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Best Value Hotels in Dublin, Ireland

Submitted by on February 27, 2010 – 1:37 pmOne Comment

Irish tradition, history and culture mingle with a young vibe in this colorful city on the River Liffey. Traditional and modern pubs and cafes are in no shortage here. Have a Guinness and discuss the literary genius of Joyce or Yeats in some of their local haunts. Visit Ireland’s oldest university dating back to 1592, University of Dublin, Trinity College, and see the famous Book of Kells in the Old Library. Stroll the cobble stone streets of the vibrant Temple Bar area. With so many great areas to stay in Dublin, it is tough to narrow down the choices. We have done our best to help you out with a list of assorted good value accommodation choices.

Harding Hotel Dublin – One of the best value hotels in the city, Harding Hotel is a traditional hotel that blends in nicely with the historic surroundings. Situated in the center of town between the historic Christ Church Cathedral and Dublin’s lively Temple Bar area, this hotel has a great location. There are many restaurants and bars within a couple of minutes walk.

Trinity Capital Hotel Dublin
– The Trinity Capital Hotel Dublin is a famous Dublin hotel and landmark with an eclectic contemporary feel. The location is ideal for business and leisure travelers, within walking distance to the Dublin Castle, the Mansion House, National Gallery/Museum, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, and many entertainment venues, shopping areas, and restaurants.

Maldron Hotel Parnell Square Dublin – The Maldron Hotel Parnell Square (formerly the Comfort Inn Granby Row) opened in August 2007 and is a purpose built, contemporary hotel in the heart of Dublin City Center. This stylish boutique hotel is only a two minute walk from O’Connell Street and the city’s main entertainment hot spots and shopping areas.

Eliza Lodge Dublin – With its central location at the foot of the Millennium Bridge in the Temple Bar area, Eliza Lodge Guesthouse is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Dublin. Guests at this hotel will find its convenient location and tranquil atmosphere very pleasant.

Cassidys Hotel Dublin – Cassidys is a comfortable, family owned and operated, boutique style hotel located in three converted Georgian buildings in Dublin’s city center. Cassidys is situated opposite the famous Gate theatre and close to everything a visitor to Dublin could want. Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Shopping districts and the vibrant Temple Bar quarter are all within a short walk of the hotel.

Arlington Hotel Dublin – The Arlington Hotel is Dublin’s most central hotel and overlooks the River Liffey. The Arlington is located beside O’Connell Bridge making it a great base to enjoy this vibrant city. The hotel exudes atmosphere and friendliness with a unique medieval theme throughout the public areas. It also boasts one of Dublin’s most popular and liveliest bars, the Knightsbridge Bar.

Castle Hotel Dublin – The Castle Hotel is an elegant and spacious Georgian hotel offering comfort and style. Located in Dublin city center, 2 minutes walk from O’Connell Street and within minutes of Croke Park, Temple Bar, and other major tourist attractions, the hotel is in an ideal location from which to explore the beautiful city of Dublin.

Camden Court Hotel Dublin – Offering excellent hospitality and impeccable service, Camden Court Hotel Dublin is an ideal place to reside for a pleasant and comfortable stay. Located in Dublin’s city center, the Camden Court Hotel is a short and pleasant walk from St. Stephens Green, Grafton Street, Dublin’s premier shopping district, and historic Trinity College.

Best Western Premier Academy Plaza Hotel Dublin – From this comfortable base, guests of the Best Western Premier Academy Plaza Hotel Dublin will enjoy visiting Temple bar, Trinity College, St. Stephens Green, Guinness Storehouse, GPO historic building, Dublin Castle and Phoenix Park. The hotel is located just off of O’Connell Street, Dublin’s main thoroughfare.

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  • Lisa says:

    A Dublin local turned me on to the Trinity Capital Hotel, and I stayed there in October 2008. It was clean and comfortable and centrally located, and I would definitely recommend it.

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