May 23, 2019 - May 24, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Known for its alluring Celtic history, centuries-old castles and ruins, and lush green landscapes, Dublin, Ireland is one of the most popular tourist cities in Europe. It is home to the Guinness Beer Brewing Company, rugby and soccer champions, and has an urban shopping district that will keep you busy for days. If you plan to travel to Dublin, book all of your reservations through Skyscanner and take advantage of some serious money-saving opportunities.
Dublin has many great hotels within the city limits. The average price for a standard room is $150-$300. For a high-quality hotel room, you can expect to pay $300-$500. When making your hotel reservations, keep Skyscanner on your radar. You can use the site's hotel booking tool to find the cheapest prices out there. Skyscanner does all the research and price comparisons for you.
The City of Dublin is approximately 6 miles from Dublin Airport. There are hotels located near the airport as well as in downtown Dublin.
Dublin is such a beautiful city you may just want to walk everywhere you want to go. When you arrive at the airport, you can hitch a ride to your hotel in a taxi, shuttle, or charter bus. You can also rent a car at the terminal and pick it up after collecting your luggage. Be sure to rent your car through Skyscanner's car rental page to get the best deal.
Dublin knows how to treat visitors well. At most hotels, you can expect to find free parking, WiFi, complimentary snacks and services, and breakfast when you wake up in the morning. If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do while you are in town, pick the brains of the hotel staff, they are bound to let you in on the city's best-kept secrets.
Yes! Whether you are looking for cute and cozy or modern and upscale, Dublin has a fine assortment of boutique and luxury hotels. Check out The Morrison, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, or the Marker Hotel. Each hotel has its own different style that will make your stay in the city divine.
Dublin has an assortment of fabulous restaurants to showcase the culinary creativity of Ireland. Try out the House of Tarts, Beanhive, or Mulberry Garden. While you are in town, check out The Little Museum of Dublin, Merrion Square, and Dublin Castle.
Kilmainham Gaol, whiskey tasting at the Irish whiskey museum and of course, Guinness storehouse! All the people we met were super friendly and welcoming. The tour guides at each place I mentioned above were awesome, you could tell they were really passionate about their subject! Definitely will be visiting Dublin again!
Having a pint of Guinness in an Irish pub in Dublin is basically a backpacker's bucket list item at this point. But the city has a ton of beautiful history and culture beyond its music and nightlife. Great for a long weekend!
A beautiful city filled with history! The Irish people are welcoming and the music is great!
I always had a thing for Irish people. I love their music, their accent, how kind and good they are...so I loved Dublin, too! The most fun thing and that one thing I wanted to visited for a long time is the famous Grafton Street ( yeah, the one that Ed Sheeren sings about )which I thought it's super fun. It's full of people, bars, restaurants... The whole experience in Ireland was amazing and I would like to visit again, hopefully...very soon.