Apartments in Dublin

Selection of Holiday rentals in Dublin

Dublin Accommodation

Are you after the perfect apartment in Dublin for your trip to Ireland? With Hundredrooms, you can find the best serviced apartment in the Irish capital at the best price. There are plenty of different Airbnbs and Dublin holiday apartments for you to choose from near Temple Bar, University College Dublin or Phoenix Park, and you are sure to find the best in the district where you’d love to stay. Dublin is one of the most charming cities in Europe, with small streets of much history and tradition and intense greenery everywhere you look. As the years go by, more and more visitors choose to rent an apartment for self catering in Dublin, as it is a cheaper option than booking a hotel. It is the ultimate student city thanks to the famous presence of Trinity College and its prestigious library. If you’re travelling with your partner, the best option for accommodation has got to be one of the one-bedroom apartments for rent in the city centre, or perhaps a studio to rent for which you can usually manage to cinch a reasonable price. If you’re looking to book in the ‘Fair City’, you can pick a wonderful cottage in Dublin or a luxury apartment and live like a local Dubliner. There are plenty of apartments for families near parks such as St. Stephen’s Green, or close to shopping amenities such as Grafton Street or O’Connell Street. You may pick up a few Gaelic phrases or two - the most important being ‘sláinte’, which is essential for saying ‘cheers’ with a pint of Guinness in hand. This city of Celtic origin has so much to offer, so book your Dublin holiday at the best possible price with us.

One bedroom apartments for rent in Dublin

There are a whole range of apartments in Dublin city centre that are suitable for your stay. You can compare all of the rooms, studios and flats to rent of the city’s Airbnb selection to ensure that you book the best option for your trip. You will have plenty of shops at your disposal, and you’ll be only a small walking distance from the main points of interest due to its compact size. Dublin is very walkable city, and you must visit the St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, the National Museum of Ireland, the Parliament or the Abbey Theatre. A large proportion of the historical monuments and places of interests are dotted on both sides of the River Liffey which includes cathedrals, ancient prisons, historic parks and stately homes. Dublin is the birthplace to many notable people, including writers, poets and musicians that are recognised worldwide. If you’re travelling for the nightlife, you will enjoy the bars and lively live music scene that is particularly special on New Years Eve or St Patrick’s Day. Among the most iconic includes the Temple Bar, which is situated in the homonymous district. A city that is brimming with life, Dublin is full of character, culture and is a place full of friendly locals. The best way to explore the endless shops, restaurants and bars is by foot, and you will love the openness of the numerous traditional pubs in the city. Enjoy a pint while listening to live Irish folk music for an unforgettable experience.

Holiday rentals in Dublin