Seeped in history, Dublin can trace its origin back to 1,000 years. From the National Museum of Ireland to Trinity College, many of the city's sites are excellent stops for history buffs. But if you really want to immerse yourself in the capital's past, consider a stay in one of the city's many historic hotels. From 18th-century townhouses to striking castles, we visited several properties that expertly blend their storied pasts with modern amenities. So if you're planning a getaway and…
Afternoon Tea at the Shelbourne Hotel-The daddy of afternoon teas in Dublin, the Shelbourne has a class that’s difficult to emulate. Couple this with a drink in the Horseshoe bar to see the more affluent side of the city. | 27 Things You Must Do In Dublin Before You Die
Ireland’s 100 Best Places to Stay – and they're surprisingly affordable. McKennas' Guides has published its 100 Best Places to Stay in Ireland, with some fascinating inclusions... and exclusions. The influential guide features 12 new entries this year, ranging from Dublin’s five-star Marker Hotel to Glencarrig Farmhouse B&B on Co. Clare’s Loop Head peninsula.
Das Hotel befindet sich in Dublin, Irland. Die Architektur ist beeindruckend und sieht ziemlich cool aus. Da mal eine Nacht zu verbringen wäre toll! Castle House Island - Dublin, Ireland | Incredible Pictures
One Day in Dublin: (1) Trinity College (2) Old Library (3) City Hall (4) Temple Bar (5) Dublin Castle (6) Chester Beatty Library (7) Avoca Café (8) National Museum of Ireland-Archaeology and History (9) Grafton Street (10) St. Stephen's Green (11) Shelbourne Hotel