Hotels in Dublin

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About Dublin

How can I find hotels in Dublin?

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Ireland's beautiful capital is packed with history, culture and entertainment. See the famous St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol, and Trinity College, before enjoying the city's legendary gastronomic scene and a taste of the craic at Temple Bar! When you need a hotel Dublin comes up trumps with a huge selection of excellent visitor accommodations to suit all needs, from 5-star luxury hotels through to affordable cheap hotels. Simply visit the Opodo website to make a booking in a few steps. The homepage filter is your friend - add as much information as you can about your preferred travel dates and your travel party and let the powerful search engine instantly check all available hotel deals that match. You'll be able to look at photos, check through the detail and see what other visitors thought of each accommodation. Choose your favourite, make your reservation in a click and then manage your booking online in your private account area. 

What must I see in Dublin?

This vibrant city is hugely popular with tourists from across the world.  Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol and St Patrick's Cathedral are must-see attractions, as are Trinity College and the eternally lively Temple Bar. Enjoy the finest shopping and feel wowed as you explore the impressive National History Museum. Don't forget to visit the Guinness Storehouse for a tour of the historic building and a cheeky pint of the good stuff thrown in for good measure. There are plenty of free walking tours to enjoy and much of the city can be explored on foot. For rest and some great sightseeing, hop onto one of the many touring open-top buses and enjoy colourful views and amusing local commentary from your guide. Families will love The National Aquatic Centre and the Ardgillan Castle & Demesne is a hidden gem, with beautifully landscaped gardens and views of both the Irish Sea and the Mourne Mountains. The nightlife in Dublin is also legendary, and you'll find everything from live music in historic pubs through to world-famous DJs in large and glamorous nightclubs. When you fancy swapping urban bustle for something a little quieter, simply hop on a train to explore the nearby coastal villages of Malahide, Howth and Greystones; all of which are pretty seaside spots full of their own charm and attractions.

Where should I stay in Dublin?

You'll easily find a hotel Dublin wide, as this visitor hotspot is well used to catering for global tourists. You might want to book a hotel in the city centre to be in the heart of the action and in walking distance of all the shops, bars, pubs and restaurants. The Georgian Streets around St Stephen's Green are home to some seriously stylish hotels and the compact triangle around Grafton Street, Trinity College and Temple Bar are always popular. For an independent, bohemian spirit, look to The Creative Quarter. The Tech Hub of the Docklands is great if you want to be away from the main tourist areas, whilst accessing excellent quality visitor accommodation. Look too at the hotels north of the River Liffey or the more peaceful Embassy-lined districts in the South, such as Donnybrook and Ballsbridge. If the coast is calling you, then you'll also be rewarded with excellent hotel deals all in a short distance from the city centre by DART Coastal Railway. Just remember to book well in advance if you plan to travel at peak times or when there are large events on in town.

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