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Dublin has maintained a truly high standard of accommodation over the years and now more hotels than ever are offering an even broader range of experiences. If the main aim of your Dublin stay is to be a sports spectator then the Dylan Hotel or the Four Seasons will be the perfect place to set up camp. Meanwhile the Croke Park Hotel offers tickets and tours of the hallowed Croke Park Stadium. If you’re more family-oriented and want to make sure your kids are catered for then look no further than The Merrion Hotel which offers pint-sized treats and bathrobes. Meanwhile if a party-centric location and style are top of your list then be sure to check into The Morgan in Temple Bar where you will enjoy trendy surroundings and delicious cocktails to get the night started. But if a more sedate high tea is what you’re after then be sure to drop into The Westbury. Head to the Radisson Blu St. Helen’s for picturesque grounds of a 18th century mansion or the Clontarf Castle Hotel for ancient battlements overlooking the sea with an eye for environmental sustainability. Art lovers will enjoy the Four Seasons ICE Bar and its extensive art collection, while celeb spotters will prefer the historic Saddle Bar of The Shelbourne. The backdrop of Dublin Bay provides beautiful scenery that matches the excellent standard of hotels that the city has on offer.