A city of fascinating political and cultural history, the birthplace of both James Joyce and Oscar Wilde, and of course the birthplace of Guinness, no wonder so many people are travelling to Dublin.
Its popularity has seen the number of hotels in Dublin increase dramatically. All sorts of people travel to Dublin, and for all sorts of reasons. From celebrating St Patrick’s Day and stag and hen dos to enjoying fine Irish food, Guinness and music in a traditional pub, literary tours and visits to its historic sites such as Trinity College, its famous University, the city has much to offer and a range of Dublin hotels cater for this varied market.
For example, one particular Dublin hotel might cater specifically for those taking a family break to the Southern Irish capital. However, another hotel in Dublin might cater more for young people on stag and hen weekends. It’s important to read the reviews of all the Dublin hotels you consider, in order to establish which market they aim to cater for, and which Dublin hotel is right for you.
Short breaks to Dublin are also popular with groups of students who enjoy the likes of the Guinness factory, watching the rugby and visiting the cities many bars and clubs where you’re sure of a warm welcome. To help cater for young people and backpackers there are plenty of Dublin cheap hotels, making Dublin breaks more accessible to those on a smaller budget.
With Dublin hotel deals to suit every taste and budget, if you’re looking for a weekend of great entertainment, culture and good food and drink then try Dublin.
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