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GAY TRAVEL IN DUBLIN

THINGS TO DO IN DUBLIN

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and located at the Dublin Bay. The city is separated by the river Liffey, in a northern and a southern part. Dublin has many attractions such as a medieval city center, beautiful historic buildings, many parks and several excellent museums. Dublin is a city with an open atmosphere, everyone is welcome everywhere. There is a small gay scene in the entertainment district of Dublin. The entertainment area is located in Temple Bar, in the middle of the historic part of the city.

HOTELS FOR GAYS IN DUBLIN

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The Merchant House

The Merchant House is situated in one of Dublin's historic districts close to the Millenium Bridge and the River Liffey. The hotel offers spacious rooms with good facilities and has a friendly and helpful staff. There are many sights such as the Rock

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The Westbury Hotel

The Westbury Hotel is a luxurious hotel in the city center of Dublin. From the hotel it is only a short walk to several shopping streets and to St. Stephen's Green park. You can choose between a wide variety of rooms from a standard double room to the Presidential Suite. Other facilities of the hotel are two restaurants, of which The Gallery offers a beautiful view of Dublin, a cocktail bar and fi
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel

The Fitzwilliam Hotel is located at the border of St. Stephan's Green Park. This luxurious hotel has spacious, fully equipped rooms, great facilities including a gym, a salon with pedicure and manicure treatments and massages, a good restaurant and a bar. From and to Dublin airport you can make use of the airport shuttle service. The Fitzwilliam Hotel is an excellent starting point for shopping, v
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The Clarence

Hotel The Clarence is situated at an excellent location in Dublin, close to the Gratton Bridge. Interesting fact: some members of the band U2 are the owners of the hotel. The Clarence has excellent facilities, spacious and attractive rooms and friendly and helpful staff. One of the facilities worth mentioning is the so-called therapy zone, here you can pamper yourself with massages and aroma treat
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Temple Bar Hotel

The Temple Bar Hotel is located in between the river Liffey and the Irish Parliament. The Temple Bar Hotel is an excellent choice for your stay in Dublin due to its great location. Two of Dublin's main shopping streets and attractions such as the Halfpenny Bridge, Trinity College and the Dublin Cathedral are within walking distance of the hotel. This hotel is especially appreciated for its friendl
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Ashling Hotel Dublin

The Ashling Hotel is close to the Phoenix Park, this park also houses the Dublin Zoo. Although that this hotel is not situated in the city center of Dublin, it is still easy to visit the sights downtown Dublin. From the hotel it is about ten minutes by tram to the city center of Dublin. The Ashling hotel offers spacious, well designed rooms, every morning a delicious breakfast and a charming brass
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Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch

Hotel Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch is located near the Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin. From most of the rooms you will have a beautiful view of the cathedral. The hotel offers spacious rooms, a restaurant where you can enjoy international meals and a bar for lunch or for just having a drink. Points of interest near Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch include Dublin Castle, Dublin City Hall and the Ol
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Stauntons on the Green Hotel

The Stauntons on the Green Hotel overlooks St. Stephan's Green park. On the other side of the hotel are the beautiful Victorian Iveagh Gardens. The hotel has nicely decorated rooms and offers good value for money. The staff is friendly and helpful and in the morning you can treat yourself with a delicious traditional Irish breakfast. The famous shopping streets of Dublin are all within walking dis
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Academy Plaza Hotel

The Academy Plaza Hotel offers up-to-date facilities, attractive rooms, a beauty salon and a gym. In the morning you can enjoy a tasty Irish breakfast at Oscars Restaurant and in the evening traditional Irish meals are served in the other restaurant of the hotel, Plaza Bar & Grill. The friendly staff is available at the reception 24/7. Several museums, theaters, cathedrals and shopping areas a
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Blooms Hotel

Blooms Hotel is situated in Dublin's most popular district, the district of Temple Bar. From the hotel it is a short walk to the Dublin Castle, Grafton Street and shopping centers Powerscourt and Jervis Shopping Center. The rooms in this hotel are spacious and meet all modern needs. Temple bar is packed with bars, pubs and restaurants, you don't have to worry to get bored. To the Dublin gay scene,

