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Harding Hotel
4.7/548 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I stayed for four nights with my teenage daughter on a mother-daughter trip. Got a great rate booking a few months in advance, and I am so impressed with the value received for the price. We were given a room with two beds on the top floor facing the courtyard- it was quiet and comfortable. I brought earplugs after reading some reviews about noise, but we didn’t need them. The bathroom was updated and the shower was great- hot and nice pressure. The beds were a little “creaky” but comfortable, and the linens were cozy. The hotel staff were helpful, the restaurant was good for breakfast (although we chose to eat elsewhere most mornings) and Darkey Kelly’s pub on the first floor had great food and music. The location is fantastic- we were able to walk pretty much anywhere we wanted to go. I really can’t find a single fault with this hotel for the price. Would definitely stay again.
Staycity Aparthotels Dublin Tivoli
4.3/5128 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed here as a group of 6 for the weekend. From the moment we arrived, which was fairly late in the evening, until checkout it was a top class experience. Lami, on reception, was warm, friendly, knowledgeable, full of ideas for our stay, and she couldn't do more to make sure our stay was one to remember. There was also a chap on that night alongside Lami, unfortunately we didn't get his name, but he too was just brilliant. The apartment itself was fabulous, clean, with every kitchen appliance you'd need, and the beds were comfy and gave a great nights sleep. The breakfast was one of the best we've had. A great choice of items, relaxed atmosphere, and great value for money. We also had a pizza in the hotel at 1230 one evening and that too was delicious. Thoroughly would recommend this to everyone and we will definitely stay here again. Thank you all for a great stay!
Hyatt Centric the Liberties Dublin
4.6/5113 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Great location Can walk most places easily Pub next for door next door to watch the soccer Easy walk to great bars and restaurants St Paddy’s church on our doorstep Great breakfast and happy attentive staff Great value and nothing too much trouble :)
Aloft Dublin City
4.4/5112 Reviews
Dublin City Center
This place was excellent! I travel a lot for work and was very impressed with this hotel and the staff. We were staying 3 nights before driving out to Doolin. We arrived 6 hours before check in and they were working to get our room ready. They provided us free drinks at the bar while we waited. When I told the front desk staff we would be parking a rental car the next day, he asked if we were picking up at the airport. I confirmed we were. He said 'I know the people at the Hertz a 5 minute walk from here, let me see if I can arrange a pick up at that location and save you time and money going out to the airport.' A few minutes later he had confirmed this, which saved us a hefty taxi fare and a lot of time. This was the theme with all of the staff - extremely helpful, friendly, and accommodating. Continuing to surprise us throughout the visit. Additionally, the accommodations were wonderful. Great rooms, great location (two distilleries across the street and shopping close by), and a fantastic breakfast. This was a wonderful stay and a great kick off to our Irish holiday. Thank you! Chris
Castleknock Hotel
4.4/5101 Reviews
We booked Castleknock hotel for out Honeymoon trip to Ireland. It was far enough out of the Dublin city center, that I felt relaxed and had fresh air, but close enough that busing or taking a taxi into the city center was very easy! We had a lovely stay and enjoyed the hotel breakfast and other restaurants on site!
Garden Lane Backpackers
4/533 Reviews
Dublin City Center
My flight was delayed and I tried to notify the property that I would be arriving after the reception closing time (6pm). The phone number provided on the booking was wrong, the one on their website was a call center and no one answered, and I didn't get any email instructions from them. I arrived at midnight and ... SURPRISE: I was locked out! Luckily I met by chance a girl who was staying there and was coming back so she let me in to stay warm. I keep calling unanswered for at least another hour. In the end I settled on the sofa in the living room to sleep without blankets, but it was always better than sleeping on the street or having to look for a new structure in the middle of the night. The next day they admitted the phone number was wrong, apologized and eventually gave me the room I had paid for. They provided proof that they sent the instruction email, but I never received it (I had checked even if it was in spam, and nothing), otherwise I would have slept on the sofa because I felt like it ??? On the same day, the same thing happened to a guy like me who didn't receive any emails they say they sent. Maybe they were having problems with their systems that day? Yet no, it is our fault because ... Final surprise ... Although they admitted that the phone number was wrong, they did not want to refund me the night I paid for and for which I did not receive the service purchased, also risking having to sleep out or spend more money on a new accommodation. Fortunately, hotels.com provided me with a small discount coupon. Thanks Hostel.com! You, on the other hand, are real dishonest thieves, keep those 36 euros well!

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Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. Dublin is also the largest city in Ireland. It is located on the inlet of the east coast and is the hub for travel, education, culture, administration, the arts, and industry. In 2018 Dublin was list in the Globalization and World Cities Research as Global City and recognized as the top 30 cities in the world.

