We’ve got lots of Dublin hotels which are gay-friendly. If you’re looking for one for your stay in Dublin then read our guide. Our gay friendly Dublin hotels are scattered all over the city centre so you’re sure to find one in the perfect location for your stay.
· O’Connell Street area
This is Dublin’s main street and it runs right through the capital from Parnell Square to O’Connell Bridge. It’s said that this street is one of the widest in Europe! Previously known as Sackville Street, it has featured in many historic Irish events and is home to attractions like the GPO, The Spire and the Daniel O’Connell Statue.
If you’d like to be centrally based for your stay in Dublin, then choose one of the following hotels which are located close to O’Connell Street; The Comfort Inn Parnell Square, The Arlington Hotel, The Abbey Hotel and The Academy Hotel which are all gay friendly hotels.
· Temple Bar area
Temple Bar is Dublin’s nightlife and cultural quarter. By day, you can walk around its cobbled streets and visit many cultural attractions, while at night, you can explore Dublin’s nightlife scene as Temple Bar is home to some of the city’s best nightclubs, bars and restaurants.
· Grafton Street/Stephen’s Green area
Grafton Street is Dublin’s pedestrianised shopping street and runs from College Green (in front of Trinity College) to St. Stephen’s Green.
· Dublin Airport area
Dublin International Airport is located approximately 12km north of Dublin city centre. Our gay friendly hotels located closeby the airport include; The Hilton Dublin Airport, The Regency Hotel & Leisure Centre, The Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport, Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport and The Dublin Skylon Hotel.
· Gay friendly Dublin hotels south of the city centre
Ballsbridge is located south of the city centre and is home to the RDS, Lansdowne Road Stadium and many embassies. If you’re looking for gay friendly hotels in this part of the city then choose The Ballsbridge Court Hotel and the Dylan Hotel.
· Gay friendly Dublin hotels north of the city centre
Hotels north of the city centre are convenient for access to attractions like Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo, Croke Park and Dublin Airport. The Travelodge Castleknock and The Castleknock Hotel & Country Club are two gay-friendly Dublin hotels in Castleknock.
Hope this helps you choose the perfect hotel for your stay in Dublin. Remember, if you’ve any questions on Dublin hotels, don’t hesitate to ask – just pop your question/comment into the box below and we’ll get back to you.