Cheers to Dublin!
While prices have increased across the board in the last few years — in fact, it was recently declared more expensive than London! — it is still possible to enjoy the Irish capital while sticking to a budget.
From pubs to museums, there is plenty of Cheapo-friendly things to do in Dublin. But what about accommodations?
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Best budget hotels in Dublin
We love Dublin’s charm, especially when it comes to the local hotels. We’ve picked some of our favorites, based on cleanliness, comfort, character, and of course, affordable nightly rates.
Neighborhood: Gardiner Street Lower
Doubles from $79
The Hazelbrook House offers basic rooms and standard amenities at rates that will make Cheapos swoon. Rooms facing the street have plenty of natural light, while rooms in the back are great for light sleepers; they offer a little less light and a lot more peace and quiet. You’ll find free Wi-Fi and full Irish breakfasts here, too. Yum! Read the full review
Neighborhood: Temple Bar & Trinity College
Doubles from $87
While the rooms won’t win any design awards, you’ll find accommodations at the Ashfield Hostel clean and comfortable. Ashfield offers a lounge where you can relax, meet new people, and play a little pool. Wi-Fi is free throughout, and breakfast is included in the nightly rate. They also offer triple rooms which are a good option for groups. And if you fancy cooking, you can take advantage of the guest kitchen. Read the full review
Neighborhood: Gardiner Street Upper
Doubles from $110
Everything is spick and span at the Dergvale Hotel, and while it tends to be old-fashioned, the service is friendly and the rates are low. Rooms are clean and comfortable, and you can save even more by booking a room with a shared bathroom. After a long day of sightseeing, you can unwind in the cozy and eclectic basement bar. Read the full review
Neighborhood: Around Dublin
Doubles from $139
Cheap and charming, Waterloo House is ready to be your home away from home. Classic decor makes each room feel welcoming and cozy, and you won’t want to miss out on spending some time in the backyard garden. Although the hotel is on a quiet, residential street, St. Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street and Aviva Stadium are still walkable. Read the full review
Neighborhood: St. Stephen’s Green
Doubles from $120
With modern rooms and one of the best locations in Dublin, Stauntons on the Green makes our favorite list of budget hotels in Dublin year after year, and for good reason. The hotel is within a rehabilitated Georgian mansion located in a quieter part of St. Stephens Green. A full Irish breakfast is often included in the rate, too (check when booking). Read the full review
More budget hotels in Dublin
Looking for more cheap hotels in Dublin? Browse our full guide with more than 30 budget options.
Source: Euro Cheapo