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Dylan Hotel

Dylan Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Dylan Hotel is a stylish 44-room boutique with a quiet and safe location in Dublin 4, an upscale neighborhood a short walk from the city center. Each room has been individually styled with a mix of whimsical decor -- artistic headboards, intricate mirrors, and statement chairs -- and classic pieces. Amenities are fantastic for such a small property. In the room, there are flat-screen TVs, iPod docks (with iPods loaded with historical Dublin walking tours), stocked minibars, and bathrooms with underfloor heating. Some bathrooms also have big, luxurious soaking tubs with small flat-screen TVs. Amenities in the hotel include a fitness room, cozy bar, heated outdoor terrace, solid restaurant, and 24-hour room service. In addition to its character and sleek style, the Dylan is known for excellent service.

La Stampa Hotel & Spa

La Stampa Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The La Stampa Hotel & Spa is a 28-room boutique option in the center of Dublin. Eastern and Moroccan themes dominate the decor, and rooms have comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, and stocked minibars. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and some have luxurious soaking tubs. The on-site Mandala Spa continues the Moroccan theme and offers a long list of treatments, along with cozy seating. Restaurants and bars are a draw at this hotel, including the upscale Pink Supper Club and Sam Sara, home to a great late-night scene. The location on Dawson Street is easy walking distance from shopping on Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green, but the hotel is on the pricey side.

Schoolhouse Hotel

Schoolhouse Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Schoolhouse is a charming, historic hotel located in the leafy Ballsbridge neighborhood. The building housed a school from 1859 through 1969, and underwent a restoration in 1997 that preserved its historic character. The result is a traditional, cozy boutique hotel unlike any other in Dublin. All rooms are named after a famous Irish writer and have classic decor including floral prints and antiques. Rooms do have modern touches as well, including flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and fluffy duvets. Bathrooms have historic charm, but are a little snug. The architecture of the hotel is most striking in the on-site restaurant and bar which share a beamed cathedral ceiling. The vibrant neighborhood bar has a fireplace, outdoor seating, and screens to show all the big sports matches. The quiet location, excellent food, and history of this hotel make it one of Dublin's best affordable picks.

The Beacon Hotel

The Beacon Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Beacon Hotel is a trendy 88-room boutique that is a breath of hip, fresh air in the Dublin hotel scene. All-white rooms have fun design features including pops of color, bamboo shoots, and ornate headboards. Bathrooms are equally chic with modern fixtures, gray tiles, and walk-in showers; some rooms have sexy freestanding soaking tubs in front of floor-to-ceiling windows. The location is far from Dublin's tourist spots -- but close the tram (LUAS) for reaching the city center -- and parking is free. Hotel features include the Crystal Bar for cocktails, My Thai restaurant, a beer garden, and free Wi-Fi.

The Cliff Townhouse

The Cliff Townhouse Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Cliff Townhouse is a quaint bed and breakfast with a prestigious address on St. Stephen's Green. This historic townhouse is better known for its upscale restaurant and bar than its 10 elegant, individually decorated rooms. The rooms are one of the best kept secrets in Dublin, with free Wi-Fi, soft furnishings, and lovely accents. An excellent breakfast is included in the nightly rate and many guests also take advantage of the fantastic in-house restaurant, complete with a fireplace. While there is no elevator that reaches all of the rooms and the lobby is very small, this historic boutique offers an incredible location and delicious dining.

Number 31

Number 31 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 21-room boutique-style hotel called Number 31 was once the home of Sam Stephenson, Dublin’s famous modernist architect. With an elegant, contemporary design theme and a cozy, welcoming vibe, this property is a favorite for guests who want to stay close to the shopping and dining district in the city center. Period-style rooms are upscale and feature original Georgian details like lofty ceilings and cornices. Guests rave about the cooked-to-order breakfast spread and personalized service.

Hampton Hotel

Hampton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hampton Hotel is a 24-room boutique in the pretty, residential neighborhood of Donnybrook. The exterior of the building is classic Georgian architecture, but the interior is contemporary. Rooms are spacious with a fun use of color and pattern along with flat-screen TVs, comfortable beds, and electric fireplaces. Big bathrooms are updated and some offer soaking tubs. The bar and bistro serves continental cuisine in a cozy environment, and room service is available. The bistro also offers al fresco dining during the warm months. Another highlight of the hotel is a nightclub, Vanilla, open on weekends. With a quiet location and free Wi-Fi, this hotel is a good pick for guests that don't need to be in the very heart of the city.

Paramount Hotel

Paramount Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 64-room Paramount Hotel is located in the popular Temple Bar area, the "cultural quarter" of Dublin known for its nightlife. This mid-range hotel has 64 spacious rooms with dark wood accents, sepia-toned framed photographs, and flat-screen TVs. The decor is influenced by 1930s style and includes nice touches such as plush headboards. Some rooms have balconies and all rooms have electric kettles, a safe, and free Wi-Fi. Hotel amenities include a restaurant and a nightclub open until 3 am. Guests on lower floors often complain about street noise.

Castle Hotel

Castle Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 28-room Castle Hotel is a mid-range option in an old Georgian building that offers great value for price. The rooms are basic but updated with attractive decor, comfortable beds, and flat-screen TVs. Room perks include floor to ceiling windows, an electric kettle, safe, and a pleasant color scheme. Superior rooms are even nicer with more attention to the finishes. Common areas, including the residence lounges, are inviting with antique touches such as chandeliers and working fireplaces. With an on-site restaurant and bar, traditional and charming decor, and free breakfast, this hotel on the north side of the River Liffey offers great value.

O'Callaghan Stephen's Green

O'Callaghan Stephen's Green Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The O'Callaghan Stephen's Green is a historic property in a convenient location right off the corner of the central park, St. Stephen's Green. Spacious, clean rooms have updated amenities such as flat-screen TVs, European and U.S. plugs, and electronic safes. Decor is contemporary with colorful touches of purple. The cozy library offers a great spot to sit with a book by the fireplace on a cold day. Additional hotel amenities include a 24-hour business center, well-equipped fitness center, and solid bar. However, the hotel does charge for Wi-Fi and some bathrooms are in need of a facelift.

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