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1. Posted by tays (Budding Member 43 posts) 9y

hey i am looking to go to dublin in a few weekends time and im just wondering where a great place place to stay is for a couple of nights? has to be relatively cheap but preferably not a hostel and has to be very close to all the partying ?


2. Posted by dub1 (Inactive 18 posts) 8y

No problem. You can go to the Dublin Accommodation section on Travellerspoint and request a reservation or for last minute (which this is,for March!) reservations you can ask -REMOVED- to do an availability search and they will either book something for you or give you the contact details to reserve for yourself. There is no charge involved.

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3. Posted by steff (Travel Guru 1160 posts) 8y

If you want to stay close to Dublin's nightlife hotels around Temple Bar could be an option. I remember lots of live music pubs, disco bars and nightclubs in this area, so if you're looking for a party you'll definitely find it there.

4. Posted by Donnamrt (Inactive 12 posts) 8y

hey i have stayed in the Central hotel a few times nice place and kinda cheap, it's a few mins from temple bar so falling into the hotel was too easy! enjoy!

5. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

We stayed in a B&B called...Botanic Avenue or Botanical or something. Nice and relatively cheap and just a short bus ride to the city. Plus breakfast is free! We also stayed at a hostel in Dun Laoire called Marina House--about a 20-minute train ride to the city centre. The private room was 45 Euro a night for two, with breakfast. Very nice and clean. We actually paid more to stay in a Guest House near O'Connell Street and it was pretty dirty and grungy for the price.

6. Posted by DubMads (Budding Member 8 posts) 8y

the mespil hotel on mespil road- about 15 min walk to Grafton st usually offers rates at 99eu per night.Its a nice hotel and getting closer to town, I doubt you'll be finding cheaper unfortunately;)

7. Posted by dub1 (Inactive 18 posts) 8y

Be careful with some suggested accommodations they can be located in dangerous areas to walk at night.
Sometimes it's best to ask the advice of a local Dubliner that's in the accommodation business for 25 years.

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8. Posted by dub1 (Inactive 18 posts) 8y

Thanks for all the emails about Dublin accommodation.
For all other information on Ireland in general please see the helpful contributions on Travellerspoint or there is a good website called Hidden Dublin -REMOVED-

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9. Posted by PeterT (Budding Member 6 posts) 8y

I stayed at a hotel called St. Goggartys. Its 3 stories...great penthouses on top, one of the coolest bars in Dublin at the bottom.

10. Posted by blue_shirt (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y

Good place to stay would be the Airport Regency hotel - which actually isn't that near the airport at all it's actually located in Drumcondra, a short distace bus ride away from city centre. You can get to the Regency hotel from any of the buses coming from Dublin airport just ask the driver. Good spot and shops located nearby too.

Enjoy Dublin! ;)