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In Dublin's Fair City, the Hotels Are Beautiful

There's no question about it, Ireland's capital of Dublin draws thousands of visitors each year to this fantastic vacation destination offering beautiful scenery and rich, fascinating history. And the Hotels in Dublin, Ireland are as beautiful and fascinating as their surroundings!

Hotels in DublinLocated on Harcourt Street, one of Dublin's most fashionable areas, is the Harcourt Hotel. This picturesque hotel is situated just off the south west corner of St. Stephen's Green, making the Harcourt Hotel a perfect choice for those travelers who wish to explore the shopping on Grafton Street or want to take a ride on Dublin's LUAS tram line. You won't have to take the tram to experience what Dublin has to offer, because the Harcourt Hotel is within walking distance of Temple Bar, and almost all Dublin's major attractions. There's even a beer garden at the Harcourt's D-Two bar with deck seating that lets visitors sit, enjoy a pint, and watch a beautiful waterfall.

Dublin Hotels also include the Ripley Court Hotel, another great option. Travel won't be a problem when staying at Ripley Court since it's adjacent to Connolly Railway Station and also offers convenient access to Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART). And, like Harcourt Hotel, Ripley Court is just a few minutes walk away from the bustling Temple Bar. The International Financial Services Centre is nearby, too!

Visitors to Dublin may also stay at the Charles Stuart, located on Parnell Square East opposite the Gate Theatre and the Garden of Remembrance. Tour buses are available right at the doorstep, and The Irish Writer's Museum is just across the street. With shopping and historical landmarks scattered throughout the city streets, there's no end to the entertainment Dublin has to offer!

Travelers may wish to visit the James Joyce Museum, take a stroll down River Liffey, or walk around Trinity College. Some may be keen to take in a traditional Irish pub and listen to a musical session. With an almost tangible sense of history in the city, Dublin is a wonderful place to take a vacation.

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