Best hotels & accommodations in Dublin

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Dublin as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places with at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.


Best cheap hotel in Dublin: Drury Court Hotel

Best boutique hotel in Dublin: Wilder Townhouse

Best luxury hotel in Dublin: The Merrion Hotel

Best hostel in Dublin: Jacobs Inn Hostel

Best eco-friendly hotel in Dublin: The Alex Hotel

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The Shelbourne Renaissance Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

New York Times, Lonely Planet, Fodors, Frommers, Forbes, Telegraph

4.6 / 5
187 euro 166 gbp 231 usd 24486 jpy 180 cad 180 aud 1808 hkd 304 sgd 217 chf 1466 cny 1905 sek 1395 dkk 1799 nok
The Merrion Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

CNN, Lonely Planet, Forbes, Fodors, Telegraph

4.8 / 5
251 euro 223 gbp 310 usd 32860 jpy 241 cad 241 aud 2427 hkd 409 sgd 291 chf 1968 cny 2557 sek 1872 dkk 2414 nok
The Westbury Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

CNN, Fodors, Frommers, Forbes, Telegraph

4.5 / 5
230 euro 205 gbp 285 usd 30210 jpy 222 cad 222 aud 2231 hkd 376 sgd 267 chf 1809 cny 2351 sek 1721 dkk 2220 nok
The Marker Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

New York Times, The Guardian, Telegraph

4.6 / 5
183 euro 163 gbp 227 usd 24062 jpy 177 cad 177 aud 1777 hkd 299 sgd 213 chf 1441 cny 1872 sek 1371 dkk 1768 nok
The Dean Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

New York Times, The Guardian, Telegraph

4.3 / 5
98 euro 87 gbp 121 usd 12826 jpy 94 cad 94 aud 947 hkd 159 sgd 113 chf 768 cny 998 sek 730 dkk 942 nok
The Conrad Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet, Forbes, Telegraph

4.5 / 5
196 euro 174 gbp 243 usd 25758 jpy 189 cad 189 aud 1902 hkd 320 sgd 228 chf 1543 cny 2004 sek 1467 dkk 1892 nok
Generator Hostel, Dublin

Recommended by:

The Guardian, Telegraph

4.1 / 5
10 euro 9 gbp 13 usd 1378 jpy 10 cad 10 aud 101 hkd 17 sgd 12 chf 82 cny 107 sek 78 dkk 101 nok
Buswells Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

The Guardian, Telegraph

4.5 / 5
103 euro 92 gbp 128 usd 13568 jpy 99 cad 99 aud 1002 hkd 168 sgd 120 chf 812 cny 1056 sek 773 dkk 997 nok
Iveagh Garden Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:

New York Times

4.5 / 5
89 euro 79 gbp 110 usd 11660 jpy 85 cad 85 aud 861 hkd 145 sgd 103 chf 698 cny 907 sek 664 dkk 856 nok
Jacobs Inn Hostel, Dublin

Recommended by:


4.2 / 5
17 euro 15 gbp 22 usd 2332 jpy 17 cad 17 aud 172 hkd 29 sgd 20 chf 139 cny 181 sek 132 dkk 171 nok
Harding Hotel, Dublin

Recommended by:


4.4 / 5
59 euro 53 gbp 74 usd 7844 jpy 57 cad 57 aud 579 hkd 97 sgd 69 chf 469 cny 610 sek 446 dkk 576 nok
Aberdeen Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Dublin

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet

4.4 / 5
98 euro 87 gbp 122 usd 12932 jpy 95 cad 95 aud 955 hkd 161 sgd 114 chf 774 cny 1006 sek 736 dkk 950 nok
Hotel The Clarence, Dublin

Recommended by:


4.3 / 5
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What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Dublin?

Dublin is the capital city of Ireland that is located on the east coast of the country at the mouth of the River Liffey. The capital city is the home to several iconic buildings and landmarks including Dublin Castle, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, St Stephen’s Green and The National Museum of Ireland. Some of the best neighborhoods of Dublin are:

Dundrum is a historic southern suburban neighborhood that is the home to Ireland’s largest new shopping centre. The neighborhood’s Town Centre consists of over 160 stores including Hollister, Zara and House of Fraser. It is also home to a multiplex cinema and various restaurants.

Drumcondra is a neighborhood that has excellent public transport networks and is located close to the city centre. It is the home to Croke Park GAA Stadium and is situated in the vicinity of Glasnevin Cemetery and National Botanic Gardens.

Phibsborough is a neighborhood that is filled with modern eateries, Victorian pubs, and vintage and antique shops. The neighborhood was named as the top property hot spot in 2016 by the Irish Independent. The area is sought after by young professionals and has a famous café named Two Boys Brew.

Ringsend is a neighborhood close to the area called ‘Silicon Docks’ where a wide number of technology companies like Google have opened their offices. The neighborhood has bars, shops, restaurants, a local library and a park.

Rathgar is a suburban neighborhood that is located in south Dublin that has a neighbourhood café, red-brick residences, independent stores, and a city centre.

Also check out our travel guide about the best areas to stay in Dublin.

What is the best budget hotel in Dublin?

If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Dublin, then book Drury Court Hotel. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews. Also check out our list of the best cheap hotels in Dublin.

What is the best boutique hotel in Dublin?

