Booking an accommodation in Dublin, Ireland Part 2

Part 1 of this article discussed several factors that need to be considered when making a booking for your visit to Dublin and Ireland. A number of 5 star hotels in Dublin offer first class services. For people looking for cheap accommodation, budget accommodation, 1 and 2 star accommodations are best suited for them. Superior and Deluxe accommodations are also available for booking for people looking for a little luxury and style, without making it expensive.

You should keep in mind your budget, the location where you will be staying and the type of accommodation you are looking for, when coming to Dublin, Ireland. This article discusses location of hotels and other accommodations that should be considered when making a booking.


Dublin is divided into 5 major divisions. When making a booking for your stay in Dublin City, you should make sure of the location you will be staying in. Some of the locations near the city centre are close to all the top tourist attractions and provide easy access to them. Most of the popular restaurants and pubs are also located close to the City Centre, which makes this area best suited for tourists and travellers.

Some of the areas away from the City Centre provide privacy, as they are away from the busy life of the heart of the city.

Temple Bar This area is also known as the City Centre, and is the heart of Dublin. Temple Bar has a lot of popular hotels, which offer an ideal location for travellers and visitors who prefer to stay in the heart of Dublin. A list of hotels in Dublin City Centre, Temple Bar are given at

North City Centre This is the area to the North of Temple Bar. It is ideal for people who want to live away from the hustle and bustle of the heart of the city, yet staying close to the City Centre, to avoid travelling costs. This area is also easily accessible from the Dublin Airport and Port. Find a list of hotels situated in North City Centre Dublin, Ireland here.

South City Centre This area is to the South of Dublin City Centre, mainly lying to the South of River Liffey. This is again suited for people who want some privacy, away from the heart of the city, yet being close to the main tourist attractions. This area is mainly a residential area and is home to some great hotels and restaurants. A list of Hotels in South City Centre Dublin can be found at

North County The area of North County Dublin has the Dublin Airport, which makes it suitable for the business traveller. Some of the best golf courses of Dublin are also found in the North County region. The North County region also has lovely sandy beaches, and is suitable for people who want to live in a calm and tranquil environment. A number of hotels are? situated in North County Dublin, Ireland, ideal for the regular traveller.

South County The South County region of Dublin is the region adjoining County Wicklow. The region is full of both natural and social amenities. A number of golf facilities are available in South County Dublin. This area is also famous for its walks in the Dublin Mountains and is dotted with pretty seaside villages. South County Dublin is easily accessible from the city centre by rail. Find some great hotels in South County Dublin, Ireland at Dublin Events.

The next part of the article will talk about the type of accommodations available for booking in Dublin, Ireland. Some of the popular ones include Hotels, Hostels, Guesthouses, Townhouses, Bed and Breakfasts and Self Catering Apartments.

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