Hotels in Dublin near Dublin Airport (DUB)

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Hotels in Dublin near Dublin Airport (DUB)

Dublin Airport (DUB) Hotels

The capital of the Emerald Isle may conjure up images of cozy pubs and cobblestoned streets, but Dublin Airport (DUB) is as gleamingly modern as travel hubs come. Just 6 miles from the historic, culture-rich city, it's an eye-catching structure – especially the silvery, voluptuously curving Terminal 2. Both terminals feature an array of eateries and shops so travelers always have something to do.

Hotels in Dublin Airport (DUB)

The hotels near Dublin Airport include many upmarket chain name establishments featuring restaurants, bars, business centers, and fitness facilities among their amenities. The reliably smart guestrooms usually have flat-screen TVs, WiFi, and tea and coffee makers. Boutique hotels decorated with modern art and quirky furnishings are also available, if you prefer a place with real character.

Where to stay

While there are hotels actually on the airport premises, which are ideal if you're here on a flying visit, it's Dublin’s lively city center that will be the natural base for most visitors. The north side of the River Liffey is home to the bustling main drag O’Connell Street, lined with Neo-Classical buildings and a volley of shops. Other attractions include the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, and the lively pubs of Temple Bar.

How to get to Dublin Airport (DUB)

Dublin Airport serves a wide selection of cities in the UK, including London, Edinburgh, and Birmingham, along with major international destinations such as New York and Dubai. Once you’ve touched down getting into Dublin’s city center can be done via the Aircoach or Dublin Bus. Both depart from the airport very frequently, with the Aircoach servicing several major hotels en route. Taxis are a quicker, but more expensive alternative.

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