Forty Four Main Street is a nice 2 star hotel situated on the centre of Swords, Co. Dublin. Forty Four Main Street was formerly known as The Hawthorn has been redecorated to give it a modern, comfortable look and feel. This pleasant north Dublin hotel is ideal for travellers using Dublin Airport which is only a five minute drive away. Rooms at Forty Four Main Street Hotel in Swords Dublin All read more
2 Star Hotels in Dublin
A 2-star hotel in Dublin is likely to be premises with charm and character. Rooms will have a telephone and bathroom and dining facilities will also be available in the hotel. The level of service will still be quite good.
Many of the two-star hotels in Dublin exceed the minimum requirement. We have selected some of the best available.
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The Dergvale Hotel is a reasonably priced hotel close to the city centre in Dublin. It is one of the Dublin hotels near Croke Park and specially popular with visitors arriving by train or bus as it is close to Connolly Train Station, Busáras and Tara Street Station. It is also popular with fans attending games or other events in Croke Park. Traditionally this hotel is a meeting place for GAA fans 'up for the match' read more
Ibis Hotel Dublin
The Ibis Hotel Dublin is located at the Red Cow Junction of the M50 motorway. The Red Cow Luas (Tram) Station is just across the road. This modern large hotel is bright and clean and has good quality accommodation, facilities and dining at reasonable prices. This budget accommodation has free Wi-Fi, a nice restaurant, with 24-hour snacks available. There is plenty free parking on site and there is a great choice of read more
The Kildare Street Hotel
The Kildare Street Hotel Dublin is set in five adjoining Georgian townhouses in a really good location in the heart of Dublin city centre within minutes walking distance of many of the city's most popular attractions. This is a well established hotel with a great reputation for traditional Irish hospitality. It has operated as a hotel since the middle of the 19th century. It retains its old world charm, but has all read more