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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

Dublin's most iconic hotel, founded in 1824, was bought out by the Marriott group, who spent a ton of money restoring its rooms and public spaces to their former grandeur, a few years ago. — Lonely Planet

"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

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

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

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The Westbury

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

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

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

Smack on Dublin’s posh Grafton Street, a classic grand hotel that recently emerged from a multimillion-euro refurbishment — Jetsetter

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

Well-run hotel with a stylish bar. — Michelin Guide

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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 →

As chic as it is elite... the Fitzwilliam's bedrooms have been refurbished but remain the epitome of good taste. — Concierge

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

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

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

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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 →

Old World flair on two landscaped acres provides an unparalleled urban retreat. — Gayot

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

Elegant guest areas... Spacious bedrooms; plenty of extras. — Michelin Guide

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

Like Alexis Carrington gliding down the stairs in Dynasty, you know you're in the presence of a diva when you step inside the grand lobby of this enormous hotel. — Lonely Planet

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Number 31

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

The city's most distinctive property is the former home of modernist architect Sam Stephenson, who successfully fused '60s style with 18th-century grace. — Lonely Planet

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

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

Homey food served in a sunlit dining room is part of what makes Number 31 feel less like a hotel and more like the pied-à-terre you’ve always dreamed of. — Afar Magazine

Dylan Hotel

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

This unique hotel in an old Victorian building is a racy addition to the sometimes staid Dublin scene. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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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The Clarence

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

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

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

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

Unforgivably at these rates, service can falter, veering madly from friendly-polite all the way down to rude. — Concierge

For some, knowing that a hotel is owned by rock stars might not be a selling point -- but this is one of the most sophisticated hotels in Dublin. — Frommer'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 →

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

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

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

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

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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Brooks Hotel

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

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

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

This sophisticated, trendy hotel isn't for everybody, but those who love it, love it. — Frommer's

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 sleek glass-and-concrete Radisson, just off South Great George's Street, offers to-the-point business accommodations with a dash of cool contemporary style. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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 →

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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, 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

A sparkling gem among a lot of very drab hotels in Temple Bar, the Morgan boasts about its chic design and decor. — Fodor's

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 →

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

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

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 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

Overlooking the River Liffey, this four-pearl, 169-room hotel is just a 10-minute walk from O'Connell Street. — Oyster

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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 →

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

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

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

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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Paramount Hotel Temple Bar

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

Classic 1930s American movies seem to have been the inspiration for the interior of this medium-size hotel in the heart of Temple Bar. — Fodor's

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

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

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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