The cheapest hotels in Dublin can be found for a few thousand euros, but that’s hardly enough to cover the cost of a weekend trip.
Some are even priced below €200 per night, which can be quite a bit for a weekend.
But with so many hotels, and with so little time to find one that suits you, what do you do?
We took a trip down the best hotel deals around the city, from the cheapest to the most expensive, and compared them to other travellers around the country.
If you’re looking for cheap hotels in the city centre, check out our guide.
We did this with a budget of €1,300 (about £1,500).
The cheapest option was in the Hotel Pallas, located in the central core, but it’s only open from 7am-11pm, so it’s a bit of a gamble if you want to try it out.
We ended up spending a week at this lovely hotel, which is only open during weekends, so there’s no excuse for not booking your own stay.
The hotel’s staff are always very helpful and they’re great at offering a selection of cheap rooms, so you don’t have to be a super budget-minded person to get a room.
If this is your first visit to Dublin, or you’re on a tight budget, then this is a fantastic hotel to book, but you can find other cheap hotels to suit different budgets, from €1 to €100 per night.
Hotel Pallas – the best hotels in city centre in Dublin article Hotels in Dublin are expensive because they cost a fortune to stay in, but they’re also expensive because there’s so little space available to stay.
The main problem with hotel rooms in Dublin is that there are so many of them, and there are also so few beds available for each guest, so when you get there, it can be a bit overwhelming.
That’s where the Pallas can be your best friend, because there are a lot of different types of rooms, and it can make it easy to find a room that suits your needs.
A hotel is an ideal option if you’re planning to spend a lot and don’t mind getting a bit creative with the price, because the rooms are usually available in the morning or afternoon, and you can book your room up as late as 10pm.
The rooms can be very spacious, and the prices tend to be relatively cheap, so the room isn’t going to be expensive for your budget.
If you want a room with a private bathroom, you can ask for a discount from €30-£40 (€10-€15).
A room with two bathrooms is available for €60 (€40-€50), and a room has three bathrooms is €100 (€130-€150).
Hotels with three bathrooms are available for £115 (€170-€210), while rooms with four bathrooms are only available for around €100.
There are also a lot more affordable hotels to explore, including the Hotel de Payslare, which has a huge selection of affordable hotels for the budget traveller.
You can also book a hotel in the centre of the city with a price tag of around €1 million (€1.1 million).
The only problem with hotels in this area is that the people who live there are busy people, so if you don´t like to get out too much, it might be better to take your chances in the suburbs, or to stay at a cheaper hotel near the city center.