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The vibrant city of Dublin is a great holiday choice and with accommodation to suit every budget, finding hotels in Dublin has never been easier. You could even opt for an apartment, giving you lots of freedom to explore. Visit Dublin Castle or stroll through Temple Bar where the Irish Film Institute shows arty movies for a friendly crowd. Stop off at one of the many bars for a pint of Guiness or visit the Guiness Storehouse which is shaped like a pint of the black stuff and is a beer lover's paradise. Spend the day walking in the beautiful Wicklow hills, or take a trip to the seaside, Dublin's beaches are beautiful and within easy reach. Shop in O' Conell street and hear the Sunday mass bells as you walk through the grounds of Trinity College, founded by Queen Elizabeth I. With the right hotel or apartment, you're certain to have a great stay in one of Europe's friendliest cities.

The 5 star Four Seasons hotel is set in its own beautiful grounds and there are even ducks on the pond. If you prefer a more personal touch, try Butlers Town House Hotel, a 4 star residence which is more like a private home than a typical hotel. For those who do enjoy having the real home from home feel, why not rent an apartment? There are many terrific apartments in Dublin to choose from and you can book through the owners or with an online apartment rental site. The Merrion Hotel is ideal if luxury is a must and with its own excellent spa and a great infinity pool you can enjoy a stylish break. Live like royalty at the Clontarf Castle Hotel built around a renovated 12th century castle, or try the Trinity Capital, a comfortable 4 star choice with eastern themed rooms.

From a city apartment to the luxury of the Westin, or the convenience of the modern Gibson hotel, there's something to suit every visitor when it comes to hotels in Dublin.

What to see or do in and around Dublin

Leer 5 recomendaciones de the county.
  • Dublin (Dublin)

    Dublin - so much fun!

    Visited with a friend to explore for 48hours - we were not disappointed! We like to get involved with less-commonly known attractions, and unfortunately despite the prison museum being fully booked we managed to fill our time! Highlights definitely included a 3hour tour with a local (Patrick) booked via airbnb - a fantastic tour guide with charisma and fun activities planned, including local ice cream and a Ulysses tribute a la James Joyce. We took a train out to Howth after Patrick recommended it to us and had a fantastic time exploring the marina, trying out the local fresh fish caught on the bay, visiting the castle and doing part of the coastal path (various length/level walking routes available!). Another great activity was the escape room on a boat in Dublin port, a very fun and slightly hair-raising experience! Highly recommend getting a Leap card for cheap easy travel around the city/surrounding areas, and be aware that not everywhere will take card payments (especially taxis/buses)!

  • Dublin (Dublin)

    Weekend Break

    Christmas lights on Grafton Street are always a must see. Nothing over rated just a typical Christmas. Brown Thomas was over crowded and needed to limit the number of people I side the store. Afternoon coffee and pastries in Bewleys was well worth the wait. We ate in Cleaver East on Essex St E in Temple Bar. A tad expensive for what it is but food was good. Didn't realise it was a restricted table and we had to leave after our time was up as there was no space at the bar. Meet up with friends for afternoon cocktails in Farrier and Draper, Powers court. Staff really friendly and helpful. Drinks were right on the money. Defo be back next time we're in town.

  • Dublin (Dublin)

    Perfectly perfect.

    A lovely stay especially if you are visiting the theatre. The service is excellent the rooms are so quiet and perfect temperature. Soft carpets, lovely food perfect ambience can’t wait to visit again ! Only a 20 min walk to centre of Dublin but a nice walk so no hills. We had a twin room with comfy beds. They have underfloor heating in the rooms x nothing appears to be too much for the staff from the moment you arrive to when you leave.Just go you’re worth it.

  • Dublin (Dublin)

    It was the most friendly hotel we have every been in. The staff were so kind and helpful we are all looking forward to going back soon.

  • Dublin (Dublin)

    Worth a visit to Dublin but expensive.

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