Having a rich history and being recognized as one of the top thirty cities in the world, Dublin also has pocket-friendly hotels. Instead of opting for accommodations that are too far from tourist sights and attractions, why not stay in the capital? This can save time that will allow you to explore more of the city.
Dublin can be a very expensive city, just like the other best cities in Europe. Since not everyone is welcome to the idea of staying in a guest house or in a bed and breakfast setting, there are still a number of hotels that are easy on the budget. Here are some of the budget-friendly hotels in Dublin that you should check out.
The Camden Street Hotel
This hotel is appreciated for its location, being 5 minutes away from St. Stephen’s Green and a few minutes more to the famous Grafton Street. Besides the great location, there is a bus stop located in front of the hotel that makes it accessible to other locations in the city. There is also a popular nightclub in the building, as well as other bars and restaurants in the same street. The cheapest room in the hotel does not have a window, but the size is just right especially for two guests.
Most popular amenities: Free WiFi Non-smoking rooms24-hour front desk
The Abbey Hotel
How iconic can a budget-friendly hotel be? The Abbey Hotel has a classic look from the outside with rooms that are inspired by velvet blue, dark brown wood, and gray carpet elements. They might not be as spacious as most hotel rooms, but the location is nothing but great. It is situated at the city center and close to different attractions that are less than a kilometer away.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking roomsFacilities for disabled guests Free WiFiFamily rooms RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar
Phoenix Park Hotel
With views overlooking Phoenix Park, this family-run hotel is a few minutes away from different tourist attractions in Dublin. The French-style restaurant in the hotel serves light breakfast for guests, using only the fresh local produce. A bar is also available on the property to enjoy a pint of the country’s popular beer or wines. A Dublin tram stop and bus stops are a few minute’s walk away from the hotel. However, manage your expectations with the hotel rooms as they are too plain-looking but neat and clean.
Most popular amenities: Facilities for disabled guests Free WiFiFamily rooms24-hour front desk Bar
Maldron Hotel – Pearse Street
These could be the most expensive ones on the list, but their rooms are the biggest and most stylish of them all. The beds are huge, even for the room dedicated to a single guest. The windows have views of the city but are not too noisy. There is no need to search for good food – the bar and restaurant located within the building offer both Irish and international cuisine. Continental breakfast is also available every day for guests to enjoy. Location is great as well, where many tourist attractions are a few meters away.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking roomsParkingFacilities for disabled guestsPrivate Parking Room serviceParking on siteTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar
The advantage of being in a hotel with a great location is you can take a rest after a tiring day, without taking a time-consuming commute. These hotels may not be the cheapest option for accommodation but assure a great place to sleep or spend the day within the city.