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The Merrion Hotel

Merrion Square & Around 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Occupying a cluster of four stately Georgian houses, The Merrion embodies the classical glamour of the 18th century, with a subtly modern twist. — Travel + Leisure

This legendary hotel carries on a grand tradition of personal service and timeless style. — Gayot

Thanks to management's adept style and the meticulous staff, this hotel comes off as a cozier version of the Four Seasons. — Star Service

Stately and spiffy, and splendidly situated... this luxurious hotel actually comprises four exactingly restored Georgian town houses. — Fodor's

Because the property used to be a series of homes, the interior speaks to this by maintaining a comfortable, welcoming feeling. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $431

The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

Merrion Square & Around 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Dublin's true grande dame hotels, the Shelbourne hotel has played a significant role in Irish history. — Frommer's

Because of the hotel's central location, the public rooms are always abuzz with distinguished locals and in-house guests. — Star Service

An airy, Georgian palette (butter yellow and rose) is brought back to earth by boxy Italian cherrywood credenzas. — Concierge

The 265-room Shelbourne, built in 1824, is one of Dublin's best-known luxury icons, with a grand entrance right on St. Stephen's Green and an impressive roster of famous past guests. — Oyster

"Centrally located so you can walk to all the sites in Dublin," such as Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green, this 1824 hotel started off as three consecutive houses. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $272

The Westbury

Grafton Street & Around 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in Dublin’s city center, the Westbury Hotel is located just off Grafton Street, next door to the high-end Westbury Mall, and close to Trinity College and Temple Bar. — Travel + Leisure

This luxurious, chandelier-filled, modern hotel, just off Grafton Street is a favorite with elegantly dressed Dubliners who often stop for afternoon tea in The Gallery. — Fodor's

Hidden away off Grafton Street, straddling the city’s bustling shopping and creative quarters, the hotel its now as intrinsic a part of the Dublin experience as the Ha’penny Bridge. — Forbes Travel Guide

This place has a corporate but luxurious feel, and is popular with international businessmen and affluent tourists alike — The Telegraph

Visiting celebs looking for some quiet time have long favoured the Westbury's elegant suites, where they can watch TV from the Jacuzzi before retiring to a four-poster bed. — Lonely Planet

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from $341

Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin

Grafton Street & Around 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Design hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant in city center, steps from St. Stephens Green and Grafton Street — Jetsetter

This notable boutique-hotel typifies today's "new Ireland," with its sophisticated blend of style, comfort and elegance, in a central location with a few unexpected conveniences thrown in. — Star Service

The Fitzwilliam Hotel is a beautiful design hotel with a fantastic location overlooking St. Stephen's Green. — Oyster

Take an unbeatable location with sweeping views over the Green, add a Michelin-starred restaurant, throw in contemporary design by Terence Conran, and you have a hit on your hands. — Frommer's

This splendidly modern and noticeably friendly hotel is set in the very centre of Dublin’s shopping and entertainment district — The Telegraph

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from $272

InterContinental Dublin

Ballsbridge 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

InterContinental Dublin serves as the city’s most secluded luxury stay — Forbes Travel Guide

This purpose-built modern hotel has been outfitted in a traditional style, more redolent of a country house than you’d think from the imposing brick-and-glass exterior — Frommer's

The sunny conservatory lounge is flawlessly appended to the guests' bar and library to create an elegant, intimate setting befitting the well-heeled clientele. — Star Service

An upscale city bolthole with impeccable service and a hefty dose of Irish charm. — Jetsetter

A handsome, friendly spot: come here for luxury, style and impeccable service in spacious surroundings a 10-minute taxi ride from the city centre. — The Telegraph

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from $251

Number 31

Merrion Square & Around 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What a guesthouse—Number 31 marries a handsome Georgian town house with a mews... inked by a delightful urban garden. — Concierge

Whether your lodging style is sublime Georgian elegance or serene cool modern, this one-in-a-million guesthouse, a short walk from St. Stephen's Green, serves up both. — Fodor's

Part Georgian town house, part groovy seventies crash pad, it's a secluded yet popular 20-room boutique B&B just off St. Stephen's Green. — Travel + Leisure

A guesthouse boasting a modernist mews at the back and a handsome Georgian house at the front; excellent quality accommodation throughout. — The Telegraph

A discreet plaque outside an elegant gate on a tiny side street is your only clue that what lies beyond is an outstanding guesthouse. — Frommer's

Dylan Hotel

Docklands 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern boutique hotel with vibrant use of colour. Supremely comfortable. — Michelin Guide

Part grand Victorian red-brick edifice and part modern extension, the Irish-owned boutique Dylan Hotel offers five-star accommodation in a quiet, quietly affluent corner of the city. — The Telegraph

Cool enough to stay in the Dylan? You wish. This is the boutique hotel that everyone's talking about. — Time Out

