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Maldron Hotel Tallaght

The Maldron Hotel Tallaght gives thousands of guests every month the finest accommodation, constructed in an ultramodern, contemporary style where glass meets concrete. The hotel is located a few kilometres to the southwest of Dublin city centre; the transport links connecting it to that busy district make getting there and soaking in the many sights scarcely a bother. Business travellers too will appreciate the expansive lobby and function rooms onsite, and the ease of access to Dublin and its surrounds.

Contemporary exterior of the Maldron Hotel Tallaght

Arguably the most stand out feature of this modern hotel is the views its spacious rooms offer across Dublin and its attractive suburbs. Staff working at the Maldron Hotel carry themselves with a grace and friendliness distinctly Irish, while breakfast times are marked by a splendid range of choice between cooked and freshly available cuisine. Mealtimes are ably dealt with too; a large restaurant is present serving meals in both a traditional Irish and international culinary styles, while for guests mindful of their fitness a gym and pool is present.

One of Maldron Hotel Tallaght's spacious double bedrooms

Address: Maldron Hotel Tallaght, Whitestown Way, Tallaght, Dublin 24, D24 XC9W, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 468 5400
Email: info.tallaght@maldronhotels.com
Website: http://www.maldronhoteltallaght.com/

Buswells Hotel

The Buswells Hotel is situated in a classic Irish Georgian building where stately and old world charms meet the defining modernity offered by the sublimely cosmopolitan setting that is Dublin. The splendid lobby has a roaring fire, plush seating, oak tables and walls with patterned paper: a welcome straight out of a period drama, setting the tone for the delightful old style rooms which define Buswells as a hotel with a difference. Curvaceous chairs and grandly quilted beds sit nicely alongside the modern en suite bathrooms which form the basis of the venue’s accommodation.

Buswells Hotel's front entrance

Character is preserved in the hotel’s breakfast and tea rooms, while its lovely location in the very centre of Dublin make walking all around the area a swift and thoroughly pleasant accomplishment.  Modern trappings aren’t lost on the management of Buswells’ either; free WiFi and the ability to prepare tea and coffee within their rooms are standard features the discerning guest can enjoy advantage of, while all rooms are well-furnished to confer a homely, yet classy feel.

A well-furnished twin room in Buswells Hotel

Address: Buswells Hotel, 26/27 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, D02 CT80, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 6146500
Email: info@buswells.ie
Website: http://www.buswells.ie/

Castleknock Hotel and Country Club

The Castleknock Hotel and Country Club offers comfort and hospitality in a wonderful rural setting. Located just a short drive from Dublin’s city centre, and several of the surrounding rural attractions that distinguish Ireland so wonderfully, Castleknock’s multitudinous facilities bring choice and class in equal measure for guests booking in. Wedding parties for instance are always impressed by the sumptuous Phoenix Suite dining room. Friendly staff and a delightful ambiance characterize the entire venue, which is also reasonably near Dublin airport for superb and expedient guest access.

Castleknock Hotel and Country Club's exterior and lawns

A venue meriting every one of its four stars, Castleknock’s bedrooms universally offer comfort and views out to the green Irish countryside. En suite bathrooms, TVs with online YouTube and Netflix video, WiFi and satellite TV are all standard. For guests wanting a workout, the hotel gym and pool provide ample opportunities to tone up, while the spa and massage services present give guests the pampering characteristic of a great holiday. Mealtimes meanwhile are succinctly catered in The Park restaurant, while the casually orientated The Avenue eatery offers an experience closer to that of the traditional pub.

The Castleknock Hotel's Phoenix Suite, popular for wedding reception meals

Address: Castleknock Hotel & Country Club, Porterstown Road, Dublin 15, D15 WNR7, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 640 6300
Email: reservations@chcc.ie
Website: http://www.castleknockhotel.com/

Blooms Hotel (Dublin)

The Blooms Hotel is Dublin’s best placed hotel for the shopaholic, sandwiched as it is between Henry Street and Grafton Street. While its location is an understandably huge draw, the Blooms Hotel is a lovely little place in its own right, with the VAT House bar adjacent to its ground floor a trendy and welcoming establishment constituting a portion of Temple Bar. Well illuminated and spacious rooms with tall windows, comfy beds, flat screen televisions and tasteful designs render evenings pleasant and nights restful. Not to mention the gorgeous colours of the hotel’s distinctively arty exterior!

