Ireland’s capital is alive with a rich literary tradition, friendly residents and a respect for all things rebellious.
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Where to stay in Dublin
City Centre Dublin
4.5/5Wonderful!(942 area reviews)
Dublin Port and Abbey Street are a few top attractions in City Centre Dublin. Hop around the city on the metro at Jervis Station or Abbey Street Station and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums, and great live music.
Consider a visit to Cathal Brugha Barracks and take some time to enjoy the abundant dining options during your time in Rathmines. If you want to see more of the city, jump on the metro at Beechwood Station or Ranelagh Station.
The price is CA $156 per night from Jan 2 to Jan 3
Jan 2 - Jan 3
Stay at this 4-star business-friendly hotel in Clonshaugh. Enjoy free WiFi, 2 restaurants, and breakfast. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the clean rooms ...
4.4/5 Excellent! (2,238 reviews)
"It was fine, pleasant. Staff helpful and pleasant. Transport from terminal to hotel required a long walk to the bus and a long walk on return to airport terminal. Avoid being given a corner room because the bathroom door obstructs easy access to the toilet."
Stay at this 3.5-star apartment in Dublin. Enjoy free WiFi, a fitness center, and a 24-hour front desk. Popular attractions Aviva Stadium and Dublin Port are ...
4.8/5 Exceptional! (298 reviews)
"Only observation I would make that is least bit negative is that u have to sit on sofa to watch TV. Small apartment size sofa that’s not so comfortable. However amenities were great and staff was super helpful. Convenient part of town. Would stay again."
Stay at this 4-star business-friendly aparthotel in Dublin. Enjoy free WiFi, breakfast, and a 24-hour front desk. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the ...
4.6/5 Exceptional! (741 reviews)
"A perfect location and a perfect hotel room. Comfy bed and pillows, fantastic waterfall shower and water pressure, and great views. Would for sure stay here again! The check in desk people are also incredibly nice! 10/10"
Croke Park in Dublin is so much more than an impressive sports stadium. “Croker”, as it is locally known, is in many ways is a bastion of Irish identity that protects the spirit of Gaelic games from forces seeking to dislodge it. If this all sounds a bit dramatic you should take the fantastic Croke Park Experience tour to get a very real sense of just how important and deeply ingrained the GAA and Gaelic games are to Ireland’s sense of itself.