4 Star Dublin Hotels
Below you can find a list of 4 Star Hotels in Dublin.
Rates starting at just €57 per room per night.
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In the stylish Ballsbridge district just 15-20 minutes' walk from Dublin's centre, the elegant Clyde Court Hotel is located beside the Aviva Stadium and the RDS. The hotel is just...read more >>
With free Wi-Fi, along with a lift to the higher levels, Your Base Dublin offers elegant 4-star accommodation in the heart of the city. The Guinness Storehouse is a 10-minute...read more >>
Right in the Dublin Airport Complex, this 4-star hotel has free 24-hour shuttles to the terminals. It offers free Wi-Fi and free grab-and-run breakfast in the lobby, and express check-in/check-out. The...read more >>
Overlooking the River Liffey, The Ashling Hotel is beside Heuston Station in Dublin. This 4-star hotel has beautifully decorated interiors, spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a stylish bar. The Ashling...read more >>
Boasting spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms, Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge is a beautifully restored 19th-century Masonic orphan’s school with landscaped gardens. Located less than 5 minutes' walk from the RDS,...read more >>
Overlooking the 48-acre Herbert Park, this hotel is located 100 metres from the RDS and 5 minutes’ walk from the Aviva Stadium. This stylish, modern hotel offers an award-winning...read more >>
Located beside Trinity College, this 4-star, family-owned Georgian townhouse is beautifully restored with elegant décor and warm, traditional style. Trinity Lodge is set within a quiet area of Dublin's historic...read more >>
Situated just 20 minutes’ walk from Dublin’s town centre, the DoubleTree Dublin Hotel offers a 24-hour fitness centre with views over the city, a chic bar, and an elegant restaurant....read more >>
The Clayton Hotel, Leopardstwon is a modern, informal hotel, just off the M50 and N11 on the N31 Leopardstown road. The green line Central Park Luas stop 2 minutes away...read more >>