time to visit the city and experience Irish culture in full. Literary conquests around Dublin will take eager tourists to the homes of famous Irish writers such as James Joyce, William Butler Yeats and George Bernard Shaw. To get more out of your trip, join a literary pub crawl and follow in the footsteps of literary giants like Seamus Heaney and Oscar Wilde to discover the pubs they frequented in historic Grafton Street. The tour's vicinity also includes Ireland's oldest university, Trinity College. The essential part of Irish pub life is the brew that keeps the merry exchange of ideas flowing. Guinness Brewery, makers of the iconic Irish beer established in 1759, is the central figure in Dublin's bars. Guided tours of the legendary brewery provide an engaging way to toast to the Guinness legacy, and Irish heritage as well.

'When I die, Dublin will be written in my heart.'
The immortal words of James Joyce, a true, out and out Dubliner (despite living half of life in mainland Europe in exile) and perhaps the greatest man to put a pen to a paper, give us a glimpse into what Dubliners think of Dublin, their beloved home.

For Dubliners, Dublin itself is the greatest city in the world, by a fair margin, and London couldn't even think of getting close to it. Dubliners never shy away from pointing out their follies and making fun of themselves, but at the very heart of it, their world revolves around Dublin, just like it happens in 'Ulysses'. 

Dublin is a gifted city. Architecture, history, culture and a tumultuous coastline make it a vibrant affair. If only it weren't for the gloomy weather and soggy air, it would really have had a great shot at making it to the Ivy Leagues of Cities in the world (if there's such a thing). 

The foundations of this great city can be traced back to long lost races of Vikings who were supposed drifted while navigating the North Seas. The traces of this Viking heritage can be easily identified in the sound of ancient Gaelic language (now dangerously close to getting wiped out) and some of the oldest examples of architecture in the city. The rest, however, is all European, thanks to English settlers. 

If you are thinking of making a trip to Dublin, be sure that you will find more things to fall in love with this city than you would have anticipated. As far as accommodation issues are concerned, we are presenting a quick and brief guide to hotels in Dublin, in a hope that it will help you get an idea about the hospitality scene in the city.

Cheap Hotels in Dublin 

Dublin is a capital city, and hence, it is possible, but difficult, to find really cheap hotels here, especially during the height of tourism season of mid-summer. 

That said, tourists shouldn't get discouraged or deterred. There are quite a few bed & breakfast units here that will definitely be perfect fits for backpackers and business travelers who do not hope to stay for more than a night or two. 

For tourists who will be spending at least a week here in Dublin, with itinerary spread around all of Ireland, The Harding Hotel is a great choice. Always bustling with international tourists, the hotel is a landmark in Dublin and is, quite curiously, very affordable too.

Other than this one, the duo of Fleet Street Hotel and North Star Hotel make an exciting option among cheap hotels for tourists who want to keep their tour limited to Dublin. 

Lavish Lodging in Dublin 

Dublin is the most suitable place for tourists who are visiting Ireland and who wish to spend their time there in style, luxury and comfort of the highest level imaginable. 

Granted that Ireland is not really a country that takes pleasure in living lavishly or letting oneself go (except on the St Patrick's Day, of course), but the overall ambiance in Dublin is not too different than any world class city you will ever visit. 

Among the best luxury hotels in Dublin, the one that needs a special thumbs up is the Hilton Dublin Kilmainham. Located in the best Dublin site imaginable, Hilton Dublin provides the best Irish delicasies coupled with tastiests of representative cuisines from all around the world. 

Siimilarly, Sofitel and InterContinental make their best attempt to operate their finest resorts here, in Dublin. Another offbeat luxury entry in this segment is that of Red Cow Moran Hotel, a typically Irish lodge escalated to the heights of comfort. In short, various lavish Dublin hotels leave no space for grievances for their patrons. 

Sightseeing in Dublin

There's a lot to see in Dublin if you have a special apettite for culture and history. This city is not half as famous for its sights as it is for the people she has birthed and the events that she has witnessed.

The Spirte of Dublin presents an imposing structure that seems to be located right in the center of the city, marking a sort of monumental methodology. Politics has played a great role in the social fabric of Ireland as a a whole, and Dublin isn't an exception. The Spirt, that's why, becomes an important sight to visit in Dublin, because of its political and historical signficance.

Dublin Castle is another one of such historical sights that seem to have defied wind and weather, for over four long centuries. Book of Kells in the Trinity College Library is well worth visiting, as well. 

