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Rochestown Lodge Hotel & Spa - Dun Laoghaire Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Rochestown Lodge Hotel & Spa

Rochestown Avenue, Dun Laoghaire - Map
"Good hotel, friendly staff and welcoming."
Enjoyed our stay very much. Bus stop was right outside the hotel, but often walked into Dun Laoghaire to get the dart into Dublin, which took about forty minutes. Walked into the pleasant village of Dalkey. Visited Malahide and Howth. We had evening meal in the hotel four out of the five nights we stayed, and enjoyed everyone.
Traveller from Middlesbrough
Superb International Rochestown Lodge Hotel Dublin furbished to the highest of standards - 15 minutes from Dublin City and …More
Dean Hotel Dublin - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Dean Hotel Dublin

33 Harcourt St, Dublin - Map
"A beautiful hotel, some tiny rooms, great location"
The Dean is a beautifully designed hotel (aesthetically) and really frustrating (room and noise wise). I understand that different rooms at different prices have different sizes, I have stayed in small rooms before, this however, was ridiculous for 3 people a room. I think we ended up on the worst floor, the 2nd. The elevators go to the 2nd floor, but there are stairs to the actual room. NOT fun with 3 giant suitcases. I knew I booked the bunk bed room, it seemed like a fun experience. The beds were a good size and VERY comfortable so we slept well, once we finally could sleep. The hotel has a club literally downstairs (didn't know this at booking) and the yelling of drunk club kids and club music can be heard very LOUDLY in the room. One of us could only sleep with earplugs. The noise was obnoxious. The room makes the most of the small space with the bunk layout and desk, but its completely unusable for 3 people. There was no closet to put any clothes or shelving. There was no room for 3 suitcases. We made do. However, what ruined it was the bathroom. It was a large window at the top which looks directly at the top bunk. The person at the top can see EVERYTHING inside the bathroom. This made me extremely uncomfortable and wish the hotel mentioned this upfront. We often used the bathroom in the hallway and the top bunk person wasn't allowed up when one of us had to shower, but they had nowhere to sit. The shower has no proper door, so everything gets wet.
Traveller from New York, NY
The Fitzwilliam Hotel - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Fitzwilliam Hotel

2 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin - Map
"Great central location"
Exceptionally helpful staff, especially the concierge Victor.
Traveller from UK
Roslin Lodge - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Roslin Lodge

63 Terenure Road East, Dublin - Map
"Get what you pay for"
Not flash but was cheap accommodation. Handy to local shops and bus stop. Short bus ride to the city. Room was spacious and had a good bathroom but beds were not very comfortable.
Traveller from Auckland
Phoenix Park Hotel - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Phoenix Park Hotel

38-39 Parkgate Street, Dublin - Map
"Nice hotel close to lots of attractions"
We stayed there to meet up with family and attend the match between Ireland and Wales. One of our guests had a car and there was no parking available so that was disappointing. Also the t.v. reception was not very good and when we requested a light bulb for a lamp in our room to read there was not one available so we went three days with only one bright overhead light available. However, the staff were nice and the restaurant was nice and the hotel is in a great location so we enjoyed our stay !
Traveller from Cardiff
Lyndon House - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Lyndon House

26 Gardiner Place, Dublin - Map
3.3 out of 5 (10 reviews)
The Lyndon Guest House in Dublin is of historical and architectural interest. All of our handsome guest rooms in this Dublin …More
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport formerly Bewleys Dublin Airport - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport formerly Bewleys Dublin Airport

Stockhole Lane, Dublin - Map
"clayton convienence"
I enjoyed my stay at the Clayton. I had stayed while it was a Bewely's. The food was great, the hotel was clean. My only knocks on the hotel would be, the hallway carpets needed vacuming, the luggage scale was broken and there was no business center, only a coin operated internet. Loved the free wifi.
Traveller from ny
Carnegie Court Hotel - Swords Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Carnegie Court Hotel

North Street, Swords - Map
Stayed here the evening if my fathers 80th birthday dinner. Parking was great , we were able to collect our daughter from the airport quickly. Room was very spacious and clean.
Traveller from Mohill, Co Leitrim
Maples House Hotel - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Maples House Hotel

79-81 Iona Road, Dublin - Map
2.9 out of 5 (7 reviews)
The Marker Hotel - Dublin Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Marker Hotel

Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin - Map
"Style and substance"
It's stylish for sure, but unlike so many others they're also focussed on guest comfort and service. Excellent property.
A Traveller
Located on the vibrant Grand Canal Square overlooking the waterfront and next to Dublins newest Theatre, the Bord Gais Energy …More

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    Pocket Guide: Dublin

    Dublin (known as Baile Atha Cliath in Irish), is Ireland’s largest city and capital, and one of the most popular destinations in the country. Dublin city is not only a cultural hub in Ireland, but it’s also a must see city for anyone visiting Europe. Alive on every street corner with culture and history and home to some of the world’s literary greats (Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Jonathan Swift) and of course birthplace of many global musicians (U2, Sinead O’ Connor and Bob Geldof).

    Dublin is as rich in history as it is in famous sons and daughters. Experience this in Ireland’s oldest pub - ‘Brazen Head’ (dating back to 1198).Take a stroll through Dublin’s signature cobble stone streets filled with pubs and eateries and if you’re feeling like a real tourist expedition – don’t forget Temple Bar - a lively colourful place filled with people regardless of the day of the week or time of day.

    The City Tours and Trinity College

    There are also multiple City Tours to choose from which operate around all the major destinations of Dublin. The buses function as a hop-on-hop-off option, so your stops are limitless, and with so much to see and do in Dublin you’ll really get the most from this. There’s masses to see, such as the admired destination Kilmainham Gaol and the remarkable Trinity college where the ancient book of Kells rests offering you more history and culture awaits you in this acclaimed academic institution.

    Enjoy a Pint of the Black Stuff at the Home of Guinness

    However, one tourist attraction tops the list for many visitors and that is of course the premises of Mr Arthur Guinness’s - ‘Guinness Store House’. Observe how the stout is carefully crafted and get educated on the importance of how to pull the perfect Guinness. Once you master the art of pouring Guinness or indeed have your Guinness poured for you by the expert, you can also feast your eyes upon the magnificent 360 degrees view over the entire city whilst sipping on a pint of the magic ‘black stuff’; a truly exquisite experience.

    Enjoy the Great Outdoors at Phoenix Park

    If you’re looking to escape the hustle of Dublin city then Phoenix Park is a must see. The impressive manicured grounds and gardens offer the Dublin visitor the perfect chance to relax and unwind from the busy city. But it’s by no means meek; in fact Phoenix Park is twice the size of the famous Central Park in New York. Phoenix Park is also home to Dublin Zoo, a must see for families or those of you with an interest in wildlife and adventure. And last but by no means least - Phoenix Park is also residence to the Irish President, ‘Aras an Uachtarain’.

    Dublin is Alive and Thriving

    Experience Georgian Dublin at Merrion Square and a short distance away you’ll observe the beauty of St. Stephens Green. Dublin has hotels that suit every need, from small boutique, to cheap and cheerful right through to being a king of luxury and nesting in your very own castle. Dublin is alive, thriving, beautiful and warm – visit Dublin to experience world class culture alongside warm history embedded is tradition.

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