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The House Hotel

The House Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This intimate, 40-room boutique is one of Galway's best upscale options, and has charm to spare, with a historic stone exterior and bold, quirky interior. There are few features to speak of -- no fitness center, spa services, or dedicated meeting rooms -- but the convenient location near the Spanish Arch and the heart of the Latin Quarter is ideal for sightseeing. Rooms have bright, stylish contemporary decor and upscale bathrooms with towel warmers and rainfall showerheads. The restaurant, The House Cocktail Bar & Bistro, is a local hot spot and serves modern Irish cuisine.
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 Morgan

The Morgan Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Morgan is a boutique hotel located in Temple Bar, the "cultural quarter" and nightlife center in Dublin. The all-white rooms have comfortable beds and crisp linens, and are complete with modern bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and electric kettles. To some, the pops of color and animal prints will feel chic, while others may not find the style to their taste. The Penthouse Suite has a large balcony and is often rented out for events. There is no gym (though the hotel does provide free passes to facilities down the street) or spa and in-room Wi-Fi comes at an additional fee, but the hotel is home to a popular neighborhood bar serving a small tapas menu and cocktails. Families might want to look beyond this hip spot as some guests complain about noise on the weekends and bathroom doors are simply frosted glass, not providing much privacy.
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.
North Star Hotel - Premier Club Suites

North Star Hotel - Premier Club Suites Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The upper-middle-range North Star Hotel - Premier Club Suites is a deceptively large, 161-room hotel housed in a renovated Georgian property that's enough of a Dublin landmark to get a mention in James Joyce's book Ulysses. The location is very central, with the city's main train station across the road, which also means a lot of local hubbub -- some of which inevitably reaches the rooms. The cheapest rooms are a little bland, it may be worth upgrading for a fresher look and more space. Generally, though facilities are good, especially the sauna and a bar with a cozy outdoor beer garden. Rates are very reasonable for a city center stay.
Harding Hotel

Harding Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Harding Hotel is a family-run three-pearl hotel, with a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Found in the old medieval quarter of Dublin, this hotel has surprisingly spacious rooms considering its location and reasonable rates. However, they're dated with bland decor and old tube TVs. Therefore, it's a popular choice for budget-minded tourists who want to easily reach many of Dublin's top attractions by foot. There's free Wi-Fi but the hotel lacks many other features, instead covering just the basics. Its most popular amenity is an on-location bar with live music that serves 70 types of Irish whiskey.
Temple Bar Hotel

Temple Bar Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Temple Bar Hotel is a mid-sized option in the middle of Dublin's busiest, most energetic district. The 129 rooms are a decent size with basic decor and flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, duvets, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has a restaurant -- that serves a hearty Irish breakfast -- two bars, and a nightclub. A variety of pubs and clubs and are on the doorstep of this hotel, making street noise an issue. Temple Bar is well known for nightlife, but this cultural quarter of Dublin is also home to great markets, shopping, and galleries. While decor is slightly outdated, this clean, central hotel offers good value in Dublin.
Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 131-room Arlington Hotel, located within a short walk of Temple Bar, is a budget option best suited for young travelers hoping to save some cash. The hotel has a popular restaurant (where traditional Celtic performances take place every night) and a nightclub, but few other amenities -- there's no fitness center or business center. While some guests take full advantage of the nightclub, others may not appreciate the crowds and music that can often be heard late into the night. Rooms are simple; some have flat-screen TVs, others have tube TVs, and all offer coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi. Groups and families may consider the budget-friendly Family Rooms, which can accommodate up to four travelers in three separate beds.
Dublin Citi Hotel

Dublin Citi Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Dublin Citi Hotel is a small, 27-room property with a very convenient location. Bright rooms are on the small side, with duvets, electric kettles, and bathrooms with shower/tub combos. This hotel has few amenities, with no lobby and small tube TVs in some rooms. The bar downstairs feels much more polished and is a popular spot for nightlife. As a result, the hotel leaves out earplugs for guests on arrival -- it can get pretty noisy on weekends. However, Wi-Fi is free and the location is convenient for exploring Temple Bar and other south side attractions.
Generator Hostel Dublin

Generator Hostel Dublin Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Converted from a hotel, the six-story Generator Hostel Dublin can accommodate up to 540 guests. Located within walking distance of major tourist attractions, the property features everything from bare basic dorm-style rooms with multiple bunk beds to private suites with their own showers. This property appeals to both the young and the young at heart, with a lively social scene in a popular artsy neighborhood.

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  • Air Conditioner
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  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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