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Top 10 best Hotels in Dublin

This is the list of the top ten best Hotels in Dublin based on WikiFun users votes. The Hotels listed below are those that received the highest number of votes. Please help us improve the relevance of this page by voting for the best Hotels you would recommend in the area. You will contribute to bringing more fun to all the visitors of this page. To participate and vote, it's really simple : find your preferred places by using the search engine and once you find it click on "Vote" : Your selected places will receive one additional vote and you will increase the likelyhood of them being listed in this page of the Top ten Hotels in [COMMUNITY]. If you do not find the venue you would like to vote for, you can add it by clicking on 'Add a new place". Thank you for your help !
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Avoca House Bed and Breakfast Dublin 9 - Drumcondra Avoca House Bed and Breakfast  (Dublin 9 - Drumcondra, )
Avoca House Bed & Breakfast situated one mile from Dublin City Centre offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation for tourists and holidaymakers. ...
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The Merrion Hotel Dublin 2 The Merrion Hotel  (Dublin 2, )
Since it's opening, The Merrion, located in central Dublin has established itself as the epitome of relaxed grandeur, welcoming Dubliners and visitors to the city alike. ...
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