Dublin Trinity College
Compared with the rest of Ireland 's hotels, Dublin hotels are so expensive. Most hotels are located South of the Liffey River. The most popular areas in Dublin include Nightlife Center, Temple Bar and parks, St. Stephens Green and Merrion Square.
Dublin city centre is small and most tourist attractions are not far from each other. Even if you choose to stay at the Northern side of the Liffey, there are plenty of bridges that take you over to the South side of the river. According to users, these are the best choices among top tourist hotels in Dublin:
This luxurious and stylish, 44-room luxury hotel is situated in a quiet neighbourhood - South of Liffey, 750 meters from Grafton Street. All rooms are equipped with internet access, minibar, plasma TV and MP3 player. Also, there is a restaurant and bar.
Jurys Croke Park Hotel
Croke Park Stadium, Jones Road
This is a new 4-star hotel, with its own bar and restaurant. Located approximately 1.5 kilometres Northeast of the city centre near Croke Park Stadium. All 232 rooms are sound proofed and with air conditioning, minibar, internet access, wide screen TV and CD player. There is a gym and guest parking.
Ripley Court Hotel
Talbot Street 37
Ripley Court Hotel is a 3 star hotel located at O'Connell Street, five minutes walk from Liffey and Connolly Station. There is a bar and restaurant, all 100 rooms are equipped with a television.
Cara Grand Canal Hotel
Grand Canal Street
This is a new 3-star hotel. It has 142 rooms, all equipped with television, telephone, hair dryer, internet access and kettle. Located in a quiet and cosy area, the hotel has a decent bar and restaurant where the locals come.
Cavendish Row, Upper O'Connell Street
This is a 3-star hotel with 113 rooms is located in Northern Dublin. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning and internet access.