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Hotels or bed & breakfast in Dublin???

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Got some cheap flights for my GF to Dublin in feb, just wondering if anyone knows the best area, not to far from airport as i dont know where ill be lol....just from 3rd feb to the 5th so only need 2 …
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Got some cheap flights for my GF to Dublin in feb, just wondering if anyone knows the best area, not to far from airport as i dont know where ill be lol....just from 3rd feb to the 5th so only need 2 nights
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
The bus from the airport to the city centre is only a 30 minute journey. You'd be better staying near Stephen's Green, Temple Bar, O'Connell Street. area. That way you don't have far to walk after a visit to the numerous pubs! Are you looking for a hotel or serviced apartments? We use serviced apartments quite a lot over there so if you want names of places let me know.

Regards, oh and you'll have a ball (hopefully the Euro and the Pound stay static, otherwise it will be an expensive trip!)
#2
I am from dublin and there is no point in staying out by the airport there is nothing there - your better off in the city centre as the post above says there is a direct bus that is 30 mins into city centre and i think a return ticket is rougly 12 euro taxis are very expensive in dublin compared to uk - once your there in city centre everything is walking distance - shops , pubs , nightlife and places to eat

depending on they type of accomadation your looking for - there are some great hostels and they are not back packer types either cheap and cheerful try this link http://www.gogartys.ie/accommodation/ its dead central in middle of temple bar - otherwise try jurys hotels christ church is central as is blooms hotel
#3
thanks for the advice. it will be my first time to dublin so any help i can get is much appreciated....

what is serviced apartments? i just want cheap but nice if possible lol...you know any of them that have websites? also i forgot about the whole euro thing lol....
#4
tazandsaz
thanks for the advice. it will be my first time to dublin so any help i can get is much appreciated....

what is serviced apartments? i just want cheap but nice if possible lol...you know any of them that have websites? also i forgot about the whole euro thing lol....


Taz, dont stay too near the airport or you will find it hard going anywhere in Dublin.

I echo the poster above. The best places is to stay in and around the City Centre as Dublin has alot of attractions and if you stay 30+mins away then its going pretty rubbish.

As you're trip does not include a Fri or Sat then you should be able to get some reasonably priced hotels. Whats your limit?

Serviced apartments are like fully furnished flats that you hire out on a nightly basis so you get a room, kitchen, livingroom etc.
#5
Toybhoy
Taz, dont stay too near the airport or you will find it hard going anywhere in Dublin.

I echo the poster above. The best places is to stay in and around the City Centre as Dublin has alot of attractions and if you stay 30+mins away then its going pretty rubbish.

As you're trip does not include a Fri or Sat then you should be able to get some reasonably priced hotels. Whats your limit?

Serviced apartments are like fully furnished flats that you hire out on a nightly basis so you get a room, kitchen, livingroom etc.


ah yeah i get you. just we have no idea where anything is in dublin, but i expect a bus or taxi will take us where we need to go.

the cheapest rooms the better to be honest just want it to be a cheap get away suprise for my girlfriend dunno about a limit as i have no idea on how much they cost really...just cheap lol

anyone got any recomendations on where to visit etc? gonna look into places to visit etc
#6
finding it hard to find b&b's for cheapish....
#7
taz, me and tracy have been twice now, its fab you will have great fun, if your on msn later i'll send you some links :)

central hotel was great and ideal for first time as its bang smack in the centre of everything

second time we stayed at augustine apartments, really fab but a lil way out, still walking distance but we knew where we were going
#8
thanks.....everything is exspensive its all £50 pp pn etc i was hoping to find somewhere for £50 for us both for 2 nights lol
#9
loupomm
taz, me and tracy have been twice now, its fab you will have great fun, if your on msn later i'll send you some links :)

central hotel was great and ideal for first time as its bang smack in the centre of everything

second time we stayed at augustine apartments, really fab but a lil way out, still walking distance but we knew where we were going


I booked at Maldron Hotel Parnell Square, i think im in the right area? i bought a guide/map thing so ill be taking that with me lol.

You got any tips on where to visit etc?
#10
tazandsaz
I booked at Maldron Hotel Parnell Square, i think im in the right area? i bought a guide/map thing so ill be taking that with me lol.

You got any tips on where to visit etc?


soz i just saw your pm, i hought i had you on msn so was waiting for you to sign in lol.

http://www.dublinbus.ie/sightseeing/cityTour.aspx a great way to see everything, valid for 24 hours too, stops at most tourist spots, you can hop on 'n' off as you like - few stops in oconnell street

http://www.heritageireland.ie/en/Dublin/KilmainhamGaol/ - really enjoyed this, apparently the original italian job was filmed there

http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/Index.aspx - apparently a must see but i found it a tad boring tbh lol

http://www.dublinbus.ie/sightseeing/ghostBus.aspx - great fun!! interesting too, lots of history inc bram stoker

http://www.dublincastle.ie/ - we didnt make it - the pub won

Temple bar is a must, a lil expensive but worth a visit, pub after pub, but also great music, we loved the bands in fitzsimons

Shopping galore, loads off of o'connell street and also st stephens green has a great mall and tons of shops

food is available everywhere, whatever you fancy, charlies chinese is lush, yum yum

cab from airport was around 25-30 euro's or bus is 6 each, bout half hour drive
#11
not sure what you's like to do? but you will have a fab time, im jealous, can i come?
#12
Thanks for all that info im gonna have to print it all off and ask her what she wants to do, after crimbo....the prison looks mint....and the ghost bus lol...only there a short time so will only be able to do a few things...have a drink and a meal...etc....

is the hotel in the right area? that i booked....

hah some cheap flights at the mo get ya self a present lol

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