Best Dublin holiday apartments
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Staycity Aparthotels Saint Augustine StreetWith balconies overlooking the city or the courtyard, Staycity Serviced Apartments Saint Augustine St provide stylish accommodation in the heart of Dublin. Close to Christ Church Cathedral, Temple Bar is a 5-minute walk away.Book now
Ballsbridge HotelBallsbridge Hotel is located in Dublin’s D4 district, next to the DART Railway which connects guests to the city centre in minutes. Aviva Stadium and the RDS are also within a 5-minute walking distance and the Aircoach stop is just outside the property.Book now
Clayton Hotel BallsbridgeBoasting spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms, Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge is a beautifully restored 19th-century Masonic orphan’s school with landscaped gardens. Located less than 5 minutes' walk from the RDS, the city buses stop right outside the hotel. The hotel is within walking distance of Dublin city centre and just 5 minutes from Sandymount DART station. Underground car parking is available for an additional charge.Book now
APARTMENTS, HOTELS, HOSTELS AND BAD AND BREAKFAST IN DUBLIN
Dublin is truly a city that never sleeps. There’s always something to do and the friendly locals will be sure to make you a part of it. Renting accommodation in Dublin with 9flats is your chance to experience this beautiful city from a local point of view. Apartments in Dublin give you the opportunity to take in everything from historic attractions to the excellent galleries, top entertainment and exciting nightlife. A bit like couchsurfing in Dublin, booking flat sharing accommodation with 9flats is lots of fun and offers a lot of freedom as well as privacy.
Get Much More with Holiday Apartments in Dublin
Holiday apartments in Dublin with 9flats mean that you’ll have a comfortable base from which to see the city and enjoy all the activities and events available. Because you’ll be in a real home in a local area you’re certain to make friends quickly and you’ll soon be part of the Dublin scene. Dublin is rich in history and the illuminated Book of Kells, dating from 800AD and one of the best examples in the world, can be seen at Trinity College Library. Dubliners are rightly proud of their literary heritage. Start out from your holiday apartment in Dublin and walk in the footsteps of James Joyce, author of Ulysses and of course The Dubliners. Set off from your own 9flats vacation home for the James Joyce Centre at 35 North George Street to take part in one of the special ‘Dubliners’ walking tours. Dublin’s Georgian architecture is stunning. See The Custom House, the Rotunda Hospital and the Four Courts for superb examples of James Ganon’s beautiful buildings.
See the Sights from Vacation Homes in Dublin
The entertainment scene in Dublin has something for everyone. See top bands at venues in the city or enjoy live music over a pint of Guinness in many of the great pubs. Try the bustling Temple Bar area or take a stroll across the Liffey Bridge, you’re sure to come to a pub. Get a Dublin Pass which allows visitors free or cheap access to many of the city’s attractions and you can choose apartments in Rathmines which are close to the centre of the city or if you prefer a peaceful place with a local feel then apartments in Clontarf could be just right for you and are ideal for the local beaches. Book your 9flats apartments in Dublin soon to see this exciting city for yourself.
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Enjoy Dublin and Beyond
Dublin has a welcome for everyone and your accommodation in Dublin is ideal for getting a real feel of the city. There’s an Irish welcome further afield too. Take a look at apartments in Cork to try another great city by the sea. The more adventurous might like to try further afield, and apartments in Marseille are a good choice. Watch the world go by over a coffee in O’Connell Street or enjoy a Guinness over the newspaper in a bar overlooking the Liffey. Take a day trip to the nearby seaside villages or walk by the Molly Malone statue in Grafton Street. Book your holiday apartment in Dublin with 9flats today for a trip to remember.
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Latest reviews for places in Dublin
regrettably the booked twin room wasn't free. so we had to share a double bed. secondary the fridge for guest use smells really bad. would dare to say that nobody had cleand it up for weeks. far from that anything was fine. austin and his wife are very frindly helpfull hosts.laura reviewed 2,4,6 Person Rooms >> 4 person room in Crumlin
The place is in a quiet area and one can get to and from Dublin quite quickly (~20-30 min till city center) and even fetch a nice view of the suburban area on the way. The room has everything one needs to rest and plan the various trips that can come to mind. The kitchen serves every basic feature one can desire for breakfast or anything else. So all in all recommended for a stay!Dominique reviewed WOW Hottub B&B+Cable+ Many guests- Double Room - AMAZING VALUE ! in Crumlin