Prices subject to season
The Temple Bar area of Dublin: is a lively
fun packed area right in the centre of Dublin on the south
side of the River Liffey. It has the greatest concentration
of pubs, restaurants, cafes & night-clubs. During the
day it is busy with visitors browsing the shops and soaking
up the atmosphere.
The pedestrianized streets are alive with street sellers & buskers.
At night, the noise levels increase dramatically as the place
heaves with revellers. Not surprisingly, it is the area that
everyone wants to stay in and there are a good number of
Hotels in Temple Bar tend to be expensive.
It is extremely difficult to get availability, particularly
on Friday & Saturday nights. If you are on a tight budget,
Hotel may be worth looking at on Parliament Street in
the middle of Temple Bar. It's excellent value, has good
bars, and is comfortable, friendly & not too expensive.
Named after the famous classical composer, the George
Frederic Handel lives up to its name, as the hotel
itself is as fine as the music composed by the great man.
The hotel offers modern deluxe accommodation, and is home
to a fantastic cosmopolitan café bar and an excellent
restaurant which serves up a wide variety of Irish and
Harding Hotel hosts 53 attractive bedrooms catering
for both the business and leisure traveller. Darkey Kelly's
Bar & Restaurant offers an exciting range of food and
Traditional Irish as well as contemporary live music feature in the bar on
various evenings - the perfect way to unwind after a day sampling the best
of Dublin city.
Brooks Hotel is a designer boutique hotel which pays
great attention to detail and personal service. Located
in the heart of Dublin City, the Brooks Hotel is just a
short walk to all of Dublin's sights and attractions including
Trinity College, Grafton Street, Government buildings and
Central Hotel, established in 1887, combines the charm
and elegance of a bygone age, with the most modern facilities
and services. Aptly named, and located in the heart of
Dublin, it is within easy walking distance of Dublin's
most fashionable shopping areas.
One of the last family run, friendly hotels in the city
centre of Dublin, Kellys
Hotel is recommended highly by many leading international
tour guides and is Irish Tourist Board approved. Dublin's
premier shopping area, Grafton Street, is just a few minutes