Dublin, as well as being very well connected with numerous low-cost companies flying between the UK and the rest of Europe, also offers cheap accommodation, making it one of the economical European capitals to spend a weekend.
Best areas to stay in Dublin
Dublin is quite a small city; therefore, any centrally located hotel is ideal. Hotels situated to the north of River Liffey, O’Connell Street and adjacent streets or, to the south, all the area up to St Stephen’s Green Park are perfect. Another popular zone is Temple Bar and Grafton Street, which are always full of life.
In our opinion, it isn’t worth trying to save by booking a hotel far from the heart of Dublin, since prices are approximately the same and public transport in the capital is quite expensive and not very efficient.
Hotels in Dublin
You can easily book a double room in a centrally located hotel for less than € 60 (US$ 70) per night if you book in advance. If you’re searching for maximum comfort, 4 or 5-star hotels have rooms for approximately € 80 (US$ 93.30) per night, economical compared to many other European capitals.
To find the best deals and enjoy up to a 75% discount, we recommend our search engine, where you’ll be able to book accommodation with the minimum price guaranteed:
- Hotels in Dublin - Find and compare the best hotels in Rome
Apartments in Dublin
Serviced apartments are also an excellent option, especially if you’re traveling with your family or a large group of friends. To find the best selection, we recommend checking our search engine:
- Apartments in Dublin - Find and compare the best serviced apartments in Rome
Hostels in Dublin
Hostels are the cheapest option and are usually preferred by groups of friends and solo travelers. In Dublin, you can book a bed for € 10 (US$ 11.70) per night. We recommend checking out these two websites for the best selection:
Recommended site for booking hostels: