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The Best Hotels in Temple Bar, Dublin

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Set alongside the River Liffey, Temple Bar is a compact neighbourhood made up of picturesque 17th-century architecture and known for its cultural offerings, and its nightlife. People are drawn here to discover the works at the Irish Photography Centre, performances at the New Theatre or films at the Arthouse Multimedia Centre. During the summer months expect to find outdoor film screenings in Meetinghouse Square while, throughout the year, literature enthusiasts can come on the weekends and scour the Temple Bar Book Market in Temple Bar Square. The nightlife is renowned, usually starting in one of the old traditional pubs and leading onto one of the local nightclubs. For something a little more sedate there is a wide range of restaurants too. This is a lively area well-suited to the young and creative. The best hotels in Temple Bar tend to be trendy spots in keeping with the area's character.

The best hotels in Temple Bar

For city style

The Clarence

  • The Clarence is famously owned by Bono and The Edge of U2 and has been transformed into one of Dublin's hippest hotels. Situated on the banks of the Liffey it is perfectly placed for making the most of Dublin's many sights and legendary nightlife. A stylish, good value spot for a city break.
  • The Morgan is an elegant spot with stylish rooms, complete with Nespresso machines. Dine at 10 Fleet Street Restaurant and Bar, a chic restaurant with a menu of Irish favourites.

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  • The Clarence Dublin 50 rooms from £225

    City Style
    Restaurant  -  Cleaver East is overseen by two Michelin starred chefs and offers taster plate style cuisine for sharing
    Sights nearby  -  The hotel is situated in the heart of Dublin's cultural quarter with all major attractions near by
    Private Hot Tub  -  If you book the penthouse suite it comes with private terrace and outdoor hot tub
    SpaRestaurantDisabled accessParking
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Frommers, Michelin Travel, CN Traveller

    Famously owned by Bono and The Edge of U2, The Clarence has been transformed into one of Dublin's hippest hotels. Situated on the banks of the Liffey it is perfectly placed for making the most of Dublin's many sights and legendary nightlife. A stylish, good value spot for a city break. See More

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  • The Morgan Dublin (Temple Bar) 168 rooms from £180

    Short fly break  -  The cobbled streets and laneways lined with boutique shops, galleries and restaurants make this ideal for weekend breaks
    Local exploring  -  Situated in the heart of Dublin, a short stroll from Grafton Street and Dublin Castle
    Sights nearby  -  Trinity College, Christ Church Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, and many more sights are just a stone's throw away
    Swimming Pool  -  Guests can use the fitness facilties at West Wood Club including a heated indoor pool - a 5 minute walk away
    RestaurantSwimming PoolDisabled accessParkingNo pets

    Neatly located in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin's quirky cobble stoned neighbourhood, The Morgan Hotel is an elegant spot with stylish rooms, complete with Nespresso machines. Dine at 10 Fleet Street Restaurant and Bar, a chic restaurant with a menu of Irish favourites. Superb! See More

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Written by Katie Harris

posted Tuesday, 20th July 2021