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Located in City Centre Dublin, this romantic hotel is steps from Rotunda Hospital and O'Connell Street. Croke Park and Dublin Castle are also within 6 mi (10 ...
NZ$158 per night for 2 guests
NZ$138 per night for 2 guests
Within a 5-minute walk of Henry Street shops and the James Joyce Centre, Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street is less than 1 km (0.6 mi) from Temple Bar, Abbey Theatre, ...
NZ$115 per night for 2 guests
NZ$136 per night for 2 guests
Life is just a little more magical in Dublin, where castles compete with ancient cathedrals to capture your attention. This lively and cosmopolitan city invites you to pull up a stool and throw back a pint of Guinness. You have to work not to be enthralled with its lush, green parks or its highly walkable town centre.
Keep the magic alive by visiting Dublin Castle. Whether you want to nourish your spirit or your appreciation for architecture, add St. Patrick’s Cathedral to the must-see list as well. The kiddies will love the Dublin Zoo, and you can’t leave Ireland without indulging in a local pub crawl.
Dublin is an international city and offers a wide array of accommodation choices. Dublin hotels range from luxury 5-star wonders to more reasonable mid-range options that won’t cost a pot of gold. Couples visiting this emerald city on a honeymoon or anniversary will find plenty of charming bed and breakfasts, while backpackers can save money at budget hotels. Business travellers will also appreciate a wide selection of comfortable and reasonably priced Dublin airport hotels.
Dublin Airport receives domestic flights from capital cities throughout Europe, as well as international flights from around the world. The airport is just 10 km from Dublin’s city centre and offers shuttle and bus services into the city. Once you get into Dublin proper, you can make your way around using a combination of public transportation, including Luas, the light rail system, DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit), and city buses. Dublin’s city centre is very pedestrian friendly, but if you want to explore the city’s large suburbs, you may want to rent a car in Dublin.
Whether you want to spoil yourself with a 5-star hotel or find the best deal on family-friendly accommodation in Dublin, you can do it all on Expedia.co.nz. Our easy-to-use website allows you to compare Dublin accommodation, airfare, and rental car companies so you can get a great deal on your magical holiday.