Maldron Hotel Parnell SquareParnell Square West, Dublin 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in Dublin's city centre, 100 metres from the Dublin Writers Museum and a short walk away from the bustling shops of O'Connell Street. Henry Street, Temple ...
Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell StreetMoore Street Plaza, Dublin 3.0 out of 5.0
Within a 5-minute walk of Henry Street shops and the James Joyce Centre, Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street is less than 1 km (0.6 mi) from Temple Bar, Abbey Theatre, ...
Best Western Plus Academy Plaza Hotel10-14 Findlater Place, Dublin 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in the center of historic Dublin, just off O'Connell Street, this modern seven-story hotel is a short walk from the Writers' Museum and the lively nightlife ...
The Parliament Hotel formerly the Arlington Hotel Temple Bar16 - 18 Lord Edward Street, Dublin 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated opposite Dublin Castle and City Hall, this historic hotel is a two-minute walk from the cafés and nightspots of lively Temple Bar and 10 minutes from ...
Cheap hotels Dublin, a divine destination
It’s a world-class city with the charm of a small town. Dublin has a fascinating history, plenty of things for people of all tastes, and enough unique sites to keep you occupied for weeks. Study wild deer in Phoenix Park, marvel at ancient Dublin Castle, or get giddy in the Temple Bar area at night. And you won’t worry about prices: even in the city centre, deals for €50-60 await you in Dublin hotels. The Baggot Street area is full of bargains, or for slightly more upscale hotels, try the area around Grafton Street. Find a good room in any sector for well under €100, or pick a hostel or guesthouse for ultra-low prices. Spring (May) and early autumn (September) are the best times to book hotels in Dublin, and ebookers makes it surprisingly simple.
Dublin’s quarters electrify and energise
The best way to see this beautiful place is to walk or rent a public bicycle (first half-hour is free). The city bus is cheap from hotels in Dublin, while rapid transit is a little more expensive. Head right to the Medieval Quarter to admire the castle and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, both eight centuries old and proud of it. Imagine yourself a Viking servant in the interactive Dublinia, where you become a historical actor. The Georgian Quarter isn’t quite so old, but it also boasts elegant architecture and ravishing restaurants. And of course, you can’t miss the Cultural Quarter, where you’ll weave through buskers as you tread the cobblestones outside the finest Irish pubs and live music halls. This is the place for traditional Irish food too. The city has all kinds of cuisine from Continental to Asian, much of which is very affordable. Annual events you should experience include the international film festival (late February), the fringe festival (September), and some kind of saint’s day in March – you may be familiar with it!
Dublin hotels make your holiday carefree
Figure out where you want to spend most of your time and then book a room in that quarter or close to it. Hotels in Dublin won’t empty your purse, and the service comes with that special Irish smile. Plan with ebookers and you’ll be grinning too!
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