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Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin, hotel in Dublin

Situated in the heart of Dublin city centre in a historic building, The Gresham Hotel benefits from its own restaurant 'Toddy's', and a bar.

8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
23,843 reviews
Price from£144.37per night
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane, hotel in Dublin

Next to the river, this 4-star hotel overlooks the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Guests can enjoy its spacious rooms, 22-metre swimming pool, and health club, just 10 minutes’ walk from the 3 Arena.

7.7
Scored 7.7
Good
Rated good
10,179 reviews
Price from£181.79per night
Marlin Hotel Stephens Green, hotel in Dublin

Marlin Hotel Dublin is in a prime location in the centre of Dublin, 400 metres from Dublin Castle. 600 metres from St. Stephen's Green, the hotel offers a fitness centre and a bar.

8.2
Scored 8.2
Very good
Rated very good
11,164 reviews
Price from£164.53per night
Camden Court Hotel, hotel in Dublin

Camden Court Hotel is just 500 metres from Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green. It boasts a leisure centre with a pool and hot tub, sauna and steam room. .

8.6
Scored 8.6
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
6,458 reviews
Price from£206.21per night
Beresford Hotel, hotel in Dublin

Beresford Hotel is located in Dublin's city centre, just 10 minutes’ walk from the Temple Bar area. It offers free Wi-Fi and an award-winning restaurant and bar.

7.5
Scored 7.5
Good
Rated good
10,398 reviews
Price from£127.29per night
Bonnington Hotel & Leisure Centre, hotel in Dublin

With an indoor swimming pool and hot tub bath, Bonnington Dublin is less than 10 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport. Its rooms include plasma-screen TVs. Free WiFi is available in all rooms.

7.5
Scored 7.5
Good
Rated good
5,080 reviews
Price from£172.99per night
Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge, hotel in Dublin

Boasting spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms, Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge is a beautifully restored 19th-century Masonic orphan’s school with landscaped gardens.

7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
5,836 reviews
Price from£161.46per night
The Mayson, hotel in Dublin

Attractively set in Dublin, The Mayson features air-conditioned rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi and a fitness centre. This 4-star hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk.

8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
4,084 reviews
Price from£152.91per night
Maldron Hotel Parnell Square, hotel in Dublin

Maldron Hotel Parnell Square is located in central Dublin and a 2-minute walk from the popular O'Connell Street and just 14 minutes' walk from the lively Temple Bar district.

8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
9,318 reviews
Price from£172.30per night
Herbert Park Hotel and Park Residence, hotel in Dublin

Overlooking the 48-acre Herbert Park in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, this hotel is located 100 metres from the RDS and 5 minutes’ walk from the Aviva Stadium.

8.6
Scored 8.6
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
4,833 reviews
Price from£198.83per night
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Dublin's best hotels with breakfast

  • Hampton By Hilton Dublin City Centre
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 6,295 reviews

    Ideally set in Dublin, Hampton By Hilton Dublin City Centre features air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a shared lounge. This 3-star hotel offers a bar.

    Near public transport and not a long walk to shops

  • The Samuel Hotel
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 9,203 reviews

    Conveniently located in Dublin, The Samuel Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a restaurant. This 4-star hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk.

    The breakfast was lovely great verity staff very good

  • Point A Hotel Dublin Parnell Street
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 5,667 reviews

    Attractively set in the centre of Dublin, Point A Hotel Dublin Parnell Street features air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a restaurant. This 3-star hotel offers a bar.

    Very close to city Center small but well provisioned studios

  • Hard Rock Hotel Dublin
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 2,973 reviews

    In a prime location in Dublin, Hard Rock Hotel Dublin provides air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk.

    Very clean and beautifully decorated. Great locations

  • Wren Urban Nest
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 7,351 reviews

    Conveniently located in the centre of Dublin, Wren Urban Nest offers air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a restaurant.

    So cool, wonderfully thought out & eco friendly!

  • Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 3,259 reviews

    Conveniently located in Dublin, Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin offers air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a garden. This 4-star hotel offers a shared lounge and room service.

