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Aspect Hotel Dublin Park West
Aspect Hotel Dublin Park West
8.1 Excellent
Park West Business Campus, Dublin, Ireland
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4.8 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Aspect Hotel Park West provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Dublin. It also offers a 24-hour reception, meeting rooms and a concierge.

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Butlers Townhouse
Butlers Townhouse
8.0 Excellent
44 Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland
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1.4 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Butlers Townhouse offers unique accommodation in Dublin and is within a 20-minute walk of Sandymount Railway Station. Those staying at the property can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout their stay.

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Aloft Dublin City
Aloft Dublin City
8.7 Excellent
1 Mill Street, The Liberties, Dublin, Ireland
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0.8 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Strategically located in the centre of the city, this 4-star hotel makes for an ideal base in Dublin. It is located a short stroll from St Patrick's Cathedral and Vicar Street.

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Clontarf Castle Hotel
Clontarf Castle Hotel
8.8 Excellent
1 Castle Ave, Dublin, Ireland
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2.6 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Situated in Dublin, this 4-star property is trendy and modern. It also offers an express check-in and check-out feature, 24-hour room service and a free shuttle service.

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Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
8.3 Excellent
23 Upper O Connell Street, Dublin, Ireland
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0.5 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Situated in the heart of the city, Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin offers easy access to Dublin's main retail areas and tourist attractions. It is situated a short walk from Mountjoy Square, O'Connell Street and the Abbey Theatre.

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Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin
8.8 Excellent
8 Golden Ln, Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
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0.4 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Centrally located, Radisson BLU Royal Hotel Dublin allows for easy access to Dublin's main tourist and retail hot spots. It also offers a rooftop terrace, a sauna and a ballroom.

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The Marker Hotel - A Leading Hotel Of The World
The Marker Hotel - A Leading Hotel Of The World
9.1 Excellent
Grand Canal Square, Docklands,2, Dublin, Ireland
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0.9 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

The Marker Hotel boasts an infinity pool and superior 5-star accommodation in Dublin. There is also a gym with an infinity pool.

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Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
8.8 Excellent
Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin, Ireland
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6.4 mi from city centre, Dublin, Ireland 

Crowne Plaza Dublin Blanchardstown provides modern 4-star accommodation in Dublin. It features a gym, as well as a sauna, a beauty centre and an executive floor.

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Generator Dublin
Generator Dublin
7.7 Good
Smithfield Square Dublin 7, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
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0.7 mi from city centre,  

Conveniently located, Generator Dublin allows for easy access to Dublin's best hot spots. Guests can also enjoy free internet throughout the property.

£23
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Kinlay House Hostel
Kinlay House Hostel
6.9 Good
2/12 Lord Edward Street, Dublin, Ireland
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

Featuring an on-site bar, this central Dublin hostel is located just a short walk from St Patrick's Cathedral and Temple Bar. It is moments from Christ Church Cathedral, restaurants and nightlife options.

£28
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Gardiner House Hostel
Gardiner House Hostel
8.2 Excellent
76 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, Ireland
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0.9 mi from city centre,  

Gardiner House is located in the heart of Dublin, and has free Wi-Fi. It is close to Mountjoy Square, eateries and shops.

£29
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Aparto Dorset Point City Centre Campus Accommodation
Aparto Dorset Point City Centre Campus Accommodation
7.4 Good
107 Dorset Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

Strategically located in the heart of the city, this 4-star hostel makes for an ideal base in Dublin. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to discover the area's attractions.

£31
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Jacobs Inn Hostel
Jacobs Inn Hostel
8.5 Excellent
21-28 Talbot Place, Dublin, Ireland
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0.6 mi from city centre,  

Located in Dublin's city centre, this modern hostel offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi. It also provides a roof terrace with city views.

£32
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Isaacs Hostel
Isaacs Hostel
7.9 Good
2-5 Frenchmans Lane, Dublin, Ireland
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0.5 mi from city centre,  

Set in the heart of the city, Isaacs Hostel provides easy access to Dublin's main sightseeing and retail areas. It also offers a sauna, a 24-hour reception and a concierge.

£42
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Louis Fitzgerald Hotel
Louis Fitzgerald Hotel
8.0 Excellent
Newland's Cross, Exit 1A Naas Road, Dublin 22, Dublin, Ireland
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5.5 mi from city centre,  

Louis Fitzgerald Hotel is situated in Dublin and provides recently renovated rooms and free wireless internet. It also offers free public parking on site and is a 10-minute drive from Citywest.

£99
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Red Cow Moran Hotel
Red Cow Moran Hotel
8.4 Excellent
Red Cow Complex, Naas Road,0, Dublin, Ireland
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4.6 mi from city centre,  

Red Cow Moran Hotel provides modern 4-star accommodation in Dublin. Rooms are air conditioned and a wireless internet connection is included free of charge.

