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Best Dublin hotels

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Hard Rock Hotel Dublin - Dublin - Bar
Hard Rock Hotel Dublin
9 Wonderful
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$327+
Free Wi-Fi
The Fleet - Dublin - Lounge
The Fleet
8.4 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$322+
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Dublin Airport
7.8 Good
Clonshaugh - Darndale$228+
Airport shuttle
Camden Court Hotel
8.5 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$293+
Free Wi-Fi
ibis Dublin
6.4 Okay
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Russell Court Hotel
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$149+
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Dublin Kilmainham
8.5 Very good
The Liberties, Inchicore and Phoenix Park$264+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Stauntons on the Green
9.1 Wonderful
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$341+
Free Wi-Fi
The Green
8.5 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$288+
Free Wi-Fi
The Grafton Hotel
8.6 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$332+
Free Wi-Fi
Free Wi-Fi
The Davenport
8.5 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$294+
Free Wi-Fi
Harding Hotel
8.6 Very good
The Liberties, Inchicore and Phoenix Park$260+
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Dublin
8 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$271+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Charleville Lodge Hotel
7.6 Good
Inn's Quay - Four Courts$84+
Free Wi-Fi

Dublin hotels near Christ Church Cathedral

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When to book a hotel in Dublin

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Top tips for finding Dublin hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Dublin, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper hotels in Dublin in February and January.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Dublin if you stay on a Saturday. The opposite is true for, Wednesday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 51 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Dublin hotel.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Dublin found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $123, while the most expensive was $295.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their hotel in Dublin for 4 days.
  • Multiple Dublin hotels have a fitness center where you can keep fit while on holiday. Conrad Dublin is a luxury hotel equipped with a gym and fitness center with modern training equipment. You can also consider The Alex, which has a gym that is operational 24/7 and has state-of-the-art equipment. Other Dublin hotels with fitness centers include The Davenport, Aloft Dublin City, The Morrison Dublin, and The Croke Park Hotel.
  • The Irish capital has multiple pet-friendly hotels with different pet policies where you can enjoy a stay with your furry friend. International jetsetters can choose Travelodge Dublin Airport Sth, which welcomes all dog sizes. A pet bed, water bowl, and potty area are provided. Uppercross House Hotel is another excellent option that welcomes dogs of all sizes. Only one dog is allowed per room. Pet amenities include a water bowl, walking area, pet bed, and potty area.
  • If you want to enjoy great views of Dublin City, then Radisson Blu Royal is a perfect choice. The hotel is a few steps from Dublin Castle and offers a great view of the city. It has spacious air-conditioned rooms with smart TVs, and an on-site bar and restaurant. You can also access Velvære Spa for quality treatment and relaxation.
  • Those visiting Dublin on a business trip have a wide range of accommodation options, including the Mespil Hotel, The Merrion Hotel, Hyatt Centric, Holiday Inn Express, and Dublin Skylon Hotel. These hotels have top amenities like spacious rooms, quality meals, conference rooms, and everything you need for your business trip.
  • For sustainable hotels in Dublin, you can consider The Westbury, The Alex Hotel, Dylan Hotel, and The Morgan Hotel. These hotels are geared toward providing comfort while preserving the environment. Environmentally-friendly practices observed in these hotels include energy conservation through energy usage, water conservation, routine measuring and recording, and waste management and recycling.
  • If you would like to explore the city with ease, book a hotel located next to one of Dublin’s bike-share docking stations, known as Dublin Bikes. The Avalon House is an affordable hostel just two blocks from one of the bike-renting areas.
  • To stay in a quiet area of Dublin, consider booking one of the hotels in Ballsbridge, a tranquil and residential neighborhood. The Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge is located in the middle of this neighborhood and is set in a former school building that dates back to 1881.
  • Hoping to experience Dublin’s infamous nightlife and pubs? Select a hotel near Temple Bar, such as the Temple Bar Inn. Like its name suggests, Temple Bar is a crowded neighborhood full of pubs. It is also known for having amazing live music, a wide selection of restaurants, and a fun atmosphere.
  • If you are interested in staying in an area with lots of greenery, select a hotel located near St Stephen’s Green, a very large and historic park located in the center of Dublin. The Stauntons on the Green hotel is located just beside the park and is not far from St Patrick’s Cathedral.
  • For those who’d prefer to be near all the famous sites and attractions that Dublin has to offer, choose a hotel in City Centre. Although it is a highly popular neighborhood, you can still find options with cheap accommodation, such as the Dublin Central Inn.

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