The 5 best value hotels in Dublin

Dublin

Historic and lively Dublin is the beating heart of the Republic of Ireland. Offering something for everyone from cultural enthusiasts to foodies the hotels are also reflective of this. Our range of the best value hotels in Dublin are based around the centre of the city and range from quirky boutiques to homely B&Bs. You will even find options under 100 Euros making this an appealing choice for a weekend city break without breaking the bank!

The best value hotels in Dublin

Under 100 Euros

Kelly's Hotel

  • Kelly's Hotel Dublin is a quirky boutique hotel located in the heart of Dublin's city centre. Individually styled rooms boast hand-selected design pieces and comfy beds; the best retain the building's Victorian-era charm with exposed wooden beams. While the novel hotel bridge leads guests over to No Name Bar. A lively city stay.

Under 150 Euros

Ariel House

  • Ariel House is a converted Victorian townhouse on the Lansdowne Road just steps from the Aviva stadium. Rooms are traditional in style and the suites offer four-posters. Incredible value for this excellent Dublin location, close to all major sights and nightlife. Perfect for a budget break or rugby fans.
  • Ranleagh House is a chic house set in Dublin's fashionable Ranelagh Village. The bright rooms have period details and king-size beds with luxurious linens. Each of the stylish rooms is named after a famous local legend to reflect the building's rich history. A pretty, three-star townhouse that won't disappoint.
  • Number 31 is part guesthouse, part boutique hotel with superb breakfasts and a laid back vibe. Large, gloriously decorated rooms that supersede guesthouse status. A lovely garden and superb sitting room that connects the mews side of the house with the Georgian side. A truly luxury B&B.
  • Buswells Hotel is a centrally located hotel, in a collection of four townhouses. Comfortably traditional with high-ceilinged rooms, a welcoming lounge and an attractive restaurant. Walking distance from sights and shops, and good value, too.

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  • Kelly's Hotel Dublin Dublin 16 rooms from £86

    Short fly break  -  This hotel is perfectly situated for a short fly weekend away; throw a few things into a bag and book your flight
    City Style  -  You can't get a more central location than this hotel's; use this as a base for exploring Dublin's city sights
    Romantic Break  -  With its unique design and cosy rooms, this hotel is great for couple's looking for a lively romantic break
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Christ Church Cathedral, one of Dublin's most historic city sights

    This quirky boutique hotel is located in the heart of Dublin's city centre. Individually styled rooms boast hand-selected design pieces and comfy beds; the best retain the building's Victorian-era charm with exposed wooden beams. Take the novel hotel bridge over to No Name Bar. A lively city stay. See More

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  • Ariel House Dublin (Ballsbridge) 37 rooms from £78

    City Style  -  Set in a grand Victorian era house, the interiors mix the building's original features with simple and chic contemporary style
    Other Activities  -  Located in the shadow of the Aviva Stadium making this an ideal choice for those travelling to watch a rugby game
    Local exploring  -  Well positioned for accessing the Aviva Stadium, the Dublin Convention Centre and many historical sights
    Sights nearby  -  Ballsbridge enjoys easy access to all of Dublin's major attractions
    Recommended by  -  Fodors

    Converted Victorian townhouse on the Lansdowne Road just steps from the Aviva stadium. Rooms are traditional in style - book a suite for a four poster experience. Incredible value for this excellent Dublin location, close to all major sights and nightlife. Perfect for a budget break or rugby fans. See More

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  • Ranelagh Rooms Dublin (Ranelagh) 6 rooms from £115

    Romantic Break  -  The pretty setting just outside of the hustle and bustle of the city centre makes this a popular choice with couples
    Foodies  -  Foodies will love the endless amount of restaurants on the hotel's doorstep; consult their guide for recommendations
    City Style  -  Explore the independent boutiques and popular cafés of Ranelagh Village during your stay
    Great walks  -  Guests love exploring local Ranelagh Village on foot during their stay; discover this hidden Dublin gem during your stay

    This chic house is set in Dublin's fashionable Ranelagh Village. The bright rooms have period details and king-size beds with luxurious linens. Each of the stylish rooms is named after a famous local legend to reflect the building's rich history. A pretty, three-star townhouse that won't disappoint. See More

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  • Buswells Hotel Dublin (St Stephens Green,) 67 rooms from £130

    Local exploring  -  Well placed in the heart of the city just minutes from Trinity College, the National Museum and the National Library
    City Style  -  Offering traditional elegance and exemplary service, this is a smart city stay
    Sights nearby  -  Stroll down to Trinity College and wander through the historic university
    Traditional

    This centrally located hotel, in a collection of four townhouses, is comfortably traditional with high-ceilinged rooms, a welcoming lounge and attractive restaurant. Stepping distance from sights and shops, and good value, too. See More

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  • Number 31 Dublin 21 rooms from £130

    City Style  -  Wonderfully located in picturesque Georgian Dublin, with bold interiors, contemporary art and charming central garden.
    Great walks  -  A ten minute walk brings you to St Stephens Green, where you can stretch your legs and feed the ducks.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Recommended by  -  Fodors, Frommers

    Part guesthouse, part boutique hotel with superb breakfasts and a laid back vibe. Large, gloriously decorated rooms that supersede guesthouse status. A lovely garden and superb sitting room that connects the mews side of the house with the Georgian side. A truly luxury B&B. See More

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Written by Katie Harris

posted Tuesday, 30th July 2019