If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Dublin, you’ve come to the right place. We compare hotel prices across the globe to help you find the best-value break. If you don’t have a specific date in mind, try searching by month. You’ll find that hotel prices are usually cheapest in November, so keep your eyes peeled for low rates. At the other end of the spectrum, August is the most expensive time to visit Dublin, but last-minute deals sometimes crop up at this time of year.
Hotel prices in Dublin vary depending on the type of hotel you’re after. Currently, the cheapest hotel is Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley, where 3 nights in October will cost you just £58pppn.
Hotels in Dublin tend to book up fairly quickly. To increase your chances of getting a good price, it’s best to book 26 weeks in advance.
Most people stay in Dublin for 2 days on average. You can stay for less time, of course – just make sure you have enough time to tick off the big attractions. It’ll be very crowded during high season, August, while November is when Dublin is at its quietest.