Ireland Hotels

Nicknamed "The Emerald Isle," Ireland's greenery and lush landscape is unparalleled. Explore the country from hotels located near the best seaside retreats and countryside hideaways.

Ireland Hotels

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Gleeson Street, Co. Westmeath Athlone, Ireland
At the heart of it, Sheraton Athlone is located in Athlone town centre in the middle of Ireland.
27 St. Stephen's Green Dublin, Ireland
A full-service, five-star historic hotel located in the heart of Dublin's city centre.
1-5 Sackville Place Dublin, Ireland DO1 TY75
Go chic, go Moxy!
1 Mill Street, The Liberties Dublin, Ireland D08 XK58
Contemporary hotel with urban-inspired hotel rooms, 4-star amenities and an historic Dublin location
at College Green, Westmoreland Street Dublin, Ireland D02 HR67
Luxury hotel in Dublin city centre featuring Five star accommodation and lavish event spaces
Powerscourt Estate Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland A98 DR12
5-star resort with luxury rooms, two golf courses, a spa and an idilic location near Dublin.

Ireland


As soon as you arrive at your Ireland hotel, you’ll know exactly what inspired the many famous writers who loved and wrote about their time spent in this scenic and storied country.

Given all the well-preserved sites nearby that date from the Neolithic era to medieval times in Ireland, our hotel guests have an incredible choice of historic monuments to explore. From ancient burial passage tombs to Bunratty, Blarney and other intriguing castles, each place provides a unique glimpse into Ireland’s legendary history.

Thanks to the country’s manageable 36,000 square miles (comparable to the size of the state of Indiana in the USA), visitors are just hours away from this Ireland’s beautiful countryside and beach getaways, such as Brittas Bay and Rossnowlagh. Experience the great outdoors of Ireland in top attractions like Killarney National Park and the Cliffs of Moher. After a day spent exploring, there’s no better way to relax in a quintessential Irish way than with a pint of Guinness. For those who prefer not to drive, the country’s extremely user-friendly network of trains and buses makes day-tripping to and from your Ireland hotels easy and stress free.

No matter how many remarkable sites you get to experience, what you’ll remember most from your stay in Ireland are the Irish people. Their hospitality and generosity—combined with the high standards of all our accommodation in Ireland—will make your stay a truly memorable one.