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Hotel room with adjoining suite

Hotel room with adjoining suite

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Hello!  Will be in Dublin first week of April and looking for a hotel that has a bedroom and a separate suite for our teenager, similar to Embassy Suites here in the US.  Suggestions??  Thank you!
Posted Tue 18 Feb 2020 6:31 PM
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Hi Jennifer, 

It's so exciting that you'll be in Dublin for the first week of April with your family! A bedroom with a separate suite seems like a great idea, and I'd love to provide you with some suggestions. 

- The Hilton Hotel in Dublin has family rooms with an interconnecting room available. 
- In the middle of Temple Bar, the Jurys Inn Christchurch is a great place to explore the city. They have adjacent family rooms and suites.
- The Maldron Hotel on Pearse Street has the option to add interconnecting rooms to your own room. 

These are just a few suggestions, but you'll find that most hotels will offer you the option for connecting/adjoining rooms. If you reach out to the hotel of your choice, they would love to tell you more about availability and options. Take a look here for an overview of hotels in Dublin. 

I hope this was helpful, and that our other members will be able to provide you with more tips and suggestions! :)

Posted Wed 19 Feb 2020 11:25 AM
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Thanks for sending these links, Melin!  I'll check them out!
Posted Thu 20 Feb 2020 12:56 AM
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Hi Jennifer, 

Great! :) I hope you find the perfect place to stay, and let me know if you ever need any more suggestions. 

What do you have planned for your time in Dublin so far? I'd love to provide you with suggestions on what to see and do in the city as well. Take a look here for a few ideas

Keep us posted on your plans! 
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