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Hard Rock Hotel Dublin - Dublin - Bar
Hard Rock Hotel Dublin
8.9 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$306+
$306+
Free Wi-Fi
The Fleet - Dublin - Lounge
The Fleet
8.4 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$270+
$270+
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Dublin Airport
7.9 Good
Clonshaugh - Darndale$251+
$251+
Airport shuttle
Camden Court Hotel
8.6 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$276+
$276+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Spa
Russell Court Hotel
6.6 Okay
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$164+
$164+
Free Wi-Fi
Stauntons on the Green
9.1 Wonderful
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$377+
$377+
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Dublin Kilmainham
8.6 Very good
The Liberties, Inchicore and Phoenix Park$255+
$255+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
The Green
8.7 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$326+
$326+
Free Wi-Fi
$190+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
The Davenport
8.6 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$328+
$328+
Free Wi-Fi
The Grafton Hotel
8.7 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$353+
$353+
Free Wi-Fi
Harding Hotel
8.6 Very good
The Liberties, Inchicore and Phoenix Park$247+
$247+
Free Wi-Fi
Hilton Dublin
8 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$277+
$277+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Maldron Hotel Smithfield
8.3 Very good
Inn's Quay - Four Courts$269+
$269+
Free Wi-Fi
The Morgan Hotel
8.6 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$299+
$299+
Free Wi-Fi

Dublin hotels near Christ Church Cathedral

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Marlin Hotel Stephens Green - Dublin - Bedroom
Marlin Hotel Stephens Green
8.2 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$258+
$258+
Free Wi-Fi
Staycity Aparthotels Dublin City Centre - Dublin - Patio
Staycity Aparthotels Dublin City Centre
9 Wonderful
Inn's Quay - Four Courts$242+
$242+
Free Wi-Fi
Generator Dublin
7.4 Good
Inn's Quay - Four Courts$226+
$226+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Wren Urban Nest
8.8 Very good
Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green$257+
$257+
Free Wi-Fi

Top Dublin hotels with parking

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Plaza Hotel Tallaght - Dublin - Bedroom
Plaza Hotel Tallaght
8.4 Very good
$182+
$182+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
The Bonnington Dublin - Dublin - Lobby
The Bonnington Dublin
7.5 Good
Whitehall - Botanic Gardens$218+
$218+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
8.7 Very good
Castleknock - Blanchardstown$215+
$215+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown
8.1 Very good
Castleknock - Blanchardstown$190+
$190+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
The Croke Park Hotel
8.7 Very good
Clontarf - East Wall$267+
$267+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Aspect Hotel Park West
7.7 Good
Crumlin - Walkinstown$180+
$180+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Clontarf Castle Hotel
8.9 Very good
Clontarf - East Wall$313+
$313+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi

The 10 best hotels in Dublin

Discover the top hotels in Dublin handpicked by local expert Ciara McQuillan.
Ciara McQuillan
December 6, 2023

Surrounded by the sea and miles of stunning coastline on one side and verdant mountains on the other, Ireland’s vibrant capital is a bucket list destination for many, and with good reason. With a long-standing tradition of live music, friendly people, historical sites, and great bars, Dublin has something for everyone. And then there is the selection of hotels, impressive by any standard. From modern day architectural masterpieces like Anantara The Marker, to hotels such as The Shelbourne, with its lived experience of the city’s unique history, Dublin has a great range of hotel options, whatever the occasion. If you happen to prefer a boutique inn or an ornate abode, these are the best hotels in Dublin to base yourself whether you are visiting to soak up the history, the culture or the much celebrated nightlife. And of course, don’t forget to try the Guinness!

1.

The Westbury Hotel

Address:

Grafton Street Dublin 2 IE

Price:

$419-3077/night

When it comes to choosing a luxury hotel in Dublin, look no further than The Westbury Hotel, a Dublin icon. Located just off Grafton Street in the city’s shopping district, The Westbury has long been the place to be seen in Dublin city.
I loved the excellent tableside martini from the cocktail trolley in the glamorous art deco styled Sidecar bar, which serves up some of the best cocktails in Dublin, before dinner in the highly regarded Wilde restaurant. A Champagne Afternoon Tea in The Gallery is something of an institution – ask for a window table for some prime people-watching opportunities.
The guest rooms are decorated in soothing, restful tones with crisp Irish linens on the pillow top beds, Nespresso machines, and marble bathrooms with underfloor heating. If the budget allows, splurge for a terrace suite with its statement artwork, fully furnished outdoor terrace, and panoramic views over the city’s skyline.

