Newly refurbished in 2007, Days Inn Talbot Street is located just approximately 2 ... Hotel Details
"The room was simpel and small - but clean and the staff were excellent. The location was also excellent - ..."
Beresford Hotel Dublin, formerly Isaacs Hotel Dublin, has been transformed under new management ... Hotel Details
"Hotel rating overall, very good. The inconvenience caused by ongoing refurbishment to the hotel was a bit irritating, but bearable ..."
Best Western Premier Academy Plaza Hotel has an exceptional location as a Dublin ... Hotel Details
"Good quality food in restaurant at reasonable price. Wine was expensive. Friendly and efficient staff..Scaffolding up to window ..."
Cassidys Hotel Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin, at the top of O'Connell Street, opposite the Gate theatre, in 3 Georgian redbrick town houses which provided a backdrop to the work of famous Irish writers such a O'Casey, Shaw and Joyce.The hotel ... Hotel Details
Located on O'Connell Street, in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the deluxe ... Hotel Details
"Stayed many times in the last 8 years, attention to detail never falls, true 4* service and standard never changes. ..."
St George Hotel Dublin is an elegant and comfortable Georgian Hotel with a ... Hotel Details
"The hotel was good as I have rated. Staff were responsive to a sink problem - should it have been ..."
Centrally located along the River Liffey, in the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), ... Hotel Details
"Very convenient to O2 arena which we were attending and also easy to walk into the main shopping area. Staff ..."
Jurys Inn Parnell Street Dublin hotel is a newly built hotel centrally located ... Hotel Details
"The Jurys Inn Hotel Was Friendly And Very Clean.
i Had A Great Time Staying There And Would Go Back ..."
North Star Hotel Dublin is ideally located in Dublin city centre. An ideal ... Hotel Details
"We found the staff excellent and very good fun. The room was good and well furnished. It was ..."
Designed to redefine the idea of what a four star hotel should be. ... Hotel Details
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Situated in the Old Georgian Quarter in the heart of Dublin City, The ... Hotel Details
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Waltons Hotel Dublin is situated in the heart of Dublin city at the top of Parnell Square overlooking the Findlaters magnificent nine century church on North Frederick street. This famous landmark building is also the home of Waltons Music store, a name synonymous ... Hotel Details
The Castle Hotel Dublin is an elegant and comfortable Georgian Hotel with ... Hotel Details
"Great location!!! Nice non-smoking room on 2nd floor, recently redone. Great front desk staff. ..."
The Maldron Hotel Parnell Square Dublin is a purpose built, contemporary hotel in the heart of the capital's city centre. This stylish, boutique hotel in Dublin is only 2 minutes walk to O'Connell Street and the city's main entertainment hot spots and shopping centres. ... Hotel Details
The Clifton Court Hotel Dublin is situated in the heart of Dublin City ... Hotel Details
"The hotel reception not easy to find - up a flight of stairs. Not recommended if you can't carry heavy ..."
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Hotels in Custom House – Plenty of budget Custom House quay hotels available within the surrounding of famous neoclassical Custom House building. Visitors can choose either to opt for hotels Custom house quay Dublin in the same quay or adjacent to it, within walking distance. Most budget hotels are located quite near to river bank, providing excellent view of the river and the district. Offering decent rooms, clean and good furnishing and standard amenities, some of the Custom House area accommodation Dublin also offers shuttle services around town with minimal charge. Restaurants here also quite good with fairly priced but if you're looking for cheap place to eat, walk around the area and you'll find many cheap diners, thought it won't taste as good as those in hotel premises.
Custom House - The Custom House was built in 1791 for Dublin port, built with the highest standard of workmanship and materials at that time. All four facades are decorated with ornaments and sculptures made by renowned artists with the dome originally built using Port land stone. The dome was destroyed in a fire during War of Independence in 1921, and was restored using darker coloured Irish Ardbraccan limestone. Now the historic building houses the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. Located on the north bank of the River Liffey, the Custom House has gained considerably huge popularity and became one of the major tourist attractions in Dublin.
You can never miss this Renaissance-styled structure as it's just beside the river bank, and the quay itself named Custom House Quay. The building and its riverbank is a well known photo shooting site, especially from Butt Bridge and Talbot Memorial Bridge. The Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship Museum located just by the riverbank, is an exact replica of the original Jeanie Johnston ship which sailed between Tralee in Co. Kerry and North America between 1847 and 1855, transporting Irish emigrants during the Great Famine. A tour costs between 4.50 Euro for individual to 20 Euro for family, a must see for classic sail ship lovers.