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Marlin Hotel Dublin is in a prime location in the centre of Dublin, 400 metres from Dublin Castle. 600 metres from St. Stephen's Green, the hotel offers a fitness centre and a bar. Fab location...fun, modern and lovely happy staff.

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2,601 reviews
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HK$ 931
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A brand new hotel overlooking the Grand Canal in Dublin 2, Clayton Hotel Charlemont boasts a shared lounge, Red Bean Roastery, Lockside Bar/Social and Gaudens Restaurant. Upon arrival we were greeted very enthusiastically by Damir, who later came to greet us in our room with fresh milk and chocolates. The room was super comfortable, clean, quiet and very modern. Some views of the area and next to the barge canal. A few minutes bus/train/cab ride to the center of town where many of the city attractions are located. We loved our stay at the Clayton Hotel Charlemont and highly recommend it for your next stay in Dublin.

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2,058 reviews
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HK$ 1,016
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Featuring a restaurant and bar, Hotel 7 offers accommodation in Dublin, 700 metres from Croke Park Stadium and a 16-minute walk from Temple Bar. Free WiFi is available at the property. Location, comfortable, friendly staff.

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9.2
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2,130 reviews
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HK$ 838
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Situated on Grand Canal Square in the heart of Dublin’s business and cultural quarter, The Marker features a ground-floor cocktail bar & brasserie, free WiFi and a spa with 4 treatment rooms and a... Great location, great gym and pool, great service

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9.2
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1,361 reviews
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Opposite Croke Park Stadium, this luxury 4-star hotel boasts spacious rooms with 50-inch Smart TVs. Guests can enjoy hot towels on arrival, free parking, and a European bistro. Wonderful staff - the friendliest we have ever encountered in a hotel! Lovely hotel with very comfortable and spacious rooms and a great location. Highly recommend!

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2,334 reviews
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HK$ 983
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Overlooking the River Liffey, The Ashling Hotel is beside Heuston Station in Dublin. This 4-star hotel has beautifully decorated interiors, spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a stylish bar. Clean comfortable. Nice bar area. Very handy tram link to the station and centre of town

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3,198 reviews
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Set in an 11th-century castle the Clontarf Hotel combines ancient architecture with 21st-century facilities. It felt more genuine than the pictures showed. Good job keeping the old castle feeling and being modern

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1,512 reviews
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HK$ 719
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In the Temple Bar area, The Morgan Hotel has luxurious rooms near Trinity College. Guests can enjoy free WiFi. Amazing location! Very clean facility and helpful friendly staff

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1,522 reviews
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HK$ 1,287
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This luxury boutique-style hotel is located in Ballsbridge, 1.5 miles from Dublin city centre. It offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, comfortable beds and Nespresso coffee machines. That the house was spacious and well stocked.

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9.1
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1,461 reviews
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Overlooking the picturesque St Stephen’s Green, this Georgian hotel offers rooms with garden or park views in the very centre of Dublin. Convenient to sights and comfortable

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9.2
Superb
1,157 reviews
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HK$ 923
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FAQs about hotels in Dublin

  • For hotels in Dublin that serve up a highly-rated breakfast, try The Devlin Dublin, Hotel 7 and Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown.

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Dublin cost HK$ 904 per night, and 4-star hotels in Dublin are HK$ 1,200 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Dublin can on average be found for HK$ 2,482 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Hotel 7, The Marker Hotel and Stauntons on the Green Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Dublin.

  • On average, it costs HK$ 808 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Dublin for tonight. You'll pay on average around HK$ 1,078 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Dublin will cost around HK$ 2,166 (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Travellers who stayed in Dublin near Dublin Airport (DUB) have said good things about Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport, Radisson BLU Hotel Dublin Airport and Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport.

  • 网上体彩投注appThe average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Dublin this weekend is HK$ 1,273 or, for a 4-star hotel, HK$ 1,450. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Dublin for this weekend cost on average around HK$ 2,499 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • The Marker Hotel, The Mont and The Merrion Hotel have received great reviews from travellers in Dublin regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

  • Many families visiting Dublin loved staying at The Merrion Hotel, Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown and Ranelagh Rooms.

  • These hotels in Dublin are highly rated by couples: The Merrion Hotel, Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown and Stauntons on the Green Hotel.

  • Some of the best hotels in Dublin near 3Arena include 2 Mikes Homestay, The Gibson Hotel and The Marker Hotel.

  • Dublin City Centre, Ballsbridge and Temple Bar are popular with other travellers visiting Dublin.

Great History, Greenery and Pubs

Dublin is home to more than a quarter of the entire Republic of Ireland’s population and was originally founded as a Viking settlement. A lot has changed from those Viking days, and Dublin is now famous for its literary history and the most green-spaces of any other European capital, making Dublin a real Irish gem.

Dublin Castle is at the heart of the city's history and Trinity College holds the renowned Book of Kells, a beautifully illustrated manuscript from circa 800 AD. The Ha’penny Bridge is the city’s most photographed landmark and the statue of Molly Malone celebrates the heroine of Dublin’s unofficial anthem.

网上体彩投注appDublin is home to many important literary figures including Oscar Wilde, William Yeats, Samuel Beckett and George Bernard Shaw. As the famous location of James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, the city offers tours tracing the protagonist’s footsteps.

网上体彩投注appBeing one of the most youthful European cities, Dublin has a vibrant nightlife scene with the popular Temple Bar area and plenty of bars and pubs, which invite you to stay out until the wee hours of the morning.

网上体彩投注appThe Dublin Airport is the gateway to your Irish holiday, so whether you’re looking for a stylish hotel, a self-catering apartment or a trendy hostel, Booking.com has a perfect deal for your Dublin trip.

网上体彩投注appLearn more about visiting Dublin

  • 39 attractions
  • 92 points of interest
  • 8 neighbourhoods
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