Hotels in Dublin City, Ireland

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Live the Luck of the Irish at Dublin Hotels

Dublin is home to rolling green pastures, village must-sees and vibrant modern attractions. Located on the east coast of Ireland along the banks of the scenic River Liffey, it's a retreat to the land of 'The Big Smoke," where lush green mountains frame an idyllic Irish village. From quaint pubs to bustling city attractions, there's something for everyone to explore. We have the best hotels in Dublin for your escape to the land of Viking lore and welcoming locals.

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As the capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is home to iconic landmarks and famous destinations. Visit the impressive Dublin Castle, a towering tourist attraction with cultural and historical significance. A tour of the stately grounds guides visitors through the massive columns, fascinating exhibits and preserved artifacts. The castle's Medieval Tower is one of the oldest intact relics in Dublin and dates back to the reign of King Henry III in the early 1200s. There are also staterooms, a royal chapel and castle gardens to see during your visit.

Lions, tigers and bears—oh my! For hours of family-friendly fun, head to the popular Dublin Zoo. With exhibits and animals from the Americas, Asia and Africa, there are more than 400 animals from around the world. Get up close and personal with rare, exotic, and endangered animals, including sea lions, monkeys, birds and giraffes. Found inside the sprawling Phoenix Park, this is a must-see for all ages! Phoenix Park also features a large urban expanse in the heart of the city, complete with grasslands, walking paths and biking trails. You might even spot the local wild deer who have made the park their home for centuries.

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A haunting and powerful experience awaits at Kilmainham Gaol. a former prison turned museum. Here, many Irish revolutionaries and leaders were imprisoned or executed during the country's history, including the 1798 rebellion, the 1916 Easter Rising, the Anglo-Irish War and the Irish Civil War. Now a national monument, tours showcase the prison cells, courtyard and art galleries.

The impressive walls of the massive Saint Patrick Cathedral are truly a dight to be seen. Built in 1911, the iconic chapel features stained-glass windows, giant archways, and sculptures. Still an active worshipping site today, this is an important holy site for Ireland and an audio tour guides visitors through the church's historical markers.

Experience Beyond the Pale at the Best Dublin Hotels

Dublin is known for its beautiful landscapes, and the display at the National Botanic Gardens Glasnevin is no exception. Stroll through the large park oasis of greenhouses, flower exhibits, trees and native plants. An array of sundials, sculptures and a Viking house offer fascinating things to see around every corner and the perfect way to spend the afternoon in calm and tranquility. More lush gardens can be found at the Powerscourt Estate, a large country estate that was originally a 13th-century castle. Explore the sprawling 47 acres of gardens, where a lake, waterfall, flower fields and trees offer plenty of plant life to explore. After a full day taking in the marvels of the city, you can find rest and relaxation at our top hotels in Dublin that are perfect for your Irish vacation.

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