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!
Getting started: To jump right in, start by reading through our reviews of hotels in Dublin. If you need some help choosing a neighborhood, our neighborhood overview's got you covered. And check out the articles listed below for tips on how to save while you’re visiting.
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There are a plethora of options to get you between the airport and central Dublin. There's the public bus, the Airlink bus, and the Aircoach bus. Choices, people. We'll sort through your options here, and we'll also overview information for visitors arriving by train.
Address85 Lower Gardiner Street (Gardiner Street Lower)
Staying at the Hazelbrook House, one of the many centrally located guesthouses on Lower Gardiner Street, is a bit like staying at the home of a fastidiously clean, though aesthetically indifferent, aunt.