The best hotels in the Creative Quarter, Dublin

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It says it in the name. The Creative Quarter is an area that runs from South William Street to George’s Street, and from Lower Stephen’s Street to Exchequer Street and it is filled with creative activity. From galleries, independent outlets and innovative restaurants, this is a neighbourhood that draws artsy types. An historic area dating back to the 18th century, the red brick architecture gives a grand feel to the streets. The best hotels in the Creative Quarter are boutique properties set in old Victorian houses.

The best hotels in the Creative Quarter

Boutique

Brooks Hotel

  • On Dublin's trendy Drury Street, Brooks Hotel is an excellent, family-run hotel. Its style is modern with smart, comfortable rooms and an inviting, low-key bar. Central Dublin is on the doorstep, so return after a day's exploring for a delicious meal at in-house Francesca's. A stylish city hotel.

A lively stay

Arcade

  • Kelly's Hotel Dublin is a quirky boutique hotel. 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.

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  • Brooks Hotel Dublin 98 rooms from £234

    Local exploring  -  Perfectly positioned near Grafton Street with the city's main attractions and the best shops and restaurants just a stroll away
    Business meetings  -  With excellent conference facilities and a central location, it's great for business meetings
    Sights nearby  -  Five minutes walk from Dublin Castle and the Chester Beatty Library
    Recommended by  -  Frommers, Small Luxury Hotels, Michelin Travel

    On Dublin's trendy Drury Street, Brooks Hotel is an excellent, family-run hotel. Its style is modern with smart, comfortable rooms and an inviting, low-key bar. Central Dublin is on the doorstep, so return after a day's exploring for a delicious meal at in-house Francesca's. A stylish city hotel. See More

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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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Written by Katie Harris

posted Friday, 14th February 2020