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NYX Hotel Dublin Portobello
4.4/548 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Beautiful hotel in a peaceful and gorgeous part of Dublin. A few minutes walk away from the Green Line LUAS. The more compact bedrooms are a bit on the small side for a couple, but they’re still well appointed, very new and clean, and comfortable. The hotel bar is cosy and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The only downside is the lack of parking, you’ll have to park onstreet at fairly considerable expense. Not really the fault of the hotel, but it is something to note if you’re driving here.
Maldron Hotel, Newlands Cross
4.2/5105 Reviews
Traveling during peak hours, this price is more cost-effective. Although it is not in the city center, it is convenient to drive to the city center in 10 minutes, and there are sufficient parking spaces. There is a supermarket opposite, and shopping is also very convenient.
Plaza Hotel Tallaght
4.2/597 Reviews
I booked one night at the Plaza Hotel, and I will never come back here. A very noisy hotel, I returned from the airport at night and thought I would sleep, but early in the morning at 7 o'clock the staff began to make noise in the corridor, they slammed the doors from the pantry and the doors of the landing very hard , asked not to clap, but after 10 minutes everything happened again. My number was 333. I do not recommend this hotel to anyone and I myself will never go back there.
Hyatt Centric the Liberties Dublin
4.6/5113 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Great location Can walk most places easily Pub next for door next door to watch the soccer Easy walk to great bars and restaurants St Paddy’s church on our doorstep Great breakfast and happy attentive staff Great value and nothing too much trouble :)
Glashaus Hotel
4.2/5106 Reviews
I stayed Tuesday 3rd August with my son... We stopped here on the way from Belfast as had v v bad experience there ..from the moment I walked in we were made feel very welcome...the receptionist was lovely and friendly, never got his name... We had our dinner there ..in tge out door area as my brother in law joined us which we didn't mind ... The food was gorgeous,,my son was delighted with his mocktail ... The shopping centre literally 2 mins away so we did abit shopping... The 2 girls the served us were lovely and v friendly .. The breakfast was spot on .. I will definitely be back here...and highly recommend this hotel
Camden Court Hotel
4.3/5102 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We flew into Dublin T1, arriving 12:30 and caught the 784 bus - the stop is literally outside the terminal. A quick and efficent journey straight to Charlotte Way, across the road and into Camden Court for lunch. The hotel staff were friendly, but what really blew us away was the goats cheese salad ..... WOW... sadly we didn't stay at the hotel, but instead caught a 5 minute cab ride to our hotel...

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which hotels near Castletymon Public Library are popular with budget travelers?

    Whether you're travelling for business or going on a holiday, Clink I Lár, Canbe Gardiner House and Jacobs Inn Hostel are popular hotels at great price points.

  • What's the average price of hotels near Castletymon Public Library this weekend?

    According to Trip.com, the average weekend price for 1 night at a hotel in Castletymon Public Library in Dublin is S$ 210. Due to frequent price changes, the above prices are for reference only.

  • What's the average price per night of hotels near Castletymon Public Library?

    According to Trip.com, the average weekend price for 1 night at a hotel in Castletymon Public Library in Dublin is S$ 239. Due to frequent price changes, the above prices are for reference only.

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    Whether you're travelling for business or leisure, Wi-Fi is an essential. Glashaus Hotel, Aspect Hotel Park West and No 9 Rathgar are all popular hotels that have free Wi-Fi.

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    If you like the idea of sampling local flavours while travelling, consider staying at Glashaus Hotel, Aspect Hotel Park West and Maldron Hotel Tallaght . There are plenty of restaurants that serve local dishes near these hotels.

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Dublin: Ireland's Vibrant Heart

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is a mesmerizing mix of history, culture, and modern vibrancy. This lively city, located on Ireland's east coast, is renowned for its friendly locals and stunning architecture. Did you know? Dublin was once home to literary legends like James Joyce and Oscar Wilde, whose influences still pervade the city.

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While Euro is the official currency, most places accept credit cards. English and Irish are the official languages, with English being widely spoken. Embrace local customs by joining the friendly "craic", a unique blend of music, storytelling, and humor that shapes Irish social gatherings.

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From the historic Dublin Castle and St Patrick's Cathedral to the modern Grand Canal Square, the city offers a wealth of attractions. Literature lovers will relish a visit to the Dublin Writers Museum and the James Joyce Centre. The Guinness Storehouse and Temple Bar are must-visit spots for those looking to sample Ireland's famous brews and vibrant nightlife.

Weather Wonders: When to Visit

Dublin experiences a maritime climate with mild winters and cool summers. July and August are the warmest months, with temperatures averaging 66°F (19°C). The city is known for its rainy weather, so packing an umbrella or raincoat is always a good idea. The best time to visit is late spring or early fall when the weather is most pleasant.

Your Dublin Retreat: Where to Stay

Accommodation in Dublin caters to every need. If you're keen to stay close to major attractions, The Westin Dublin offers luxury rooms near Trinity College and Temple Bar. Gourmands will love the centrally located Drury Court Hotel, with its proximity to Dublin's gastronomic scene.

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