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Dublin Hotel Ireland - Mid priced hotel accommodation in Dublin offers facilities for the tourist and business traveller alike. Hotels in this section range in price from €50 to €100 per person sharing including breakfast but at times you can get a much cheaper option. In Ireland mainly hotels charge by the person rather than by room. These hotels go from small, family operated premises to larger, modern hotels. Some are in major international chains of hotels. You’ll find most of the bedrooms are well appointed, all will have private bathroom with either bath or shower. What you need to decide is where do you want to be located and is there any special facility such as high-speed internet connection that you might want.

 
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Holiday Inn
98-107 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
Centrally situated just on the south of the River Liffey and close to Dublin's main business districts, tourist and cultural attractions. Most find this Holiday Inn a good option for tourists and business travelers alike.

Quality Hotel Leisure Centre Dublin
Cardiff Lane Sir John Rogesons Quay , Dublin 2
Telephone - +353 1643 9500
This one is also south of the Liffey and right beside the river. Quality Hotel is a stylish modern building. It features 213 guestrooms and has its own health and fitness club if you want to tone up during your stay. .

Ormand Quay Hotel
7-11 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin 7.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
The Ormond Quay Hotel is located in the centre of Dublin and overlooks the River Liffey. The Ormond is in fact Dublin’s oldest hotel. The bar in this hotel was the setting of the the Sirens chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses.

North Star Hotel
Amiens Street, Dublin 1.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
The North Star is right opposite one of the main railway stations - Connolly Rail Station, has access to the Dart line and is ten minutes walk from Temple Bar and less to the main O’Connell Street thoroughfare. The hotel has a traditional bar and a popular restaurant and it now has a gymnasium and a sauna for guests. Some may find the area a little bleak but it is central to everywhere and just opposite the Financial Services Centre.

Wynns Hotel
Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
Dating back to 1845, Wynns is a highly popular, central Dublin hotel - with features from another era. Amongst its 70 rooms is a number of triple and family rooms available. All rooms have private bathroom facilities.

Stauntons on the Green
83 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
A beautiful, historic Georgian townhouse offering comfortable spacious classy accommodation and overlooking Saint Stephens Green right in the heart of Georgian Dublin.

   
 
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