£102
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Hotel prices near Dublin Airport

2 stars and under
Kinlay House Hostel
No. 1 most popular

Kinlay House Hostel

2/12 Lord Edward Street, Dublin, Ireland

6.9. Good
£28

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Generator Dublin
No. 2 most popular

Generator Dublin

Smithfield Square Dublin 7, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

7.7. Good
£23

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Abbey Court Hostel
Best value

Abbey Court Hostel

29 Bachelors Walk, Dublin, Ireland

8.1. Excellent
£20

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3 stars
Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge
No. 1 most popular

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

23-25 Bachelors Walk, Dublin, Ireland

8.2. Excellent
£132

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Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport
No. 2 most popular

Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport

Northwood Park, Dublin, Ireland

8.5. Excellent
£333

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Harding Hotel
Best value

Harding Hotel

Copper Alley, Fishamble Street Christchurch Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

8.7. Excellent
£92

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4 stars +
The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection
No. 1 most popular

The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection

27 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland

8.9. Excellent
£426

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The Westbury Hotel
No. 2 most popular

The Westbury Hotel

Grafton Street, Dublin, Ireland

8.7. Excellent
£314

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Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Dublin
Best value

Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Dublin

Stillorgan Road, Dublin, Ireland

8.1. Excellent
£165

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Where to stay near Dublin Airport

About Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport is the main air transportation hub of the Republic of Ireland and is located 13 kilometres from the city centre. Over 25 million passengers pass through the doors of the airport each year, many arriving from long haul destinations. The country’s flagship air carrier Aer Lingus and low-cost airline Ryanair both have their headquarters at Dublin Airport.

There are many shops, bars and restaurants inside the terminal buildings to enjoy. Browse traditional Irish souvenirs or enjoy some tasty local cuisine in one of the many airport establishments. Travellers wishing to discover Ireland outside the airport should head to Malahide Castle, 7 kilometres away. Set in 23 acres, the castle and grounds are located on the edge of the picturesque seaside town of Malahide. The castle dates to the 12th century and is one of the oldest castles in Ireland. It has a rich history, and with beautiful Medieval architecture and exquisite grounds, it is a vision not to be missed. The ornamental gardens are beautifully landscaped and a pleasure to stroll through, alternatively, explore the visitor centre and discover more about the heritage of this area. Sports fans will enjoy a visit to Croke Park, as it’s Ireland’s premier concert venue and home to many International sporting events. Take an all access stadium tour and walk in the footsteps of legends before emerging onto the pitch from the player’s tunnel, imagining the sounds of a roaring crowd. Another wonderful way to discover the villages and towns of the Dublin coastline is via a Dublin Bay Cruise. With views of stunning landscapes, lush mountains and lighthouses, visitors can sail from Dun Laoghaire and Howth enjoying the scenery and perhaps a glass of Guinness along the way.

There are many transportation options available from Dublin Airport. The Airlink Express Bus takes visitors to Dublin City Centre. There are also public bus services accessible to the city centre, and the 24-hour Air Coach stops at key locations throughout Dublin. Car rentals are available from the terminal buildings, and visitors planning to tour Ireland will find this a great option. Taxi services are accessible both to and from Dublin at fixed rates.

Irish Airline Aer Lingus was established in 1936 and began to operate from a military aerodrome south of Dublin. It was decided in 1937 that a new airfield would be built and by the end of 1939, the surface, internal road structure and power supplies had been completed. The first inaugural flight took place in early 1940 from Dublin to Liverpool. Today, many airlines utilise the airport, the destination being a gateway to Ireland’s capital city, the east coast and historic focal point of the country.

Dublin Airport travel FAQs

Dublin Airport is the main air transportation hub of the Republic of Ireland and is located 13 kilometres from the city centre. Over 25 million passengers pass through the doors of the airport each year, many arriving from long haul destinations. The country’s flagship air carrier Aer Lingus and low-cost airline Ryanair both have their headquarters at Dublin Airport.

There are many shops, bars and restaurants inside the terminal buildings to enjoy. Browse traditional Irish souvenirs or enjoy some tasty local cuisine in one of the many airport establishments. Travellers wishing to discover Ireland outside the airport should head to Malahide Castle, 7 kilometres away. Set in 23 acres, the castle and grounds are located on the edge of the picturesque seaside town of Malahide. The castle dates to the 12th century and is one of the oldest castles in Ireland. It has a rich history, and with beautiful Medieval architecture and exquisite grounds, it is a vision not to be missed. The ornamental gardens are beautifully landscaped and a pleasure to stroll through, alternatively, explore the visitor centre and discover more about the heritage of this area. Sports fans will enjoy a visit to Croke Park, as it’s Ireland’s premier concert venue and home to many International sporting events. Take an all access stadium tour and walk in the footsteps of legends before emerging onto the pitch from the player’s tunnel, imagining the sounds of a roaring crowd. Another wonderful way to discover the villages and towns of the Dublin coastline is via a Dublin Bay Cruise. With views of stunning landscapes, lush mountains and lighthouses, visitors can sail from Dun Laoghaire and Howth enjoying the scenery and perhaps a glass of Guinness along the way.

There are many transportation options available from Dublin Airport. The Airlink Express Bus takes visitors to Dublin City Centre. There are also public bus services accessible to the city centre, and the 24-hour Air Coach stops at key locations throughout Dublin. Car rentals are available from the terminal buildings, and visitors planning to tour Ireland will find this a great option. Taxi services are accessible both to and from Dublin at fixed rates.

Irish Airline Aer Lingus was established in 1936 and began to operate from a military aerodrome south of Dublin. It was decided in 1937 that a new airfield would be built and by the end of 1939, the surface, internal road structure and power supplies had been completed. The first inaugural flight took place in early 1940 from Dublin to Liverpool. Today, many airlines utilise the airport, the destination being a gateway to Ireland’s capital city, the east coast and historic focal point of the country.

  • What are the best hotels near Dublin Airport?

    Louis Fitzgerald Hotel (8.0/10 from 2,716 reviews), Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport (8.4/10 from 12,251 reviews), and Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Dublin (8.1/10 from 2,723 reviews) are all highly-rated places to stay near Dublin Airport.