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Dublin Airport Hotels and Apartments

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Dublin Airport Hotels and Apartments

There are multiple hotels located near Dublin Airport where you can stay, if you have a connecting flight to catch or if you have reached late night. Hilton, Radisson Blu, Carlton and Maldron Hotel are the best and most luxurious Dublin airport hotels. Whether you are on a business trip or leisure, these hotels in Dublin airport area offer all the facilities and services for a comfortable stay..

Dublin Airport Overview

Dublin Airport is the international airport serving Ireland’s capital city Dublin. The airport is located around 10 km north of the city center, in Collinstown. The town of Swords lies on its north and Shanty and Ballymun on the south, all within 15 minutes’ drive from the airport. The Dublin Airport offers various facilities and extensive shopping and dining outlets at a major international junction. The famous attraction Malahide Castle and Gardens with antique furnishing and portraits is located only 10 minutes away by car.

Where to Stay on your Dublin Airport Holiday

If you are looking for cheap Dublin Airport hotels, you can find one in airport road and in Swords and Santry located just few minutes away. These places are thriving with many budget hotels by chains like Travelodge, Premier Inn, Holiday Inn, and other hotels like Metro, Almanii B&B and Clayton. These Dublin Airport hotels offer contemporary rooms with free Wi-Fi, restaurant and bar and many more facilities. Though not many, but you can find some apartment rentals as well near Dublin Airport, 15 minutes away in Ballymun.

Nightlife in Dublin Airport

You can find some bars and pubs located at terminal 1 and 2 of the Dublin airport. Some of the best bars are Gate Clock, Brasserie, the Angel’s Share, Executive lounge, Kealy’s pub, etc. If you are looking for traditional Irish pub, then there is the Slaney. There are many top class lounges as well at the Dublin airport. Most of these bars and pubs are open till midnight. You can also find bars on the Airport road and Church road. Swords, located just 12 minutes’ drive away has many more pubs and bars open till late and also has a 3-floored nightclub, the Wright Venue with state of the art sound and light systems. Dublin Airport hotels like the Metro, Carnegie court, also offer a bar onsite.

Food options in Dublin Airport

The Dublin Airport has various restaurants onsite that serve not only British but many other international cuisines like Italian, Vietnamese, Indian, Asian and much more. You can find everything here from upscale restaurants, bistros and fast food joints. If you have little time in hand you can dine at the Coachman’s Inn on the airport road that serves grilled cuisine and bar menu. There are few other restaurnats located in nearby Swords. You can also dine at the onsite restaurants if you are staying at one of the hotels in Dublin Airport.

Shopping in Dublin Airport

The Loop located at terminal 1 and 2 of the Dublin airport offers far more than airport shopping. It is lined with a large collection of local and international beauty brands and many more retail stores for clothing, footwear, accessories, jewelry, sunglasses, electronics, travel luggage and help and much more. There are few shops like Irish memories and the Collection, good for buying gifts and souvenirs. The Pavilions Shopping Centre Swords, located 4 km away is one of the largest shopping centres in the area and offers everything under one roof.

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  • Currency: Euro.
  • Language: Irish, English.

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10/10 Amazing

17 September 2012

on route to holidays

Efficient, not delayed at all.

The best thing about my stay was ...

near home

8/10 Great

24 September 2012

DUBLIN IS DUBLIN, LIKE IT OR NOT

GIVEN THAT WE FROM THE NORTH WEST I.E. SLIGO DON'T REALLY HAVE AN ALTERNATIVE DUBLIN AIRPORT IS GOOD. I'M GLAD I DON'T DRINK AS THE PRICES ARE OFF THE WALL IN THE BARS, THE BURGER BARS ARE QUITE GOOD IF YOU LIKE THAT SORT OF FOOD AND THE PRICES ARE REASONABLE. I LIKE AIRPORTS, GENERALLY SPEAKING, DUBLIN IS NO BETTER OR WORSE THAN OTHERS

The best thing about my stay was ...

LEAVING ON A PLANE FOR HOLIDAYS

8/10 Great

19 June 2013

Near Airport

Plenty to do here, shops, restaurants

The best thing about my stay was ...

Not too busy

8/10 Great

13 June 2011

great in dub

great airport - its my local :))

The best thing about my stay was ...

not far into city

6/10 Good

30 May 2013

Busy airport.

Unfortunately we had a five hour delay at Dublin Airport. The authorities were slow to give out vouchers and when we got the final ones we all had eaten at our own expense and found very little to buy at the airport.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Well organised

6/10 Good

28 May 2012

It's another city!!

Good and bad. As in any city look out for yourself!