Airbnb reviews Ireland: Dublin hotel charging €49,000 a week to stay in Sandymount over summer

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Airbnbs in Dublin this summer aren’t cheap with one hotel charging €7,000 a night for a room.

Sandymount Hotel is offering family rooms that sleep four people for a whopping €49,000 a week.

Any small families looking to staycation in Dublin this summer would have to come up with just under fifty grand to stay in the D4 hotel.

The room, advertised on Airbnb, is described as a “spacious room features a cozy dining area, built-in wardrobe, and a cool, relaxed color palette making for a serene vibe”.

The dates selected were the 1st-8th of July.

Sandymount hotel, advertised on Airbnb

But this hotel isn’t the only Dublin Airbnb with a steep price tag.

A 2-bed Ringsend apartment is charging €1,647 a night to stay there, working out at €14,119 for the week including the cleaning fee and service charge.

The apartment fits 4 guests and has a 4.56-star rating on Airbnb. It features a small dining/living area and two double bedrooms.

There is one shower in the apartment, in the ensuite of one of the bedrooms.

The host describes it as a “cosy & relaxing two-bedroom apartment close to city centre”.

South Frederick Street townhouse, advertised on Airbnb

This South Frederick street townhouse costs just under 35 grand to stay there during the first week in July.

The Georgian style property sleeps 9 people, working out at €3,861 per person for the week.

The house is the epitome of luxury, featuring large and beautifully designed bedrooms.

Perhaps the biggest shocker of them all is this private room with a shared bathroom in Dublin 1.

One bedroom Dublin 1 apartment, advertised on Airbnb

This tiny apartment is charging over €7,000 a week for two guests, including the service charge.

The bedroom is a small double room, and the kitchen and living area are combined.

There is a sofa bed in the living room that can also be booked.