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Dublin Hotel Advice & Construction

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Looking for input from residents or those who have traveled to Dublin during the LUAS transit extension construction. We would prefer to keep the nightly rate to 350 E or so. Our requirements: central, walkable location not too close to the construction; king-sized bed, AC (I know, it's rarely necessary, but we have that kind of luck); WIFI, in-room safe, hairdryer, prefer breakfast included. The Merrion looks perfect but appears to be well beyond our budget. Thanks for any first-hand experience you can provide.

Note: the LUAS construction seems to detract from a lot of visitors' enjoyment of the city; while beyond the hotels control, might we be better off postponing our visit until after it is completed in 2017? This would likely be our one and only trip to Dublin. We've crossed many nice hotels off our list because they are suffering the effects of being proximate to the construction.

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