Dublin hotels are becoming more affordable according to a survey carried out by hotels.com.
In 2010 the average price for a room in Dublin was €73 which was down by 6% from 2009. The average price for a four star hotel room was €81 and for a five star hotel room it was €152.
Out of 44 countries surveyed it was found that Ireland had the sixth cheapest hotel accommodation overall and Dublin was 11th cheapest for five-star accommodation.
One of the benefits of the worldwide economic downturn (from the point of view of the traveller) is the reduction in hotel prices all over the world. Dublin has become quite competitive in this regard making it a more attractive destination than previously.
There is also downward pressure on restaurant prices and there is some evidence that eating out has also become cheaper and there is some prospect of further reductions if rent legislation is amended as expected. Many restaurants are offering special prices, early bird menus etc.
Many good accommodation deals can be got on hotel booking websites including Dublin Overnight. Check for your selected dates and find many hotels offering midweek specials, price reductions, offers of 2 nights B&B plus evening meal etc.
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