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A hive of business, history and culture, Dublin City Centre is home to a wide variety of hotels that are located in neighbourhoods where there's always something interesting to see and do close by. Summer is when hotels here are at their busiest and most expensive, with tourists flocking in for the warm weather and large-scale events like the Dublin Irish Festival. The tourist crowd starts to thin and hotel rates drop in autumn, but the chilly winter months are when you're most likely to snag great Dublin City Centre hotel deals.

What are the Top Hotels in City Centre Dublin

The 4-star Temple Bar Hotel features guestrooms equipped with flat-screen TVs, coffee/tea makers and modern en suite bathrooms. You'll find multiple restaurants and bars/lounges on the premises, and coffee and tea are available in a common area. The Hilton Dublin is another great hotel that's highly rated for its friendly service and proximity to major sightseeing attractions. The minimalist, chic guestrooms come with fridges and in-room safes, and pets are allowed in some rooms. Indoor and outdoor dining are available, and there's a large garden with benches and a gazebo. Comfortable rooms with blackout drapes are offered at the Ashling Hotel Dublin, along with amenities like concierge and laundry services.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in City Centre Dublin?

There's a dizzying array of hotels in City Centre Dublin, and your interests can help you make your choice. If you're a history buff, try the Old City district, where you'll find centuries-old landmarks like Dublin Castle and parts of the city's original walls. If shopping is a big part of your itinerary, Grafton Street is the place to be. One of the most expensive shopping streets in the world, it's lined with swanky boutiques and shops carrying well-known clothing and jewellery brands. With its lively theatres and pubs, the O'Connell Street area north of the River Liffey is ideal if you're visiting the city for a fun-filled night out.

What are Hotels like in City Centre Dublin?

Accommodations of all types can be found in City Centre Dublin. There are luxury hotels offering tastefully decorated suites and guestrooms, elegant on-site dining, indoor pools and full-service spas. Some feature rooftop terraces and work-related facilities like business centres and meeting rooms. You'll also find apartment hotels and self-catering apartments with fully equipped kitchens, laundry and concierge services and, in some cases, small on-site bars. There are also plenty of cheap City Centre Dublin lodging options which typically offer dorms, free Wi-Fi and continental breakfast, and outdoor spaces for socialising, such as gardens and picnic areas.

How much do Hotels typically cost in City Centre Dublin?

Hotels all over Dublin City Centre cover a wide range of price points. In the trendy Temple Bar district, you can book a room for as low as £19 to as high as £231. In the Old City quarter and the adjoining Liberties neighbourhood, you'll find budget-friendly backpacker hostels that charge about £15 a night, while more upscale accommodations can be had for anywhere between £61 and £391. If you're considering staying north of the River Liffey, you'll find plenty of discount hotels along Lower Gardiner Street where rates range from a low of £10 to a high of £95 a night.

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