    Breakfast was delicious...so tasty and great choice

  • Marlin Hotel Stephens Green
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 11,168 reviews

    Marlin Hotel Dublin is in a prime location in the centre of Dublin, 400 metres from Dublin Castle. 600 metres from St. Stephen's Green, the hotel offers a fitness centre and a bar.

    Really comfortable and clean.Really quite and great staff

  • Aloft Dublin City
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,129 reviews

    Set 400 metres from St Patrick's Cathedral, Aloft Dublin City is located in Dublin and offers a rooftop bar, restaurant and panoramic views of the city.

    Lovely hotel decor was very funky and food was great.

Budget hotels in Dublin

  • O'Regans
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 113 reviews

    O'Regans is well situated in Dublin, and features a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. This property is set a short distance from attractions such as Gaiety Theatre, St Patrick's Cathedral, and St.

    Staff very friendly. Great location. Room was very nice.

  • Number 59 - Irish Stay Group
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 226 reviews

    Ideally located in the centre of Dublin, Number 59 - Irish Stay Group offers free WiFi throughout the property and a bar.

    Anais at the reception was an angel, So nice and efficient !

  • The Wilder
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 818 reviews

    The Wilder in Dublin provides accommodation with a garden, a terrace and a shared lounge. This 4-star townhouse offers free WiFi. St. Stephen's Green is an 5-minute walk away.

    Beautiful hotel , nice leafy location & very warm staff

  • The Merrion Hotel
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 833 reviews

    Italian marble bathrooms, a restaurant with 2 Michelin stars, and an infinity pool are offered at this award-winning 5-star hotel.

    Stunning Georgian hotel. Beautifully decorated, faultless

  • The Grafton Hotel
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,852 reviews

    The Grafton Hotel features a bar and a terrace. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property.

    Great location, huge room, comfy bed, really clean.

  • Moxy Dublin City
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 2,652 reviews

    Ideally set in the centre of Dublin, Moxy Dublin City features air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a business centre.

    Everything was modern, easy to access & brilliant staff

  • The Draper Rooms
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 1,052 reviews

    The Draper Rooms is attractively located in the centre of Dublin, and features a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar.

    Clean with everything to hand. Great value for money.

  • Maldron Hotel Kevin Street
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 6,717 reviews

    Well located in the heart of Dublin, Maldron Hotel Kevin Street provides buffet breakfast and free WiFi.

    The view from our room was amazing, perfect location too.

Hotels located in the centre of Dublin

  • The Leinster
    10.0
    Scored 10.0
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 2 reviews

    Ideally located in the centre of Dublin, The Leinster offers air-conditioned rooms, a terrace, free WiFi and a restaurant.

  • Anantara The Marker Dublin- A Leading Hotel of the World
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 3,076 reviews

    Situated on Grand Canal Square in the heart of Dublin’s business and cultural quarter, The Marker features a ground-floor cocktail bar & brasserie, free WiFi and a spa with 5 treatment rooms and a...

    Lovely staff Clean Beautiful room Comfortable Great breakfast

  • Hotel 7
    Central location
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 4,282 reviews

    Featuring a restaurant and bar, Hotel 7 offers accommodation in Dublin, 700 metres from Croke Park Stadium and a 16-minute walk from Temple Bar. Free WiFi is available at the property.

    Excellent hotel and staff were 1st class thank you.

  • The Mont
    Central location
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,435 reviews

    The Mont is a 4-star hotel located in Dublin city centre. The property is located less than 1 km from Grafton Street and 700 metres from Trinity College. Free high-speed WiFi is provided.

    Everything from comfort, quality & excellence from staff

  • Mespil Hotel
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 3,217 reviews

    The 4* Mespil Hotel is located in the city centre alongside the Grand Canal & within walking distance to St. Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street, Aviva Stadium and the Ballsbridge area.

    Great location, comfortable rooms, great breakfast.

  • Dylan
    Central location
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 81 reviews

    Stunning, chic décor and spacious rooms with Italian marble bathrooms are offered at this 5-star boutique hotel. Dylan is located just a 10-minute walk from the RDS and the Aviva Stadium.

    Staff very friendly, great location, food was lovely

  • The Morrison Dublin, Curio Collection by Hilton
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,705 reviews

    The Morrison Dublin, Curio Collection by Hilton features a new bar restaurant and an easy access to Dublin city centre.

