Jul 28, 2019 - Jul 29, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to stay in Dublin
Dublin is as popular with overseas tourists looking to start their holiday in Ireland as it is with visitors from closer afield wishing to enjoy a weekend break in one of Europe’s most colorful capitals.
A wonderfully diverse country, Ireland is epitomized by its capital – a heady mix of culture and ‘craic’ – which is compact but far from lacking when it comes to things to see and do. With the waters of the River Liffey flowing through its center, Dublin is a beautiful city boasting museums, galleries, gardens, nightlife and, of course, is home to the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction.
There are plenty of options for getting around Dublin. The bus network is extensive, while a coastal train line can take you further out the city if exploring the environs is on the agenda although you could consider renting a car in Dublin. There is also a light rail system, taxis, car hire and a popular bike hire scheme, while the city’s popular public transport integrated ticket – the Leap Card – offers discounts across rail and bus networks.
Dublin City Center Hotels
The refurbished five-star Westbury Hotel is a true luxury hotel in the heart of the city. Stylish with elegant appointments and friendly service, the hotel has everything on its doorstep including Dublin’s famous Grafton Street just a few steps away. The hotel is also within walking distance of the Temple Bar nightlife area and guests shouldn't miss the chance of grabbing a quick selfie with the statue of legendary Thin Lizzy rock star Phil Lynott, which is located on the street just outside the hotel.
The Hotel St George is three-star hotel located in the center of the city and offers bright and welcoming rooms with complimentary breakfast and a TV lounge. Guests are just ten meters from the nearest bus stop, while Connolly Station is within one kilometer. The hotel is also near attractions such as the James Joyce Cultural Center and the always-busy Temple Bar with its clubs, bars and restaurants close to the River Liffey.
3. Lyndon House
If something more affordable is required then the 19th century townhouse that is home to the Lyndon House is perfect for location and amenities with free Wi-Fi, easy public transport access and a five-minute stroll from O’Connell Street all being plus points for this basic yet homely option. Temple Bar, Grafton Street, Dublin Castle and St Stephen’s Green are also all within walking distance of this two-star hotel.
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Dublin’s city centre is nice. You can find cheap flights to Dublin but hotels are ridiculously expensive. Spending a lot a money just to see the city centre, is not worth it. I would rather somewhere where packages are affordable.
I absolutely loved staying in Dublin during my travels. It’s a beautiful city rich in culture, great food, and friendly people.
Letting the live music of Dublin carry you away and enjoying a historically tasty tour of the Guinness factory.
Kilmainham Gaol, whiskey tasting at the Irish whiskey museum and of course, Guinness storehouse! All the people we met were super friendly and welcoming. The tour guides at each place I mentioned above were awesome, you could tell they were really passionate about their subject! Definitely will be visiting Dublin again!