Thursday, September 23, 2010

Hotels in Dublin

Dublin hotels are available in different classes; economy, child and family, first class, luxury, resorts and others. They range from 2-Stars till 5-Stars standards. It all depends on your budget where would you like to stay in, and how convenient is it to your needs. Here are some examples for your references:

Kelly's Hotel

Budget Hotels, 2-Stars are usually cheaper. If you cannot think of where to stay for a day or two, try Kelly’s Hotel which is located at the city centre. It is a low-cost hotel, run by a friendly family. You just need a 2 minutes route from the Temple Bar and Grafton Street. This place is surrounded with eateries that you will never go hungry. There are pubs too! You can hang out with friends at night without going too far from the hotel. Not to forget, you need to make confirmed room booking 48 hours in advance. If you are lucky, you might get last minute bookings available.


Hilton Dublin Airport
Business Hotels, 3-Stars – 4 Stars is for those who are on business trips. When you are on such trips, you will need Internet connections, business centres, meeting rooms, conference rooms and facilities. If you are looking for convenience and distance, Hilton Dublin Airport is the choice. The hotel provides you shuttle from the airport. There are 9 convenient meeting rooms that come with Internet connections, and a ballroom that can fit up to 350 persons. When you are hungry or need a drink, head to Burnell Bar and Grill or any of the tourist attractions nearby. The hotel is located at Northern Cross, Malahide Rd.

The Beacon
Boutique Hotels, 4-Stars is hip and trendy, modern design, sexy and charming, chic and distinct. Most of the time, you get you to shop in the same premise for designer goods. Should you plan to stay in any of these hotels, do try The Beacon which is located at the south of Dublin, at Beacon Court, Sandyford, Dublin 18. This 4-Stars luxury is conveniently located near to Dundrum and Leopardstown where shopping is the main thing. Any emergency or rescue is just minutes away.

Rochestown Lodge Hotel
Spa Resorts and Hotels, 4-Stars is usually for vacation purposes, personal and family retreats. You are supposed to be relaxed and enjoy yourself. Why not try the Rochestown Lodge Hotel? It is built for both business and leisure. It is about 25 minutes away from the city centre, equipped with health facilities and conference rooms. They have spacious rooms and restaurants to fill your needs.

Clontarf Castle
Luxury Hotels, 4-Stars – 5-Stars usually mean expensive to most of us. These hotels are usually special, unique and elegant. You may want to try Clontarf Castle that is redesigned from a castle into today’s hotel. It is located at the Northside suburbs at Castle Avenue Dublin, Dublin 3. It is a privately owned premise, and about 2 miles from the city centre and about 5 miles from the airport. You can now imagine yourself living in a castle.

There are more choices that you can choose from. Plan ahead, and choose a hotel within your budget :)

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