4.8 Merrion Hotel Dublin

The Merrion Hotel, Dublin


“The Merrion is all class, kitted out in gleaming white marble and gorgeous restored Georgian details. The hotel’s 123 guestrooms are light and airy, fitted to an impeccable standard with period furnishings and Irish fabrics in neutral tones.”

$ 310 $ 310 $ 310 $ 310
4.3 The Dean Dublin

The Dean Hotel, Dublin

New York Times

“In a six-story Georgian building, this 51-room property bears the distinction of being one of the newest hotels in Dublin’s city center. A tasteful, reasonably priced crash pad for those who want to be in the heart of the night life district.”

$ 121 $ 121 $ 121 $ 121
4.6 Shelbourne Hotel Dublin

The Shelbourne Renaissance Hotel, Dublin

New York Times

“Dating back to 1824, the Shelbourne is an elegant historic hotel overlooking St. Stephen’s Green. Its Horseshoe Bar is a Dublin landmark; anyone who’s ever been anyone in Ireland has stopped here for a drink.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Dublin.

$ 231 $ 231 $ 231 $ 231
4.6 Marker Hotel Dublin

The Marker Hotel, Dublin

New York Times

“The Marker is Dublin’s hottest new hotel, drawing trendsetters to its rooftop bar and tourists to its comfy, colorful, modern rooms. It’s part of the Daniel Libeskind-designed Grand Canal Square in Dublin’s new tech hub.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Dublin.

$ 227 $ 227 $ 227 $ 227
4.3 Clarence Hotel Dublin

Hotel The Clarence, Dublin


“Owned by Bono and The Edge of U2 fame, this riverside hotel is all class, with its bright oak woods and chocolate leathers. With 49 rooms — many of which overlook the River Liffey — The Clarence qualifies for boutique status, but without all of the bombast that characterizes many designer hotels.”

$ 124 $ 124 $ 124 $ 124
4.5 Westbury Hotel Dublin

The Westbury Hotel, Dublin


“This traditional hotel enjoys an enviable location just off Dublin’s main shopping thoroughfare, Grafton Street. Recent renovations have given new life to The Westbury’s classic atmosphere: flourishes of modern decor take on an Asian-meets-Western aesthetic with cool, rich tones.”

$ 285 $ 285 $ 285 $ 285
4.5 Conrad Hotel Dublin

The Conrad Hotel, Dublin

Lonely Planet

“The style of The Conrad Hotel is contemporary chic – marble bathrooms, wonderfully comfortable beds and a clutter-free aesthetic that doesn’t skimp on mod cons (bedside docking stations for iPhones, USB sockets and HD flat-screen TVs) – and it works.”

$ 243 $ 243 $ 243 $ 243
4.5 Buswells Hotel Dublin

Buswells Hotel, Dublin

The Guardian

“Buswells is a Dublin institution that offers restrained Georgian opulence in the heart of town. Rooms are compact and well-appointed, with those on the lower floors boasting higher ceilings, as is the case with nearly all of Dublin’s 18th-century town houses.”

$ 128 $ 128 $ 128 $ 128
4.1 Generator Hostel Dublin

Generator Hostel, Dublin

The Guardian

“This hostel offers everything from cheap, breezy shared rooms to design-focused single and twin rooms and higher-end deluxe rooms. The restaurant serves a mean burger, too.”

$ 13 $ 13 $ 13 $ 13
4.4 Aberdeen Lodge Dublin

Aberdeen Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Dublin

Lonely Planet

“Not only is this absolutely one of Dublin’s best guesthouses, but it’s also a carefully guarded secret, known only to those who dare stay a short train ride away from the city centre.”

$ 122 $ 122 $ 122 $ 122
4.4 Harding Hotel Dublin

Harding Hotel, Dublin


“Comfy and friendly, the Harding Hotel is situated on Fishamble Lane, where Handel’s “Messiah” premiered in 1742. More specifically, it’s located directly across from Christchurch Cathedral, which is visible from some rooms, and is within walking distance of all of Dublin’s main sights.”

$ 74 $ 74 $ 74 $ 74