All the beauty of a big city but contained in a village-like atmosphere, Dublin is a great European capital for a city break in a Boutique Hotel. Friendly and popular, its galleries, cobbled streets, and Irish pubs make it magic… But even more by staying in one of our 6 Best Boutique Hotels in Dublin.
Among our best hotels Dublin, the Dean Hotel is located in the heart of the city, nearby the Iveagh Gardens. Fun and cool, the Dean Hotel isn’t conventional at all.
From the bunk bed bedroom with a view, to the penthouse, the choice is yours.
Apparent brick, wood everywhere, vintage design… If you like baby-foot and vinyls you’ll find your groove!
The Beacon is situated in the south of Dublin in a quiet area, very close to the Powerscourt gardens, and just fifteen minutes away from the center of the city.
Conceived by Philippe Stark, the design of the Beacon Hotel wins unanimous support. Modern and simple, the bedroom are so comfortable than sometimes we just want to stay awake to enjoy it!
Especially with a bedroom on the 6th floor, with a view on the capital and the sea.
Surprising architectural complex, the design of the Marker is very modern and luxurious, open on outside with huge picture windows.
The boutique hotel owns a spa and a wellness area, perfect to relax after a day wandering the city, and a restaurant and a bar as well.
You can’t be more in the center of the city than at the Morison Boutique Hotel! Located on the banks of the Liffey river, near a lot of museums, pubs and boutiques, we heard that not only the Morison is one of the best hotels in Dublin, but also in Ireland!
Contemporary and simple, the bedroom design is quite astonishing, just like the bathroom with a walk-in-shower and a wall of lights…
The Spencer Hotel is also on the banks of the Liffey river, only 200 meters aways from the Convention Center of the city, perfect for a business trip, but not only!
Because the city center is only a 10 minutes walk away, the Spencer Hotel is also a great choice to discover the Irish capital.
Between its spa, the hammam, the sauna and the delicious Irish breakfast, no doubt that visitors of the Spencer Hotel will be as right as rain after wandering the streets of the city.
The carpets are made of Irish wool, chairs are covered with a soft mohair… And when teatime is coming, the design hotel knows how to put on a great spread! The Spiced orange & almond pudding with star anise syrup est probably one of the most enjoyed dish.
Simple and elegant, when time comes to go to bed, the arms of Morpheus are never too far…
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