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Dublin hotel question

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After travelling by car around Ireland, we will need to drop our rental car back at Dublin airport. We will have 2 nights in Dublin, however will have a very early morning flight out at 6.45am should we:

- Drop car off at Airport and stay at an Airport hotel the 2 nights and just commute into Dublin for sightseeing each day OR
- Drop car off at Airport, travel into City centre and stay 2 nights in a city hotel and catch an early morning taxi to airport (how long will this trip take?) OR
- Drop car off at Airport, stay 1 night in a city hotel and then 1 night at an airport hotel (must admit least attractive idea).

Any suggestion? or experiences?

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