10 Wheelchair Accessible Hotels In Dublin, Ireland

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Located at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland. Its beauty and cultural heritage are apparent in places such as St. Stephen’s Cathedral or the lush St Stephen’s Green park. There’s no shortage of museums either, with attractions like the National Museum of Ireland or even the Guinness beer tour, both of which showcase Ireland’s rich past and present. For those travellers in wheelchairs, don’t worry because Dublin has numerous wheelchair accessible hotels, the best of which are showcased below for your convenience.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and an environment conducive to guests with mobility challenges. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on March 23, 2024.

1. Dylan (from USD 281)

Sleek, modern and wheelchair accessible, this hotel is an amazing five-star boutique experience in the heart of Dublin. The spacious rooms feature Italian marble bathrooms with handrails and lower sinks, iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and luxurious linens. All the rooms are individually designed and have grand, opulent furnishings, so make sure to experience a different room each time you visit. The Dylan Bar overlooks the Dylan restaurant, where guests can enjoy a cocktail outside or order room service to their quarters.

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Address: Eastmoreland Place
1.98 km (1.3 mi) from Dublin Castle

2. The Merrion Hotel (from USD 402)

If you’re looking for a hotel that will make you feel like royalty, then the Merrion is the place for you. The Georgian decor is marvellous and each room features a view of the city or the landscaped gardens. Rooms come equipped with satellite TV, cosy bathrobes, minibars and luxury toiletries found on the Italian marble countertops.

Head to the Tethra Spa and indulge in a beauty treatment or go to the on-site Michelin-starred restaurant, Patrick Guilbaud, which serves fine French cuisine overlooking the gardens. There is also the Cellar restaurant, which serves local Irish delicacies, or the No.23 bar for cocktails.

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The Merrion Hotel

Address: Merrion Square
1.08 km (0.7 mi) from Dublin Castle

3. The Marker Hotel (from USD 269)

Located on Grand Canal Square in the heart of Dublin, The Marker is a great place to stay at as well as hang out in. With a ground-floor cocktail bar and brasserie, you can walk right in and enjoy a cocktail or a beer, as well as free Wi-Fi. Guests also have access to the spa area, with four treatment rooms and the hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness centre.

There is also an onsite infinity pool and sauna room. Guest rooms have lift access, 40-inch TVs and iPod docking stations. The Rooftop Lounge has gorgeous views and excellent drinks that can be enjoyed outside.

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The Marker Hotel

Address: Grand Canal Square
1.91 km (1.2 mi) from Dublin Castle

4. The Shelbourne Dublin (from USD 282)

Located in the heart of Dublin, the Shelbourne is located in a historic landmark building, located in the heart of the city. Each room has pillowtop mattresses, sleek marble countertop bathrooms with luxurious robes, lighted mirrors, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The Shelbourne also has an exclusive health and treatment club, as well as a swimming pool, dance studio and even a gym.

The Salon offers manicure and pedicure treatments, as well as facials. Head to the Lord Mayor’s Lounge for tea, served daily. The hotel is, of course, wheelchair accessible with lift access to get around the premises.

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The Shelbourne Dublin, Autograph Collection

Address: 27 St. Stephen's Green
868 meters (0.6 ft) from Dublin Castle

Dublin (Region) Tour Guide

Dave Kavanagh

Dave Kavanagh

Hello, My name is Dave and I am a local and national licensed Tour guide in Dublin, I operate walking tours taking you to some of Dublin's most iconic landmarks and buildings while discussing our great heritage and culture, we are known here in Ireland for our storytelling so expect lots of great stories on this tour.

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Dublin (Region) Tour Guide

Diana M

Diana M

Hi there! I am Diana :) My passion in life (next to my loved ones) is travelling and meeting new people, showing others the beauty of the world, art in various forms. My private guided day tours are experiences that are unique and are a great way to do an interesting activity without being overwhelmed. You get to do something only few other travellers would get to do and a chance to gain a local perspective. As your guide, I want to open you the door to Ireland's untouched beauty, from scenic cliffs to fairytale like forests and would point out many details you wouldn’t uncover on your own. You might also like to do an activity which can be difficult without local knowledge, like hiking or horse riding, - I am here to help and guide you.  I’ll handle all the planning and the driving on the left hand side of the road, so all you have to do is sit back, relax, and soak in the beautiful sights and compelling stories. Ireland won’t leave you untouched and I will be delighted to be your guide and ‘local expert’ here. Hope to see you on one of my trips to the heart and soul of our beautiful country!

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Dublin (Region) Tour Guide

Anne Browne

Anne Browne

Hi - I’m Anne - a native Dubliner. I love this ancient city and am passionate about sharing the history and hidden gems. We have cathedrals, Georgian architecture, castles, distilleries, museums, libraries. Let me show you where the Vikings arrived and founded Dublin 1000 years ago. I also like to visit Wicklow and Newgrange - prehistoric sites an hour from Dublin. I always ensure visitors have a fun day out - and when you have earned it - shopping is option or a pint of Guinness. Contact me for any questions or requests.

