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Mespil Hotel
4.5/5102 Reviews
The room is spacious and clean, the lobby service is comprehensive, and there is free parking. The location is next to the canal, and it is easy to get in and out. It is recommended!
Pembroke Townhouse
4.2/549 Reviews
Parking is complimentary and on a first come first served basis. The lobby has a simple desk in the centre, with complimentary coffee, water and Pastries nearby. Staff professional and friendly with payment taken on arrival. We stayed in the loft room, which has an upstairs section to fit 3 persons. There are snack and drinks available in room (pay for on checkout) and the bathroom is bright and clean. The beds are comfortable and carpet spot-less. The room overlooks the main street, which on a match day be noisy, but not something that is loudly apparent when the window is closed. A beautiful hotel and very comfortable in a well kept area.
Roxford Lodge Hotel
4.5/5102 Reviews
We stayed at the Roxford Lodge for 3 nights in September 2022. We arrived wearily after an overnight flight, at 10:00 am. While check-in is clearly stated to begin at 3 pm, the front desk provided us with complimentary tea and croissants in the front room while they readied a room of a guest who had checked out early. Not expected at all, but so appreciated. When it turned out later that our particular room was affected by some unexpected noise, the hotel staff again graciously accommodated our request for a room change the following day, and upgraded the room type as well. While the rooms could benefit from a little updating, the overall hospitality is reason enough to book a stay here. It appears that the lodge is owned by a woman and has an all-female staff, which was nice to see. The location is excellent. It is situated in a lovely neighborhood that is within a 20-minute walk to Trinity College and City Center. In addition, we found some great places to eat breakfast and dinner within a 5-7 minute walk. Thank you for a lovely stay!
Donnybrook Hall
4.6/531 Reviews
My only regret is that we didn’t stay here longer! The location is perfect, the accommodation is lovely, clean, new, comfortably welcoming... perfect! We had two rooms in the back off of the sun room/ dining room and they were charming. Our host was so nice and we were able to meet her dad the next morning on our way out. The neighborhood is fantastic, there are a few restaurants/pubs and shops within walking distance and a bus if you wish to go to City Center instead of the 15 minute walk. I can’t wait to visit here again, in 2020!! ***UPDATE well we all know what happened in 2020😣 hence we finally made it back in 2023. This time we were able to stay for 3 nights and I’m so glad we did!! We attended events at Energia Park and Aviva Stadium which we both an easy walk from Donnybrook Hall. We walked into City Center, it was maybe 25-30 minute walk. Leaving City Center we took the DART from Tara and Pe**** stations to the Landsdowne Rd station which is about a 10-15 minute walk from Donnybrook Hall. Nothing has changed, still the perfect location and the hospitality is superb. I honestly can’t wait to come back and stay here again!
Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown
4.5/538 Reviews
The environment is not bad and very new, the restaurant environment is very good, the steak is good, the breakfast is a bit late
Uppercross House Hotel
4.2/537 Reviews
It was my first trip away after major illness, so I decided to maximise my enjoyment by making my journey as easy as I could. Flights to and from France were bookended by one night stays in the Uppercross House Hotel in Rathmines, and the Phoenix Park Hotel, chosen for its proximity to Heuston Station and the train home. Had I known way back in January what I do today, I’d have booked both nights at the Uppercross House Hotel, and used the money I saved on the room to pay for a taxi to the station. My experiences at the two hotels could not be more different. At the Uppercross House Hotel my welcome, my room, my breakfast and every encounter with the staff was excellent. The staff in particular were exceptional: caring, friendly and professional. The cost of my room with breakfast was over €30 less than the Phoenix Park Hotel, and both my requests for a top floor room and a room away from the road were realised. In contrast my welcome at the Phoenix Park Hotel made me feel like a criminal. I always greet staff with a big smile. In response, in stead of “Hello!” or “Good afternoon!” I received “I.D. Please.” Then I found out that my booking didn’t include breakfast, and that no cooked breakfast was available. I accept both hotels are in the city, and therefore noise was inevitable, but the Phoenix Park Hotel ignored both my requests, giving me a first floor room at the apex of a busy traffic junction. Both window latches were broken, so I went to reception to request a room change, and was moved to another first floor room that also had broken window latches. Then I was kept awake all night by banging and thumping above me (that’s why I prefer top floor rooms.) The bathroom had a blocked sink and cracked floor tiles. Next time I stay in Dublin I’ll be at the splendid little Uppercross House Hotel, enjoying an evening down the road at Slattery’s excellent pub.

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Best Time to Travel to Dublin

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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