Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Dublin
The best budget hotels in Dublin... inspected and approved.
The Abbey Court is located right off the O'Connell Bridge on Bachelor's Walk, placing it just across the water from the safe (yet somewhat noisy) Temple Bar area.
Very Good 8.2
The Jacobs Inn is a mammoth hostel, cramming 420 beds into its 69 rooms. Location, a stone’s throw from Dublin’s main bus terminal, is an easy 15-minute walk to Temple Bar.
The 70-room Paramount Hotel, located just south of the Liffey, has everything tourists want in accommodation, and the rates show it.
Very Good 8.3
Rooms are student dormitories and, as such, provide surprise-free furnishings without televisions or telephones, though many are equipped with kitchenettes.
Very Good 8.0
Part of a chain of hotels spanning Ireland and the U.K., the Jurys Inn offers reliable three-star surrounds and service with all the usual amenities.
Very Good 7.7
Located right on Parnell Square, the Hotel St. George dates back to 1907. Housed in a Georgian mansion, it’s close enough to the city center without costing guests a pot of gold.
Very Good 8.1
The rates at Stauntons on the Green can't be beat, at least not for this location, with these amenities, this quiet yet central location, and this staff.
Very Good 8.0
The Charles Stewart's surprisingly low-priced rooms make this one frugal find, especially since it's located right across the street from historic Parnell Square.
Very Good 8.2
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Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to the best budget hotels in Dublin and throughout Europe. Our editors have visited, inspected and photographed the city’s most central cheap sleeps and recommended the best of the lot. Our aim is to make Dublin affordable for you, one night at a time!
Dublin is a pricey city (yes, restaurant bills can occasionally shock), but it also offers many budget-friendly options for eating, sightseeing, nightlife and, of course, sleeping. The city presents a host of hotels, B&Bs and hostels that should work for visitors of every stripe. And many include yummy Irish breakfasts, to boot!
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