A good mid-range option located in the middle of town is the Georgian-built Grafton Capital Hotel (Stephen Street).
Meanwhile, cheap-as-chips Isaacs Hostel (Frenchmans Lane) occupies atmospheric old wine cellars near the bus station.
Even prior to launch there were more than 100,000 people onsigned up to the waiting list.
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January Temple Bar echoes to the sounds of traditional Irish tunes in this fun, five-day musical shindig.
Trendy Temple Bar has some unique little shops, such as contemporary crafts seller Whichcraft (Cow's Lane).
It also hosts the Designer Mart (Cow's Lane) every Saturday, which is a great place for the latest fashions.
A fun, fashionable shopping scene awaits in Dublin, where curio shops mingle with flash department stores, designer boutiques and Victorian arcades.
The city’s retail heartland runs from O’Connell Street to Grafton Street, home to the famous Brown Thomas department store (88-95 Grafton Street) and Powerscourt Town House shopping centre (59 South William Street).
Just like its people, Dublin’s hotels burst with personality.