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Which of these Dublin hotels?

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I'm looking at both the Trinity Capitol, Pearse St., and the Kingfisher Guesthouse, O'Connell and Henry, for two nights, Saturday and Sunday in September. Apparently, there's some conference going on, and Dublin's pretty full.

Trinity Capital is 129E/night and Kingfisher is 84E/night, so that's a substantial difference.

Neither has breakfast, but both have restaurants on site, although we're not likely to opt to pay hotel prices for breakfast, just try to grab a quick bit somewhere else.

I think both have good locations, different sides of the river, but is one better than the other?

We're not looking to be smack dab in the middle of a loud party area. Is one area safer than the other?

Any preferences?

Thanks.

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