Ideally Located Hotel at Dublin Airport – 4 Star

  • Destination: Dublin

This hotel is centrally located close to the airport and within easy reach of the top attractions Dublin has to offer. The hotel is frequented by both business travellers and holiday makers looking for a comfortable hotel within easy reach of the city centre.
The hotel offers a host of facilities and services including an onsite restaurant and a traditional Irish pub. You’ll also find airport transfers and city tours available. There is a concierge service, express check out facility, night porter, twenty four hour reception desk and Wi-Fi access.
The en-suite rooms all come with complimentary toiletries, double glazed windows, internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and a telephone. Room service is available from the hotel restaurant on request.
The business centre is available to all business travellers and offers board rooms, internet access, meeting rooms, conference facilities, courier services, fax and photocopying services.

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Blackboard Bistro is a French restaurant offering delicious dishes just across from the National Gallery. Boasting a traditional Parisian interior combined with attention to detail and superior service, this restaurant is a must for anyone visiting the area.


Fitzsimon’s Bar is a stylish yet traditional bar spanning over two floors and offering a mix of cold beers, wines, spirits and cocktails.

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For Families

Junior Chef Cookery School is a fun way for the children to spend their day in a safe, tasty and educational way. The classes are designed for children aged three to eighteen where they can learn to make different dishes and then share what they have cooked with their parents. Mondays is four to eight year old and thirteen to sixteen year olds with Tuesdays being nine to twelve year olds. Phone to confirm before arrival to avoid disappointment.

For Romance

A picnic in the park is one of the most romantic ways to spend a sunny afternoon in Dublin. St Stephens Green is brimming with couples in love wandering through the open spaces or sitting together enjoying a delightful picnic in a peaceful and tranquil setting in the heart of the busy city centre.

For Culture

St Audeon’s Church is a medieval parish dating back to the seventieth century. With a number of exhibitions, memorials, tombs and spectacular architecture, this is a popular tourist destination for those looking to soak up some of Dublin’s heritage.

For Shopping

Blackrock Market is a bustling market filled with antiques, new and second hand items. Have some fun making your way through the stalls and finding those hidden treasures to take home with you.