Which are the Best Hotels in Dublin? This is a question which is often asked but the answer is rarely the same.
How do we decide? What are the criteria? Is it the best value for money, the most comfortable, the hotel with the best facilities, the best food, the friendliest or what? And who is qualified to judge?
Let the people decide the Best Hotels in Dublin!
There are many review websites but we have found that the customer reviews on booking.com offer one of the most reliable guides as they are from genuine customers who have stayed in the particular hotels.
At the time of writing these are the top rated hotels in Dublin:
Best 5 Star Hotel in Dublin
The top 5 star hotel in Dublin according to customers is The Merrion Hotel with a rating of 9.5.
This is closely followed by The Marker Hotel on 9.2 with The Shelbourne Hotel and The Westbury Hotel on 9.1
Although 5 star hotels are usually the most expensive, you can get surprisingly good deals if you do some research and pick your dates carefully.
Best 4 Star Hotel on Dublin
There are currently five 4 star hotels in Dublin with a top rated score of 9.0.
These are The Croke Park Hotel, The Morrison Dublin, The Gibson Hotel, Brooks Hotel and Clontarf Castle Hotel.
Most four star hotels in Dublin are really good quality with great luxury and facilities.
Best 3 Star Hotel in Dublin
According to booking.com customers, Roxford Lodge Hotel in Ballsbridge is top rated with a score of 8.9. This small hotel has only 20 rooms and is very popular. Visitors should check availability well in advance.
This is closely followed by Buswells Hotel on 8.8 and Drury Court Hotel on 8.7.
Deals on The Best Hotels in Dublin
Despite the high ratings and the popularity of those hotels it is still possible to get some very good bargains and prices if you plan ahead and especially at mid week.
So head over to booking.com and do a little research to find the best deals on the best hotels.
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