€117 - €172
|CHEAPEST CITY IN IRELAND||Shannon||19% cheaper||Hotels in Shannon are the cheapest in Ireland at just €117 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN IRELAND||Kinsale||17% more expensive||Kinsale has the highest priced hotels in Ireland with rooms averaging €172 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN IRELAND||Dublin||87% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Dublin than any other city in Ireland|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Ireland near Dublin City Centre then you are in luck. momondo recommends 11 hotels near Dublin City Centre and on average, hotels in the area cost €104/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Dublin City Centre are typically 30% less expensive than the average hotel in Ireland, which is €150.
|Low season||October||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||December||most expensive time to stay|
|10%||expected price decrease|
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€132 - €160
|Cheapest day of week||Monday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€159||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€126||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|The Europe Hotel & Resort|
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The Cultural Heart of Ireland, Galway is home to traditional Irish dance, music, and culture. The harbor city is lined with winding streets full of art galleries, cute boutiques, and stone-clad buildings. If you're looking for Irish hotels, booking accommodation in Galway Bay Hotel, the Ardilaun Hotel, the Connacht Hotel, or the Clybaun Hotel will ease movement between unique attractions in the city. If you can't walk to an attraction site, use Bus Eireann and Galway City Direct buses which ply in different roots, or try the Galway Trains to see the Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, or the Dunguaire Castle. Cork City is a historic gem full of life and exciting watersport activities. Whether you're coming from the airport or going to a different venue, the Larnrod Eireann trains and the Bus Eireann will transport you. Cheap hotels in Ireland and Cork include Jurys Inn, Cork's Vienna Woods Hotel & Villas, and the Montenotte Hotel.
Ireland is a lively country rich in history, culture, and beautiful atmosphere all year round. In Dublin, you'll find cheap hotels in Ireland near the iconic Guinness Storehouse where visitors can learn how the famous Guinness beer is made and sample it at a fee. On the shores of Kylemore Lake sits the romantic Kylemore Abbey estate. You can learn the romantic story behind it for some fee and later retire to sleep at the Seven Court Hotel, Jameson Court Self Catering Apartments, or the Salt Hill Hotel for a sumptuous Irish stew and smoked salmon. Other payable attractions in Ireland include Muckrose House, Blarney Castle & Gardens, Tayto Park, Dublin Zoo, and St. Patricks Cathedral. If traveling on a tight budget, hop on a bus and visit the Irish Museum of Modern Art, National Botanic Gardens, Doneraile Park, and Glendalough Site for free. To enjoy all these sites, visit Ireland between March and May or between September and November when the tourist influx has gone down.
Outside of Dublin is the Maynooth town, where excellent public infrastructure makes it simple to get in and out of nightclubs irrespective of the hour. At the Temple Bar Square, you'll enjoy great bites and sample different local brews as you watch the night sink with music and dances. Galway is another nightlife destination you don't want to miss while in Ireland. The high student population in the city makes nightlife interesting in different super-pubs and traditional pubs. The iconic nightlife clubs in Ireland include the Costigan's Pub, Doolin Music House for traditional Irish music, and Pedal Power pub in Galway. Whereas all restaurants serve the Irish signature dish called Irish stew, you can book hotels in Hilton Dublin, the Spencer Hotel, the Merion, or the Ashling Hotel Dublin at a cheap cost.
If you love arts, music, and the Irish people's culture, head to Belfast. It's full of historical sites, shopping, sports, art, and attractions that'll keep your stay occupied. Start by visiting the Linen Hall Library at Donegall Square, which is open all year round except on holidays. The Botanic Gardens with a conservatory that contains tropical plants, then head to Belfast Castle for a spectacular view of Belfast. People who love outdoor activities should spare time to visit County Clare for cliffs, seascapes, music, and caves. The best places to stay at a small fee include the Burren, an ancient landscape, the Cliffs of Moher for free, and the Folk Park or Bunratty Castle at cheap costs. While in Cork, take a ride to Glenveagh National Park, and walk to the Victorian Glenveagh Castle, all at reasonable fees. Most art and history centers are busy from March to May and September to November. Don't forget to book a hotel in Ireland such as the beautiful Marker Hotel and the Spencer Hotel.
At just €193 per night on average, January is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Ireland. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Ireland is May.
There is little doubt that travellers enjoy various cities in Ireland, but the majority of travellers who visit Ireland tend to spend the most time in Dublin.
As a popular tourist destination in Ireland, it is no surprise that Dublin has the most expensive hotel rooms at €137 per night - 21% more than than the country's average hotel room price.
If you are travelling to Ireland on a budget, plan to stay in Cashel which boasts the lowest average hotel room cost in the country. Charging about 78% lower than the country’s average, hotel room rates in Cashel are typically around €20 per night.
55 Maccurtain Street, Cork, Ireland