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Luxury Hotels in Ireland

    The Westbury Hotel
    The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection
    The Merrion

Pet Friendly Ireland Hotels

    Dromhall Hotel
    East Clare Golf Village
    ibis Dublin

Ireland hotels

As the ancient source of countless romantic legends and tales, Ireland remains one of the most popular destinations of the United Kingdom. The "Emerald Isle" enchants guests with its medieval castles of Kilkenny, world-renown festivals in bohemian Galway, and the gorgeous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. Visitors will have no problem finding comfortable lodging near key locations like Dublin or the beaches of Sligo after seeing the amazing selection of hotels Ireland has to offer.

Ireland Quick Picks and Tips

Many business travelers staying in Ireland hotels have the privilege of enjoying the breathtaking Dublin Convention Center, which hosts major events for international professional organizations and local festivals and career fairs.


Foodies may want to look for Ireland hotel accommodations in Kinsale, County Cork's gastronomical center, where one may find international cuisine to fit any budget.

Major Point of Interest

Visitors staying in County Cork accommodations are blessed with easy access to 15th century Blarney Castle, home of the famous, much-kissed Blarney Stone, and one of the best places to view the glorious countryside.


Fill your Ireland hotel rooms with Irish crafts and local wares like fine crystal and pottery, Aran sweaters from the famous Dublin shopping streets of Grafton and Nassau.


If there was a blood type called "sportsman," it would run in the veins of every true Irish native. Some of the best hotels in Ireland are conveniently located near sports arenas like Croke Park, one of Europe's biggest stadiums, where one can watch rugby, football, and hurling championships.

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