St Stephen's Green Park is located in the heart of the city and can provide a silent respite from the bustle of the city. The famous Guinness brewery provides a hands-on experience for visitors to see how their favorite beer is actually made. 

For literature enthusiasts, two of the best known Irish born authors, James Joyce and his pupil, Samuel Beckett have a number of sights associated with their names. Samuel Beckett Bridge is a fine example of this. 

Sightseeing Tips for Dublin Goers 

Tourists who are visiting Dublin for the first time must know that a trip to Dublin can be a short weekend affair if you want it to be that way, or it can be a one/two week stretch, if you wish. What matters is your motive behind this trip. If just sightseeing is your motive, then a weekend will be more than enough. But if you really want to explore the city and its culture, then you will have to camp up in Dublin for at least one week.

Many Dublin hotels do assist tourists by providing them with local guides, for nominal overhead fees. 

Local Transportation in Dublin

Being a capital city, Dublin is well developed in terms of infrastrcuture. For local transport, trains and local buses are easily available to and from all the major parts of the city. In addition, one can always resort to private texis and cabs to take them places.

Verified reviews of the city of Dublin

Below are reviews of the city of Dublin, Ireland from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Great Visit"
Score 5.0 / 5

Compact, clean and great transport links. Lots of variety of things to do

Joanna W., from 07-Dec-2016
"Great Place"
Score 5.0 / 5

People are extremely friendly. Easy walking into town with lots of history.

Daniel B., from 13-Jul-2016
"Love the People"
Score 4.0 / 5

We travel to Ireland on a regular basis because we love the people so much.

Dina N., from 05-Jul-2016
"Everyone is so nice"
Score 5.0 / 5

We love the people and the experience. Everyone is so nice.

Dina N., from 05-Jul-2016
"Really Great Area"
Score 4.0 / 5

Friendly people and lots to do.

Toni D., from 23-May-2016
"Repeat Visit"
Score 5.0 / 5

I have been to Dublin before and enjouyed it very much. Good nightlife and loads to do.

Robina B., from 06-Jul-2015
"Meetings in Dublin"
Score 5.0 / 5

Dublin is the perfect host city. Its full of unique and historic venues along with the modern; the city is great value for money; easily accessible by air, boat and boasts every kind of hotel. And of course who can forget the friendliest people in the world where entertainment and making friends is what the city is all about. From its castles, live music, cultural quarter or its famous Guinness factory you will never not have something to do in Dublin. Spring and fall are the best times to go when prices are cheaper and the weather is a happy medium. Summer is busy but best for festivals in the city and winter is when its at its cheapest but pack a warm coat!

John P., from 29-Jun-2015
"Lovely"
Score 4.0 / 5

There were so many places of interest in Dublin that it was hard to choose what to miss in this lovely, friendly city. Excellent restaurants. We especially enjoyed the Farm. Beautiful flowers everywhere. Kind, friendly people. Clean streets, no litter.

Bill S., from 13-Jul-2014
"Dublin Ireland is good crack."
Score 5.0 / 5

I loved the tone of the city. Everyone was helpful and had a kind word, a funny word. It was very clean and manicured and botanically colorful! The public transits were clean and the staff helpful.

Lily P., from 07-Jul-2014
"Walkable and Interesting"
Score 4.0 / 5

I liked that that one could walk to a variety of places of interest. Whatever your interests, you could find a place. It was clean for a city.

Jessica T., from 02-Jul-2014
"Dublin Ireland is always a great time."
Score 5.0 / 5

The city is very green, very friendly, very safe, and always lively. Public transportation was very easy. The weather was perfect this time although it can rain a lot so bring your galoshes. There is lots to see so give yourself a few days and enjoy the sites and the lovely people.

Patricia S., from 30-Jun-2014
"Clean and Wonderful"
Score 4.0 / 5

Bus travel was convenient and speedy. I felt safe at all times. Clean streets and beautiful open spaces.

Brian S., from 30-Jun-2014
"Dublin in a Nutshell"
Score 4.0 / 5

The Freedom Pass allowed travel on the Hop On Hop Off Bus and all other Dublin routes for three days. The Jameson tour was especially well organized with small groups so everyone could see and hear the presentation. The Trinity College tour and its Book of Kells exhibit were excellent. All our meals were wonderful especially at Le Bon Crubeen and The Farm.

Patricia S., from 30-Jun-2014
"Expensive"
Score 5.0 / 5

I found the city to be too expensive!

Michael Q., from 29-Oct-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Dublin, Ireland shown above is 4.6 out of 5 based on 14 reviews
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