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Where to stay in Dublin: Best areas and hotels

If you are thinking of traveling to Ireland or making a getaway to Dublin, I recommend that you spend at least 2 nights. Dublin is not a very big city, but it has many places to visit. Here are 35 essential things to see and do in Dublin. Ireland is a fascinating country that is worth knowing. In it you will find movie landscapes, culture, history, traditional and legends, many legends. Legends that will make you believe in fairies and elves.

In this post I will tell you about the best areas to stay in Dublin and I will add some great accommodation options.


The Georgian neighborhood and Saint Stephen's Green, one of the best areas to stay in Dublin

The Gregorian Quarter is the most charming area of ​​Dublin. It is a popular neighborhood for its colorful doors, its stately streets and its beautiful parks. Although it is not in the center, you will only have to walk about 10 minutes to get to the center.

It is a very quiet area with a variety of accommodation of all kinds, although 4 and 5 star options abound. It is not a very cheap area, if you are looking for cheap prices keep reading that later I will talk about other options.

Some great accommodation options in Dublin's Gregorian Quarter:

Staying in Temple Bar, the most popular area to stay in Dublin

Temple Bar is a must-see neighborhood on your trip to Dublin, and even though it became famous for its red-fronted bar that opened in 1840, the entire neighborhood has a very authentic feel. It is a neighborhood of cobbled streets, stone houses attached to each other, with pubs on every corner and very magical alleys. It is a good area to go out for a drink or to eat. In addition, it is a good option where to stay in Dublin. Despite not being a very quiet area, it does have a lot of atmosphere, leisure and it is a short walk from the center.

Some great accommodation options in Temple Bar, Dublin:

The Docklands, a good alternative to stay in Dublin

The Docklands area is the most modern area to stay in Dublin. It is about a 10-minute walk from the center and here, in addition to a good atmosphere, you can find accommodation with beautiful views of the port and the river. There is a wide variety of restaurants, bars, shops…

Here you will find a wide variety of accommodation, many of them from large hotel chains. Although Dublin is not a cheap city, in the port area you can find good deals and somewhat cheaper than in the center or in the fashionable neighborhoods.

Some great accommodation options in the Docklands are:

Sleep in and around O'Connell Street, if you want to stay in the heart of Dublin

O'Connel Street is Dublin's main thoroughfare, located just north of the River Liffe, and is considered the true center of the city. So if you want to stay in the heart of Dublin, O'Connel Street and its surroundings are the best option.

In this area you have everything; shops, restaurants, bars, monuments to visit, in addition to a wide variety of accommodation for all budgets (bearing in mind that the city is not very cheap).

Some options where to stay in the center of Dublin, O’Connel Street and surroundings:


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