    Heart of Dublin with comfy rooms and friendly staff

  • Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 2,724 reviews

    Set beside St Patrick's Cathedral the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin is just a 5-minute walk from Dublin Castle.

    Great location, staff friendly. Very good breakfast

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Great History, Greenery and Pubs

Dublin is home to more than a quarter of the entire Republic of Ireland’s population and was originally founded as a Viking settlement. A lot has changed from those Viking days, and Dublin is now famous for its literary history and the most green-spaces of any other European capital, making Dublin a real Irish gem.

Dublin Castle is at the heart of the city's history and Trinity College holds the renowned Book of Kells, a beautifully illustrated manuscript from circa 800 AD. The Ha’penny Bridge is the city’s most photographed landmark and the statue of Molly Malone celebrates the heroine of Dublin’s unofficial anthem.

Dublin is home to many important literary figures including Oscar Wilde, William Yeats, Samuel Beckett and George Bernard Shaw. As the famous location of James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, the city offers tours tracing the protagonist’s footsteps.

Being one of the most youthful European cities, Dublin has a vibrant nightlife scene with the popular Temple Bar area and plenty of bars and pubs, which invite you to stay out until the wee hours of the morning.

The Dublin Airport is the gateway to your Irish holiday, so whether you’re looking for a stylish hotel, a self-catering apartment or a trendy hostel, Booking.com has a perfect deal for your Dublin trip.

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What guests said about Dublin:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    All the tours were wonderful. The drivers were excellent.

    All the tours were wonderful. The drivers were excellent. They talked and explained all about the tour all about the castles that we went to visit. It was exciting. We went to the cliffs of moher and some of the Harry Potter movies were made there plus others, and some of the castles movies were made. There also so all in all our trips or rather tours were excellent and we were able to sample? some of their famous beer came with trip when we toured the Guinness beer company it was wonderful the city was clean the people were kind and helpful and shopping was terrific whatever you wanted to eat, they had it many different cultures there we went to a Celtic dinner show that was wonderful also We learn to use the bus, walked home late at night and it was secure and we also used taxis and Uber and they were not expensive so getting around was great
    A
    Anonymous
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    It was certainly not an iconic city.

    It was certainly not an iconic city. The only reason we went there was to visit my brother, who moved there four months ago. Nor did we find it a particularly scenic city, though there are some nice parks. We did enjoy the numberous "buskers" (street performers) who were plentiful. We had some excellent dining, as the sea food is excellent. The "Sole" restaurant was great. The people were delightful wherever we went and seem to love Americans and our president, Joe Biden, as he is of Irish ancestry. Be sure to visit the Famine Exhibition to learn of the horrors of those seven years and of the inredible cruelty visited on the Irish during those famine years as well as the centuries of oppression and brutality foisted on the Irish. The saying goes, "God caused the blight, the English caused the famine." Go to nearby Howth, only a 25 minute train ride north of Dublin (costs 5 euros). A scenic fishing town, with beach, sea wall, excellent sea food restaurants and a busy working harbor. Guiness on tap is MUCH better than the bottled version in the U.S.
    Steven
    United States
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Dublin was a very nice city to visit.

    Dublin was a very nice city to visit. It's easy to access transportation and get around the city, but have a map when walking as it can get confusing. Everyone is very friendly and there is a lot to see. There are lots of pubs and restaurants and the food is fantastic. For such a busy city, it is relatively quiet and I felt safe. The only odd thing is that there aren't many trash cans, but the street sweepers seem to be very busy. We were there on St Paddy's Day and, even with all the extra people around, it was really nice. I would recommend Ireland in general because it a beautiful country with wonderful friendly people.
    Deena
    United States
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The exciting thing about Dublin, that its educational then...

    The exciting thing about Dublin, that its educational then fun. The stone walls dictate the strong family unit and work ethics that are still strong today.Not to forget the strong understanding of the irish immigrants of yester year. But you aregyaranteed tohave fun inthose beautiful pubs with a creamy pint of Guinness.
    Sonia
    Italy
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Public transport is very easy and convenient for getting...