The Blooms Hotel's distinctive, arty exterior

A lovely, leather-seated breakfast room makes waking up and starting your day in Dublin almost as pleasant as experiencing the multitude of attractions and events that keep the eager traveller busy. Indeed, this venue’s superb location at the corner of the Temple Bar district makes the Blooms Hotel a great choice for the holidaymaker keen on having an action-packed, fun-filled time in Ireland’s fine capital. The best room rates are available via the Blooms Hotel’s very own website; clever bookers can go there to sort the best deals on their Dublin accommodation.

An expansive, spacious double bedroom in Blooms Hotel


Address: Blooms Hotel, 3-6 Anglesea Street, Dublin 2, D02 FK84, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 671 5622
Email: info@blooms.ie
Website: http://www.blooms.ie/

The Kildare Street Hotel

The Kildare Street Hotel in Dublin city centre is a modest 2-star hotel that nevertheless brings heaps of uniqueness and grace to its accommodation. Rooms range from singles all the way up to large triple and family sized rooms, with TVs, WiFi and en suite bathroom standard. The hotel itself also hosts a selection of modern, renovated self-catering apartments, allowing travellers on a budget to prepare their own meals within classy and spacious self-contained accommodation. All the while the hotel’s friendly, courteous and attentive staff are on hand to make your stay in Kildare Street the best imaginable.

Modern, newly-renovated apartments at Kildare Street Hotel

Bargain rates and offers are available particularly for travellers booking direct via the hotel’s website. What’s more if you book online you’ll receive a box of chocolates the moment you arrive. This gesture sets the mood for what you can expect in Dublin’s city centre; a place known for its happy-go-lucky mood, hospitality and genuineness, where dream holidays are enjoyed and savoured by many visitors every day.

One of Kildare Street Hotel's family rooms

Address: Kildare Street Hotel, 47 Kildare Street, Dublin 2, D02 CT92, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 866 5626
Email: info@keycollection.ie
Website: http://www.thekeycollection.ie/

Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan

Situated conveniently between Dublin and its surrounding provinces, the Talbot Hotel Stillorgan makes for a fantastic base whether you want to access areas of natural beauty such as the Irish coast or the Wicklow Mountains National Park, or wish to scope out the vibrantly cosmopolitan city life. Either choice is well within your grasp, with this lovely 4-star hotel offering good respite from each long day, and a great start in the form of its delicious breakfasts.

Talbot Hotel Stillorgan's entrance

All members of staff, whether they’re on the reception or housekeeping, accomplish their duties with efficiency and courtesy, and the hotel’s 150 rooms range from small single bed affairs to sizable suites decked out in luxury. In common they share beautiful en-suite bathrooms fashioned from white and grey marbles, while add-ons from refreshments to WiFi to toiletries to hair dryers are all available, making the Talbot one of Stillorgan’s – and all Dublin’s – best hotels for busy travellers with a roster of activities to accomplish on their Irish holiday.

A spacious double room in the Talbot Hotel Stillorgan

Address: Talbot Hotel Stillorgan, Stillorgan Road, County Dublin, A94 V6K5, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 200 1800
Email: reservations@talbotstillorgan.com
Website: http://www.talbothotelstillorgan.com/

The Temple Bar Hotel

As its name suggests, The Temple Bar Hotel is right where the action is in Dublin – the very centre of Temple Bar. Nightlife and raucous entertainments are the order of the day (and night) making this hotel ideal for holidaymakers wanting to imbue their break in Dublin with the convivial party spirit the Irish and Celtic cultures are so well-rated for. Any guest wishing to peruse and attend the many attractions of the capital can joyously do so rested and ready for each day’s activities.

