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Dublin: our 10 favorite hotels under 200 euros per night


The Irish capital is a dream of the French for its festive atmosphere and the kindness of its inhabitants, but, as elsewhere, hotel prices have exploded. We have unearthed ten 3- and 4-star addresses for you, with rooms for less than 200 euros in low season.

Hyatt Centric, Les Liberties, the street art district

Hyatt Centric, Les Liberties, the street art district Press photo

During the renovation in 2019, the workers discovered vestiges dating from the time of the Vikings, which led the Hyatt group to highlight this piece of history in the lobby.

Located in the Liberties, a street art district, the hotel has 234 rooms with a sober decoration, a gym open 24 hours a day, a garden and a restaurant run by chef Eric Osbourne.

The latter makes it a point of honor to source its raw materials locally.

Whiskey lovers should not miss a visit to the nearby Teeling Whiskey Distillery.

The plus:

a QR code to download with expert videos to learn more about the historical discoveries made during the work.

The least:

a little out of the way.

The price:

from €170 per night in a double room.

Hyatt Centric

, Dean Street, The Liberties, Dublin, D08 W3X7.


: +353 (1) 708 1999.

Staycity Dublin City Centre, for the tribes

Staycity Dublin City Centre, for the tribes.

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The latest addition to the Staycity apartment hotel chain has just opened in Little Mary Street north of the River Liffey.

A cosmopolitan district with many small Thai, Chinese, Japanese restaurants… Staycity works (almost) like a hotel with a 24-hour reception, a café, a gym.

The studios all have a small kitchenette which is very practical for having breakfast or reheating a take-away.

The plus

: folding beds and high chairs for families.

The least:

stereotypical decoration.

The price

: from €139 for an apartment for 4 people.

Staycity Aparthotels - City Center

, Little Mary Street, Dublin, D07 PKW5.


: +353 (1) 556 7531.

The Morgan, in the heart of Temple Bar

The Morgan, in the heart of Temple Bar.

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There is no better address to take advantage of the neighboring pubs.

The Morgan Hotel has 168 air-conditioned rooms, equipped with Nespresso coffee machines, and Suite Pads, digital tablets allowing access to all information.

Four categories of rooms ranging from the standard to the Aston Suite via the Deluxe and the Junior Suite inspired by the Art Deco style.

The restaurant 10 Fleet is famous as well as the bar and its mixologist Rui Guerra who attracts crowds on weekends with its Bubble Brunch and its original cocktails.

The plus

 : free access to the West Wood Club and its swimming pool, gym and climbing wall for hotel guests.

The least:

the somewhat rococo decor of some rooms.

The price

: from €161 per night in a double room.

The Morgan

, 10-12 Fleet St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 AT86.


: + 353 (1) 643 7000.

The Fleet, in the pub district

The Fleet, in the pub district.

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Located between Trinity College and Temple Bar, the 93 rooms of the Fleet have been completely renovated recently.

The lobby and its comfortable sofas near the fireplace invite you to relax while sipping a Guinness or one of the whiskeys offered by the bar.

Near the lobby, the 1920 café in the pure Irish tradition offers an

afternoon tea


The plus

 : The outdoor terrace.

The least

 : a bit noisy on weekends.


 : from €189 per night in a double room

The Fleet

, 19-20 Fleet St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02.


: + 353 (1) 670 8124.

The Green, ultra-modern design

The Green, ultra-modern design.

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A stone's throw from Stephen's Park, the Green has opted for a contemporary decoration with an atrium lobby including an all-glass coworking space that lets in light.

The circular bar with these bistro chairs brings conviviality and facilitates conversation with the mixologist.

The spacious rooms are sober but the thick carpet and the woolen throws that cover the beds bring warmth to the whole.

The plus

: quality bedding worthy of a palace.

The least

 : parking 5 minutes walk.

The price

 : from €160 per double room.

The Green

, 1-5 Harcourt St, Dublin 2, D02 WR80.


: +353 (1) 607 3600.

The Alex, for the Art Deco style

The Alex, for the Art Deco style.

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Located near Merrion Square Park, the hotel has been renovated by Irish design firm 21Spaces, taking inspiration from the old tram station that once occupied the premises.

Everything has been made to measure by local craftsmen to give a real identity.

The 105 rooms and suites in powder pink tones have a retro touch with vintage telephone screens, crushed velvet cushions and herringbone wool throws.

In the lobby, a coworking space with The Steam cafe which uses Cloud Picker coffee beans, a famous local roaster in Dublin.

The plus

: the size of the rooms, 30 m2 minimum.

The least

: the gym is not attached to the hotel, two minutes on foot.

The price

 : from €179 per night in a double room.

The Alex

, 41-47, Fenian St, Dublin, D02 H678.


: +353 (1) 607 3700.

Moxy Dublin, trendy bubble

Moxy Dublin, trendy bubble.

Christopher Baker

Owned by the Marriott Bonvoy group, the Moxy Hotel in Dublin is the first establishment of this chain to open in Ireland.

Appreciated by young people for its cool side with its convivial spaces such as table football tables and a range of snacks available 24 hours a day for late pub returns.

Seven categories of rooms including large family rooms, convenient for tribes.

The plus

 : The senior reduction for those over 62 (example: €110 instead of €129 per night in a double room)

The least

: the decor of the rooms is a little (too) minimalist.

The price

: from €129 per night in a double room.

Moxy Dublin Centre

, 1-5 Sackville Place, Dublin, D01 TY75.


: +353 (1) 513 3590.

Zanzibar Locke, on the banks of the Liffey

Zanzibar Locke, on the banks of the Liffey SStarick

On the banks of the River Liffey, this new concept of hotel residence has focused on decoration.

In this Georgian building which housed a nightclub, all the apartments have been personalized and decorated by local artists.

Many spaces to make your life easier, a yoga room with mattresses available, a café, a coworking space and even a playlist created by a famous DJ for the residence's clients.

The plus

: the residence is dog-friendly with a food, basket and toy package for €40.

The least

: no apartments for families.

The price

: from €125 for a studio for two people.

Zanzibar Locke

, 34-37 Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin, D01 H3V5.


: + 353 (1) 436 3700.

Number 31, like at home

Number 31, like at home.

Cathal Noonan

A small boutique hotel as we like them with only 21 rooms in the former home of the Irish architect Sam Stephenson who built many public buildings in Dublin in the 1960s and 1970s.

Brilliantly, he succeeded in perfectly marrying the 19th century side of the old stables with the modernism of the 20th century.

In the rooms, a very funky decoration with brightly colored velvet headboards that give it a little Hollywood touch.

The garden in the city center is a godsend from the first rays of sunshine.

The plus

: the quality of the breakfast with homemade granola, poached pears with vanilla, orange and cranberry cake, smoked salmon...

The downside

 : parking can be a bit tricky.


: from €143 per double room, breakfast included.

Number 31

, 31 Leeson Cl, Dublin, D02 CP70.


: + 353 (1) 676 5011.

Pembroke Hall, the city in the country

Pembroke Hall, the town in the country.

Ruth Maria Murphy

This abandoned Georgian house was bought by a couple from Dublin in 2017. After a complete renovation respecting the original traditional style, it became a boutique hotel with twelve rooms.

Just fifteen minutes from the town centre, Ballsbridge is an upmarket residential area for those looking for peace and quiet.

The plus:

the family atmosphere.

The least

 : a little out of the way, but the advantage of being quiet.

The price:

from €120 per night in a double room.

Pembroke Hall

, 76 Pembroke Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin, D04 PY89.


: +353 (1) 668 9993.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-03-31

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