Looking for a great boutique hotel in the Irish capital Dublin? Check out TravelMag.com’s top value picks!
Our hotel team has analyzed the best boutique hotels in the city across various price categories, comparing amenities and assessing client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of the city’s best places to stay.
From £106/ night
A boutique hotel at the heart of the Irish capital, Brooks Hotel is no more than a few hundred yards from St Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street and all of Dublin’s most famous landmarks. The hotel has a quaint air of eras past, with a lounge that serves everything from tea to something from its renowned whiskey collection, and an on-site restaurant, that uses the best in Irish produce to serve both local and international cuisine. The hotel is not without its modern comforts with a 28 seat cinema, fitness suite and sauna. There are five different rooms available, all the way to the Presidential Suite, but at the entry level, the Classic Room has a flatscreen TV, air-conditioning and handcrafted furniture aimed at create a homely feel.
From £67/ night
The Georgian-style Hampton Hotel offers the height of luxury in Dublin’s popular Donnybrook district. Bedrooms are fashionably designed and the hotel includes its own bistro and bar, plus a nightclub to liven things up at weekends. The Hampton is close to the Royal Dublin Society of arts and culture and the National Concert Hall, hinting at its upmarket locale.
From £91/ night
The Clontarf Castle Hotel is set in the unlikely surroundings of an 11th century country house just 10 minutes from the centre of the city. Though customers can expect to pay extra for the stunning surroundings, it is well worth it for the feeling of living in medieval luxury among 21st-century facilities, including free wifi. Rooms are exquisitely designed and the hotel’s Fahrenheit Grill and Knights Bar are highly prized.
From £133/ night
A stylish and modern hotel with attractive decor throughout, the Dylan Hotel is praised for its spacious rooms and attentive staff. The hotel is close to the Aviva Stadium, home to Ireland’s national football and rugby teams. The city centre is an easy journey away by public transport, or a pleasant half an hour walk.
From £107/ night
Nestled between the Sandymount and Merrion neighbourhoods of Dublin, Aberdeen Lodge is the perfect pick for those looking for a quieter area, with easy access to the city centre thanks to excellent transport links. The hotel is renowned for its friendly welcome and the personal touch of its owners and staff. Cosy rooms with fine facilities make this one of the top reviewed accommodations in the city for good reason.