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The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

Merrion Square & Around 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Its main bar and The Saddle Room restaurant are popular fixtures on the city's social scene and afternoon tea in the Lord Mayor's Lounge is something of a Dublin tradition. — The Telegraph

Landmark Georgian hotel with elegant guest areas... High level of services and extras. — Michelin Guide

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

"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

Keen to research your family's Irish roots? Save an afternoon for a meeting with the hotel's Genealogy Butler. — Travel + Leisure

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The Merrion Hotel

Merrion Square & Around 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Merrion Hotel opens into a series of period drawing rooms fragranced by turf fires and adorned with Ireland's largest collection of private art — The Telegraph

This Upper Merrion Street hotel opposite the Government Buildings comprises four eighteenth-century Georgian town houses built for wealthy Irish merchants and nobility. — Condé Nast Traveler

In a city of spotty service, the staff here does a good impression of having had decades of practice, and the look of the place is weathering beautifully. — Concierge

Housed in four restored Georgian houses, the Merrion is a deeply feminine, traditionally elegant hotel. — Frommer's

Housed inside four restored, listed Georgian houses, the Merrion doesn't shy away from a little frill here, a delicate striped couch there. — Time Out

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Number 31

Merrion Square & Around 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Unique house with retro styling, personally run by hospitable couple. — Michelin Guide

With an elegant, contemporary design theme and a cozy, welcoming vibe, this property is a favorite for guests who want to stay close to the shopping and dining — Oyster

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

Reputedly the most stylish guesthouse in the city, this elegant Georgian house is more of a boutique hotel than a B&B, with individually decorated, luxurious bedrooms. — DK Eyewitness

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

The Westbury

Grafton Street & Around 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This place has a corporate but luxurious feel, and is popular with international businessmen and affluent tourists alike. The rooms are fabulously comfortable, with silk curtains, and... — The Telegraph

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

The Westbury is a luxurious hotel located in the heart of Dublin, just off Grafton Street and within walking distance of major sights. — Oyster

The understated style of its guest rooms (and the myriad luxurious touches, such as the Acqua di Parma bathroom products) exudes wealth and sophistication. — Time Out

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

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InterContinental Dublin

Ballsbridge 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If money is no object, the Four Seasons lures you like a De Beers diamond draws a socialite. — Frommer's

The impressive landscaping—it has 4 acres of gardens—aims to make the hotel seem like an oasis. — Fodor's

It may be something of an eyesore from the outside... but the characteristically luxurious Four Seasons property has some of the largest and best-appointed guest rooms in town. — Travel + Leisure

Sure, the odd clue that you're in Ireland is discernible—the Celtic seaweed treatments in the excellent spa, for instance—but really, this could be anywhere. If that bothers you, stay away. — Concierge

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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The Clarence

Temple Bar 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

City-centre, riverside location, backing onto Temple Bar. The Art Deco interior has been lovingly restored by new owners (who include U2). — Insight Guides

The Clarence occupies an imposing and historic building overlooking Dublin’s quays and River Liffey — The Telegraph

The hotel's owners include Bono and The Edge of the band U2. This Arts and Crafts hotel was restored by the singer and the guitarist and reopened in 1992. — Travel + Leisure

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

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Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin

Grafton Street & Around 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stylish, U-shaped hotel set around a huge roof garden - the largest in Europe. — Michelin Guide

You couldn't pick a more prestigious spot on the Dublin Monopoly board than this minimalist Terence Conrad–designed number overlooking the Green. — Lonely Planet

A very smart hotel overlooking St Stephen's Green (and with the benefit of an in-house Michelin-starred restaurant, Thornton's), the Fitzwilliam is undeniably posh. — Time Out

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

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

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Brooks Hotel

Grafton Street & Around 84 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

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

Public spaces and the bar are a warm and cozy refuge from temperamental Irish weather, with leather chairs, high-veneer oak paneling, and decorative bookcases. — Fodor's

Family-run Brooks offers something rare and valuable – a stylish and truly snug refuge from the world — The Telegraph

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

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The Westin Dublin

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

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

Formerly a grand branch of the Allied Irish Bank, this fine old building was gutted and reborn as a stylish upmarket hotel. — Lonely Planet

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

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

The Westin's imposing 19th-century façade (the building was once a bank) suggests an interior of traditional grandeur and exclusivity, and happily, the reality does not disappoint. — Time Out

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Dylan Hotel

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

Although hidden away on a quiet lane, this chic 44-room Victorian is getting a lot of attention as the hotel of the moment. — Concierge

The Dylan Hotel is a stylish 44-room boutique with a quiet and safe location in Dublin 4, an upscale neighborhood a short walk from the city center. — Oyster

