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Dublin is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for Hotel Breaks and here you will find a great selection of Dublin Hotel Breaks and guesthouses from members of the Irish Hotels Federation.
County Dublin is located on the East coast of Ireland and is home to Ireland’s capital, Dublin City. Although the county is one of the smaller counties in Ireland it is home to almost half the total population. Dublin may well be one of the smallest counties in Ireland but it is big on culture, fun and entertainment. There are over 100 Dublin hotels and guesthouses feayured on this site and you will find great value hotel breaks and hotel deals.
Dublin is renowned for its friendly people, compact city centre, amazing cultural heritage and fabulous shopping, restaurants, hotels and pubs. There is always plenty to do in Dublin and there is a wide variety of hotels and accommodation right across the city and county. It is easy and entertaining to walk around the city centre and there are ample bus, light rail and taxi services for going further afield.
Visitors arriving in Dublin Airport can get to anywhere in the city or county within an hour and the same applies to visitors coming into Dublin Port or Dun Laoghaire Ferry Terminal. So whether you want to visit some of the many world-class museums and art galleries, hop on a city tour to get a taste of Dublin’s hitory and landmarks, or just relax over a pint of Guinness or cup of coffee in any number of hotels, pubs and cafes, Dublin is a great place to spend some time and soak up over 1000 years of history, culture and fun. Ask at your Dublin hotel or guesthouse for information on local attractions.
In addition to having a vibrant city rich in culture and heritage, County Dublin also has a wonderful landscape of mountains and forest, lakes, rivers and stretches of sandy coastline. For the outdoor enthusiast there are numerous water sports, such as sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and kayaking to enjoy on the many waterways, coastlines, harbours and marinas in the greater Dublin area, such as Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Malahide Marina or Howth harbour, the River Liffey and the River Tolka. Dublin Mountains provide the opportunity to go hiking, hill-walking or bouldering only a short distance form Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre.
Dublin City was founded in 988 A.D., well over 1,000 years ago. One of the first people to habit the area were Norman Vikings, followed by the Danes and eventually the Anglo-Normans. The 17th century saw Dublin start to grow both economically and culturally. As one of the oldest cities in Europe, a stroll through the city will allow you to witness fine examples of the medieval, Georgian and modern architecture that defines the city and its people. As well as its architecture, Dublin is well known for its writers, artists and musicians, they include such well-known figures as James Joyce and Oscar Wilde.
The Ireland Hotels website features Dublin hotels and guesthouses and hotel breaks Dublin and all are members of the Irish Hotels Federation.
his luxurious hotel is situated in one of the most convenient locations Dublin has to offer, situated just 15 minutes from Dublin Airport. On the Luas line to Dublin City Centre and the O2 Point Depot and all of Dublin's main attractions, and a small bus trip to RDS stopping directly outside the hotel.The hotel also offers free car parking.
4 star 18th century Castle set in its own grounds just 8 miles south of Dublin city. 113 bedrooms, 2 restaurants, 2 bars, Fitness Centre to include swimming pool, sauna,steamroom, jacuzzi and gym Hairdressers & Beauty Salon on site Complimentary WIFI and car parking
Welcome to Dublin City Inn.
Located just 2 minutes walk from O'Connell Street, in the heart of Dublin City Centre.
A great choice for a city break, you will find all the delights of Dublin on your doorstep! Dublin City Inn hotel is a few minutes from Temple Bar, Trinity College, the Irish Financial Centre and many pubs and restaurants.
The hotel is within walking distance of Croke Park, The Grand Canal Theatre and the O2 Arena. The Luas is a 2-minute walk away and takes you directly to the O2 Arena & Convention Center Dublin.
A national treasure built in 1824, the Shelbourne Hotel has been magnificently restored while keeping its historic charm. The Shelbourne is a luxury 5-star hotel in Dublin city center overlooking St. Stephen's Green, Europe's grandest garden square. This 5-star Dublin hotel offers spacious accommodations, including luxurious Egyptian cotton bedding, flat-screen TV, laptop-size safe and marble bathroom, ideal for relaxation. Enjoy a cocktail or Ireland's own Guinness at our renowned Horseshoe Bar. Celebrate life at our Oyster Bar or a prime-cut steak at The Saddle Room Restaurant. When planning a wedding or business affair, you'll find perfection like no other Dublin 5-star hotel. The hotel features a luxurious Spa offering six treatment rooms, a manicure and pedicure area as well as an opulent relaxation room. A 17.5m swimming pool, thermal facilities, dance studio and state-of-the-art gymnasium complete the facilities.
The Ashling is a stunning Dublin City hotel in a great central location adjacent to Heuston Station with Airlink Bus and on the Luas red line. An International Award Winning 4 Star hotel in Dublin City incorporating 225 beautifully appointed bedrooms, 180 seater restaurant, Chesterfields Restaurant and stylish Iveagh Bar and extensive meeting rooms and conference facilities catering for up to 220 delegates. Complimentary WiFi in public areas and all bedrooms. Carparking on site. You’ll know when you’ve arrived at the Ashling Hotel – a genuinely warm welcome, spacious non smoking bedrooms, strategic location and friendly, professional staff – all combine to offer you a unique experience throughout your stay. The Ashling is in excellent location in the heart of historic Dublin City and beside the Phoenix Park. The surrounding area is home to some of Dublin’s premier attractions – Dublin Zoo, Guinness Brewery, Kilmainham Gaol, Old Jameson Distillery, the National Museum of Ireland
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