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first_imgGet cheap flights to Dublin1. Generator HostelWhere: SmithfieldRooms: From £10* a night per bedCrash pads don’t get cooler than this. Check into Dublin’s most popular youth hostel and you’ll find plenty of space, colourful decor, a hot tub and a cinema room. Staff are incredibly friendly and will go out of their way to point out Dublin’s top attractions. There aren’t any kitchen facilities but the hostel’s location, in up-and-coming Smithfield, means you’re just a short walk away from some of Ireland’s best restaurants, whether you’re simply craving some cheap eats or fancy splashing out on a spot of fine dining. Nearby Smiths of Smithfield should be at the top of your list – this huge pub has a long list of craft ales and a beautiful rooftop terrace. Book a bed 8. Buswells HotelWhere: Dublin City CentreRooms: From £113 a night per double roomGetting to Buswells is easy, especially if you’re arriving by air – the Airlink service stops right outside the hotel. But getting to everywhere else is a cinch too, because Grafton Street, St Stephen’s Green and Temple Bar are just around the corner. The hotel feels incredibly cosy, thanks to roaring log fires, gleaming chandeliers and beautiful wooden floors. If you’re offered a choice of room, opt for the first floor – these Georgian-style rooms have high ceilings and are incredibly spacious. Although there’s no garden, Buswells’ close proximity to St Stephen’s Green makes it a great choice for families, and staff will happily provide younger guests with leftover bread to feed to the park’s ducks.Book a room 2. Abbey Court HostelWhere: Dublin city centreRooms: From £12 a night per bedThis flower-adorned hostel has a fantastic central location and – unusually for a hostel – breakfasts are included. Find out more about Ireland’s capital with one of the free guided tours offered to guests, catch up with loved ones back home in the computer room, or get to know your fellow travellers in the hammock room. There are a range of room options, ranging from four-bed rooms to 24-bed rooms. If you’re in need of extra space, the hostel also runs a number of budget apartments which start from just £51 per night.Book a bed Search Dublin hotelsExploring the world on a shoestring? Read on and find out how to get the most out of your money:20 money-saving tips and secretsFrom booking flights to fine dining: find out how to save cash on holiday. Why pay more than you need to on travel? Cut costs and travel cheaper with Skyscanner’s 20 top tips for slashing the price of your holiday.Europe’s 10 best budget stag and hen do destinationsPlanning a hen or stag do? Here’s how to do it without making everyone stump up a small fortune.How much does it cost to go to Ireland?Planning a trip to Ireland? Here’s how much a one week trip will cost you.10 ways to make economy feel like first classGive yourself an in-flight upgrade without spending a fortune on first class seats.*Published February 2017. Any prices are lowest estimated prices only, for flights in February, and are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change and/or availability.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. 7. The Morgan HotelWhere: Temple BarRooms: From £111 a night per double roomBook early and you’ll pay just over £100 for a room at The Morgan, regarded as one of the city’s best boutique hotels. This property is proof that you don’t have to settle for second best if you’re looking for cheap accommodation in Dublin. Admired for its colourful, contemporary décor and beautiful roof terrace, its location, in the heart of Temple Bar, means that Dublin’s best pubs and clubs are within walking (or should that be staggering) distance, but Grafton Street is also close by, as is the National Museum of Ireland and the Guinness Storehouse. Our tip? Start the evening with a drink in the hotel’s bar, which is also the setting for regular cocktail nights and bongo sessions.Book a room 6. The Dean DublinWhere: St Stephen’s GreenRooms: From £92 a night per double roomThere are 52 rooms in this Georgian townhouse hotel, and the majority are kitted out with Nespresso machines, SMEG fridges and turntables – just in case you fancy channeling your inner Judge Jules. It’s a great option for health nuts, who can sip the freshly-pressed juices on offer in the lobby bar or snack on paleo-based treats. For those of you confronting carbs head-on, the hotel’s rooftop restaurant is where you’ll find a wood-fired pizza oven and breathtaking views over Dublin.Book a room 4. Crowne Plaza Dublin AirportWhere: NorthwoodRooms: From £90 a night per double roomThis is one of Dublin’s best airport hotels. It feels a million miles away from your typically soulless airport accommodation, thanks partly to its location, nestled in the woodland of Northwood Park. There’s a complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport and you’ll be able to grab a bite before or after your flight at one of two restaurants – try Touzai for delicious Asian cuisine. Jet-lagged? Sweat it out at the hotel gym. Dublin city centre is easily accessible and the Croke Park and 02 stadiums are even closer, making this hotel the logical choice if you’re attending a gig or sports event.Book a room 10. Holiday Inn Express Dublin City CentreWhere: Dublin city centreRooms: From £83 a night per double roomThis hotel is the perfect option if you’re arriving by car – there’s a large car park and it takes just 15 minutes to get to the M50 motorway, although Heuston train station and Dublin airport are also nearby. Temple Bar, Grafton Street and the National Gallery of Ireland are all just a short walk away, and a taxi will whisk you to the enormous Aviva Stadium or 3Arena in under 15 minutes. It also ticks all the boxes if you’re in town on business – there are three large meeting rooms and it takes just 15 minutes to walk to the Convention Centre Dublin. Book a room 3. Best Western Plus Academy PlazaWhere: Dublin city centreRooms: From £67 a night per double roomThis city centre property can be found just off Upper O’Connell Street and it’s ideal if you’re searching for a cheap hotel in Dublin that’s right in the middle of all of the action. There are two restaurants and some of Dublin’s most popular landmarks, including the Guinness Storehouse, just a short walk from the hotel. It’s a great base if you’re in the city on business too, because the hotel has great conference facilities, including a 120-person meeting room. And if you’re planning on explorations further afield, you’re also in luck: the LUAS light rail network station is just a few metres from the hotel, and both the Airlink airport shuttle service and Dublin City Bus Tours stop right outside.Book a room 9. Kingfisher TownhouseWhere: Parnell StreetRooms: From £98 a night per double roomThe Kingfisher Townhouse is a brilliant choice if you’re looking for a quieter base in this beautiful city. It’s a family-run hotel just a few metres from historic O’Connell Street, and although it dates back to 1976, the property was completely refurbished in 2016. Bedrooms are spacious and airy (each one has its own decor) and the triple-glazed windows will ensure you sleep like a baby. Parnell Street is just across the river from the centre of Dublin, although Temple Bar and Grafton Street are still easily accessible.Book a room RelatedThe best hotels in Dublin for every budgetPlanning a city break to Dublin but haven’t booked your accommodation? Don’t panic, because we’ve rounded up the best options, whether you’re a backpacker on a budget or a fan of five-star luxury.Budget travel: 12 of the best hostels in EuropeOn a backpacking trip through Europe? Maybe you just fancy a cheap city break? These are some of the best hostels for partying, sightseeing and getting to know London, Paris or Berlin – whether you’re a new solo traveller or seasoned in the art of hostel stays.Dublin: budget mini-guideDublin: budget mini-guide ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 5. Jury’s Inn Christchurch PlaceWhere: Christchurch PlaceRooms: From £97 a night per double roomChoose this 182-room hotel and you’ll be surrounded by some of Dublin’s finest sights and attractions, including the eleventh-century Christ Church cathedral. It’s a stone’s throw away from Temple Bar, home to Dublin’s best clubs and bars, and the shopping mecca of Grafton Street is a ten-minute walk. Opt for the executive floor and you’ll enjoy plenty of perks such as complimentary drinks, luxurious pillows and enormous 32-inch televisions. Food-wise, head to The Grill for steaks and seafood, or to the bar for delicious burgers.Book a roomlast_img

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