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The Gibson Hotel
4.4/5107 Reviews
Dublin City Center
The sanitation is very good, the room layout is reasonable and neat, far from the city, but the downstairs is the starting point of the tram, it is very convenient to go to the airport, the 747 and 757 are separated by a small block on the south side of the hotel. 7 euros direct to the airport. It seems that green apples are available every day in the corridor. The restaurant bar is good and there is an open-air balcony outside.
The Spencer Hotel
4.3/5119 Reviews
Dublin City Center
Nice Hotel-stayed here before -even has a swimming pool which is unusual in Dublin. Great location making easy to get around -did not eat there as had early flight but room beautiful with all amenities in place -had courtyard facing room -was very quiet -overall great stay-will return.
The Alex
4.4/5107 Reviews
Dublin City Center
I have stayed at 4 or 5 hotels in my various trips to Ireland. I even stayed at a 5 star resort the last time I traveled here and I will say hands down the room at the Alex was by far the nicest room I have stayed in. It's not directly in the town center but it's just a 10 min walk away and one I didn't mind based on the quality of the room. My only wish was that it had a pool. There is a work out facility across the street that I never checked out so one might have been there. If I ever go back to Dublin I would definitely stay here again. They have a couple of restaurants near by both places were excellent one served the best fish in chips that I have ever had the other had a great Guinness beef pie.
Pembroke Townhouse
4.3/557 Reviews
Parking is complimentary and on a first come first served basis. The lobby has a simple desk in the centre, with complimentary coffee, water and Pastries nearby. Staff professional and friendly with payment taken on arrival. We stayed in the loft room, which has an upstairs section to fit 3 persons. There are snack and drinks available in room (pay for on checkout) and the bathroom is bright and clean. The beds are comfortable and carpet spot-less. The room overlooks the main street, which on a match day be noisy, but not something that is loudly apparent when the window is closed. A beautiful hotel and very comfortable in a well kept area.
Roxford Lodge Hotel
4.5/5102 Reviews
We stayed at the Roxford Lodge for 3 nights in September 2022. We arrived wearily after an overnight flight, at 10:00 am. While check-in is clearly stated to begin at 3 pm, the front desk provided us with complimentary tea and croissants in the front room while they readied a room of a guest who had checked out early. Not expected at all, but so appreciated. When it turned out later that our particular room was affected by some unexpected noise, the hotel staff again graciously accommodated our request for a room change the following day, and upgraded the room type as well. While the rooms could benefit from a little updating, the overall hospitality is reason enough to book a stay here. It appears that the lodge is owned by a woman and has an all-female staff, which was nice to see. The location is excellent. It is situated in a lovely neighborhood that is within a 20-minute walk to Trinity College and City Center. In addition, we found some great places to eat breakfast and dinner within a 5-7 minute walk. Thank you for a lovely stay!
Beckett Locke
4.5/5126 Reviews
Dublin City Center
We stayed at the Beckett Locke in July 2023. After having a bad experience with another hotel we decided to book and check in at 10:30pm and as soon as we arrived we felt like we were home. We stayed in a 1 bedroom apartment which had so much space! The bed was comfortable and the block out curtains were great and we both slept so well. Having a washer dryer machine in the room was an extra bonus. Would highly recommend staying at any of the Locke accomodation (we’ve also stayed at a Locke in a London which was equally good!)

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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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