C$ 168 - C$ 247
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN DUBLIN||Palmerstown - Chapelizod||18% cheaper||Hotels in Palmerstown - Chapelizod are the cheapest in Dublin at just C$ 168 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN DUBLIN||Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green||17% more expensive||Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green has the highest priced hotels in Dublin with rooms averaging C$ 247 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN DUBLIN||Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green||82% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green than any other neighbourhood in Dublin|
Those looking for a hotel near Dublin City Centre should expect to pay C$ 168/night for area hotels. Below are the 11 best hotel options in the area. Hotels near Dublin City Centre are typically 17% less expensive than the average hotel in Dublin, which is C$ 203.
|Low season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||June||most expensive time to stay|
|47%||expected price decrease|
|49%||expected price increase|
C$ 109 - C$ 395
|Highest day of week||Wednesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|C$ 323||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|C$ 192||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Dublin is: 3 star, 88 days before.|
C$ 94 - C$ 115
C$ 165 - C$ 184
C$ 230 - C$ 245
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Dublin|
Hotels Near Airport
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With average temperatures of 13 – 15 degrees Celsius, the cool summer months from June – August are the peak tourist season in Dublin. The city also hosts a number of festivals and events that attract large crowds during this time. If you want to visit Dublin at a less crowded time, plan your trip in the shoulder months of April – May or September. For excellent deals and bargains on travel and accommodation, try to visit from November – March. Bring a warm jacket and be prepared to dress in layers to brave the chilly temperatures of 2 – 4 degrees Celsius. You may also experience frequent rainfall, and possibly some snow during these months.
Dublin is a small city, and most of its tourist attractions are clustered in a compact area which is best explored on foot. Dublin Bus operates routes all over the city. Fares are based on distance and zones traveled, and cash fare for travel within the city centre zone starts at €0.75 EUR. You can also use the Luas operated light-rail tram service to get around in Dublin. Cash fare for a single ticket costs €2.00 EUR – €3.30 EUR depending on the number of zones travelled. Taxis are easily available at any time. You can also consider hiring a bike through the city’s bike share program, Just Eat Dublinbikes. A 3-day ticket at €5.00 EUR allows you to ride the bike for free for the first 30 minutes, followed by a staggered rental charge for every subsequent hour or half hour. With scarce parking and steep fines for minor driving offences, it is best if you avoid driving in Dublin.
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Dublin, the beautiful capital city of Ireland boasts a sweeping coastline, picturesque cliffs, and elegant 18th-century Georgian architecture. Add to that a diverse culinary scene, a vibrant pub culture, and lively Irish music, and you have a multifaceted city with a quintessential Irish charm. With River Liffey running through the city, there are several small neighbourhoods located north or south of the water. Dublin’s city centre, main transport stations, and a majority of the popular tourist attractions are in the southern neighbourhoods.
The Creative Quarter
For a city centre location, a hip local vibe, and plenty of authentic Irish options for shopping and dining, you can stay in the Creative Quarter neighbourhood south of River Liffey. Enjoy the bright rooms and made-to-order breakfast of Brooks Hotel on Drury Street. Or consider The Drury Court Hotel, value-focused accommodation with spacious rooms and a traditional décor.
Temple Bar is a hub for pub-crawlers and nightlife revellers. This area promises excellent food and drink options, and a central location that makes it easy to explore the rest of the city. Check out the spacious suites with tastefully designed luxury furnishings at The Merchant House hotel, set in an elegant Georgian building in the heart of Temple Bar. Along the River Liffey, you can enjoy stylish accommodation at The Clarence, Dublin’s original rock n’ roll hotel that offers simple, bright rooms with elegant wood furnishings.
Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square
If you want to be in a slightly quieter neighbourhood but still close to the city centre, then try the hotels around the lush green blocks of Merrion Square or Fitzwilliam Square. Get treated like royalty when you stay at The Merrion hotel, a luxurious 5-star hotel spread over 4 Georgian townhouses, featuring elegant rooms with country-style furnishings. Overlooking St. Stephen’s Green, you can consider the posh rooms of The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel. This is a historic hotel set in a stately 1842 building that has the privilege of being the venue where the Irish constitution was originally written in 1922.
This off-the-tourist track neighbourhood exudes a quirky, hipster vibe. It features street art on every corner, and is home to some of the coolest coffee houses in the city. Stay at the Portobello B&B, a family-run bed and breakfast set in a Victorian brickhouse built in 1881, just a 6-minute walk from the Irish Jewish Museum. For a luxurious stay in bright rooms with large windows overlooking the Grand Canal, consider the Hilton Dublin hotel.
North of the River Liffey, Docklands is Dublin’s bustling tech hub. The glass-façade buildings and modern architecture give this area a completely different vibe as compared to the rest of the city. While this is a quiet, modern neighbourhood, it’s further away from most of the popular tourist attractions in Dublin. Overlooking the River Liffey, you have chic rooms and suites with plush interiors, and modern amenities at the nautical-themed Hotel Spencer. You can also consider the ultra-modern checkerboard façade property of The Market Hotel that features contemporary rooms with bold, designer furnishings.
Dublin has plenty of budget accommodation options. You can choose from relaxed traditional bed and breakfasts, modern short-stay apartments, youth hostels, as well as centrally-located hotels with reasonably priced rooms. Just steps away from all the popular tourist attractions and the central train station, you have the fun and vibrant Jacobs Inn Hostel. Another option in an excellent central location is the Backpackers Citi Hostel – Dublin City Centre Hostel. Overlooking the Grand Canal and a 10-minute walk from Merrion Square, you can look at the comfortable and quaint rooms of the Schoolhouse Hotel. A 3-minute walk from the Old Jameson Distillery, check out warm and colourfully decorated rooms of Maldron Hotel Smithfield.
Dublin is a small city with a big personality, catering to a diverse set of travellers. A typical Dublin itinerary is packed with visits to a scenic coastline and cliffs, medieval castles and cathedrals, art galleries and museums, and host of pubs and eateries. The traditional Irish music, warm hospitality, and generously flowing Guinness will definitely add an element of delight to your beautiful picture-postcard-like Dublin trip.
11 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Dublin.
C$ 189 per night is the average rate for a room when booking a hotel in Dublin. Prices will differ depending on factors such as star rating, time of year and location.
Hotels in Dublin are usually cheapest during the month of January. You can expect a price decrease of around 47% during this period.
The cost of a Dublin hotel room will vary for each day but generally Saturday works out the most economical, with Tuesday proving the least economical.
Dublin Hostels typically cost in the region of C$ 114 a night for each person. This price is taken from hostels and hotels with a 2 star or below rating. Hostels are very economical and come out on average C$ 75 cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Dublin.
When visiting Dublin, people tend to book hotels in Churchtown - Dundrum, North Inner City, Finglas - Glasnevin and Rathmines - Templeogue - Terenure.
With generally low rainfall expected (73 mm) and an average temperature of 15 °C, those staying at a hotel in Dublin may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during August, attractions worth visiting near Dublin are General Post Office and Glasnevin Cemetery.
There are currently 175 vacation rentals available in Dublin. Most of our users opt to stay at Premier Suites Plus Dublin, Ballsbridge, which is the most popular vacation rental in Dublin. Compare vacation rentals in Dublin.
Wren Urban Nest
9 St Andrew's Ln, Dublin, Ireland
Broc House Suites
Staycity Chancery Lane Dublin
Herbert Road, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4,7, Dublin, Ireland
Charleville Lodge Hotel
268-272 North Circular Road, Dublin, Ireland
19/20 D'Olier Street, Dublin, Ireland
Saggart Garters Lane, Dublin, Ireland
44 Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland
The Hendrick Smithfield
6 11 Hendrick Street, Dublin, Ireland
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