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center_img Related10 best cheap hotels and hostels in DublinDublin can be an expensive city break destination, but it’s also a city with a fantastic range of high standard, low-cost budget accommodation. Here are the best cheap hotels and hostels if you’re heading to the Irish capital for a weekend away and you don’t want to blow the bank.Dublin: budget mini-guideDublin: budget mini-guideBest hotels in Europe for every budgetJetting off on a city break in Europe or a week on the beach somewhere hot and need a hotel? We’ve pulled together the best accommodation for every budget, from backpacker hostels to five-star spa resorts, so you can find the perfect place to stay on your next European break. Mid-range and boutique hotelsTrinity City HotelThis upmarket hotel is named after Trinity College, which is just a few metres away – you can even sign up for student-led guided tours. Beyond the hotel’s Georgian brick façade there are 195 spacious, luxuriously furnished rooms, some of which have separate living areas. Several are period-themed – check out the one with the sleigh-style bed – while others are fabulously cool, with exposed brick walls and plenty of tech. Make sure you enjoy in at least one dinner in the ornate dining room, with its huge chandelier, but we also recommend swinging by the bars and restaurants on nearby Grafton Street, including McDaids, a cosy pub which dates back to 1779. For more on Dublin’s best bars a traditional pubs, here’s our guide.Where:Pearse Street, Dublin 2Rooms:From £104 per room per night Search Dublin hotelsLike this? Check out our top hotel picks for short breaks in Europe Best budget hotels and hostels in DublinGenerator DublinDublin can be a rather expensive city for those on a budget, but backpackers can save some serious pennies by staying at this fantastic hostel. It’s located in a former Irish folk dance hall in the heart of the trendy Smithfield district, and it’s ideal for travellers keen to explore their temporary home. The hostel organises complimentary walking tours for guests and there are regular performances by local musicians. Don’t leave without squeezing in a visit to Jameson Whiskey Distillery, which the hostel backs onto. If you’re a backpacker heading onto mainland Europe after your visit to Dublin, check out our guide to Europe’s best hostels.Where:Smithfield, Dublin, Ireland Rooms:From £8* per bed per night Luxury five-star hotels in DublinHerbert Park HotelThis luxurious hotel is ideal for those who want easy access to Dublin’s best bits without staying right in the city centre, which is still only a 30 minute walk away. There are 153 rooms, and guests who dine at the hotel’s Pavilion restaurant will enjoy magnificent views over nearby Herbert Park. The hotel is especially popular with sports fans, thanks to the close proximity of the Aviva Stadium. Hitting the road after your visit to Dublin? Here are five amazing road trips around Ireland to inspire you.**Where:Ballsbridge Terrace, Dublin 4Rooms:From £105 per room per nightlast_img