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Dublin hotels

Dublin's hotels enjoyed a brief resurgence in the mid-aughts, before a big bad recession spoiled the party. Dozens of hip hotels arrived on the Dublin scene within the space of a few years: The Four Seasons opened a palatial new-build hotel in Ballsbridge; Bewley's budget chain revamped the old Masonic school at Thomas Prior Hall; and John Rocha opened the floodgates for design hotels with his Morrison Hotel on the quays. But the big Dublin hotel news was the stunning restoration of two Victorians. Opened in late 2006, the Dylan (formerly the Hibernian Hotel) was built in 1900 as a nurses' dorm and is now considered Dublin's coolest sleepover. The Shelbourne, Dublin's grande dame hotel (the Irish Constitution was drafted in Room 112 in 1922), finally reopened in spring of 2007 following a lengthy upgrade. The net result is light-years from the hotel room squeeze of years ago, with reasonable value now available at almost every price point in Dublin.

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Bewley's Hotel, Dublin

It was only a matter of time before Ryanair's business model came to be applied to hotels. Rooms at Bewley's are advertised from €59 (around $85) but...more

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Brooks Hotel, Dublin

You can't fault the location of the comfortable, efficient four-star Brooks Hotel. A stone's throw from St. Stephen's Green, and a quick skip from funky Fade...more

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Clarence, Dublin

The one hotel everyone's heard of, because it's part-owned by Bono and The Edge. For some time, however, the Clarence has been doing something U2 would not...more

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Dylan, Dublin

Although hidden away on a quiet lane, this chic 44-room Victorian is getting a lot of attention as the hotel of the moment. On the outside it's stately and...more

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Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin

As chic as it is elite—designer Terence Conran wouldn't have it any other way—the 139-room Fitzwilliam hotel has a split personality in terms of...more

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Four Seasons Hotel Dublin, Dublin

Stranded in the Royal Dublin Society Showgrounds out in upscale but boring Ballsbridge, the 197-room Four Seasons Dublin occupies a purpose-built faux Edwardian...more

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Merrion, Dublin

Though the Merrion opened in 1997, it feels like the oldest hotel in town—not least due to the Georgian wing it has retained. In a city of spotty service,...more

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Morgan, Dublin

Such was the demand for the Morgan hotel's 66 rooms, the Temple Bar property decided to expand in 2005, adding 40 new deluxe bedrooms, plus 15 long-stay...more

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Morrison, Dublin

You'll find the 138-room Morrison, one of the hippest hotels in Dublin, on the north bank of the River Liffey, just across the water from the all-singing,...more

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Number 31, Dublin

A brass knocker and polished numerals are the only indication that a guesthouse exists down this inconspicuous laneway. But what a guesthouse—Number 31...more

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