The Temple Bar Hotel's exterior

The hotel itself is no mere sleeping stopoff; over 130 spacious rooms of various tiers and sizes range over four floors, all with en suite bathrooms and superb facilities as standard. Modern TVs with cable service, tea and coffee making, and the option to receive room service all exists. Also, a specially designed ‘Hen Pen’ and ‘Stag Pad’ exist for groups visiting Dublin for celebrations preluding weddings. With so much of Dublin just outside the door, it’s little wonder why The Temple Bar Hotel is such a popular choice for visitors seeking the best and most fun-packed time in Ireland’s capital.

One of the Temple Bar Hotel's bedrooms

Address: Temple Bar Hotel, 40-47 Fleet Street, Dublin 2, D02 NX25, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 677 3333
Email: reservations@tbh.ie
Website: http://www.templebarhotel.com/

Louis Fitzgerald Hotel

The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel is a modern place where the accommodation is inseparable from the intense hospitality and courteous manners forever displayed by its wonderful staff. The hotel marries up creature comforts such as its plush rooms, with a certain quirkiness as can be seen in its colourful lobby. All in all, 190 rooms are present in this stylishly contemporary venue, many of which afford the guest great views over Dublin city centre, in keeping with this hotel’s 4-star status.

The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel's contemporary exterior

The trend of classiness set by the spacious single, double and deluxe tier rooms with their delightful furnishings and en suites is continued in the LJ Bar and Restaurant downstairs. Here, guests are served scrumptious breakfasts, lunches and evening meals every day. Transport links into both the Dublin city centre and many of the scenic towns and settlements encircling the capital exist, making the Louis Fitzgerald a well-placed choice for the discerning visitor to Ireland.

A spacious double room at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel

Address: Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Naas Road, Dublin 22, D22 X5N7, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 403 3300
Email: info@louisfitzgeraldhotel.com
Website: http://www.louisfitzgeraldhotel.com/

Red Cow Moran Hotel

The Red Cow Moran Hotel gains its rather unusual name from the nearby Red Cow intersection, which is the road commonly known locally as the gateway from Dublin into the provinces and country beyond. It’s a grandiose affair, with a sweeping staircase flanked by paintings offering a fine entrance to what is a popular venue for marriages and business seminars. The rooms themselves range between the comfy and functional to the outright opulent, with marvellous en suite bathrooms well-lit and modern.

The Red Cow Moran Hotel's sweeping central staircase

Given its great location at the crossroads between Dublin city centre’s many entertainments and diversions, and the fresh, castle and abbey dotted countryside of the Emerald Isle, the Red Cow eagerly provides hospitality and food to match its ideal situation. Reception personnel are attentive and courteous, while the daily breakfasts will fill your belly and have you off with a satiated start to your day. Overall, it’s a place for the holidaymaker eager to take their fill of contrasting locales, or the business traveller wanting superb access to the entire Dublin area.

A family bedroom in the Red Cow Moran Hotel

Address: Red Cow Moran Hotel, The Red Cow Complex, Naas Road, Dublin 22, D22 YX80, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 459 3650
Email: redcowinfo@moranhotels.com
Website: http://www.redcowmoranhotel.com/

Trinity City Hotel

Adjacent to the historic Trinity College in Dublin, the Trinity City Hotel (formerly the Trinity Capital Hotel) offers up the stunning redbrick architecture of its namesake while being a wholesome place for accommodation in its own right. The four star venue boasts a range of rooms, from ordinary single and doubles to expansively sized suites complete with delightful views over the city centre and luxury seating. Perhaps grandest of all is the Georgian suite, where modern fabrics and plush pillows clash with the ennobling legacy of the Regency era.

The Trinity City Hotel's exterior

Downstairs, the Trinity City Restaurant keeps guests fed and watered. Breakfast times in particular feature a delightful selection of options including choice for vegetarians: the splendid food is prepared with a view to preluding your day in Dublin with a delight which staff hope you’ll feel throughout your time within and outside the Trinity City Hotel. Sightseeing opportunities aplenty, including the beautiful Trinity College Dublin grounds, present themselves all round this lovely hotel, which strives to preserve that keynote luxury holidaymakers revel within.

One of the Trinity City Hotel's executive rooms

Address: Trinity City Hotel, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, D02 FW96, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 648 1000
Email: info@trinitycityhotel.com
Website: http://www.trinitycityhotel.com/