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Dublin City Centre hotels

Dublin City Centre hotels

Make the most of every minute with a city centre hotel

fr £42per room
Castle Hotel3 starExcellent, 88%£107 fr £57
Jurys Christchurch3 starSuperb, 91%£154 fr £102
Arlington Temple Bar3 starExcellent, 86%£272 fr £64
The Clarence4 starExcellent, 88%£265 fr £93
Temple Bar hotels

Temple Bar hotels

Heart of Dublin's music scene, pubs and good craic!

fr £53per room
Temple Bar Hotel3 starExcellent, 85%£150 fr £94
Arlington O`Connell3 starExcellent, 88%£257 fr £53
Latchfords3 starSuperb, 90%£46 fr £86
Stephens Green Hotel4 starSuperb, 92%£287 fr £86

Featured hotels in Dublin

Castle Hotel

Castle Hotel

fr £57per room

Gardiner Row, Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1, Dublin, Dublin 1

Customer Score, 109 reviews: Excellent, 88%

"enjoyable stay" (24/1/2015)

The Castle Hotel is a beautifully restored Georgian property situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre. More info

Tara Towers Hotel

Tara Towers Hotel

fr £72per room

Merrion Road, Dublin 4, Dublin, Dublin 4

Customer Score, 16 reviews: Very Good, 81%

"Great Value and very clean" (10/11/2014)

The Tara Towers Hotel is located in Blackrock near Ballsbridge just 3km or a 10 minute drive from Dublin city centre. More info

Jurys Christchurch

Jurys Christchurch

fr £102per room

Christchurch Place, Dublin 8, Dublin, Dublin 8

Customer Score, 97 reviews: Superb, 91%

"Superb hotel in a great location" (3/4/2015)

The 3 star Jurys Inn Christchurch Hotel offers a superb central location, directly opposite the historical Christchurch. More info

Arlington Temple Bar

Arlington Temple Bar

fr £64per room

Lord Edward Street, Dublin 2, Dublin, Dublin 2

Customer Score, 161 reviews: Excellent, 86%

"Superb service, excellent location " (2/11/2014)

The Arlington Hotel Temple Bar is situated opposite historic Dublin Castle in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Tem More info

Royal Hotel Bray

Royal Hotel Bray

fr £42per room

Main Street, Bray, Dublin, South County

Customer Score, 66 reviews: Very Good, 83%

"Best break ever! Fab place to stay!" (10/11/2014)

The fabulous Royal Hotel is located 10 miles from Dublin centre which is only 30 minutes away via the Dart rail system. More info

The Clarence

The Clarence

fr £93per room

6-8 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Dublin 2

Customer Score, 161 reviews: Excellent, 88%

"Great hotel, amazing views and location...." (10/4/2015)

The Clarence Hotel located in Dublin`s Temple Bar district was originally built in 1852. More info

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Why Dublin?


The Irish capital, Dublin is famed around the world for its warm locals, party spirit, and their passion for rugby. Since the advent of low cost airlines, Dublin has been more open to the world than ever, and people flock to the city for city breaks and to enjoy the all-round culture that Dublin has to offer. Situated on the east coast of Ireland, Dublin was founded by Vikings in the ninth century, and has long been the country's principal city. Split in half by the River Liffey, the Irish capital is a firm favourite among holidaymakers from all over the world. There's plenty to keep you occupied during a stay in the city; see below for a mere handful of the highlights:

Guinness Storehouse

For many people, a trip to Dublin is synonymous with drinking. Undeniably one of Ireland's most famous exports, there's no escaping from Guinness in the Irish capital, so give in and head to the Guinness Storehouse. You can enjoy a complimentary pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar, in a building that houses over two centuries of history.

Old Jameson Distillery

If whiskey is more your thing, head on over to the Old Jameson's Distillery near Church Street, where you can learn all about the history of Irish whiskey, as well as seeing how it's made, and possibly partaking in a cheeky libation or two. You can even add another string to your bow and become a 'Qualified Irish Whiskey Taster'. Why not make it official?

Saint Patrick's Cathedral

Take a bus south of the centre of Dublin towards Patrick Street and marvel at Saint Patrick's Cathedral's 43 metre spire. You might associate Saint Patrick with revellers and parades awash in the colour green, but Ireland's patron saint isn't called a saint for nothing. An important religious figure in Irish Christianity, Saint Patrick lends his name to this impressive cathedral, founded in 1191. The cathedral is the only one in Ireland that holds two services each day, underlining how important it is to the local community.

Dublin Writer's Museum

Dublin has nurtured many a literary genius, and this museum, located in a truly splendid eighteenth century mansion, gives you the opportunity to walk among some of Irish literature's greatest minds. Ireland has spawned an impressive four recipients of the Nobel Prize for literature, and you can delve deeper into the likes of James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw.

Kilmainham Gaol

This forbidding prison was home to some of the most notorious figures of Ireland's many rebellions against British rule, and if you visit today, you can sense what it was like to be confined within the imposing walls. Kilmainham remained open until 1924, and today it stands testament to Ireland's tumultuous past.

Dublin City Hall

If you're stuck for time in Dublin, then a visit to Dublin City Hall is well worth it. A guided tour of the splendid Georgian building takes just under an hour and offers a compact look into the Irish capital's history. Built between 1769 and 1779 by Thomas Cooley it is a classic example of 18th century neoclassical architecture with the style principally derived from classical Greece and Rome. Be sure to check out the magnificent detailing that adorns the rotunda.

Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship Museum

One of the darkest moments in Ireland's history, the Irish Potato Famine saw the nation's population deplete rapidly as people piled onto ships and left the country. Dubbed 'famine ships', the Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship Museum situated on the River Liffey allows you to get a glimpse into what life was like on one of these boats that plied the route to America, across the Atlantic, from 1847 to 1855.

Christmas in Dublin


Dublin is a great place to visit over the Christmas period. From the Christmas Wonderland in Ballsbridge featuring an outdoor ice rink to the fabulous shops of Grafton Street, a festive break at a Dublin hotel is a great way to get in the festive spirit.


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