Dublin Hotels – Family Rooms for 5, 6, or 7
Family hotels: Dublin hotels, B&Bs, and apartment-hotels that can sleep a family of five (5), six (6), or seven (7) in one family room are listed below. The “$” symbol indicates the range in cost per night for each place. Please see the $-symbol key in the sidebar.
Click on the hotel, B&B, or apart/hotel name for more details. The detail information includes a location street map, address, phone number, website link, email address, and tips about how to book. Lastly, guests can be assured that all rooms listed have private bathrooms (ensuite) unless otherwise mentioned.
Family Friendly Hotels – Dublin with Kids
The large rooms include various configurations. There are King, Queen, Single, Twin, and extra beds, any some have a pull-out sofa bed to enable a family accommodation. Dublin is fairly expensive for travel, but the list below includes options for a variety of budgets from affordable to upscale. Most are located in Dublin’s city centre, or very nearby.
Origins of Dublin
Per Wikipedia, the name “Dublin” comes from the Gaelic words roughly meaning dark pool in reference to a body of water there. Dublin, Ireland has a long and varied history with settlements originating from native Gaelic people to Vikings to early Christians–not particularly in that order.
Related Sleeps5 Resources and Travel Links for Dublin, Ireland:
Dublin Visitor Centre – Family Things to Do
Family Hotels in Edinburgh – Sleeps5 page, Family of 5 or 6
See the Sleeps5 family hotels lists for other cities such as Llandudno, Wales and London.
If you find other Dublin hotels for family of 5, 6 or more, let us know! Please email us or comment below with additional family rooms, Dublin family suites, or other large guesthouse rooms.
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Accommodations: This award winning bed and breakfast is located about a 30 minute walk from the Dublin city centre, or 10-minute ride by train. The Victorian styled Ariel House has a Family Room that can sleep 5 with two double beds and a pull out sofa. It also has a TV and coffee or tea…
Camden Court Hotel
In Dublin’s city center, this hotel has large family rooms for a family of 5 or 6, limited to 2 adults and up to 4 children under age 12. The rooms have a double bed and single-size sofa beds. Extra beds or crib (baby cot) may be provided by request. Each room has a TV…
Accommodations: The Portobello Hotel has rooms that sleep five (5) and even six (6) people. First, the Quintuple Room has three Single beds and one Double-size pull out sofa bed. Second, the Two Bedroom Suite has a Double bed in one room and two Double beds in the second bedroom. In addition, the rooms come with a TV and coffee and tea makers.…
Stay City Apartments – Saint Augustine Street
Accommodations: Less than 2km to Dublin Castle, this aparthotel has two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments to sleep 5, 6, or 7. Guests can select Double beds or Single beds, and a Sofa bed is available. The apartments have kitchenettes with microwave and dishwasher. Having a kitchenette for some meals may provide additional cost savings over restaurant…
Accommodations: In Dublin city centre, along the River Liffey, the Spencer hotel has Deluxe Quadruple Family Rooms that accommodate and cater to a family of five (5). It is comprised of two-bedrooms, with a Double bed in one bedroom, and two Single beds in an interconnecting room. A rollaway extra bed can be added to…
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