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Where to stay in Dublin

Figuring out where to stay in Dublin can be a challenge. From the respected hotels of Temple Bar to the services apartments of The Liberties and heritage-listed hotels of St Stephen’s Green, you’ve got many options to choose between. The good news is you can’t go too far wrong wherever you decide to stay. Dublin’s myriad transport options make it easy to get from one area of the city to another. Below you’ll find some of our favourite suburbs and the kinds of accommodation you can expect to find there.

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  • Grafton Street

    On Grafton Street, luxury is the operative word. Five-star hotels abound in this classy area. Centrally placed, staying on Grafton Street ensures comfort and access to many inner-city landmarks like St Stephen's Green. If you yearn for a bit of pampering along with convenience, this is one of the best areas to stay in Dublin.

  • Temple Bar

    Temple Bar is where you should stay if you'd like to keep things relatively fancy and still be able to take advantage of Dublin's premier nightlife and entertainment district. Take up residence in a serviced apartment or a plush hotel and enjoy a short walk to all the fabulous eateries, pubs and shopping that Temple Bar has to offer.

  • St Stephen's Green

    Located at the south end of Grafton Street, St Stephen's Green is a large inner-city park surrounded on all sides by high-quality heritage-listed hotels. For a taste of the old world and some true rustic, traditional Irish hospitality, these are the perfect places to stay during your visit to Ireland.

  • The Liberties

    The Liberties area of Dublin is filled with lots of serviced apartment-style accommodation, which is fantastic if you'd prefer to base yourself in one location. This kind of accommodation will allow you to be much more self-sufficient – prepare your own food and plan your days, while staying in one of Dublin's best areas.

  • Central Dublin

    Enjoy a true inner-city experience. Central Dublin offers all the plush inner-city hotels one would expect, along with a collection of older, heritage hotels and even a generous mix of apartments and hostels mixed in for those who don't mind a cheap stay. Being this close to the city centre puts you on the doorstep of everything that downtown Dublin has to offer.

Frequently asked questions

When packing for a trip to Dublin, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some euros and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka plenty of  layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a raincoat, walking shoes, hat and sunglasses. Oh, and if you’re heading there for St Patrick’s day you’ll need something to suit the occasion. Nothing too crazy, just head-to-toe emerald. Hopefully green is your colour!


Dublin is an incredibly walkable city, so you shouldn’t have any issues navigating all the sites. With this in mind, travellers generally opt to stay in Smithfield, The Docklands, Merrion Square, Portobello and Temple Bar.


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While Dublin isn’t winning any prizes for year-round sunshine, it does give travellers the chance to experience all four seasons. Summer offers the hottest temps and long, sunny days between June and August, while winter will bring the cold and rain between December and February. If you’re not a fan of the cold and are keen to make the most of your days in Dublin, we recommend visiting between May and October.


When you’re not exploring the lush Irish countryside, spend your time in Dublin getting lost in the history at Dublin Castle and St Patrick’s Cathedral, hiking through Pheonix Park, seeing behind the scenes at the Guinness Storehouse, partying in Temple Bar and enjoying a bit of craic with the locals. 


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