On a peaceful cul-de-sac on the edge of the swanky Ballsbridge area, The Dylan is a design-focused boutique hotel, set in a charming old building — Travel + Leisure

Don't let the muted Victorian of Dublin's Dylan hotel fool you; step through the impressive front door and find yourself surrounded by playfully contemporary, sexy décor — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $245

The Clarence

Temple Bar 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Attractive riverside hotel... Stylish and well-run. — Michelin Guide

The Clarence is an upscale 50-room boutique hotel set on the banks of the River Liffey in the center of Dublin. — Oyster

With original wood-paneling in Arts and Crafts style, and luxuriously furnished rooms, this old establishment successfully combines contemporary cool and comfort. — DK Eyewitness

Across the river from The Morrison, this hotel is partly owned by rock-music impresarios Bono and The Edge, front men for U2 — Star Service

This renovated 1852 grand old hotel is the place to sample Temple Bar's nightlife, even if your pals are too busy rocking to hang. — Fodor's

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from $152

The Westin Dublin

Grafton Street & Around 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Reconstructed from three 19th-century landmark buildings across the road from Trinity College, the Westin is all about location. — Fodor's

Historic 19th-century bank-turned-hotel in the heart of Dublin with a restaurant and bar. — Jetsetter

Despite the grand surroundings, however, service is friendly and down-to-earth. — Concierge

The Westin makes good use of this building's grand, 19th-century facade (the building was once a bank) -- it promises real luxury and the interior easily fulfills it. — Frommer's

A smart hotel set over 6 period buildings, with comfy lounges, impressive conference rooms and good facilities. — Michelin Guide

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from $327

Brooks Hotel

Grafton Street & Around 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You can't fault the location of the comfortable, efficient four-star Brooks Hotel. — Concierge

Smart, boutique-style townhouse hidden down a backstreet... Experienced owner keeps a keen eye over proceedings. — Michelin Guide

Try a night cap- Red Breast 12 at the Brooks Hotel, piano playing, great atmosphere. — Afar Magazine

The rather cramped guest rooms of this sophisticated hotel on Drury Street feature dark purple and muted gold colour schemes that will look lovely to some, tacky to others. — Time Out

This Dublin hotel offers guests a number of luxe amenities—including an on-site cinema—but for spirits fans, the whiskey tastings at the Jasmine Bar are a sure bet. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $240

The Marker Hotel

Docklands 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dublin’s Marker offers stylish interiors, comfy beds and hearty breakfasts, in an attractive Docklands location — The Telegraph

In a city rife with landmarks, antiques and a history that stretches back centuries, it's refreshing to discover the modern side to Dublin — Forbes Travel Guide

There’s a rooftop bar that feels straight out of Miami (albeit a colder, damper Miami), an out-there checkerboard facade, and futuristic interiors like an all-white honeycomb. — Afar Magazine

This modern-luxe hotel is set in the middle of Dublin’s “Silicon Docks”—right by Google’s European headquarters—a rapidly emerging hotspot within the city. — Condé Nast Traveler

The bedroom aesthetic is Scandanivan modern with random spashes of bold colors like purple and citrus green. — Fodor's

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from $261

Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin

Grafton Street & Around 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Dublin Airport branch of Radisson offers space, relaxation, a child-friendly vibe, and the tried-and-tested guarantees of a familiar hotel brand – all within easy walking distance of the terminal buildings — The Telegraph

This centrally located, purpose-built hotel adds a splash of gleaming glass and silver metal sophistication to old town Dublin. — Star Service

Located on the quiet stretch of Golden Lane between St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Temple Bar, the new Radisson Blu Royal is perfect for design-forward business travelers. — Travel + Leisure

Our favourite hotel in this price range is an excellent example of how sleek lines and muted colours combine beautifully with luxury, ensuring a memorable night's stay. — Lonely Planet

The Radisson Blu Royal is a 150-room, contemporary luxury property on the south side of the River Liffey. — Oyster

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from $233

Ariel House

Docklands 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Little effort has been spared in recreating an authentic Victorian experience in this quaint Ballsbridge hotel. — Oyster

This highly rated Victorian-era property has 28 rooms with private bathrooms, all individually decorated in period furniture, which lends the place an air of genuine luxury. — Lonely Planet

This charming guesthouse in Ballsbridge has won several plaudits over the last few years. And rightly so—it’s a smoothly run, good value-for-the-money operation. — Frommer's

Personally run Victorian townhouse with comfy, traditionally styled guest areas and antique furnishings. — Michelin Guide

A seriously impressive award-winning guesthouse occupying two Victorian townhouses next to the Aviva Stadium. — The Telegraph

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from $147

Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin

North of the Liffey 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Gresham Hotel is centrally located on the north side of the River Liffey in Dublin's city center. — Oyster

In a busy area five blocks north of the Liffey, right on the city's historic central thoroughfare, this hotel occupies a landmark 1817 building — Star Service

A solid city-center option at a good price. — Fodor's

One of Dublin’s oldest and best-known hotels, the Gresham is a popular rendezvous spot with ever-lively public areas. — DK Eyewitness

A key part of Dublin's political and leisure history (it featured in the Easter Rising as a refuge and, later, as a hideout), the Gresham has been taking care of visitors for 200 years. — Time Out

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from $141

The Morrison, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

North of the Liffey 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

While some hotels would sit back and bask in the glory of their success, this is the kind of place that prefers to keep one step ahead of the crowd. — Concierge

The comfortable rooms plead to be enjoyed, with Egyptian-cotton bed linen and the sheer decadence of Portuguese limestone in the bathrooms. — Time Out

Now operated by Hilton Doubletree, you won't sleep in more luxurious surroundings anywhere on the north side. — Lonely Planet

With its contemporary styling, the Morrison vies with the Clarence for the title of most media-hip hotel in town. — Insight Guides

This is one of Dublin's newest, and only, hip design hotels, and the Doubletree tradition of warm cookies at check-in is an added perk. — Star Service

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from $256

Buswells Hotel

Grafton Street & Around 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not so much grand as comfortable and quaint, with a matchless situation in the very heart of the city. The Aircoach stops across the road. — The Telegraph

It has a central location beside government buildings... requented by political figures. — DK Eyewitness

This small, traditional four-story hotel—a series of five bricked Georgian town houses—holds plenty of old-fashioned historic charm, at least in the public areas. — Star Service

The 69 bedrooms have all been given the once-over, but have left their Georgian charm intact. — Lonely Planet

This traditional hotel has a wonderful sense of class that saves it from feeling stuffy. — Frommer's

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from $126

The Morgan

Temple Bar 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It was built to attract to the Spice Girls, now it just caters to girls (and guys) on a spicy weekend in Dublin. — Lonely Planet

The Morgan is slotted into the very heart of the Temple Bar entertainment quarter – and thus into the heart of the Irish capital. — The Telegraph

The historic four-story building blends right into bohemian Temple Bar, but the interior fosters an avant-garde mood without the usual high prices and tiresome pretensions. — Star Service

The Morgan is, first and foremost, a trendy hotel... but it is also a very comfortable and attractive spot in which to lay your head for a few nights. — Time Out

The Morgan is a boutique hotel located in Temple Bar, the "cultural quarter" and nightlife center in Dublin. — Oyster

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from $195

The Spencer Hotel Dublin IFSC

Docklands 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This high-rise hotel in the middle of the International Financial Services Centre has been a surprise hit with all travelers interested in the business of good value and clean, quiet rooms. — Fodor's

All smooth straight lines and extra touches, this relaxing, modern hotel is a good option for business travelers. — Frommer's

Yes, it's a chain hotel, and big with business travellers; but don't be put off. This is an excellent hotel: great looking, well run, fabulous location, decent prices and lots of extras. — Time Out

This swanky business hotel in the heart of the Irish Financial Services Centre has beautiful rooms decorated with contemporary light oak furnishings, Respa beds and rainforest power showers. — Lonely Planet

Come here for a dash of energy in a city-centre location. — The Telegraph

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from $157

Schoolhouse Hotel

Docklands 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Schoolhouse is a charming, historic hotel located in the leafy Ballsbridge neighborhood. — Oyster

Excuse the pun, but this converted Victorian parochial school just off the Grand Canal really is A-plus. — Fodor's

A 19th-century Dublin schoolhouse, before it became a boutique hotel, offering comfortable and reasonably priced accommodation close to the Aviva stadium and RDS concert arena. — The Telegraph

Spacious, well-kept bedrooms - most in the extension - boast William Morris designed fabrics and locally built Mackintosh-style furniture. — Michelin Guide

A Victorian schoolhouse dating from 1861, this beautiful building has been successfully converted into an exquisite boutique hotel that is (ahem) ahead of its class. — Lonely Planet

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from $119

Paramount Hotel Temple Bar

Temple Bar 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Behind the Victorian facade, the lobby is a faithful re-creation of a 1930s hotel, complete with dark-wood floors, deep-red leather Chesterfield couches and heavy velvet drapes. — Lonely Planet

With a discreet entrance tucked onto the side street, this voguish art-deco hotel occupies a rehabilitated historic building a block north of Dublin Castle and the city hall — Star Service

Stylish rooms, a slew of amenities and a great location just south of the Liffey. — EuroCheapo

You'd never guess it from sitting in the Turk's Head bar on a Saturday night, but this hotel is something of a hidden gem. — Time Out

The 64-room Paramount Hotel is located in the popular Temple Bar area, the "cultural quarter" of Dublin known for its nightlife. — Oyster

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from $117
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