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Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Hotels

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and the country’s largest city. It is located on the east coast, overlooking Dublin Bay and the Irish Sea. The Liffey is the main river running through the city, dissecting it into ‘northside’ and ‘southside’. Dublin is considered the economic and business centre of the country, and government sits here. The city population is 1.3million inhabitants. As well as retaining historic and cultural charms, the city mixes contemporary and traditional at most every turn. Here you will find the best of cosmopolitan and elegant hotels, trendy bars & restaurants as well as great museums and heritage trails.

Top Attractions

Dublin has a myriad of visitor attractions to suit all interests and we've compiled a list below of the top visited attractions in ten matters.

  • Guinnes Storehouse
  • Dublin Zoo
  • National Aquatic Center
  • The National Gallery of Ireland
  • Book of Kells
  • National Botanic Gardens
  • Farmleigh House
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral
  • National Museum of Ireland- Archeology
  • Science Gallery at Trinity Center

Where to Stay

If you want to see Dublin inside a week you are best in the real city centre. That way you maximise choice of pubs, restaurants. You are near museums and shopping. The last thing you want to be doing after "going from pub to pub" is having to take public transport home - you want to stroll a few minutes back to your hotel.They are the hotels that are in the centre of everything. Being able to walk to Trinity College, St Stephen's Green and so many pubs you'll be too drunk to see them all from zero minutes up. I think you would be mad to stay out of the centre! But as I said before, it won't be the quietest place on earth! Depending on your budget, choose one of the hotels at center and enjoy the great atmosphere of Dublin!

How to Go to Your Hotel

Dublin Bus – there are a number of regular commuter buses that run from Dublin Airport to the city centre. This is the most cost effective way of getting to the hotel from the airport. However, depending on your arrival time the commuter buses can be very busy with standing room only. Airlink 747 connects Dublin Airport with a number of popular Dublin locations and it takes about 40 min to get to O'Connell Street and the service runs every 15 / 20 min from 6 am till 11:30 pm.

Landmarks

  • ALSAA
  • Announciation Church
  • Artane Shopping Centre
  • Autumn Gift Home Show Dublin
  • Autumn Ideal Home Show
  • Aviva Stadium
  • Back To Our Past
  • Ballsbridge
  • Ballymun Shopping Centre
  • Beaumont Hospital
  • Bloom Dublin
  • Bord Gais Energy Theatre
  • British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society
  • Broombridge Railway Station
  • Cabra
  • Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital
  • Castle Golf Club
  • CATEX Dublin
  • Christ Cathedral
  • City Center
  • Clonshaugh Business and Technology Park
  • Clontarf
  • Collins Barracks Dublin
  • Connolly Railway Station
  • Croke park
  • Custom House
  • Dalkey Castle
  • Dalkey Island
  • Docklands
  • Downtown
  • Drumcondra
  • Dublin Airport
  • Dublin Castle
  • Dublin Marathon Expo
  • Dublin Web Summit
  • Dublin Writers Museum
  • Dublin Zoo
  • Dundrum Town Shopping Centre
  • Dún Laoghaire Harbour
  • Dun Laoghaire Railway Station
  • East Point Business Park
  • ECCO Symposium
  • Edmondstown Golf Course
  • Elm Park Golf Club
  • EMEA Insight Event
  • ERA Conference
  • ESCAP Conference
  • European Cytogenetics Conference
  • FECAVA EuroCongress
  • Food and Wine Show
  • Furry Business Park
  • Futura Home Interiors Show
  • Government Buildings
  • Grafton Street
  • Grand Canal Dock
  • Grange Golf Course
  • Halfpenny Bridge
  • Henry Street
  • Herbert Park
  • Heuston railway station
  • Holiday World
  • Ilac Shopping Centre
  • International Bar Association Annual Conference
  • International Conference on Ocean Energy
  • International Financial Services Centre
  • Ireland International Conference on Education
  • Irish Building exhibition 2011
  • Irish International Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art
  • ISI Meeting
  • Iveagh Gardens
  • Jervis Shopping Centre Dublin
  • Kart City
  • Killiney Golf Club
  • Killiney Hill
  • Lansdowne Road Stadium
  • Leinster House
  • Leopardstown Racecourse
  • Magazine Fort
  • Management World Dublin
  • Marino
  • Mater Misericordiae Hospital
  • Merrion Square Park
  • Milltown Golf Club
  • Mind Body Spirit Festival
  • Morton Stadium
  • Mountjoy
  • National Botanic Gardens
  • National Business Expo
  • National Concert Hall
  • National Gallery of Ireland
  • Natural History Museum
  • New Years Eve Dublin
  • Northern Cross Business Park
  • North Park Business and Office Park
  • Northside Shopping Centre
  • North Wall
  • O'Connel Bridge
  • O'Connell Street
  • Park West
  • Parnell Square
  • Pearse Street Station
  • Pembroke
  • Phibsborough
  • Phoenix Park
  • Portobello
  • Powerscourt Estate And Gardens
  • Professional Beauty Dublin
  • Ranelagh
  • Rathmines
  • RDS Shelbourne Hall
  • Resource Ireland
  • RIAI Architecture Expo
  • Ringsend
  • Rude Health
  • Sandymount
  • Seapoint Martello Tower
  • Shelbourne Park
  • Shop
  • Smithfield
  • Spire of Dublin
  • St. James's Gate Brewery
  • St. James's Hospital
  • St. John of God Hospital
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • St Patrick's Day in Dublin
  • St Stephen green
  • St. Vincent's University Hospital
  • Sustainable Building and Retrofit Show
  • Tara Street railway station
  • Teach an Chustaim Building
  • Temple bar
  • The Coach and Bus Show
  • The Convention Centre Dublin
  • The Energy Show
  • The Four Courts
  • The Grand Canal
  • The Mansion House
  • The O2
  • The Stardust Memorial Park
  • Trinity College In Dublin
  • University College Dublin
  • Urban Paintball
  • War Memorial Gardens
  • Wellington Monument
  • Woodford Business Park

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