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CHEAP DUBLIN HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

Cheap Dublin Hotel - Budget accommodation in Dublin includes cheap hotels, guesthouses and hostels. Some of these are family operated premises providing you with the personal touch. Full dining facilities may not be available in some of the cheaper establishments but they represent excellent value and there are always a number of restaurants and cafes nearby. Many guesthouses and “bed and breakfast” options nowadays have ensuite facilities but it is worth while checking this for some lesser grade places. Have a look around and you are sure to find excellent value in the area of the city you’d like, and at an attractive price. Some hotels and guesthouses aren’t classified as it’s possible for them to opt not to be so. There are also several great hostels in Dublin city - most are specially designed to cater for the tourist budget.

 
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Another cheap option for accommodation is caravan and camping but these tend to be well outside the centre city. Nonetheless, this may appeal to some and it’s worth noting that sites recommended by the Irish Tourist Board all have good facilities such as toilet facilities, water supply, maintenance,electricity and water supply points and refuse disposal outlets. Many also have small shops and restaurants incorporated in the complex.

Camden Deluxe
Camden Street.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
The Camden DeLuxe has budget accommodation close to the heart of Dublin. The Hotel was originally the old Theatre DeLuxe and this is where the name comes from. Facilities include a large pool hall that can hold up to 150 people and good restaurant. It is also close to some of the best music venues in the city.

The Bridge House
24-25 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
The Bridge House is a family run guest house rather than a hotel but all of the rooms are fitted out to hotel standards with a private bathroom. From Sunday to Thursday nights they operate a fixed room rate so that up to three people can share. Right in the centre of the city, in the Temple Bar area.

Days Inn
Talbot Street, Dublin 1.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
Days Inn is in the city center and is classed as a guesthouse rather than a hotel as the dining facilities are limited to breakfast and there is no bar. Rates can vary and are more expensive at weekends.

Days Hotel Rathmines
Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6.
Telephone - +353 1672 7752
About fifteen minutes walk from Saint Stephens Green and twenty from Temple Bar, the Days Hotel Rathmines is close enough to the city for you not to have to get a taxi. Its Tramco Bar is one of the trendiest bars in Dublin.

Frederick Guesthouse
48 Hardwicke Street, Dublin 1
Telephone - +353 1878 6689
The Frederick offers a limited number of large backpacker rooms and family rooms. It has a minimum stay of two nights over a weekend.

Isaacs Hotel
Frenchmans Lane, Dublin 1
Telephone - +353 1855 6215
This is Dublin's best loved and most cosmopolitan hostel. It is located centrally beside the central bus station and Connolly rail station and has multi bed and private rooms.

   
 
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