2.

Stauntons on the Green

Address:

83 St. Stephens Green South

Price:

$129-656/night

The creation of Stauntons on the Green was a labor of love for its owner, the late Irish-American philanthropist and collector Richard Driehaus, and it shows. Located in a classic Georgian townhouse in the city center, Stauntons has 64 elegant guest rooms of varying sizes, a cozy breakfast room, a stunning town garden, perfect for enjoying an aperitif from the honesty bar or simply as a quiet place to read in the afternoon sun.
Stauntons is also home to a curated collection of Irish and international art that would make a gallery owner swoon, including a sculpture of Eiar, the Goddess of Springtime which takes pride of place in the garden.
There is no restaurant, but an excellent breakfast is served daily and staying at Stauntons means you are mere minutes away from the excellent restaurants in the locale – a personal favorite is Dax, just 6 minutes’ walk away.

3.

Anantara The Marker Dublin

Address:

Grand Canal Square, Docklands,2

Price:

$255-1324/night

On Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock, Anantara The Marker is a landmark building that has become an integral part of the Dublin skyline. With 187 guest rooms, the hotel has every conceivable amenity, including a luxurious spa with infinity pool, a hot tub, sauna, and a gym. Guestrooms are contemporary with marble bathrooms and premium rooms boast floor-to-ceiling windows with views overlooking the water and the square below.
The restaurant, Forbes Street by Gareth Mullins (a local celebrity chef), is excellent, serving the best of modern Irish cuisine with a focus on Irish steak and seafood, with an extensive wine list, too. After dinner, The Rooftop Bar and Terrace, is THE place to be seen and an idyllic spot for cocktails, with panoramic views of the mountains and the sea which is mesmerizing after dark.
The proximity to nearby The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre makes it the perfect pit stop for theatregoers.

4.

Number 31

Address:

31 Leeson Close

Price:

$137-594/night

Number 31 is another unique Dublin hotel, with a vibrant and storied past. Tucked away in a narrow lane in the center of the city, Number 31 is something of a dichotomy, a unique combination of a modernist mews building at the back and an imposing Georgian townhouse to the front.
Don’t skip the sunken “conversation pit,” complete with a fireplace, in the reception area – the perfect place to enjoy a drink from the Honesty Bar before a night on the town. Guest rooms range from classic Georgian in style to the more modernist rooms in the mews building. All are stylishly decorated with quality linens, mod cons, and garden or city views.
Speaking of gardens, Number 31 also boasts a stunning town garden that links the two buildings, ideal for whiling away an afternoon; that is, if you can tear yourself away from the eclectic collection of stunning art.

5.

Intercontinental Dublin, An IHG Hotel

Address:

Simmonscourt Road Ballsbridge : Dublin 4

Price:

$303-3719/night

A five-star urban resort, InterContinental Dublin is a lesson in luxury. On 2 acres of pristine gardens, the ‘InterCon’ as it’s known, is located in the upscale neighborhood of Ballsbridge, minutes from the city center. The hotel has an impressive array of luxurious amenities including an indoor pool, a serene spa, and a fitness suite that would tempt even the most exercise-averse.
During the warmer months, the Garden Terrace is the perfect place for lunch or drinks, and in winter, don’t miss the hot chocolate which is outstanding while whiskey enthusiasts will enjoy The Whiskey Bar with its impressive range of Irish blends. As expected, guest rooms are luxurious with mini bars, coffee machines, marble bathrooms, and the snuggest robes I have ever encountered.
King rooms come with balconies and if money is no object, The James Joyce Suite (who lived nearby) is big enough to set up home in.

6.

The Wilder

Address:

22 Adelaide Road

Price:

$161-716/night