You like some luxury but don't like the famous chain hotels. If you're looking for the best boutique hotel in Dublin, you should check out Wilder Townhouse. It's a very cool hotel that has been highly recommended by travelers and experts.
Also check out our list of the best boutique hotels in Dublin, it's a manually curated list of the most unique and romantic hotels in the city.

What is the best luxury hotel in Dublin?

If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Dublin, then go for The Merrion Hotel. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it. Also check out our list of the best luxury hotels in Dublin, it's a manually curated list of the most exclusive 5-star hotels in the city.

What is the best hostel in Dublin?

If you're looking for a great hostel in Dublin, then you should check out Jacobs Inn Hostel. The hostel has magnificent reviews by backpackers, it has been recommended by well-known travel experts and it's in a good location. Also check out our list of the best hostels in Dublin.

What is the best bed & breakfast in Dublin?

Looking for a cozy place to stay in Dublin that serves you handmade and fresh breakfast in the morning? Go and check out Aberdeen Lodge B&B. The B&B has been recommended by well-known travel experts and recent guests have given it top ratings.

Which Dublin hotel serves great breakfast?

Try The Conrad Hotel if you're looking for a delicious breakfast. The Dublin hotel has excellent customer review ratings for breakfast.

How much does it cost to stay in a Dublin hotel?

For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $170 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $220 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star Dublin hotel then you can expect to pay around $380 per night.

Which Dublin hotels have the best rooftop bars?

If you're looking for a great place to have a drink with a view, then try The Marker Hotel or The Dean Hotel. Both hotels have excellent reviews for their rooftop bars.

What are the best things to do in Dublin?

Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin. From the comfort of a luxury coach, admire stunning Irish countryside and travel along the Wild Atlantic Way to the incredible 700-foot high Cliffs of Moher. Price: $54.

Guinness Storehouse Tour & Pint. More than a million people a year visit the home of Guinness, and most agree that it’s a high point of a trip to Dublin. Take a self-guided tour of the Guinness Storehouse, learn all about world-famous Guinness Stout, and enjoy a complimentary pint. Price: $23.

Discover Dublin By Boat. See Dublin from the River Liffey on a 45-minute boat cruise, and admire the city’s monuments from the water. Learn the history of Dublin, from the arrival of the Vikings to the rapid development of the city in the 18th and 19th centuries. Price: $18.

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About Dublin

If you’re planning a trip to Dublin, there’s probably a good reason why. Maybe you have Irish heritage, maybe you like drinking Guinness with an accent mark, or maybe you just really love leprechauns. It doesn’t matter what your reasoning is for visiting the capital of Ireland; there are plenty of things to do and see in Dublin that will make your visit worthwhile. But if it’s your first time visiting Dublin, things can get a little tricky. The city has its fair share of tricks and traps for unsuspecting tourists who aren’t familiar with its alleyways and backstreets. With that in mind, here are some helpful tips for navigating your way through the city as smoothly as possible on your next trip to Dublin!

If you’re planning on going to Dublin, it’s important to remember that it’s an English-speaking city. If your primary language is anything other than English, you’ll want to brush up before traveling.

Dublin is a relatively small city, and it’s easy to navigate by foot. You might want to buy a one-day ticket for the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART). It costs €6.00 and will give you unlimited access to the DART throughout the day. This can be a good option if you’re looking for a more economical way to see the city.

For those of you who are into taking in some of Dublin’s history, there are many museums in Dublin that offer free admission. These include The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, The National Museums of Ireland Decorative Arts and History, and The Guinness Storehouse which offers free admission with a complimentary pint of Guinness at the end!

Dublin is a city that has something for everyone. From museums to castles and gardens, Dublin has plenty of attractions to get you out of your hotel and explore the city. Here are just a few of the top things you shouldn’t miss if you’re looking for something worth seeing in Dublin:
1) The Guinness Storehouse: A guided tour through the history of Guinness with a complimentary pint at the end.
2) Kilmainham Gaol: A former prison turned museum, Kilmainham Gaol offers an intriguing look at Irish culture and history.
3) Trinity College: Tour Ireland’s oldest university and learn about its fascinating history.
4) Phoenix Park: Dublin’s largest park, Phoenix Park is perfect for those who like walking or cycling on their vacations.

Dublin is famous for its significant literary history that includes some of the most influential, prominent and renowned writers in the world. The city has also been the location for notable works of literature, which makes the city even more popular.

The city has a number of big libraries and literary museums, which make for good tourist attractions such as the National Print Museum of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland. For its influence on literature, the city was recognized by UNESCO as a City of Literature in the year 2010.

The city also has some well-known theaters, including Gaiety, Olympia, and Grand Canal. Dublin has a vibrant nightlife that makes it even more attractive to visitors throughout the year. There are several pubs in the city center, and as such, Dublin is regarded as one of Europe’s most youthful cities.

It’s a good idea to pack layers, as Dublin is known for its unpredictable weather. If you’re a fan of eating out, make sure to look up reviews before making your choice. Dublin has some beautiful architecture and scenery; be sure to walk around the city to see all that it has to offer!

Dublin is a city filled with culture, history, and adventure. The only problem is that it’s not always easy to get your bearings when you first arrive. If you’re planning a trip to Dublin, here are some helpful tips on how to make the most of your visit!

Want to get to know the city a bit better? Check out our guide about where to stay in Dublin, it includes recommendations about the best areas, museums, attractions and other things to do.

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