Golden Ln and Chancery Ln, Dublin, Dublin, Dublin 8
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The price is €270 per night from 29 May to 30 May€270
29 May - 30 May
4.5/5 Wonderful! (995 reviews)
"We had a wonderful time at the Radisson Blu Dublin. The people were unreal about how nice they were. Never had a staff at a hotel be as nice as them. Dublin is a great place, had one of the best times of my life there. Can't wait to return. This hotel is very close to everything, barely a walk to ..."
16-18 Fishamble Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Dublin, 2
The price is €182 per night from 13 Jun to 14 Jun€182
13 Jun - 14 Jun
4.3/5 Excellent! (66 reviews)
"This hotel is in a good central location. They were in the process of doing some much needed renovations and adding a restaurant. The reception staff were all very friendly and helpful. We arrived early and they were able to put our bags in storage before our check-in time. All in all- a good ..."
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Frequently asked questions
On a trip to City Centre Dublin, those interested in local history can spend an afternoon exploring the monuments. Be sure to check out the major shopping area and fascinating museums while you're here. You can also discover the great live music in this vibrant area.
City Centre Dublin has 537 hotels and other lodging options bookable on Expedia, including 74 historic hotels or hotels close to historic sites.
City Centre Dublin is notable for its monuments and landmarks like Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral and Ha' Penny Bridge. Known for its museums and live music, cultural venues include Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, 3Arena and Button Factory. Other popular sights include O'Connell Street and Grafton Street.
By choosing a historic hotel, you can spend a night or two in a place that has an official historic designation. A castle, stately home, palace or even a pub, lodge, old police station or skyscraper can be turned into a historic hotel provided that it has special significance. Traditional architecture and period features are typically found in the public spaces and guestrooms of these historic hotels in City Centre Dublin, giving a sense of history.
“Heritage hotel” is more common in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S. but overall the terms are quite similar. The physical building and architecture of historic hotels tend to be what's most important. For a heritage hotel, it's mainly the cultural value and how it inspired the community.
Hotels include modern conveniences and safety features you might expect, while every effort is made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Smart TVs, WiFi, updated bathroom facilities and the usual amenities found at a contemporary hotel should be available at a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you select a historic hotel in City Centre Dublin, you won't be staying at a place that is rundown or uncomfortable.
Recent Reviews in City Centre Dublin
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"It was right across the street from Heuston Station where our tour started."
A verified traveller stayed at Ashling Hotel Dublin
"The staff was outstanding and made you feel welcomed and happy to have you stay with them. The team at Temple Bar Inn were a cohesive group that made every effort too make your stay the best possible experience."
"This hotel literally spills out its front door to everything you would want to visit. Terrific shopping, pubs galore, a short walk to museums and tour bus Meeting spots. The staff was wonderful and the hotel restaurants superb. Would absolutely stay here again. "