    Public transport is very easy and convenient for getting around and there is a lot that's walkable. The live music was great - I went to a singer-songwriter night on Wednesday at the Zodiac Sessions (downstairs at Bruxelles). Food at Bruxelles was great too. Some really cool independent shops and the people were really friendly. Yes, it's pricey but so are other capital cities! There is lots to enjoy for less or for free, just needs some research for what you're interested in. Only problem now is that I'm a Guinness convert and need to go back!
    Kayleigh
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Great city with plenty to go and see.

    Great city with plenty to go and see. We went to the comedy club at Kennedys bar near temple bar and this was great. The hop on hop off bus tours are a great way to see what the city has to offer. Many fantastic places to eat. We were spoilt for choice.
    Marc
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Dublin

  • From £170 per night
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 4,278 reviews
    Easy access to other side of river. Your service manager, Gabriel, was a gem. Sharp fellow. I needed a plug in charging unit to accommodate my US devices and where I had previously stayed in SW Ireland, both hotels and supplied same. Gabriel overheard my conversation w one of your desk staff, saw I was mildly annoyed, came up and offered help, to wit: he offered me the use of HIS charger plug in during the duration of my trip. That was gracious and he clearly was a very customer oriented manager. That was extremely appreciated.
    Robert
    United States
  • From £159.02 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 8,341 reviews
    I had established in advance with the hotel that we could leave our bags early, before check in time, but when we arrived our room was ready which was great. The location is great if visiting Dublin city centre - it was just off O'Connell Street and a couple of minutes easy walk to the Abbey Theatre, where we were headed. The staff were lovely, the beds were comfortable, the aircon kept the room at a comfortable temperature, the room was very quiet, and the shower was great. There was a safe in the room.
    ClaireO'Brien
    Ireland
  • From £168.38 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 5,623 reviews
    Great location with nearby tram stop making getting into city centre and other places easy. My room was very comfortable and very clean. The communal area with plenty of seating and a bar is very comfortable. Continental breakfast was great. Easy check in and check out. Always a member of staff on hand to help. All the staff were super friendly and helpful and that made my stay. Next time I need a Dublin hotel, I'll stay here again. A big thanks to Prafull and all the team
    Dougal D
    United Kingdom
  • From £212.71 per night
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 3,013 reviews
    Amazing experience from start to finish. As it was our honeymoon, they upgraded us to the Royal Suite at no extra charge. The suite was simply the best place we've ever stayed. Rainwater shower, huge comfortable 4 poster bed, and our own observatory complete with telescope so we could see all of Dublin. The meals were good and the staff was friendly and accommodating. We loved our stay at Clontarf and we will be back when we visit Ireland again!
    matthewyoung123
    United States
  • From £103.79 per night
    4.4
    Scored 4.4
    Disappointing
    Rated disappointing
     · 33 reviews
    The advertising of this facility was misleading. I would have never paid €325 for a room with a bed, two chairs, no towels and shared toilets and shower. The locks did not work on toilets or bedroom in doors, owner had to work on my bedroom door to make it work properly. Any attempt to find another place was impossible due to France/Ireland Rugby Match that night. THIS IS NOT A HOTEL, it is what I would consider a Hostel, with a private room.
    A
    Anonymous
    United States
  • From £170 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 913 reviews
    Great location - nicely decorated, and well appointed bathrooms. We stayed at the start of our trip to Ireland and at the very end, as Dublin is where we flew in & out of. The higher floors are quieter, simply because no one is above you, but you also climb more stairs. As is stated on their site, there is no lift/elevator. We ate dinner there one night and the food was exceptional! Everything was delicious!
    Cathy Creates
    United States
  • From £243.38 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 2,489 reviews
    I loved this hotel, maybe my favourite hotel in Dublin along with sister hotel The Mayson! The staff were so friendly, and the rooms are fab! The food was so good, and location is perfect for access to everything in Dub City Centre by foot! The heated outdoor pool was my favourite part, also checking out at 12 and being able to use the facilities after check out made ahuge difference to our stay
    Ciara
    Ireland
  • From £161.46 per night
    7.5
    Scored 7.5
    Good
    Rated good
     · 10,403 reviews