The best time to visit Dublin considering the weather is between June and August and festivals around the corner, and all streets will be busy, and Dublin will be crowded during this season. If you are looking for a non-crowded atmosphere best time to travel to Dublin will be from March to May and September to November; during this period, it will be less crowded, accommodation will be at cheaper rates, and airfare will be available at a discounted price.

Nearby Airport.

Dublin International Airport is one of the busiest airports in Ireland. Dublin Airport is operated by DAA. You can see both International and domestic travelers. Dublin International Airport will be working 24/7 throughout the year. There are more than 32 million travelers who pass through in a year.

Getting around the place.

Dublin is a beautiful city. The Irish people are very welcoming and kind-hearted people. The tradition, culture, writers, art are unique in Dublin. You will enjoy your trip to Dublin to the fullest.

How to get to Dublin City.

Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. Once you reach Dublin international airport, you will have several options to commute to your destination. Rental cars, taxis, buses are available 24/7 to reach your destination safely.

Hotel Information 

There are pretty good options for a hotel in Dublin city. You can choose as per your location preference and budget.

  • Trinity City Hotel – Trinity hotel is in the heart of the city. Best place to stay if you are in Dublin. Ideal stay for business and family trips. Prices for accommodation and food are cost-effective and affordable. All the required amenities are nearby if needed, like a supermarket, park for walking hospital, and business office building. The rooms are well maintained. 
  • Castle Hotel – Castle hotel is located on Great Denmark Street, Dublin. Castle Hotel is a British style hotel. They serve a variety of breakfast, which is delicious and rich. The hotel is in a place where you find many tourists attraction.
  • Hilton Dublin Kilmainham – Located in the heart of the city. All amenities like well-furnished rooms, breakfast, TV, Wi-Fi, Meeting rooms, Indoor swimming pool, and many more. Ideal place for your comfortable stay in Dublin. The hotel is nearby to the tourist attraction places.

Dublin Tourist Information.

Top tourist attractions in Dublin city.

  1. The Guinness Storehouse – All the beer lovers must visit the place. Learn how are the iconic beer is fermented, learn how to serve the beautiful print, and explore the taste of beer in the Gravity bar.
  2. The National Gallery of Ireland – Located in Dublin, National Gallery has exhibitions throughout the year for all the art lovers and offers a splendid experience for the entire family irrespective of age.
  3. Merrion Square – It is in the city center of Dublin. The iconic statue of Oscar Wilde is in Merrion square. The whole building is filled with colorful flowers where you can relax and have a peaceful time and calm your mind.
  4. Phoenix Park – is one of the largest public parks in Ireland. Dublin zoo is also located inside phoenix park. You can enjoy nature, animals, places to relax. Must visit place if you are in Dublin.
  5. National Botanic Gardens – The garden is located on the sides of the river Tolka lake. You will be able to see a variety of flowers; there is a large pond, sensory, and rock garden. You should reach the destination in the morning so you can enjoy the entire garden.
  6. St. Patrick’s Cathedral – One of the best scenic places in Dublin. You can visit this place to attend a Mass or just enter the place to explore the monuments and sculptures. St Patrick’s is the largest church in Ireland.
  7. Ha’penny Bridge – This Bridge was built in 1816, one of the oldest bridges in Dublin. You should visit this place in the evening. The bridge is lighted in various colors, and it is a soothing view for all the tourists. There are also very famous pubs and bars, with your drink you can enjoy the Jazz songs along.
  8. Kilmainham Gaol – This place is one of the historical and exciting places in Dublin. It is a prison in Dublin. The timing to visit the prison is between 9.30 am to 6 pm.

Top food places in Dublin City.

Irish has a variety of option for food lovers.

  • Irish stew – Traditionally made with local vegetables, sheep, and bacon. Almost all the restaurant and café serve this. Must try if you are in Ireland.
  • Boxty Pancakes – Made of potatoes, can be eaten with sugar, butter with some sauce, and tomato slices.
  • Black and White Pudding – Ideal breakfast if you are in Dublin. It is made with Oatmeal, meat, bread, and potatoes.
  • Fish Finger Sandwich – For all the fish lovers must-try dish when you are in Dublin. It is made of bread, fresh fish fingers, sauce, and peas and tastes perfect.
  • Jerk Chicken salad – Ideal for your lunch, made with meat, chili jam, chicken, and beans and comes at an attractive price.
  • For all the vegetarian eaters – Dublin has a variety of burgers, soups, noodles, salads, sandwiches available in all the eatery, café, and restaurants.

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