Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport: Family hotel with free WiFi and 2 restaurants. Located near the airport.
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road: Family hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located near a metro station.
Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley: Family hotel with free WiFi and an indoor pool. Guests give the family amenities a thumbs up.
Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin: Romantic hotel with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located near a metro station.
Ashling Hotel Dublin: Family hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located on a river.
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane: Eco-friendly hotel with free WiFi and an indoor pool. Located near a metro station.
Academy Plaza Hotel: Business-friendly hotel with free WiFi and 2 restaurants. Located near a metro station.
Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport: Family hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located near the airport.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel Dublin Airport: Business-friendly hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located near the airport.
Temple Bar Hotel: Family hotel with free WiFi and 2 restaurants. Located near a train station.
Maldron Hotel Kevin Street: Family hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located in the city centre.
Ireland proves that a country can be modern and ancient at the same time—as well as mysterious and hauntingly beautiful. Its people are generous and proud. Its capital, while large, has the feel of a big village. In other words, Ireland is a country of contradictions, which makes it one of the most fascinating places in the world to visit.
Ireland has much to show you. Each of its 32 counties has plenty of its own attractions, so a lot will depend on where you book your Ireland accommodation.
One good place to start Ireland holidays is its capital city of Dublin. With over a thousand years of history under its belt, this busy city has plenty of character. You can check out its many museums, shops and restaurants, but if you really want to get a feel for the people, drop into a local pub and order a Guinness.
Time to hit the country’s main attractions. Pucker up and kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle for some good fortune. Next up, gaze at the towering Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. Finally, put on your historian’s hat and take a tour of Kilkenny, Ireland’s medieval capital.
You won’t be able to fit every amazing sight and experience into one trip to Ireland, but don’t worry; now you have an excuse to come back!
Dublin Airport (DUB) is by far the country’s busiest port of entry. Once on the ground of the Emerald Isle, you can find buses, trains, trams and taxis to take you to your accommodation in Ireland. For more freedom, consider hiring a car—from Wotif, of course.
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Hotels in Ireland start at AU$116 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.