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Set in the quieter West End of Dublin City’s trendy Temple Bar district, the Paramount 3 Star Hotel in Dublin City in Temple Bar is within walking distance to all major tourist attractions, nightlife, bars, restaurants and public transport links to suburban Dublin & rest of Ireland. Whether your stay is for Business or Leisure purposes let paramount Hotel be your first choice for comfort, price and location. Our hotel boasts 64 tastefully designed bedrooms with a 1930’s coloured décor. All rooms in our 3 Star Hotel Dublin are equipped with all mod-cons, FREE Wi-Fi and ensuite facilities. All Special Offers, discounted Early Bird Bookings and Dinner Bed & Breakfast rates are available through our website and we quarantee the Best rate available when booking online
Unlimited hi speed complimentary broadband, LCD Flatscreen TV, Tea / Coffee making facilities, Direct Dial Telephone, Hairdryer, Safes and Trouser press.
The boutique Trinity Capital Hotel is a 2-minute walk from Trinity College. It offers the Cafe Cairo restaurant and bar and large rooms with flat-screen satellite TVs and internet access. The stylish rooms at the Trinity Hotel are decorated in rich colours and walnut wood fittings. Rooms include laptop safes, full-length mirrors and bathrooms with baths, power showers and fluffy towels. Some rooms have panoramic city views. The open-plan restaurant has huge floor-to-ceiling windows and serves light lunches and coffees during the day. There is an evening dinner menu and a heated outdoor terrace area. There are several opulently furnished lounges in the hotel for guests to relax in. The Temple Bar district is just a 5-minute walk away and the hotel has a 24-hour reception. There is a DART Station at Tara Street just a one minute walk from the Trinity Capital Hotel.
Trinity Capital Hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available during limited hours. The property offers complimentary wireless Internet access. Event facilities include a conference/meeting room. The staff can arrange concierge services and event catering. Additional amenities include room service during limited hours, laundry facilities, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. The property hasdesignated areas for smoking (fines may apply for smoking in non-smoking areas).
The 3 Star Ardmore Hotel on the Finglas Road between Glasnevin and Finglas a mere 15 minutes from Dublin Airport, offers value for money and a warm traditional Irish welcome. Best Internet rates are guaranteed on this website so book now and save. Owned by Sean McEniff and Family, at the Ardmore Hotel we believe in treating our guests as we would a family member. In fact some of our staff have been with us since we opened and are always willing to do that little bit extra to make sure that your stay with us is a pleasant one. Experience a traditional welcome and service in safe, clean and modern hotel.
Dining options at the hotel include a bar/lounge. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and a computer station is located on site. Business amenities at this 3-star property include small meeting rooms, secretarial services, and audiovisual equipment. The staff can provide concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and currency exchange. Additional amenities include multilingual staff, laundry facilities, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Guest parking is complimentary. The property has designated areas for smoking.
Cosmopolitan, colourful and over a thousand years old, Dublin presents a fine starting point for visitors to Ireland. This capital city is split in two by the River Liffey, which gives form to the city and has no less than nine bridges spanning it. Easily explored on foot, central Dublin presents a wealth of historic landmarks, from ancient cathedrals to gracious Georgian buildings that pay testimony to days gone by. There are several attractions on both sides of the Liffey, ranging from gaols and castles to the birthplaces of famous poets and writers and guided literary trails.
Not far from the city in County Wicklow are the Wicklow Mountains, where hills and glens, forests and waterfalls attract weekend walkers and nature-lovers. Dublin Bay, which lies between the mouth of the River Liffey and the Dalkey headland, is the site of several small coastal towns and the ferry port of Dun Laoghaire. County Kildare is a region of rich farmland and fine reputation for the breeding of thoroughbred horses, while the similar counties of Louth and Meath have evidence of early civilisations and a wealth of castles and monasteries.