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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 →

Paris has the Ritz, New York has the Pierre, and Dublin has the Shelbourne—today, newly resplendent... after a no-expense-spared renovation. — Fodor's

After having had more than €40 million lavished on it by its new owners (this 19th-century Dublin landmark is now a member of the Marriott empire), the Shelbourne is looking pretty damn good. — Time Out

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

This grand old institution has competition as Dublin’s finest hotel these days, but it still boasts a historic aura that’s hard to beat, with a liveried doorman and the best address in town. — Insight Guides

A slice of Dublin history overlooking St. Stephen’s Green, with an on-site museum and barbershop. — Jetsetter

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The Merrion Hotel

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

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

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

The Merrion is Dublin's most exclusive luxury hotel, and has a convenient location across from the Government buildings in four 18th-century townhouses. — Oyster

This resplendent five-star hotel, in a terrace of beautifully restored Georgian townhouses, opened in 1988 but looks like it's been around a lot longer. — Lonely Planet

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

The Westbury

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

This 250-year-old crenellated hotel has an "authentic feel," with guest rooms decorated in period colors overlooking the Owenmore River and "fly fishermen casting their lines. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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

Sophisticated city hotel ideally located in the heart of Dublin right off of bustling Grafton Street with its myriad shops and restaurants. — Andrew Harper

This upscale hotel straddles the line between traditional and modern, trying to offer a little something for everyone just off the bustling shopping hub of Grafton Street. — Frommer's

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InterContinental Dublin

Ballsbridge 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

Rooms are "so homey" and designed in four color schemes—rose, yellow, blue, and green. Popular night spot Ice serves sushi and a signature Razmopolitan, made with raspberry-infused vodka. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Ariel House

Docklands 86 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

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 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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The Clarence

Temple Bar 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Across the river from The Morrison, this hotel is partly owned by rock-music impresarios Bono and The Edge, front men for U2. The hotel is besieged by music and noise, from Temple Bar... — 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

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

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

A handsome boutique hotel designed to reflect the aesthetic of a 1930s gentlemen's club. — Lonely Planet

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Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin

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

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

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

Situated on the west side of St. Stephen's Green, in the very heart of Dublin, this notable boutique-hotel typifies today's "new Ireland," with its sophisticated blend of style, comfort... — Star Service

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

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

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Brooks Hotel

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

About 120m west of Grafton St, this small, plush place has an emphasis on familial, friendly service. — Lonely Planet

Besides a prime location, this place benefits from stylish guest quarters, a great little restaurant and a caring staff. — Star Service

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

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

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

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from $240

Dylan Hotel

Docklands 85 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

Epitomizing the “new Dublin chic,” this stylish, designy boutique property is a favorite among the city’s fashionistas. — Travel + Leisure

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

Set off Pembroke Road on a leafy, residential cul-de-sac, midway between the city center and embassy row, this property brings a full dose of Miami's South Beach to the Emerald... — Star Service

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The Westin Dublin

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

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

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

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

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

The Westin Dublin brings together the reliability of a tried-and-tested brand, a collection of opulent historic buildings and a location at the very centre of Dublin city. — The Telegraph

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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

This is one of Dublin's top tier historic hotels, and has welcomed visitors for nearly 200 years. — Frommer's

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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Schoolhouse Hotel

Docklands 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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 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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Buswells Hotel

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

Buswells Hotel has a homey vibe... the hotel is located in the city center near many tourist attractions, but it's still quiet. — Oyster

Located on a colorful street across from the National Museum of Ireland, two blocks west of Merrion Square Park and three blocks north of St. Stephen's Green, this small, traditional... — Star Service

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

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Avalon House

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Generator Hostel Dublin

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

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

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

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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Isaacs Hostel

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Clontarf Castle Hotel

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

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

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

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

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