    Staff was welcoming and helpful. Breakfast was the best we had on our entire visit in Ireland...We didn't have it the first of our two days's stay--simply tired of restaurant/hotel food. The second day, we decided to enjoy the breakfast, and we were impressed both with the breakfast room (a gem) and the buffet quality. Breakfast sausage and scrambled eggs were the best we had in Ireland!
    Peter
    United States
  • From £199.13 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 10,179 reviews
    Clean modern comfortable hotel, quite corporate focused as opposed to family orientated. We stayed here before going to the Aviva for an Ireland match and found it a convenient location 15 min walk from stadium and about the same to the city Centre. The Luas is close by on Mayor Street which is also a bonus. Good breakfast, with plenty variety, staff helpful and friendly.
    Gary
    Ireland
  • From £204.17 per night
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 3,217 reviews
    The room was lovely, spacious and very clean. The bed was super comfortable. The facilities were excellent, the TV was a good size and nice to have a coffee maker. The location was excellent with shops and cafes around and the city centre within easy reach. The staff were friendly, helpful and accommodating. The price was reasonable for a fairly central hotel in Dublin.
    Sheila
    United Kingdom
  • From £126.15 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 10,604 reviews
    Location , they had everything from toothbrush to energy drinks, as contingencies that you could buy.In Ireland where everything closes down before lunch is digested, it is invaluable. The cafe was excellent as well. Had filter coffee after a while and it was great. Spacious and the prices were super affordable considering it's in the middle of Dublin city.
    Don.P.L. Tharindu Magedara
    Sri Lanka
  • From £165.34 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 6,295 reviews
    New Hotel. Nice decor and comfortable and quiet rooms. Access to tram service is immediately outside of hotel and takes you anywhere in the city easily. Quick access via tram to and from the Heuston train station makes it a great location if you are coming or going to Southern Ireland via train and need a hotel in Dublin.
    Steven
    Canada
  • From £170 per night
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 4,278 reviews
    The hotel is beautiful! All the books about Ireland in the foyer are amazing. The staff were so kind! My son got lots of sweeties from them :) They were very helpful with us too! The location is also ideal; right in the city centre with a direct tram to Heuston and Connolly. There are lots of shops and restaurants around.
    Michael
    Ireland
  • From £268.24 per night
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 2,724 reviews
    Fantastic room, amazing bath and shower, really nice breakfast , staff where so kind and helpful got complementary breakfast the best hotel I've stayed at in Ireland had the junior suite definitely worth the extra money especially for special occasions
    Howes
    Ireland
  • From £184.52 per night
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 6,458 reviews
    Staycity Aparthotels Dublin City Centre was clean and comfortable, the staff were friendly and helpful. We were walking distance to Temple Bar area and other attractions in the city. Bonus was having a on site self serve laundry to do our washing.
    Angela
    Australia
  • From £187.08 per night
    7.8
    Scored 7.8
    Good
    Rated good
     · 5,836 reviews
    It was a really nice Hotel, it wasn't as expensive as others in Dublin. Clean, good size of the room, everything you need. Easy to get into the city centre with the public transport or a taxi. Staff was really helpful and friendly
    Elvy
    United Kingdom
  • From £268.33 per night
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 3,574 reviews
    I expected this to be a low budget hotel. But it was honestly one of my favorite hotel rooms in Ireland. The bed was comfy. The pillows were comfy. The room was well decorated without being over the top. They had ac. It was great.
    R
    Randall
    United States
  • From £187.08 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 3,700 reviews
    Stayed for a night in Dublin, decided upon this hotel as it was close to the city centre which is extremely handy. The room was an appropriate size with ensuite shower and shower wash . Very reasonably priced, highly recommend!
    Sarah
    United Kingdom
  • 8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 8,152 reviews
    We stayed at Dublin Skylon twice - at the beginning of our Ireland trip and at the end. We liked the easy access from the airport as well as the city, the cafe across the street and the overall condition and layout of our room.
    Kim
    United States
  • From £216.98 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 10,124 reviews
    Great hotel, very clean and the staff are amazing. Fab location 2 mins from Dublin city centre and O'Connell Street. The breakfast is lovely with a great selection of food.
    Anne
    United Kingdom

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