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Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

Huge hotel near DUB

At times it seemed that the Clayton is a parking facility with a hotel attached. The receptionist at check in seemed bored and borderline rude. Neither at check in nor at check out were we informed that we would have to pay a 9 euro parking fee in order to leave the lot -- even though I asked both times about validating the ticket. When departing, we found out that we couldn't leave the lot without me going back to reception to pay the fee. That being said, the rooms are spacious and comfortable. The location is conveniently near the airport. It seems though, that the hotel caters to the many tour bus groups staying there. It is not an easy place for an independent traveler.

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3 weeks ago


Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links

Great location; very serene

Room was lovely. Close to the beach and right on the golf course. Hard bed; large rainshower and separate bath. Easy drive to Dublin Airport. Would stay again.

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1 month ago


Clayton Hotel Burlington Road

Excellent hotel

The hotel room was very spacious, clean and comfortable. The Air coach from the airport stops right outside the hotel making it very convenient. The hotel staff were very friendly & helpful. Walking distance to bars & restaurants. In all had a wonderful stay & highly recommend this hotel.

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3 months ago


Camden Court Hotel

Nice Hotel

Only down side in comfort was no air conditioning in the room during the summer heat wave.

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2 months ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Dublin

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Dublin, the birthplace of Gothic horror novelist Bram Stoker and the economical capital of Ireland, is filled with fascinating historical and cultural venues, like 11th century Christ Church Cathedral and the National Gallery. There are numerous performing arts theaters, and pub-crawlers will delight in the selection of breweries. Lodgings are available at all budget ranges, so when it comes to hotels, Dublin will accommodate anyone from the thrifty backpacker to the tourist with deep pockets.

Dublin Quick Picks and Tips

The state-of-the-art Dublin Convention Center offers business travelers as many as 18,000 rooms in nearby Dublin hotels. Enjoy easy access to the beautiful 3,000-seat forum theater and numerous meeting rooms and halls for professional gatherings, banquets, and trade shows.


Lovers of authentic Indian and Asian cuisine will be in smorgasbord heaven at hotels in Dublin near Parnell Street near Gardiner and O'Connell Streets.

Major Point of Interest

Sightseers staying in central Dublin accommodations usually head straight for the city's medieval core to Dublin Castle, a former home of the Irish monarchy which is now a museum and convention space where one can admire the Gothic Chapel Royal and browse intriguing exhibits in Chester Beatty Library.


Avid shoppers should establish digs near Grafton Street, a celebrated Dublin shopping avenue boasting luxury department stores like Brown Thomas and the best fashion boutiques and jewelry shops in town.


True to Irish nature, Dubliners love their sports, and guests at hotels in Dublin may enjoy rousing rugby matches by the Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.