Set in four restored Georgian townhouses dating from the 1760s, the Merrion hotel is built around two gardens set out by the Irish designer Jim Reynolds. This is an elegant, first-class hotel that has been newly restored, while also retaining the old-world elegance of Georgian Dublin. The hotel features 142 charming rooms and suites facilitated with modern amenities to assure a comfortable stay for the guests. The hotel houses Patrick Guilbaud's sumptuous restaurant which has gained two Michelin stars for serving some of the best dishes in town. The Cellar Bar is full of nooks and crannies, perfect for cosy chats with friends, and the service is always impeccable.
In the heart of historic Dublin and overlooking Trinity College, the Westin Dublin offers 5-star luxury close to Grafton Street and the Luas tramline. Set in a historic former bank, it offers spacious rooms with 32-inch HD TVs. Luxurious rooms at the Westin all boast signature Westin Heavenly Beds, along with in-room movies and satellite channels on the LCD TV. Guests can relax with deluxe toiletries, cosy bathrobes, and tea/coffee in the room. Some rooms have a balcony or overlook the glass atrium. Dining experiences at The Westin Dublin include the elegant Atrium Lounge, offering lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, or the Mint Bar, with a more animated atmosphere in the evenings. Morelands Grill is a contemporary grill restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The largest room, The Banking Hall, has been restored to its original 19th-century magnificence. Guests can enjoy exercise in the Westin’s 24-hour modern gym, with state-of-the-art equipment. An in-room spa service is also available for relaxing and luxurious spa treatments. The bustling tourist district of Temple Bar and the Olympia Theatre are both a 5-minute walk from The Westin. The vibrant and central O’Connell Street is also 5 minutes’ walk away, and the hotel is located at the end of Grafton Street, with its numerous shops.
Besides its stunning checkerboard exterior, this luxurious Docklands hotel will wow you in every sense. The Marker Hotel's unusual geometric design inside is replete with carefully planned elegance. All their beautiful rooms have a view. Be it the mountains, ocean, Docklands or the Grand Canal Square. Check out their dining spaces for a delightful experience. Get pampered in their Spa and Wellness area. Shaped like a cocoon, it features a magnificent infinity pool and a large Jacuzzi. The Spa offers specialty treatments and customized massages that will put you in utter bliss. One of the top luxury hotels, you can be sure of a memorable stay at The Marker.
Built in an incredible setting, The Croke Park Hotel is at a close proximity from all the major attractions of the city including Croke Park Stadium, making it ideal for all kinds of tourists. The hotel boasts of sound proof rooms, with ample work space and flat LCD screen TVs. It has a contemporary bar and restaurant serving delicious food and drinks. In addition, the lobby restaurant and bar . Well-appointed and economical, this hotel offers all the conveniences of a luxury stay at a discount.
Set beside St Patrick's Cathedral the Radisson Dublin BLU is just a 5-minute walk from Dublin Castle. It has large air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and a French brasserie. Rooms at the Radisson BLU Royal Hotel Dublin have luxurious baths and showers. Most have views across the city whilst some rooms have Nespresso coffee machines. The Verres en Vers brasserie serves French classics and is open all day. The Vintage Room nestles under a marble staircase and offers vintage whiskeys, wines and fine dining. The SURE Bar serves cocktails and has magnificent views over Dublin.The O Bar has mosaic ceiling tiles and a circular bar with leather seating. Guests have free access to the Fitness Club, which is just 5 minutes' away and offers a pool, gym and sauna. The Temple Bar district is a 5-minute walk from the Radisson Dublin.
Abbey Court Hostel is a vibrant hostel. Featuring art inspired spaces, rooms and dorms, it has a funky feel to it that makes it endearing as well. Nestled in the heart of the city, it is the ideal base for backpackers to explore Dublin. From unlimited breakfast to live entertainment and a self catering kitchen, this hostel is a popular haunt for its friendliness, accessibility and services.
The Paramount Hotel is a 1930s style hotel located in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin's lively cultural district, making all of the city's popular attractions accessible by foot. The hotel is literally surrounded by restaurants, clubs, pubs, galleries, theatres and design studios. All rooms are en-suite and offer all standard facilities including modern data connections.
In the famous Temple Bar district, the friendly Kinlay House offers free Wi-Fi and spacious rooms. Bars, cafes, bus stops and restaurants are all close by. Kinlay House features both en suite rooms and dormitory rooms. A continental breakfast is provided, and there are free hot showers, 24 hours a day. Kinlay House has a 24-hour reception, secure lockers and an on-site shop. There is a 42-inch (106 cm) plasma-screen TV in the guest lounge and a self-catering kitchen. The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, and Trinity College are all within easy walking distance.
Originally built in 1852, the Clarence formerly possessed what some would call an antique charm. All that changed in 1996, when Irish band U2 took charge and completely renovated the hotel, giving it a stylish, contemporary feel, suitable for any pop star. The Clarence now has an ultra-modern interior, while its exterior continues to blend beautifully with the surrounding city. Its central location ensures that its rooms are always highly sought after. Each of the rooms was individually designed; all have king-sized beds, with imaginative color schemes. There is also a two-storey penthouse suite (known locally as the "Wow" suite) with spectacular views. Clarence's Octagon Bar and splendid Tea Rooms restaurant are also very popular.
A cleverly designed new hotel, the Harding makes great use of its many original features. Copper Alley, which is one of Dublin's oldest medieval streets, runs right through the reception area. Great views of Christchurch Cathedral can be had from some of the simple, but clean bedrooms. There's no fuss here, but the Harding is certainly good value for money.
The George Fredric Handel is a modern hotel, occupying the premises where Handel's Messiah is reputed to having been first performed in 1742. The hotel is positioned on the edge of Temple Bar and right next Christchurch Cathedral, leaving many of Dublin's fashionable and cultural districts on your doorstep. All bedrooms are warmly decorated and are en-suite with all the modern comforts expected of a city centre hotel. This is a family-friendly hotel and special discounts are available for children. Musical entertainment is provided in the hotel bar and the restaurant can take good care of all your gastronomic needs.