Dublin hotel deals have always been among the most popular online searches by tourists, business travellers and visitors from all parts of Ireland. During the Celtic Tiger years, Dublin hotel prices were generally high and very cheap deals were invariably difficult to locate. In midst of the current recession, however, competition among hotels is fierce and Dublin hotel deals are consequently much easier to find, particularly if you know where and how to look.
When searching for Dublin hotel deals, therefore, it is advisable to use a Google map of Dublin and make sure you have immediate access to a comprehensive selection of hotels with addresses, descriptions, photographs and details of the amenities they offer.
Consider each hotel’s proximity to popular Dublin tourist attractions such as: Grafton Street, St Stephens Green, Trinity College, the GPO (O’Connell Street), Dublin Castle, the Guinness Storehouse, the Ha’penny Bridge (River Liffey), Leinster House (Oireachtas / Irish Parliament), Famine Statues (Custom House Quay), Christ Church Cathedral, Four Courts, Phoenix Park, Temple Bar, National Gallery, National Museum of Ireland, and the National Library of Ireland.
Travel writers from around the world invariably advise their readers to visit one or more of the following famous Dublin pubs(though not necessarily on the one day): The Brazen Head, Davy Byrne’s, Doheny & Nesbitts, McDaid’s, The Baggot Inn, The Palace Bar, O’Donoghue’s, O’Neill’s, and Brogan’s. Fortunately, these establishments are conveniently located in the vicinity of the city centre.
Dublin City centre hotels are all within easy walking distance of the most popular shopping areas such as Grafton Street and Henry Street; and the Abbey and the Gaiety theatres.
Dublin’s local transport infrastructure (taxis, buses, trams and trains) caters admirably for people who wish to commute around the city or travel further afield to Dublin’s coastal resorts such as Malahide, Howth, Sandymount, Blackrock, Dun Laoghaire, Sandycove, Dalkey, Killiney, and Bray.
Dublin’s Luas (tram or light rail system) has two lines: the red line runs from Tallaght to Connollystation; the blue line runs from Sandyford to St Stephens Green. The Dart, Dublin’s suburban rail system, runs from Malahide to Greystones.
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