Hotels range from modern hotel premises to intimate inns. We have a selection of Dublin's best hotels, everything from budget hotels to 5-star.
Guesthouses include large homes to large Victorian/Georgian premises. Guesthouses have an informal and personal atmosphere.
Dublin Bed & Breakfasts (B&Bs)
B&Bs range from traditional town and country homes to modern bungalows. B&Bs are usually family premises where you will be welcomed with a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Hostels provide a comfortable stay for the budget traveller. All hostels have kitchen cooking facilities, and in some places meals are served.
Self-Catering in Dublin
Self-catering accommodation range from self-catering apartments to houses to large holiday complexes. They are usually rented on a weekly or monthly basis.
Campus Accommodation in Dublin
During the summertime, when students are not staying at university, the campus residences are often made available to those who want them. These are low-cost, good-quality self-catering accommodation, located on or near a university campus.
Dublin City Centre is a bustling metropolis with the charm of a quiet village. If you stay in Dublin City Centre, you are within walking distance of many of Dublin's major attractions, shopping districts, and much more.
The North City extends north of the canals to just within the M50 ring road, encompassing Bull Island, Casino Marino, the Phoenix Park, Castleknock, Clontarf, and many other popular tourist spots. This area is easily accessible from Dublin Airport, and Dublin Port. The accommodation in this area will suit tastes and budgets for all.
The South City is located south of the River Liffey, east of the M50 ring road, and encompasses Dublin's attractive inner suburbs. It is home to many embassies, fine hotels, restaurants, and houses. Among the main attractions are Kilmainham Gaol, the Shaw Birthplace, the Waterways Visitor Centre, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, and the National Print Museum.
South County is most of Dublin County that is south of the River Liffey. In this scenic area, you will find Dun Laoghaire, Dalkey, Bray, the Dublin Mountains, Killiney, Blackrock, and Dundrum. The major attractions in this area include Drimnagh Castle, the James Joyce Museum, St. Enda's: the Pearse Museum, the National Maritime Museum. The area is easily accessible through the excellent Dart and bus service. It is also home to many distinguished people and famous celebreties.
North County is all of Dublin that is outside the M50 ring road and within the boundaries of Co. Dublin, and includes Howth, Ardgillan Demesne, Malahide, Dublin Airport, and Castleknock, and many other places. It is home to many fine sandy beaches, country walks, exquisite homes, and a large selection of golf courses. This area is extremely accessible because it is home to Dublin Airport, and a good rail service. Accommodation for all tastes and budgets can be found in this beautiful, scenic area.