Hotels in Dublin

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With Dublin experiencing an increasing surge of visitors, hotel beds are at something of a premium—so be sure to book far in advance, particularly if... Read More

With Dublin experiencing an increasing surge of visitors, hotel beds are at something of a premium—so be sure to book far in advance, particularly if your stay falls over a weekend. The opening of a few new additions to the hotel scene means there’s finally a bit of variety to the rooms on offer, pleasing both the traditionalists looking for a Georgian town house and those who want something a little more funky.

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  • Cliff Townhouse

    More of a restaurant with rooms than a hotel, Cliff Townhouse is set within a striking Georgian building right on Stephen’s Green. Period features... Read More

  • Conrad Dublin

    Following an $8.5 million refurbishment, the Conrad Dublin has emerged as one of the sleekest hotels in the city. The National Concert Hall is across... Read More

  • Dean Dublin

    One of the newest hotels on the scene, The Dean is a modern boutique hotel with a gritty edge (door hangers read “Feck Off” as opposed to “Do Not... Read More

  • Dylan Hotel Dublin

    On a peaceful cul-de-sac on the edge of the swanky Ballsbridge area, The Dylan is a design-focused boutique hotel, set in a charming old building.... Read More

  • Kellys Hotel

    One of the superior budget offerings in the city, Kelly’s Hotel is in a red-brick building on the ever-popular South Great George’s Street. While the... Read More

  • Marker Hotel

    With a location in the heart of Dublin’s Silicon Docks, The Marker is a magnet for tech moguls. The exterior has high-tech aesthetics, with a geometric... Read More

  • Number 31

    An ivy-clad front door on a quiet side street marks a subtle entrance to a seriously impressive hotel. Accommodations are split between a classic... Read More

  • The Merrion

    Occupying a cluster of four stately Georgian houses, The Merrion embodies the classical glamour of the 18th century, with a subtly modern twist. There... Read More

  • The Shelbourne Dublin, a Renaissance Hotel

    The Shelbourne, Dublin’s most famous historic hotel, is where Ireland’s founding fathers first drafted the country’s constitution in 1922. These days,... Read More

  • The Westbury

    The Westbury is blessed with one of the best locations in Dublin, with Grafton Street on one side and the Creative Quarter on the other. And the hotel... Read More

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