The 3-star hotel in Dublin like Academy Plaza Hotel offers reasonable rates at 205US$. Handel'S Hotel Temple Bar By The Key Collection is another good budget hotel, which is just a 5-minute walk to the center of Dublin and within close proximity of Darkey Kelly's Bar & Restaurant restaurant. Harrington House Hostel is a budget hostel in Dublin that is 15 minutes' walk to Stag's Head Dublin. Budget travelers will find a number of hostels like Backpackers Citi Hostel tucked away in Drumcondra district of the city.
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If you're looking for hotels near Dublin airport when you have an early or late flight, Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport and Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport are the closest options. Brooks Hotel is only a 5-minute walk from St. Stephen's Green metro station and comes with a sauna, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. Remain flexible during your journey to Dublin and stay close to Connolly railroad station booking a room at Paddy'S Palace Dublin, which is 1300 feet away.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For travelers who would like to stay a little closer to the city center, the 4-star The Green with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and boating is the ideal choice. Staycity Serviced Apartments Christchurch is a well-known 3-star property situated in the very heart of the downtown. If you are interested in staying in Temple Bar district, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin is around 15 minutes away on foot from Old Jameson Distillery.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Dublin
Highly-rated hotels near George Russell Monument in Dublin include the 4-star Premier Suites Dublin alongside with the 4-star Waterloo House. The Dawson Hotel is rated as one of the best boutique hotels in Dublin, offering views over the mountain. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Holiday Inn Express Dublin City Centre, which is also a 15-minute walk away from Leinster House.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Celtic Lodge Guesthouse - Restaurant & Bar is a family-friendly budget apartment which also offers a sun deck and a sun terrace. If you're visiting Dublin, book a snug B&B near Milltown Shopping Centre, such as Paddy'S House or Abc House B&B. Business travelers can stay at Dergvale and Grand Canal Hotel in Ballsbridge district, since it provides you with a tennis court, a health club and a patio. Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel is a top resort hotel with some of the best South Coast and Dublin Bay's views and a sauna, a health club and a rooftop terrace.
City Guide: Discover the best of Dublin
''A center of paralysis''.
These are the words you won’t hear in today's Dublin, but in the early 20th century they were uttered by Irish novelist and author of masterpiece ''Ulysses'' James Joyce to illustrate Ireland’s economic, social, and religion stagnation.
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James Joyce found a shelter from Dublin's provincial toughness in Paris – light and romantic - at that time a total opposite to Dublin. He could hardly imagine that Dublin would be on its way to rediscover itself as a rival to cosmopolitan Paris. In later years, the city's name would be again immortalized by Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney and music genius ''U2'' – a band that won a global audience.
Today Dublin is more than the etymology of its name resembles – ''black pool''. It is a culturally diverse and historically concentrated destination. Dublin was originally settled by Vikings in 988 and by the 14th century the King of England controlled Dublin. This regency led a foundation for further fight for independence from Britain, something eventually gained in 1916. It led to the arrest of hundreds and execution of 15 rebels. However, British rule influenced the cityscape of Dublin thus today's attractions include;
- Kilmainham Gaol, a historical place of execution of rebels from the 1916 Easter Rising
- Dublin Castle, former seat of British rule
- Dublin Zoo, a place to see rare animal species
- Phoenix Park, the largest urban park in Europe
You can find all these sights treasured in Dublin itself situated at the mouth of the Liffley River. Generally, Dublin occupies the area of approximately 115sqkm. All this land is inhabited with 505,739-strong population expanding so rapidly that it is estimated to reach 2.1 million by 2020.
Dubliners live along the waters of the Liffley River that divides the city into two parts and this division is as well cultural with upper-middle class tending towards the Southside and working-class towards Northside Dublin. The suburb appears prominently in James Joyce's ''Ulysses'', but the author forgot to mention it to be featured a wonderful walk from Sandymount across the north end of its beach to the South Bull Wall.
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