Looking for accommodation in Dublin? You are in the right place. We are often asked to recommend places to stay in Dublin. We have a number of hostels, hotels, and apartments that we partner with and are happy to recommend:

Accommodation in Dublin on a Budget

On a budget or travelling alone? Staying at a hostel is a great way to bag bargain accommodation in Dublin and meet people. Some of our favourite hostels are:

Abbey Court

Located a minute’s walk from Dublin’s main street and 5 minutes’ walk from Temple Bar the Abbey Court is the place to stay in Dublin to be close to the action. Beds start at only €13.50.

Generator Hostel

Located in the trendy Smithfield area on the north side of the city this hip hostel is right next door to the Jameson Whiskey distillery and boasts its own bar. Looking for a trendy place to stay in Dublin? With beds from €14 you’ve found it.

Garden Lane Backpackers

Located close to many attractions including Christchurch Cathedral and St Stephen’s Green this newly refurbished hostel offers a contemporary, colourful and cool place to stay in Dublin (with a free continental breakfast!). Accommodation starts at €44 to stay in a small dorm.

Hotels in Dublin

If you are looking for more privacy and comfort during your stay in Dublin one of our favourite hotels could be right for you:

Westin Hotel

Located close to Dublin’s oldest university Trinity College, this five-star hotel is the place to stay if you are looking for luxury accommodation in Dublin. Famous for afternoon tea in the atrium and delicious cocktails in the Mint bar, the Westin is only a short stroll away from Ireland’s famous Grafton Str

Cassidy’s Hotel

Within walking distance of Temple Bar and a number of Dublin theatres, including The Gate Theatre just across the road, this is a great place to stay no matter what your plans during your stay.

Castle Hotel

Located just off Parnell Square in the heart of Georgian Dublin the Castle Hotel boasts comfortable rooms and two wonderful restaurants. One, in beneath the vaulted ceiling of a 19th century cellar, is an atmospheric place to enjoy a meal during your stay in Dublin and the second in a former music shop overlooking a stunning Gothic revival church.

Apartments in Dublin

Offering the most space and the option to prepare your own meals an apartment in Dublin is a great way to feel like a local during your stay:

Temple Bar Apartments

Right in the heart of the action these comfortable, contemporary apartments are available to sleep 2 – 6 people, a great option if there are a few of you travelling to Dublin.

Key Collection Group

Have apartments centrally located all over Dublin city so no matter where you want to stay they will have an option to suit you!