Hotels in Dublin

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Things to do in Dublin

Dublin Castle
Croke Park
St. Patrick's Cathedral

How much are hotels near Dublin Castle?

Hotels near Dublin Castle are typically 45% less expensive than the average hotel in Dublin, which is £100.

Hotels near Dublin Castle

How much are hotels near Croke Park?

Hotels near Croke Park are typically 49% less expensive than the average hotel in Dublin, which is £100.

Hotels near Croke Park

How much are hotels near St. Patrick's Cathedral?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Dublin that is closest to St. Patrick's Cathedral. The average price near St. Patrick's Cathedral is £62/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near St. Patrick's Cathedral are typically 38% less expensive than the average hotel in Dublin, which is £100.

Hotels near St. Patrick's Cathedral

Popular neighbourhoods in Dublin

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When to book a hotel in Dublin

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The cheapest time to book hotels in Dublin is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
£51 - £69
3 star
£92 - £110
4-5 star
£126 - £135

Dublin travel tips

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Which neighbourhoods in Dublin should I stay in if I want access to public transport?

The public transport system in Dublin is never a problem. The entire city is well served by the Dublin City Luas tram services and the Dublin bus service. The busier commuter areas are on the Dublin Area Rapid Transit system. All of this means that you can book virtually anywhere in the city and have access to public transport, but if you’re going to be especially reliant on it to get around the city, then Dublin hotels near Heuston Station or the central Connolly Train Station will be the best ones to choose. To be really close to Connolly Station, you can stay at Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House.

How much does a hotel in Dublin cost per night?

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2 stars or below
Ibis Dublin
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Isaacs Hostel
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Jacobs Inn - Hostel
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3 stars
Sheldon Park Hotel & Leisure Club
No. 1 most popular

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Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport
No. 2 most popular

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Travelodge Stephen's Green
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4 stars and up
The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel
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Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
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The Dawson Hotel
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Hostels and cheap hotels in Dublin

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Where to stay in Dublin

What neighbourhood in Dublin should I stay in based on why I’m travelling?

Dublin attracts many types of tourists, from backpackers to business executives. If you’re on a budget holiday in the city, there are many cheap hotels in Dublin that will suit your pocket nicely. The Marilyn Mansion not only has a cool name, it’s also a very affordable and comfortable place to stay. For families on holiday we can recommend Charleville Lodge Hotel. If you’re visiting the city on a business trip, choose a centrally located hotel like The Morgan Hotel or the Moxy Dublin City, both of which are in the commercial centre of Dublin.

Learn about attractions and sights in Dublin

What are the most popular attractions in Dublin?

Dublin is a relatively old city with many historical landmarks. Top of the list is Trinity College and College Green, founded in 1592, and the oldest university in Ireland. A short way to the south of this is Grafton Street, which is the main shopping precinct and also where you’ll find famous Bewley’s Oriental Café, which has been open since 1927. This is also where you’ll encounter Dublin’s world-renowned street buskers. Stroll to the top end of the street and you’ll get to the entrance of St. Stephen’s Green, which is a landmark known as Fusilier’s Arch. For hotels in Dublin in this part of the city you can book through momondo at The Westbury Hotel.

Which neighbourhoods in Dublin have a large selection of bars and restaurants?

Given Ireland’s reputation for the love of a tipple, you won’t have to look very far to find a good pub in Dublin. There are also many very good restaurants, serving a cosmopolitan variety of food, as well as some that specialise in traditional Irish cuisine. The neighbourhood just to the south of the River Liffey that flows through the city close to Smithfield is the best place to find the most restaurants. If you want to stay in a hotel in this area, the Harding Hotel or The Fleet both make particularly good choices.

What popular events take place in Dublin?

St. Patrick’s Day is the most well-known and most important Irish festival and if you’re in Dublin in March you won’t be able to move for the festivities. The Dublin Irish Festival in August is arguably even more significant to the city’s inhabitants. It’s a three-day celebration of all facets of Irish Culture, with lots of live music, Celtic and Gaelic games, cultural experiences and lots of shopping. It takes place all across the city, so you can book hotels in Dublin almost anywhere, but a lot of the action occurs in the central district where the pubs and bars are. Cassidys Hotel will make a good place to book in this neighbourhood.

Dublin travel information

When is the best time to book a hotel in Dublin?

Room prices for hotels in Dublin can be as much as 19% lower in the month of January. So this is a great time to book and save money.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Dublin?

Sunday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Dublin. The highest price tends to be on Friday.

How much does a hotel cost in Dublin?

The price of a hotel in Dublin depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around £90 per night.

Based on the weather in Dublin, what attractions are popular during January?

With an average temperature of 5 °C and expected precipitation of 63 mm, January is a great month to explore the outdoors near Dublin.

How much does a hostel in Dublin cost?

Per person, per night, a hostel in Dublin (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at £62, on average. This price is £28 cheaper than your average Dublin hotel.

Where should I stay in Dublin?

When visiting Dublin, people tend to book hotels in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green, Churchtown - Dundrum, Ballsbridge and North Inner City.

How long do people stay in Dublin?

Visiting Dublin for 2 nights is the most common choice for our users.