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Louis Fitzgerald Hotel

Louis Fitzgerald Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 190-room Louis Fitzgerald is a modern hotel on the outskirts of Dublin that caters to business travelers. Business-friendly features include the 20 meeting rooms, free underground parking, 24-hour room service, fitness center (albeit small), and a free shuttle to nearby businesses. Rooms are contemporary and comfortable, with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Certain categories, such as Family Rooms and Triple Rooms, can accommodate larger groups. The lobby and restaurant feel upscale, with sleek leather seats and funky paintings. The hotel has a free shuttle to the LUAS tram station, and the ride from there into Dublin takes approximately 30 minutes.
Mespil Hotel

Mespil Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Mespil Hotel offers a fantastic location overlooking the Grand Canal in the upscale Ballsbridge neighborhood. Big, contemporary rooms have comfortable beds with crisp white linens, color accent walls, large windows, and updated amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Hotel features include an all-day bistro, casual bar, free self-parking (though space is limited), and hearty breakfast. While there's no fitness center, there are many paths along the canal for a jog. Some rooms can feel a little dated, but this hotel offers great value and service in a safe, quiet neighborhood.
Jurys Inn Custom House

Jurys Inn Custom House Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Jurys Inn Custom House is a mid-range hotel located on the northern flank of the River Liffey. Rooms are clean and contemporary, and feature flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, and small work desks. Some rooms have great views of the River Liffey. Hotel amenities include a casual restaurant -- serving a hearty breakfast -- and a coffee bar. The location is particularly convenient for the 02 Arena, the Grand Canal Theatre, and the Convention Center. However, there are pesky fees for Wi-Fi and parking.
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.
Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane

Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 304-room Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane is located near the Grand Canal Theatre, just south of the River Liffey. While the location isn't exactly in the city center, it is a short walk away from central Trinity College and Temple Bar. Spacious, contemporary rooms offer good value, especially considering the free Wi-Fi, and include electric kettles and safes; some have small balconies. The furniture might be a bit generic, but the hotel has impressive features, including the huge indoor lap pool and massive fitness center. There's also a decent on-site restaurant and bar serving a nice daily breakfast buffet. While there's plenty to do around the hotel, some of the most popular sights are a good walk away.
Beech Lodge B&B

Beech Lodge B&B Rating: 3.0 Pearls

When it comes to B&Bs with a homey feel and a personal touch, Beech Lodge is hard to beat. The owners really give guests a warm welcome and make a point of helping out with any aspect of their stay. Rooms are clean, fresh, and comfortable, though you'll hear some traffic noise in those at the front of the house. Breakfast is a particular highlight -- it's freshly cooked with lots of choice. Rates are very reasonable, and if you don't mind being a few miles from city center, this is a great choice.
Green Isle Hotel

Green Isle Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 270-room, mid-range Green Isle Hotel looks a little featureless from the outside, but has bright, colorful interiors. The location isn't great for those hoping to explore Dublin city center -- it's far from the city's central attractions -- but just off the N7 road makes the hotel easy to access for drivers. Renovated, modern rooms are adequate for this caliber of property, though some traffic can be heard from those facing the road. A leisure center (with pool and steam room) is a surprising bonus, and parking is free of charge. Also check rates the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel -- it's a bit nearer to town and prices are comparable.
Best Western Sheldon Park Hotel

Best Western Sheldon Park Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 104-room Best Western Sheldon Park Hotel is a solid mid-range option for travelers who don't mind being removed from downtown, which is about a 20-minute ride from the nearby tram stop. Rooms vary; most rooms have basic modern decor (aside from the occasional old tube TV) in muted colors, while suites are more traditional but also more dated, with details such as bed drapery, patterned bedspreads, and bright red carpet. Some rooms don't have a window. They do all have electric kettles, TVs, and trouser presses. The on-site restaurant and bar receive good reviews and a live band sometimes performs. The leisure center has a well-equipped fitness center, indoor heated pool, sauna, and steam room. There's free parking and Wi-Fi, but the connection can be finicky.
Charleville Lodge

Charleville Lodge Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Charleville Lodge is a budget-friendly option in a row of Victorian homes a short drive from Dublin's city center. The hotel sits on a tree-lined street in Phibsborough, located between the airport and the heart of Dublin in. Basic, simple rooms have fresh linens and are clean and bright. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and there are some triple rooms that are well-suited for groups of budget travelers. Some rooms have small flat-screen TVs while others have old tube TVs. Hotel features include a lounge with a fireplace and a solid breakfast. While the location is quiet, the city center is a long walk, bus ride, or cab ride away.
The Townhouse

The Townhouse Rating: 3.0 Pearls

For guests who want Dublin's bustling city center at their doorstep, The Townhouse B&B offers good value on a lovely doorstep. Housed in an early 19th-century Georgian town house, it retains many of its period features. The rooms, though, while homey, are pretty simple and some show signs of wear. Front-facing rooms also get some traffic noise, though the Japanese-style garden in the back provides a peaceful haven. The Townhouse can feel a bit like a youth hostel, but for the price and location, it's a pretty good deal.


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