FAQ's ABOUT GAY FRIENDLY HOTELS IN DUBLIN

  • Why travel to Dublin?
  • Dublin city is the capital of Ireland and is considered one of the leading gay places in the world. In fact, this city is said to be one of the stunning and liveliest cities, with several dedicated gay areas in the heart of the city. If you are one of the travellers who wanted to be relaxed and enjoy a moment, why don’t you visit Dublin in Ireland? This place is filled with different tourist destinations. Once you’re there, you can also experience lots of activities and events, especially during festivals and holidays. Aside from that, there are lots of nightclubs, saunas, restaurants, bars, and interesting places where you can hang out with your friends. Moreover, the city offers gay-friendly hotels where you can stay for your vacation. So, you don’t need to worry about your vacation in this city since you will surely enjoy every single moment while staying here. If you think that Dublin is a perfect avenue for your relaxation and vacation, then it would be better to explore the city first so that you already have an idea of what to do and where to go once you’re already there. This article will give you some insights pertaining to the events or activities, places, the best hotels, and anything about the whole place.
  • What are the Most Important Holidays and Closing Days in Dublin?
  • The first thing you should do when planning to visit a specific destination is to know the country's public holidays and closing days. In Dublin, the public holidays include: 1) New Year’s Day (1st day of January), 2) St. Patrick’s Day (17th day of March), 3) Good Friday (its date varies), 4) Easter Monday (1st Monday after the Easter), 5) May Bank Holiday (1st Monday on May), 6) June Bank Holiday (1st Monday on June), 7) August Bank Holiday (1st Monday on August), 8) Halloween (October’s last Monday), 9) Christmas Day (25th day of December), and 10) St. Stephen’s Day (26th day of December). With this knowledge of important holidays, you’ll be guided as to when to visit Dublin for your vacation perfectly.
  • What is the Best Time to Travel to Dublin?
  • The perfect time to travel to Dublin is during the spring weather — months of May or April. Sometimes, most travellers opt to visit the city in the month of October before the cold temperature goes back. It is also better to visit the city during holidays like Christmas Day or St. Patrick’s Day so that travellers can experience the festive season of the place.
  • What is the General Opening and Closing Hours of Shops/Museums?
  • The typical business hours in Dublin are perfect for tourists and guests because they have the chance to do the shopping and explore the shops and other places until 6 pm or 8 pm. The majority of the shops in the city are open from Mondays-Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. However, some department stores and shopping centres are open from 8 pm-9 pm. Almost all stores in Dublin are only open half-day until 6 pm. On the other hand, museums in the city are typically open from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. (Tuesday-Sunday). Most of the museums are close on Mondays.
  • How Far is the Nearest Airport from Dublin?
  • Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW) is the nearest airport to the centre of Dublin city, which is approximately 23 km away from the city. So, if you’d like to visit Dublin, you may directly book a flight to Dublin Airport. From the airport, the whole city is accessible using public transportation.
  • How Do I Get from the Airport to my Hotel?
  • There are three main options that you choose to get from the airport to the hotel in the city centre. These are via Airlink, Aircoach, and by taxi. Airlink is a type of express service which is operated by the Dublin Bus. At the same time, the Aircoach is a privately operated service that takes passengers from the airport to the city or some other places in South Dublin. You may also choose to ride in a taxi to reach your hotel accommodation in the city. Taxis can be found at the outside portion of Terminal 1 upon reaching the exit of the arrival area.
  • How Do I Get from the Central Train Station to My Hotel?
  • If your hotel accommodation is at the centre of Dublin and you’d like to get there from the Central Train Station, you may read using the train public transport. This is the easiest way to go to the hotels where you booked accommodation. You may also install a map to guide you on where to go next to easily locate the gay hotels in Dublin closest to your location.
  • Is it Easy to Find a Parking Spot in Dublin?
  • Finding a parking spot in Dublin City is just so easy. You may use an installed mobile app to locate the best spot for your car parking. If you drive a car in Dublin, the first thing that you need to bear in mind is to be aware of the rules and regulations about parking. It is because these rules help to reduce congestion or road obstructions.
  • Is It Easy to Use Public Transport in Dublin?
  • The public transport of Dublin is quite inefficient and expensive compared to some other capital cities in Europe. It would be better to rely on the website on public transport since it helps the users easily access the information about train, bus, or tram services. With the aid of the map and some mobile app, you can easily use public transport in the city.
  • Is It Easy to Get a Taxi in Dublin?
  • Getting a taxi in Dublin is not that difficult. In fact, you can make use of your internet and your mobile phone to book a taxi online. So, a taxi driver can pick you up from your location.
  • What are the Main Attractions of Dublin?
  • There are several places and tourist attractions in Dublin, Ireland. Some main attractions you can visit are Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse, Ha’penny Bridge, Croke Park, Kilmainham Gaol, and many more!
  • Which Hotels are Near Dublin Castle and Other Main Attractions?
  • If you wish to visit some of these main attractions in Dublin, then it is better to find the closest gay-friendly hotels in Dublin from these places. To give you a good choice, then you may opt to book your accommodation to Buswells Hotels, Harding Hotel, Brooks Hotel, and Drury Court Hotel.
  • Which Museums Can I Visit in Dublin?
  • Dublin is a city that has several museums. Some of these museums you can visit once you’re in the city are the Chester Beatty, GPO Museum, Richmond Barracks, Dublinia, National Museum of Ireland, etc.
  • In Which Area You Can Find Most Bars & Restaurants?
  • Surprisingly, Dublin is full of bars & restaurants at the heart of the city. So, once you visit the place, you can see bars, restaurants, clubs, and other hubs where you can hang out with your gay friends.
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