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Merrion Square & Around
16 reviews
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
9
Grafton Street & Around
13 reviews
Sophisticated city hotel ideally located in the heart of Dublin right off of bustling Grafton Street with its myriad shops and restaurants. — Hideaway Report
9
Merrion Square & Around
14 reviews
Thanks to management's adept style and the meticulous staff, this hotel comes off as a cozier version of the Four Seasons. — Star Service
8
Grafton Street & Around
11 reviews
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
8
Ballsbridge
13 reviews
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
8
Docklands
12 reviews
The Dylan's baroque-meets-Scandinavian-sleek designer look has been a big hit. — Lonely Planet
8
Grafton Street & Around
10 reviews
This hotel may lack the superior location of the Westbury, but it overshadows its peer with more distinguished public areas, better service, notable dining and superlative accommodations. — Star Service
8
Grafton Street & Around
10 reviews
About 120m west of Grafton St, this small, plush place has an emphasis on familial, friendly service. — Lonely Planet
8
Docklands
9 reviews
Behind the eye-catching chequerboard facade created by Manuel Aires Mateus are 187 swanky rooms and suites decked out in a wintry palette...and starkly elegant furnishings. — Lonely Planet
8
Merrion Square & Around
12 reviews
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
8
Temple Bar
12 reviews
Unforgivably at these rates, service can falter, veering madly from friendly-polite all the way down to rude. — Concierge
8
Merrion Square & Around
8 reviews
Dublin's first truly modern international business hotel has not just kept up with the pace of change but has set the standard for other newer hotels in its class. — Lonely Planet
8
Grafton Street & Around
7 reviews
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
8
Docklands
6 reviews
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
8
North of the Liffey
7 reviews
The Gresham Hotel is centrally located on the north side of the River Liffey in Dublin's city center. — Oyster
8
North of the Liffey
6 reviews
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
8
Temple Bar
7 reviews
For a hotel so central to Temple Bar, the double-glazing does a good job of dampening the noise, but as a package, the Morgan is mixed. — Concierge
8
Docklands
6 reviews
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
8
North of the Liffey
7 reviews
With its contemporary styling, the Morrison vies with the Clarence for the title of most media-hip hotel in town. — Insight Guides
7
Clontarf
6 reviews
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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