Hotels in Dublin

Have you heard about the city with a size problem? It just keeps on Dublin and Dublin. But that’s fine, because it means there’s even more of the charismatic Irish capital to enjoy. Known and loved for its infectious party spirit, warm hospitality and wit, it’s no wonder Dublin has inspired so many literary greats. So, for a trip that has ‘craic’ written all over it, book yourself into one of our Dublin hotels today. We also have hotels near University College Dublin if you are visiting the university.

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What to do in Dublin

Temple Bar

Dublin’s hippest and most happening ‘hood is packed with cool shops, markets, independent eateries, bars, and cultural Goliaths such as the Irish Film Institute and Gallery Of Photography. See our range of hotels near Dublin Temple Bar.

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Built in honour of the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick’s Cathedral’s fascinating history and majesty make it one of Dublin’s most popular attractions. It remains an active place of worship so check the website before visiting. 

Guinness Storehouse

Learn the secrets of the black stuff at the Guinness Storehouse. After making your way around six floors of Guinness heritage, a silky-smooth pint and breathtaking 360-degree views of the city will be waiting for you in Gravity Bar.

Old Jameson Distillery

Know your whiskey from your whisky? You’ll soon find out when you put your tastebuds to the test on a guided tour and tasting demo at the Old Jameson Distillery. After a dram at the bar, head to the on-site shop and stock up. (Better leave this attraction until the last day if you’re staying at one of our Dublin business hotels). 

Kilmainham Gaol

See what life on the inside was like for the residents of Kilmainham Gaol, from 1796 - 1924. Guided tours shed light on the prison’s most notorious inmates, and the role it played in Ireland’s formative and disturbing histories. 

National Leprechaun Museum

At The National Leprechaun Museum, you’ll discover everything you’ve ever wanted to known about Irish folklore, mythology, and the elusive leprechaun. Go to the end of the rainbow via a series of interactive experiences. 

Dublin Writers Museum

Celebrating over 300 years of Ireland’s illustrious literary past, book worms will be in their element in this brilliant museum. 

Blarney Castle and Gardens

All weekend breaks in Dublin should involve a day-trip to Blarney Castle and Gardens to kiss the Blarney Stone in return for eternal eloquence. Before you pucker up, make sure you’re in the right place: you don’t want to plant your lips on something in the Poison Gardens.