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Short stay apartments in Dublin

Yearning for a legit Dublin experience? Right this way. Stay in an apartment and live, cook and relax like a local. With your very own kitchen, breakfast at 11 a.m. or din-dins at midnight is no sweat. Just want to sip a coldie in the shower and then laze around in your living room? Yep, that's possible too. A place to stay doesn't get much comfier than this.

Popular luxury apartments in Dublin

There's a place and a time for 10-bed hostel rooms and bargain digs with mattresses that could double as floor boards. This is not that time, nor that place. Surround yourself with the finer things at a plush Dublin apartment:

  • Grand Canal Quay Penthouse: If it's crisp white bedding and perfectly fluffy pillows you're craving, lock in your stay at this ritzy apartment.

Dublin business apartments

Have a business trip coming up soon? You don't need to stow away in a teeny hotel room. Stay in an apartment and treat yourself to a space where you can live, work and feel right at home. Enjoy all the creature comforts you need in Dublin at:

  • Cathedral Court (1 kilometre from downtown Dublin): When you've no option but to work into the evening to meet that deadline, you'll be pleased to have parking facilities and fitness facilities to help lighten the load.
  • Leafy North Circular Flat (2 kilometres from downtown Dublin): With an area shuttle and internet access to make the most of here, you'll have the tools and the incentive to have work out of the way in the blink of an eye.

What is the difference between an apartment and a hotel?

If you're getting away for a short period of time and chasing a total escape from domestic chores, a hotel is ideal. But if you're hanging around longer and don't want to live without all the comforts of home, grab the keys to an apartment. Cram the fridge with food. Cook your favourite meals. Watch TV on the lounge. Feeling homesick won't be a problem here.

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