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Dublin is the capital of Ireland, well-known for everything from its outstanding pubs to its rich historical significance. From the famous writer Oscar Wilde to the modern band U2, a variety of celebrities have hailed from Dublin. Encompassing a picturesque crescent of land along the Irish Sea, Dublin offers allure for everyone from adventurous foodies to international artists. Set out to experience all that Dublin has to offer.

 

Things to See

 

Dublin has a rich and storied history that's still evident in many of its attractions. Begin your exploration at Dublin Castle, founded in 1204. Sprawling over 11 acres, the complex includes two museums, the Chapel Royal and the Chester Beatty Library, and state apartments. Rathfarnham Castle, constructed in 1583, housed the Archbishop Loftus, served as a station for Parliamentary troops in the British Civil War and housed an early seismograph in the 1900s. Other historic sites like St. Audoen's Church and St. Mary's Abbey offer exhibits and tours that illuminate Dublin's history.

Ireland is well-loved for its green spaces, and no visit to Dublin would be complete without a stroll through one of its parks or gardens. The National Botanic Gardens feature more than 15,000 plant species, including over 300 endangered plant species and six species that are extinct in the wild. Phoenix Park spans 1,752 acres criss-crossed with numerous walking and cycling trails.

 

Experience modern Dublin with a rich taste of its local art and music scene. The Irish Film Institute hosts independent films so you can take in something that's sure to broaden your horizons. The Gallery of Photography is the national center for photography in Ireland.

 

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham brings modern art to a stunning 17th-century building. The Project Arts Centre hosts contemporary exhibits and performances including art, dance, music, and theater. If you prefer to take in Irish music in a casual pub environment, head to The Cobblestone, where traditional Irish music sessions take place every day of the week.

 

Complete your trip to Dublin with ample helpings of Ireland's famous food and drink. The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in Ireland, dating back to 1198. Try the hearty stews or beer-battered fish. The Porterhouse distinguished itself by becoming the first pub brewery in Dublin. It's cheeky Weiserbuddy lager is a must-try. L Mulligan Grocer and Farrington's are other prime stops for craft beers.

 

Hotels in Dublin

 

Ireland is renowned for its hospitality, and hotels in Ireland offer a prime example of the country's welcoming attitude. Expect a warm welcome wherever you stay, with the distinctive feeling that you belong there. Dubliners are talkative people, exceptionally proud of their heritage. Strike up a conversation with anyone at your hotel and you can uncover a wealth of tips and handy information to help you plan your stay.

 

Many hotels in Dublin offer complimentary breakfasts. If you're looking for an easy way to pad your vacation budget, choose Ireland hotels with a hot breakfast included in the price and you can begin every morning with a full belly as you prepare for the excitement ahead.

 

Many Dublin hotels belong to the same global chains you've come to know and trust around the world. With these hotels, you can enjoy four-star amenities, a multilingual staff, and comfortable accommodations. Features like complimentary Wi-Fi and daily housekeeping are standard. Expect to pay for parking at most Ireland hotels if you choose to drive. However, car rentals aren't necessary in Dublin, especially if you are staying at a hotel in Dublin's city centre, as the city is extremely walkable and offers an excellent public bus system.

 

Where to Stay

 

Most of Dublin's highlights are clustered around the city center, giving you easy access from nearly any centrally located Dublin luxury hotel. The St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street areas are particularly popular among tourists, packed with restaurants and shops and featuring gorgeous Georgian architecture. Old City is a prime destination for historic highlights, including Dublin Castle and St. Patrick's Cathedral. If you want to experience Dublin's rowdier side, Temple Bar is dominated by a young crowd bent on enjoying the nightlife.

 

Beyond the city, suburbs like Blanchardstown offer a quiet alternative for travelers who want to steer clear of the city bustle. This quiet area offers attractions like shopping and golf. Numerous bus routes serve the suburbs, offering convenient transportation back into the city.

