Dublin is a city steeped in historic importance and is today Ireland's capital and largest city, divided into the Medieval Quarter, Georgian Quarter, Docklands Quarter, Cultural Quarter and Creative Quarter. Make the most of your visit by taking your pick from our selection of hotels in Dublin below. The city can proudly boast the fact that there is something to entertain everyone, with Medieval and Georgian architecture making up large portions of the area, making it perfect for sightseers. A number of museums are available for people wanting to learn more about the cultural and industrial impact that Dublin has made. The National Museum of Ireland is housed within Dublin, or for people wanting to learn more about the city's biggest export, there is also a museum dedicated entirely to Guinness. Dublin has excellent transport links both within the city and leading further afield: Dublin Airport offers both long and short haul journeys as well as flights within Ireland. Two main railway stations serve as transport within the city, with an addition tram network available for shorter journeys around the city. In addition to road access, Dublin is also accessible via ferry. Booking a hotel in Dublin with AccorHotels couldn't be easier. Simply browse our selection of hotels below and choose one that best suits your needs. Booking online with AccorHotels offers a host of benefits, including our Best Price Guarantee and last minute and real-time room availability.

Our hotels in Dublin

7.54 k.m from the city centre

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