Dublin Airport (DUB)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland)
A surprisingly friendly Irish city considering its size and spreading nature, Dublin is always full of life and vibrance, and usually has more than enough accommodation to meet the nature of tourism demands. However, the summer months can be hectic and prominent seasonal festivals directly affect hotel occupancy levels.
The demand for accommodation in Dublin is also influenced when major sporting events are held at the National Stadium and the Croke Park Stadium, the latter of which is Ireland's biggest and boasts a capacity of more than 80,000 spectators in total.
As a fast growing transport hub that serves more than 17 million passengers annually, Dublin Airport (DUB) offers two premier hotels within its complex. Also nearby, the cosmopolitan centre of Dublin city contains more hotels than you could possibly choose from, all of which are close to a host of cultural attractions.
Dublin: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
The Great Southern Hotel Dublin Airport contains over 200 guest rooms and 30 conference rooms, together with fully equipped business facilities, a restaurant with a capacity to seat 150 people, and a bar. Also worth noting, the nearby Holiday Inn Dublin Airport is a Clarion hotel and is serviced by an airport shuttle, boasting almost 250 guest rooms, three restaurants, and excellent conference and banqueting facilities.
HOTELS CLOSE TO DUBLIN AIRPORT (DUB)|
|| Km |
|Great Southern Hotel||Dublin Airport,|
|Holiday Inn Airport||Dublin Airport,|
|Tulip Inn Dublin Airport||Airside Retail Park,|
Dublin, 1000, Ireland
|Crowne Plaza DUB Dublin Airport Hotel||Northwood Park, Santry Demesne, Santry,|
|Regency Airport Hotel||Swords Road,|
|Best Western Academy Hotel||Findlater Place, off O'Connell Street,|
|Hilton Dublin Airport||Northern Cross Malahide Road,|
Dublin: City Hotels and Accommodation
Most people flying into Dublin choose to stay in and around the city centre, which sits just 10 km / 6 miles south of Dublin Airport (DUB). This area contains many hotels of international quality and accommodation to suit a range of budgets.
Whilst hotels in Dublin city centre can be a little pricey and in great demand, most visitors are pleased to pay a little more for the sheer convenience of staying within walking distance of so many sights, restaurants, shops, theatres and bars. That said, if you look hard enough, particularly along O'Connell Street and around Parnell Square, you will find a number of cheap B&Bs, guest houses and chain hotels offering surprisingly affordable room rates, although facilities and breakfasts tend to be rather basic.
Many of Dublin's most swanky hotels and luxury accommodation options line the scenic River Liffey, offering appealing views of both the waterfront and the architecture of the city itself. More mid-range hotels lie nearby, in Dublin's famous Temple Bar area, known for its nightlife and in close proximity to both Grafton Street and Trinity College.