One of the best hotels in Dublin, this hotel offers great value for money, as every need for each guest is catered for in a quite simply stunning environment. (NN/07/08)
Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge Dublin
Nestled beautifully on landscaped gardens, this iconic Victorian building exudes traditional design and contemporary elegance throughout. One of the finest 4 star hotels in the heart of Ballsbridge Dublin 4, this hotel is ideally located beside the RDS and within walking distance of Dublin city centre. (GW 09/2016)
Russell Court Dublin
Ideally placed for all tourist attractions. The hotel has two nightclubs: Dublin?s hottest new nightclub "Krystle", for the younger age group, and "Bojangles", for the 30-somethings. Both are located in the basement of the hotel. This hotel is ideal for anyone looking to sample Dublin's finest hospitality. A great place for a party or celebration. It is not suitable for anyone looking for a quiet break, especially on the weekends. (GW 07/2015)
The Glen Guesthouse Dublin
The Glen is an affordable, family owned Guest House located in the heart of Dublin City centre providing tastefully decorated B&B accommodation. For those on a budget, it really does offer tourists the perfect base from which to explore and discover the great city of Dublin whilst staying in a tradtional, homely, cosy Irish haven. (GW 02/2012)
Brooks Hotel Dublin
A superb and highly recommended property, Brooks Hotel is a unique four star boutique hotel located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, just a 2 minute walk from Grafton Street and St. Stephen?s Green. It oozes charm and personality with a warm and cosy atmosphere. (GW 04/2014)
The Merrion Hotel Dublin
The Merrion, Dublin's most stylish 5 star hotel is situated opposite Government Buildings in the city centre. Created from four Georgian Townhouses and a contemporary Garden Wing, the 143 bedrooms and suites are arranged around two 18th century style gardens. Stunningly restored interiors provide the perfect backdrop for one of Ireland's more impressive private art collections.
Arlington (ia) Dublin
A traditional-style hotel with a superb location. The bar can be very lively and stays open late. (10/08NN)
The Gibson (ia) Dublin 1
Being one of the newest additions in recent years, The Gibson hotel is modern yet comfortable, it's striking but secure, it's different and it's better, it's large, it's friendly and it's a building that is alive with great people from the moment you set foot until the moment you leave.
Cut the price and increase the fun
The Irish aren’t the only friendly folk in Dublin and if you stay at a hostel when you visit, you’ll meet a lot of fellow travellers who might become lifelong friends. Along with saving you money, hostels provide a great social atmosphere thanks to the communal bars, shared rooms and in-house activities. Dublin’s got some of the best hostels for both lively atmosphere and quality of living.
When you stay at a hostel you don’t have to stay outside the city. The Generator, Isaacs, and Dublin International Youth hostels all have perfect locations for sightseeing, public transport and enjoying the nightlife.
Dublin delivers everything you could want in a family holiday, from exciting activities to educational attractions. Spend your days visiting the city’s unique attractions and taking part in the fun. Attend pottery classes at the Artworks Cafe, get hands-on with chocolate at Butlers Chocolate Experience and brave the vampires at Castle Dracula.
Of course, for any family trip to be a success there must be some quality accommodation to stay in. The five-star Merrion Hotel keeps everyone comfortable and entertained with spacious rooms and an infinity swimming pool. For great-value accommodation, stay at The Plaza Hotel close to shops, cinemas and sporting arenas.
Classic Irish nightlife
Everyone’s heard about the rambunctious party lifestyle of the Irish, which typically steers away from stuffy nightclubs and focuses on live music at venues with a fun atmosphere. You won’t need to look far for a friend in areas such as Temple Bar, Dublin’s historic live music and bar district.
There are plenty of hotels in Temple Bar that keep you close to all the festivities and ensure you don’t need to walk too far for a place to rest your head when the sun’s starting to rise. The Central Hotel, Mercantile Hotel, Dublin Citi Hotel and Riverhouse Hotel are all located in Temple Bar and ensure you wake up in a comfortable bed.