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Tuesday, 21 September 2010



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Oh Ireland, the land of the leprechaun, Mystery, the black nectar in a glass and of course it's beautiful Fair city of Dublin. There are some very nice Dublin hotels varying from Deluxe to mid range  and cheap. So i thought i would write a review about three of them that may be of interest to the would be travelers amongst you.

The Merrion hotel
Merrion st, Dublin 2

This hotel is pure luxury and is classed as the top hotel in Dublin.You would not think so from the outside,but inside it's pure heaven. The building is a listed property and it has been restored to the modern building of today. Located opposite the Irish Parliament, about 5 Min's walk from St Stephens green and close to Grafton St Trinity college, Museums, Art galleries and Temple bar. It has 145 rooms and suites all decorated to the highest Irish standard and great care has been taken to retain all of the Georgian style features.Also you have the Cellar bar which is located in the 18th century wine vaults under the Georgian town houses which form the main house of the hotel. There are also two restaurants, Patrick Guilbaud's,which is a 2 star Michelin restaurant and the cellar restaurant which is for informal and fun dining with an Irish Flair. Prices per night in this hotel can be around 150 Euros,but that's what you have to pay for pure luxury.

The Gresham hotel
23 upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1
This has been Dublin's landmark since 1817  and it maintains the elegance of that period. It has chandeliers and liveried doormen that greet guests in the oldy worldy style. All of it's bedrooms are large and have private bathrooms,voice-mail,direct dial phones,TV,hairdryer and garment press.The Aberdeen restaurant has a fantastic reputation and you can enjoy a chat with the locals over a pint of Guinness in the hotel bar.They also have a fitness centre and conference facilities.The hotel is situated in the centre of Dublin's main thoroughfare,O'Connell Street.Prices range from 40-70 Euros per night depending on the season.

Blooms Hotel
Temple Bar, Dublin

This is a lively City centre Hotel in the historic temple bar area,the hub of the city's nightlife and cultural activities. All rooms are en suite with all the normal extras.It has it's own nightclub and is located close to all the major shops,theaters,restaurants, Art galleries and Museums.The Hotel has 86 bedrooms,all decorated to a high standard.All floors are served by an elevator and there is a fully licensed bar with live music. Also dining at blooms can be an enjoyable experience again with traditional and classic dishes and lighter meals and snacks are available during the day. Prices range from 40-70 Euros again depending on the season.

So pack your bags one day and give Dublin a visit and i a very sure that you won't regret it and the trip will linger on in your mind forever.


Volunteer Capital Centre said...

very interesting blog, if i go to Dublin i will stay in the blooms hotel

Lorac said...

Hello Peter! My great grandmother is from Dublin. I would love to visit one day. Great info on your blog!

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Kote said...

"This hotel is pure luxury" I like this : )