Hotels and more in Dublin

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  • £129

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    Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Centre, Dublin
    9.0 Superb 4,523 reviews
    Description Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Centre is situated in Dublin on O’Connell Street, 800 metres from Temple Bar, with free WiFi and breakfast included.
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    "The bed was very comfy and yes crosaaints were delicious. Staff very helpful."

    Shing Ying. Denmark
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  • £241

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    The Marker Hotel, Dublin
    9.2 Superb 1,205 reviews
    Description 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 4 treatment rooms and a...
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    "We loved the staff, very friendly and accommodating. The room was amazing, clean and very comfortable."

    Brandon. USA
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  • £107

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    The Croke Park Hotel, Dublin
    9.1 Superb 1,795 reviews
    Description Opposite Croke Park Stadium, this luxury 4-star hotel boasts spacious rooms with 25-inch LCD TVs. Guests can enjoy hot towels on arrival, free parking, and a European bistro.
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    "Welcoming reception area and staff. Rooms and bathroom spacious"

    Susan. Bermuda
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  • £142

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    Clontarf Castle Hotel, Dublin

    Clontarf Castle Hotel

    Clontarf, Dublin

    9.1 Superb 1,262 reviews
    Description Set in an 11th-century castle the Clontarf Hotel combines ancient architecture with 21st-century facilities.
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    "We received a free room upgrade which was awesome! Restaurant Fahrenheit was delicious! We only spent 1 night but would love to go back one day."

    John. USA
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  • £94

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    Roxford Lodge Hotel, Dublin

    Roxford Lodge Hotel

    Ballsbridge, Dublin

    9.1 Superb 1,215 reviews
    Description This luxury boutique-style hotel is located in Ballsbridge, 1.5 miles from Dublin city centre. It offers free parking and stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, most with saunas and spa baths.
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    "Very cute boutique-style with what appeared to be very recent renovations and very modern amenities. We did not partake in breakfast, although it was an option. Walking distance to downtown Dublin but enough off the strip to enjoy a quiet night's sleep. Very clean and new. Staff were friendly."

    CanadianAbroad. Canada
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  • £308

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    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel, Dublin

    The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    Saint Stephen's Green, Dublin

    9.1 Superb 1,777 reviews
    Description The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin is a historic, landmark hotel located in the heart of Dublin on St. Stephen's Green.
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    "Beds were super comfy. Interior of hotel just gorgeous and very pleased with amenities like the indoor pool, and fun things like the Afternoon Tea. Expensive but the perfect place to wind down after traveling across Ireland and staying in much more casual Bed & Breakfasts. It was a treat that I felt paid off."

    Stephanie. USA
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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.