Dublin has been Ireland's capital since Medieval times and is home to some of the oldest pubs in the world. Today the city attracts over 7 million visitors a year so demand for accommodation is high as attractions like the Guinness Store House and Trinity College continue to be huge draws. reviews of all these Dublin hotels can be found on the booking pages. The city's Temple Bar area is host to some of the most the fashionable boutiques and cafes in Europe. Find a hotel or guest house in Dublin City Centre suitable for visiting Trinity College, Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum and the Castle.
Christchurch Place Dublin City Centre
The Christchurch hotel sits at the heart of the citys Viking and Medieval quarter opposite Christchurch Cathedral. The Dublinia and Viking World history exhibition is just around the corner, making this 182-bedroom budget property ideal for rifling through Dublin extraordinary past and kicking out the jams in the more trendy Temple Bar area. Perks at the hotel include a 24-hour reception desk and an Il Barista Coffee Bar which serves early morning breakfast and a great range of snacks, pas ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Jurys Inn||0.2||Dublin City Centre||182||119.00|
|Arlington Hotel||0.1||Temple Bar||63||42.50|
|Mespil Hotel||1.1||St Stephen's Green||255||38.74|
|Hotel St George||1||Parnell Street||54||54.51|
|Jurys Inn Custom House||0.9||Dublin||239||45.01|
|Cassidys Hotel||0.7||Gate Theatre||113||22.76|
|Spencer Hotel||1.1||02 Arena||160||55.41|
|Paramount Hotel||0||Dublin City Centre||64||61.00|
|Jurys Inn Parnell Street||0.4||Dublin||253||78.21|
|Sandymount Hotel||2||Aviva Stadium||180||37.39|
|Camden Court Hotel||0.7||Dublin City Centre||246||79.00|
|Shelbourne||0.6||St. Stephen's Green||265||160.00|
|Beresford Hotel||0.8||Temple Bar||89||39.02|
|Westbury Hotel||0.4||Dublin City Centre||204||140.62|
|Belvedere Hotel||0.7||Parnell Square||462||30.78|
|Pembroke Town House||1.5||Ballsbridge||48||55.41|
Dublin sits at the mouth of the River Liffey and bags some 3 million international visitors every year. This in part due to Ireland's rich literary heritage, visitors eager to source the spirit that gave us Irish classic James Joyce's 'Ulysses' and Sean O Casey's 'Juno and the Paycock'. There's no shortage of attractions to visit. Trinity College was founded in 1592 and is Ireland's oldest and most prestigious college, dating all the way back to 800 AD. The 19th century jail at the Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum, the six-storey Guinness Storehouse and Museum and the well-preserved 13th-century Dublin Castle.
Those looking for a little lively Irish banter, fine restaurants and fine pubs should really be looking for a selection of reasonable prices which are currently available in Dublin's Temple Bar district (the district sits on the south bank of the River Liffey). Getting around Dublin is fairly simple. Hotel guests can jump on the coastal train the locals call, the dart, theres an extensive range of buses from Upper O' Connell Street and theres the LUAS tram system. Like any major city, hotel parking in Dublin can be a problem but theres ample space provided at Drury Street, Setanta Place and Jervis Street.
The best value for money can be found at hotels outside the city centre. The Sandymount Hotel has rooms from £130.00 or so and located with a few minutes drive of the Aviva Stadium in the Sandymount area. The hotel enjoys some terrific views over its beautiful gardens and the restaurant is a splendid setting for private celebrations and corporate events. The city centre is just ten minutes drive.
The Paramount Hotel in Essex Gate is considerably more central and is just 500 yards from Dublin Castle. This is a boutique hotel with a 1930s theme, free Wi-Fi, a bar and nightclub. The design features mosaics and Spanish-style architecture and guests can enjoy a bar menu and drinks at The Turks Head bar. There are 64 guest rooms with twin, family, deluxe and single types all available.
The Arlington Hotel is one of Dublin's top budget hotels. This three-star city centre hotel has been hand picked by Room4U. Situated opposite Dublin Castle and handy for Grafton Street, Trinity College, the O2 and Croke Park, the Arlington Hotel comes highly recommended by visitors looking for cheap, quality accommodation with a dose of Irish character. Dublinís heart and soul clearly resides in the cityís fashionable Temple Bar district, an eclectic jumble of curiosity shops, nightspots and pubs that run along ancient cobbled streets on the south bank of the River Liffey. The Citys Airport can be found twenty minutes north of the city centre in Collinstown and is the headquarters of Europes largest low-cost carrier, Ryanair. To find out more about the facilities and services on offer visit the airports official website. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, other Dublin hotels and cheap B&B breaks will be suggested.