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

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

The Dylan's baroque-meets-Scandinavian-sleek designer look has been a big hit. — Lonely Planet

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Ariel House

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

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

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

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

The homemade preserves and oven-warm scones are reason enough to stay at this redbrick 1850 Victorian guesthouse, in one of Dublin's poshest tree-lined suburbs. — Fodor's

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

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Buswells Hotel

Grafton Street & Around 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

The rooms are distributed across three Georgian buildings and exude charm, from their hefty Georgian windows to the views of the broad streets below. — Time Out

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

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Generator Hostel Dublin

North of the Liffey 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Dublin branch of the Generator family of hostels is an impressive place: funky, centrally located, well resourced and with all-day food and drink on offer, it’s a sociable base for an economical city holiday — The Telegraph

Located in one of Dublin’s newer neighborhoods, Generator’s wine-bottle lights and book-supported tables give this hostel a high-tech-meets-hipster-meets-creative juices vibe — Let's Go

Converted from a hotel, the six-story Generator Hostel Dublin can accommodate up to 540 guests — Oyster

Hip, award-winning hostel in Dublin’s Smithfield Square area, with shared and private rooms and a buzzing bar — Jetsetter

This European chain brings its own brand of funky, fun design to Dublin's hostel scene, with bright colours, comfortable dorms (including women-only) and a lively social scene — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin

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

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

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

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

This landmark hotel shed its traditional granny's parlour look with a major overhaul some years ago. — Lonely Planet

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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Avalon House

Grafton Street & Around 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the longest established hostels in the city, the centrally located Avalon House provides cheap and cheerful accommodations in a restored redbrick Victorian building. — DK Eyewitness

Far enough from the Dublin pub action to be a decent choice for the quieter hostel lover. — EuroCheapo

A firm favourite among Dublin's budget travellers, this pleasantly warm and cheery guesthouse occupies a lovely old red-brick building. — Time Out

The 72-room Avalon House, one of the oldest hostels in Dublin, is a lively budget property that's within walking distance of many tourist attractions — Oyster

This warm and friendly hostel in a beautiful old redbrick building is a not-so-well-kept secret among those who travel to Dublin on a budget. — Frommer's

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The Morrison, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

North of the Liffey 80 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 riverfront location in central Dublin is superb, with most of the city center within walking distance. Rooms also have an uber-modern aesthetic — Oyster

Fashion fans will have no trouble pegging the design of this trendy hotel as the work of the uber-cool John Rocha. — Frommer's

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

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from $256

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

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

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

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from $119

Isaacs Hostel

North of the Liffey 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the street, the Isaacs Hostel has an undeniable, ramshackle charm. Bright red trim pops against a well-worn exterior of brick and stone. The reception area is similarly attractive. — EuroCheapo

Isaacs Hostel is a two-pearl property housed in a converted 19th-century wine vault that's within walking distance of many popular Dublin sites and is well serviced by public transportation — Oyster

There seem to be a million hostels near Gardiner Street, but this is the one that you want to stay at — Let's Go

The north-side's best hostel – hell, for atmosphere alone it's the best in town – is in a 200-year-old wine vault just around the corner from the main bus station. — Lonely Planet

This is the aristocrat of Dublin's hostels. ... It has the usual mix of bunk beds, lockers and TV rooms, but adds a heady cocktail of extras like...a restaurant and an attractive (free) sauna. — Time Out

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Aberdeen Lodge

Docklands 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not only is this absolutely one of Dublin's best guesthouses, but it's a carefully guarded secret, known only to those who dare stay a short train ride from the city centre. — Lonely Planet

Part of the Halpin brand, this boutique property is located in the wealthy neighborhood of Ballsbridge. — Travel + Leisure

The Aberdeen Lodge is a charming mid-range hotel with bay windows and climbing ivy, surrounded by brick walls. — Oyster

One impressive hotel. Comfy lounge, warm homely atmosphere and well-equipped bedrooms. — Michelin Guide

Drive up to this elegant Regency building in the springtime, and its front can be so covered in ivy as to resemble a vertical lawn with spaces cut for the windows. — Frommer's

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Clontarf Castle Hotel

Clontarf 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Looking every inch the swanky modern hotel (except, of course, for the elements of the 12th-century structure that have been artfully integrated into the design). — Time Out

Clontarf Castle Hotel is a striking, historic property in a north Dublin suburb that expertly mixes old and new. — Oyster

If you want to be within striking distance of Dublin airport (8km/5 miles away), this hotel in Clontarf is a good option about 10 minutes' drive away. — Frommer's

Modern rooms and characterful luxury suites with cutting edge facilities. Grand restaurant reminiscent of a knights' banqueting hall. — Michelin Guide

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