The Best Hotels in Dublin izy November 20, 2014 Travel Tips Dublin has a plethora of hotels and guesthouses available, and it can be tricky to figure out which one is right for you. If you’re looking for something special for that honeymoon or anniversary, or simply want to treat yourself, here are the best hotels in Dublin: Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport Hotel Located just minutes from the airport, Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport is surrounded by 85 acres of woodlands. While there are plenty of Dublin Airport hotels to choose from, this one is by far the winner, due to its value for money, and the customer service shown by the staff. If you’re looking for airport parking, take a look into Airparks, so you won’t need to worry about finding transportation to and from the airport. Airparks Airport Parking – Proud to park your car. The Merrion Hotel The Merrion is a classy elderly lady, offering elegance without stuffiness, and a Georgian grace with Irelands largest collection of private art. Don’t forget to stop by the Tethra Spa for a truly relaxing experience-the hardest part will be limiting yourself to one or two treatments. This hotel gives new meaning to the word “opulent”, and the spacious rooms will have you feeling at home faster than the concierge can unpack your bags. Four Seasons Four Seasons has long been known for their impressive bathrooms (with L’Occitane toiletries), their Irish whiskies, and the friendly and unobtrusive staff. While the hotel was built 15 years ago, it’s been refurbished often enough to remain both relevant and timeless, and the location ensures that it’s central without being surrounded by pubs. Both morning coffee and afternoon tea are available in the drawing room, and you’ll be sure to meet people in the Ice Bar, with some of the most impressive cocktails in Dublin on the menu. The Shelbourne Hotel This is the signature five-star hotel in Dublin, and you certainly won’t miss the red-brick building, which has been standing since 1824. The location couldn’t be better, and it’s an easy five minute walk to the city centre. The hotel was closed for eighteen months a few years ago, and given a makeover that has since brought in plenty of crowds. Make sure you get a south-facing room, so you’ll have views of the mountains, compared with the north-facing rooms which don’t have a view at all. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.