Economy Hotels in the Dublin Area

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The Arlington Hotel - Temple Bar
The Arlington Hotel is one of Dublin's most centrally located hotel, overlooking the River Liffey, right in the heart of Dublin City and close to Temple Bar, Tourist Attractions, Shopping and Business Districts.

The hotel offers good value for money for Dublin visitors. Check out the "Irish Experience" with Irish dancing and dinner, or Knightsbridge Late Bar, adjacent to the hotel. Availability at the Arlington Hotel can be hard to find during busy weekends and sporting events so make sure to book well in advance. You can get a good deal midweek with rates from Eur50 per person sharing.

The Bridge House - Temple Bar
The Bridge House is on Parliament Street, Temple Bar. It is a family run guest house rather than a hotel but all of the rooms are fitted out to hotel standards. Each room has a private bathroom, TV, & Direct Dial Telephone.

From Sunday to Thursday nights they operate a fixed room rate of Euro 105.00 per room ( 150.00 per room at weekends) for up to 3 sharing. Higher rates apply at weekends but they are still competitive, taking into account it's location. The rates include continental breakfast.

Being a listed building, they were not able to put in an elevator and, as the stairs are a bit steep, we would'nt recommend it for older folks. Other than that, it is a nice property, a great location and in overall terms, good value for money.

Wynns Hotel - City Centre
Wynns is a traditional style 3 star hotel in the city centre at the corner of O'Connell Street & Abbey Street. From Sunday to Thursday nights, their rates are Euro 130.00 for a twin / double room. These prices include a full Irish breakfast. When you take into account the cost of the breakfast in the "Inns" there isn't a huge cost difference. There is a nice bar, restaurant & friendly staff. It is definately worth a look.

Camden Deluxe Hotel - City Centre
Located on Camden Street which is a great alternative to Temple Bar for night life. Pubs range from traditional Irish pubs (E.g. Flannerys) to Trendy late bars (E.g. The Village Bar or Solas). There is a great live venue called Whelans where you will find live music most nights of the week. A cover charge may apply but its well worth it! Food options are limitless on Camden Street also. Check out Surma - a great Indian Restaurant at the top of Camden Street or Bucci Italian Cuisine also on Camden Street.The Camden Deluxe Hotel is right on Camden Street. Its a 2* standard hotel with late bar, pool hall, restaurant and great friendly service.

Moving outside the city centre there are also a number of good options which can be worth considering, particularly if you are bringing a car with you. The three hotels below all have excellent parking, are good hotels and are very accessible from the city using public transport:

Skylon Hotel - North City & Airport - From Euro 96.00 Per Person Sharing - Room Only
Paramount Hotel - Temple Bar - From Euro 65 Per Person Sharing B&B
Hardings Hotel - Temple Bar - From Euro 55 Per Person Sharing - Room Only
Jackson Hotel - City Centre South- From Euro 70 Per Person Sharing B&B
Harcourt Hotel - City Centre South - From Euro 70 Per Person Sharing B&B

If you are coming to Dublin over a busy period it will be difficult to get budge accommodation and we would always suggest booking ahead if possible. Please feel free to call us on our tollfree numbers and we will do our best to find somewhere suitable. Please note that if you are coming at a weekend, we will not be able to assist you with budget accommodation if you are looking to stay for only one night! If you have come across other hotels that you want to find out about or if you want to check availability, please feel free to contact us on the toll-free numbers below or use the search engine above.