Big Family – Big Hotel Rooms

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Not every family is a 2+2, in fact many families are more likely to be 2+3 and 2+4. So, if your family, or a group of friends wanted to stay in one room in a hotel in Dublin – is there such a thing as a family room? The answer is yes, there are a number of lovely hotels around the city that can cater for your family or group. 

Big Family – Big Hotel Rooms

The Grafton Hotel

The Grafton Hotel, has been newly renovated and transformed into an Art Deco style luxury hotel, just one minute from Grafton Street. The funky family rooms are ideal as they contain a double bed and two bunks, so fun all round for six, see here Tel: +3531 255 2700.  

Jurys Inn Christchurch

Jurys Inns led the way in providing good quality accommodation in Dublin at the right price since 1993. The location of this hotel is perfect for exploring the city, especially the oldest areas. Family rooms have two doubles and two singles, see here, Tel: +3531 4540000 .

The Harcourt Hotel

The Harcourt Hotel has been a place of entertainment for visitors to the city for many years. The outdoor garden area is very spacious. Family rooms can sleep up to five, see here, Tel. +3531 4783677. 

The Clayton Hotel Charlemont

Clayton Charlemont, the location of this hotel is gorgeous and on the Grand Canal bank just before Ranelagh. The entrance is the lovely historic building, formerly St. Ultan’s Hospital for Children. Family rooms have two doubles and two single beds, see here. Other Clayton Hotels in Dublin also have family rooms, Tel. +3531 9606700. 

The Maldron Hotel, Parnell Square

The Maldon Parnell Square at Parnell Square is lovely modern hotel and an ideal location for exploring the north side of the city. Family rooms have two double bed and a large sofa bed. The Maldron also has autism friendly rooms, see here,  +3531 871 6800.  Other hotels in the Maldron group also have large family rooms.

The Castle Hotel, Cavenish Row

The Castle Hotel on Cavendish Row is a series of Georgian houses converted into a hotel. It means that many of the rooms are very spacious with high ceilings and original features. The family rooms have one double and three single beds, see here, +3531 8746949 

Staycity Serviced Apartments

Staycity – there are seven locations around Dublin, including Francis Street, Mark Street, Augustine St. and more. These properties are all modern, stylish, self-contained serviced apartments from one – three bedrooms. They are ideal for families or groups of friends, particularly if you are staying longer than one night, see here.

Many hotels also have inter-connecting rooms which can be ideal for families and groups. You will usually need to call or contact the hotel in advance, these rooms are not always easy to book online.

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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