Hotels in St. Patrick's Cathedral - Best hotel rooms with real hotel guest reviews in St. Patrick's Cathedral

 
 
Recently booked in Dublin
  • Fleet Street Hotel
  • Travelodge Dublin Airport South
  • Lynam's Hotel
  • Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House
  • Beresford Hotel
  • Brooks Hotel
  • the gibson hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
  • The Regency Hotel, Dublin City
  • Isaacs Hostel
  • Best Western Plus Academy Plaza Hotel
  • Harrington Hall
  • Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport
  • Pembroke Townhouse
  • Castle Hotel
  • Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport
  • Cassidys Hotel
  • Sandymount Hotel
  • Townhouse Dublin
  • Anchor House Dublin
  • Ashling Hotel Dublin
  • The Arlington Hotel, Temple Bar
  • Ballsbridge Hotel
  • Stillorgan Park Hotel
  • Crowne Plaza Dublin Northwood
  • Dublin Citi Hotel
  • The Croke Park Hotel
  • Travelodge Dublin Phoenix Park Hotel
  • Travelodge Dublin City Rathmines
  • Bewleys Hotel Leopardstown
  • Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge
Show all 410 accommodations near St. Patrick's Cathedral
Our favorite hotels near St. Patrick's Cathedral
 
[Find hotels on the map] Show hotels on the map

At trip to Ireland wouldn't be complete without a visit to the historical St. Patrick's Cathedral. Discount hotels near St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin can provide directions to this historic church, which is open to welcome visitors as a historical location, as well as an active church for worship services. Just outside the doors of St. Patrick's Cathedral is the well where St. Patrick himself baptized individuals on his way through Dublin. The original church was first built in 1191, although the current St. Patrick's Cathedral dates back to 1220. The amazing construction of the Cathedral, combined with the artwork and beautiful stained glass windows make this a must see attraction for the whole family.

An Anglican church, St. Patrick's Cathedral is the largest church in the country and is also the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland. It is also home to one of the largest pipe organs, first built in 1695 and then most recently restored in 1963. In addition to the 4000 pipe organ, the Cathedral is also home to historic Celtic artwork, sculptures and medieval and Victorian architechure.

Frequently visited destinations in Ireland
More destinations within Ireland
Top destinations around the world
Show me more destinations...
Easytobook.com has an average review score of 4.7 out of 5 based on 4.518 reviews.

Please provide this reference number to our customer service center representative on request, so we can help you better