 

The Dublin Airport area north of the city center is another popular spot for Ireland hotels. Accommodations in this area often provide complimentary airport shuttles, which are an added perk for busy travelers.

 

How to Get to Dublin

 

If you're flying in, you'll arrive at Dublin Airport, just north of the city. The airport features two terminals and is serviced by several airlines, among them Ryanair, Air France, Germanwings, Iberia, Norwegian Air, Emirates, American Airlines, Aer Lingus, US Airways, United Airlines, Delta, and Air Canada. Bus service is readily available from the airport into Dublin's city center, as are taxis. Select hotels offer their own shuttles to streamline travel.

 

Dublin travelers can also arrive by sea, landing at Dublin Port, which hosts Irish ferries and cruise liners. Stena Line sails between Holyhead and Dublin Port, while the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company will take you between Dublin and the Isle of Man. From the port, you can take the Dublin Bus into the city. If you want to explore Ireland beyond the confines of Dublin, using the port to access other parts of the country is a scenic choice.

 

Once in Dublin, you can access many points of interest by foot. When your destination is too far for a casual stroll, the city's buses are your next best option. Dublin's traffic is notoriously bad, making driving a stressful choice for travelers. Visitors typically avoid driving within Dublin when possible.

 

From rolling green hills to stunning historic architecture, Dublin has something to charm any aesthetic taste. Explore the hotels offered by the Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG®) to find the ideal accommodations for your stay. From warm breakfasts to spacious meeting facilities, these options offer amenities to make both business and leisure travel a pleasure.

Latest Dublin Hotel Reviews


Pleasant Stay
By eliz198027
The Crowne Plaza Blancharstown is a great hotel for its high quality guestrooms, extras provided e.g. lavender pillow spray and convenience to the Blanchardstown Shoppping Centre and the M50. It has [More] great amenities, great service and is perfect for getaways. [Less]
Great business hotel.
By emmalh74
The hotel is modern and feels clean. The staff attentive, friendly and welcoming without pestering. The meals in the evening and in room were nice. Breakfast became a little tired looking as the [More] week progressed (fresh fruit salad). Issues with noisy guests and incorrect bill were corrected and resolved by front desk staff efficiently. [Less]
comfort and convience
By Kehoe13
As a family of 4 (2 kids under3) we were looking for somewhere as stress free as possible and the Crown Plaza was perfect for us. Great location in proximity to the shopping center. We were visiting [More] at a very busy time (black Friday weekend) we had heard of people queuing for 45minutes just to get their car parked, so with our 2 small ones we were delighted with the convenience of parking free in the hotel and taking a quick stroll over and back as often as we liked. Our room was spacious even with a travel cot and roll away bed. We were on the top floor and found little to no disturbance. Great staff, great food, lovely all round, would definitely return. [Less]
Enjoyed..
By Maire 49
Our Room (202) was situated at the back of hotel quite near the large Fans outside, so a little noisy when window opened. [Less]
Hotel Stay
By Pedro20
Recommend the hotel and in which I have done so. Most modern hotel in Dublin. [Less]
Great new hotel
By drpto
perfect location for sightseeing, nice room great friendly people [Less]
Pity the heating didn't work
By Pat3a
Fantastic hotel......have stayed there before, they have new heating system that was having teething problems. Unfortunately, our room was one of the unlucky ones. They did try and rectify it [More] several times, but failed..... Hence a head cold after 7 days. [Less]
Comfort, Luxury and Christmas
By Magnus1002
Loved everything about this hotel - the buildings, the staff, the interior, the guest rooms... it was really everything you would be looking for on a romantic getaway. Being a guest here was somewhat [More] going back in time - a Downton abbey experience. And it's close to the city but most people would probably grab a cab rather than walk. [Less]
Lovely Property in upscale Dublin
By Well Traveled Soul
This is a lovely property in upscale Dublin that provides excellent overall service. It is near the U.S. Embassy, is warm and inviting, and the staff are always attentive to your needs. If one [More] seeks more of a private feel, this property offers one the ability to remain low key. [Less]

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