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Dublin Hotels

Dublin hotels attract the most discerning travelers. With their central location in Dublin, they’re the ideal for experiencing Ireland’s one thousand years of history and a wealth of cultural activities. 
In a city as alive as Dublin, the selection of accommodations is impressive. There’s everything from luxurious to inexpensive establishments. Among the most popular Dublin hotels, you’ll encounter the Wynn’s Hotel. It’s situated within proximity of O’Connell Street and not far from the Ha’Penny Bridge. You’re also close to heritage precinct best known for its unique ambience. The Wynn’s rooms boast an exquisite design and a fantastic line up of amenities that include wireless Internet, satellite television and dual line telephone. In the hotel you’ll find a small business center, luggage storage facility, restaurant and bar. Like at all Dublin hotels, children are welcome. And here all little ones under the age of seven stay for free.     
Choose the Merrion for the unrivaled grandeur of Dublin hotels. If you’re an art lover, you’ll have the opportunity to view a collection of 19th and 20th century art works displayed throughout. And at the Merrion, you’ll witness how the finesse and stylishness of the interior décor works hand in hand with the magnificence of its 18th century architecture. Throughout the public areas you’ll observe details only seen in five stars Dublin hotels. In the guest quarters, you’ll find exquisite Irish fabrics, antiques, marble floors and vanities, oversized tubs, plush robes, porcelain accessories and top of the line linens. When you crave out-of-the ordinary pampering, the Tethra Spa is not to be missed. Its restorative therapies, sauna and sublime massage treatments are the reason it’s described as an oasis. You can also rest assured that all measures have been used to help preserve and protect the environment. And by staying at this posh Georgian hotel, you’ll be near neighborhoods like the “Golden Mile,” the financial district and major government buildings.  
The Camden Deluxe Hotel has redefined the meaning of inexpensive Dublin hotels. With its thirty five suites displaying tasteful furnishings, broadband Internet connection, beverage maker and satellite television, it’s a great option. The Camden has been restored to the heyday of yesteryear when it used to be the Theatre De Luxe.
The Paramount hotel is another wonderful pick when selecting reasonably priced Dublin hotels. It’s sophisticated and styled in the fashion of the 1930s. And with its privileged location at just ten minutes from the boutiques of Grafton Street, museums, galleries and fun pubs, it’s one of the most frequented Dublin hotels.
The Clarence figures on the list of “premiere boutique” Dublin hotels. This lovely venue is the property of Bono and the rock group U2. All bedrooms have been individually decorated with rich gem colors and fitted with modern conveniences.   They’re lavished with Shaker furnishings, hand- crafted beds, imported linens and stunning bathrooms. Guests are invited to spend an afternoon sipping tea or immersing in a good book by the fireplace. 
Dublin hotels can be your home away from home. 

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