Top 13 best hotels in Dublin Town
Make a night or weekend away from your trip to Dublin Town, with a wide range of gorgeous hotels to stay at .
Located on Drury Street, just a few minutes’ walk from Dublin’s Grafton Street, Brooks Hotel is the perfect place to base yourself, whether for business or pleasure. The 4-Star boutique hotel even has an exclusive Residents Lounge and its own screening room to enjoy a private cinema experience.
After a day of shopping, wine and dine at the hotel’s restaurant, Francesca’s, which offers organic and artisan dishes with locally sourced ingredients.
This independent, 3-Star boutique hotel on Stephen’s Street is one of the few remaining family-run hotels in Dublin, so you’re guaranteed a warm welcome. All major Dublin attractions and areas like Stephen’s Green are just a few minutes’ walk away.
The hotel’s bar P Mac’s is cosy with a unique character, and serves a range of drinks and gastro-pub food. When staying at Drury Court Hotel, they have a number of room options.
Right on O’Connell Street, in the heart of the city centre, is the 3-Star Holiday Inn Express, just a short stroll from the shops and many attractions. Rooms are modern and clean, and you can grab an Express Breakfast at the café on-site, or visit the small bar and lounge area.
Whether it’s a business trip, a family break, a girl’s weekend, sporting events or concerts in Dublin, the Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Centre is the perfect base.
You’ll have some of the best attractions in Dublin right on your doorstep when you stay at the Premier Inn Dublin City Centre (Temple Bar) hotel. But whatever way you decide to spend your day out, you can look forward to tasty meals back at their in-house Thyme restaurant, before enjoying a great night’s sleep on a super-comfy Hypnos bed. Along with being well-situated, the hotel is also clean and comfortable, with friendly staff – what more could you want.
4-Star Wren Urban Nest on Andrews Lane is a charming oasis in the city centre. And it’s Dublin’s most sustainable place to stay! All of the energy used at the hotel is 100pc renewable and they actively choose recycled and biodegradable materials. Ingredients at the hotel’s ALT restaurant are all locally sourced and their Scandinavian-style rooms, aka ‘nests’ use bespoke Irish products.
Jury’s Inn on Parnell Street is not only near the historic O’Connell Street, but is part of one of the most vibrant and exciting areas of Dublin. The spacious rooms can accommodate three adults or two adults with two children under 12, or just one guest, and there are also a number of Executive Rooms with enhanced features. The hotel offers a Fitness Area, as well as an in-house bar and contemporary restaurant.??
The Fitzwilliam Hotel on Stephen’s Green West is one of the city centre’s most stylish 5-Star hotels. The rooms are fabulous, and you’ll eat well at hotel, which has two great dining options. Glovers Alley is a Michelin-Star restaurant featuring French-influenced elegance, while Inn on the Green is a contemporary take on an old tradition – the Irish pub.?
The 5-Star Westin, based on Westmoreland Street, has a unique location, overlooking Trinity College. The hotel delivers a warm Irish welcome and has three charming places to dine: Morelands Lounge and Grill, the Atrium Lounge, and the Mint Bar. Relax and unwind in their classically designed guest rooms and suites, and delight in the refreshing details of 5-Star hospitality in this tranquil haven.
Walk out of the 4-Star Grafton Hotel on Stephen Street Lower and you have a wide range of local eateries and shops to choose from – you really are in the heart of all the action! Enjoy a cocktail and festive dining at the in-house bar, Bartley’s, with its eclectic décor and intimate vibes. Then get a good night’s sleep in one of their spacious, contemporary bedrooms.
You can’t get more central than The Westbury! Located just off Grafton Street, the 5-Star hotel guarantees a swanky stay in the city centre, with its grand, opulent interior. There are also incredible dining options at The Westbury. Wilde fuses 1930s elegance with an abundance of greenery, giving guests the sense of alfresco dining. Balfes is a vibrant all-day bistro and The Sidecar is an modern take on a 1930s cocktail bar.
Sackville Place in Dublin is home to Ireland’s first Moxy hotel. The 3-Star boutique hotel has a stylish, quirky lobby to sit back and relax after a day around the town, with a bar serving up your favourite drinks. Then, end the day in one of their modern hotel rooms, which are equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, massive walk-in showers and 49-inch smart TVs.
Based on O’Connell Street Upper in a historic building, Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin offers some of the best facilities for you to enjoy an unforgettable break in the city. Surrounded by the main shopping areas, the hotel is also near the Abbey Street Luas station and within walking distance of the Gate Theatre. There are 340 modern and elegant decorated rooms in the 4-Star hotel, along with a brasserie called Toddy’s and a lounge bar.
Situated on Lower Abbey Street, Wynn’s offers cozy period charm combined with contemporary comforts in a central location. The hotel also has a fascinating history, having been built in 1845, bombed during the 1916 rising and rebuilt in 1921. Their bedrooms range in size, and feature authentic décor of the past with contemporary amenities. Dine at the hotel’s Saints and Scholars Lounge, with carvery and bar food served daily. Kick back with a glass of chardonnay or a cup of coffee after a day spent hitting the shops!