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Dublin (Region) Tour Guide

john ducie

John Ducie

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Katherine McCartney

Katherine Mc Cartney

5. Brooks Hotel (from USD 200)

Touted as one the “100 Best Places to Stay in Ireland” the Brooks Hotel is a magnificent boutique hotel that is a five-minute walk to Grafton Street, St. Stephen’s Green and Trinity College. The hotel, as well as being wheelchair accessible with a lift and bathroom grabrails, also has an amazing fitness centre that boasts an on-site sauna.

But, if that’s not for you, there are a ton of dining options. Francesca’s serves delicious Irish and European fare and the Jasmine Bar is one of the best whiskey bars in the world. There’s also the cafe lounge, where guests can enjoy a coffee, read a book and relax by the piano.

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Brooks Hotel

Address: 59-63 Drury Street
286 meters (0.2 ft) from Dublin Castle

Face masks for guests available Tour desk Packed lunches All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized Business centre Car hire Breakfast in the room Cashless payment available

6. The Clarence (from USD 138)

Deemed “Dublin’s First Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotel”, the Clarence is located right in the heart of Dublin, is wheelchair accessible and features a lift for getting around the hotel. They offer king-sized rooms with wrought-iron beds and velvet drapes and each room is uniquely designed with handcrafted furnishings. The Octagon Bar serves delicious cocktails in an Art Deco surrounding and the hotel’s therapy area has relaxing massage treatments and aromatherapy options.

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The Clarence

Address: 6-8 Wellington Quay
282 meters (0.2 ft) from Dublin Castle

Smoke alarms Meeting/banquet facilities Concierge service Heating CCTV outside property Fax/photocopying WiFi available in all areas Daily housekeeping

7. Intercontinental Dublin (from USD 277)

With beautifully landscaped gardens, amazing decor and located close to the beach, the Intercontinental is a five-star hotel that’s wheelchair accessible via a lift and is located in one of Dublin’s most affluent neighbourhoods. Each room comes with a view of the lush green gardens or views of the city and the bathroom is equipped with a glass-walled shower and extra deep bathtub.

The relaxation area has a range of treatment options, from massage and facials to a variety of other skin care treatments. Head to the Lobby Lounge overlooking the garden and enjoy your morning coffee or afternoon tea with a pastry.

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InterContinental Dublin

Address: Simmonscourt Road
3.31 km (2.1 mi) from Dublin Castle

8. The Westbury Hotel (from USD 329)

This spacious and modern five-star hotel is wheelchair accessible, is on Dublin’s Grafton Street and has two amazing restaurants on-site. The Grafton offers contemporary dining options with views of Grafton Street and they also serve afternoon tea. Meanwhile, the opulent Marble Bar serves cocktails and drinks. Free Wi-Fi is available and the hotel is conveniently located near Temple Bar, Dublin Castle and the Gaiety Theatre. The hotel is wheelchair accessible and has a lift for those with limited mobility.

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The Westbury Hotel

Address: Grafton Street
429 meters (0.3 ft) from Dublin Castle

9. Conrad Dublin (from USD 279)

Located just opposite the National Concert Hall, the Conrad Dublin is a luxury five-star hotel that’s wheelchair accessible and features lifts, bright, spacious rooms with sleek wooden floors and Irish artwork. The on-site Coburg Restaurant serves food all day, specializing in seafood delicacies. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in Lemuel’s lounge or enjoy a craft beer on the terrace. A fitness centre and Wi-Fi is also included for guests.

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Conrad Dublin

Address: Earlsfort Terrace
1.09 km (0.7 mi) from Dublin Castle

10. The Croke Park Hotel (from USD 150)

Located opposite the Croke Park Stadium, this luxury hotel has amazing spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs, free parking, hot towels and lift access for those in a wheelchair. Every guest room also comes with elegant linens and Wi-Fi with a mini entertainment system. The Sideline Bistro, on-site, serves European cuisine, where guests can enjoy fresh food, coffee and pastries. Dublin Airport is about a 15-minute drive away.

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The Croke Park Hotel

Address: Croke Park Stadium, Jones Road
2.17 km (1.4 mi) from Dublin Castle

Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas Smoke alarms Fire extinguishers BBQ facilities Non-smoking throughout Invoice provided Heating Physical distancing rules followed

Luxury Dublin

These hotels are all amazing options for people who want to explore Dublin and also experience the best aspects of luxury accommodation. Being close to the centre of town is amazing for those that want to see and explore the city, but it’ll be hard to leave the hotel with all those great food options around and the comfort of a luxury room.

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