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The Premier Inn Dublin Airport, formerly known as Tulip Dublin Airport is located only 1.5 km from Dublin Airport and 11 km from the city centre. Close proximity to the motorway network that includes M1, N1 and M50, makes it very easy to get around the area. The hotel offers 155 air-conditioned bedrooms, including Double, Twin, Family and Wheelchair accessible rooms, wireless internet access throughout the hotel & free parking for its guests. Park and fly offer for 5 Euro a day.
All rooms are non-smoking and include the following facilities:
Bar & Restaurant:
The restaurant dishes up a contemporary menu in relaxed and stylish surroundings, with modern decor and furnishings where formality is left at the door. Each morning an ample breakfast buffet awaits you with everything from yoghurt, cereal, fruit and toast to a full Irish Breakfast. Tea and coffee is free flowing and the relaxed atmosphere encourages you to sample the whole buffet - a great start to the day! For evening meals guests can enjoy either a full three-course dinner or just a lite snack. This is a perfect place to unwind, enjoy a quiet drink or chat with friends.
Premier Inn Dublin Airport Hotel is just 1.5km from Dublin Airport and 11kms from the city centre. Parking is free for guests.
How to get there:
Exit M1 at Dublin Airport exit. At main airport roundabout turn right (3rd exit), following signs for Swords. Go straight over (2nd exit) at the Cloghran roundabout. At traffic lights turn right at Airside Industrial Estate/Retail park. Hotel is on the right.
Being close to the motorway network - including the M1, M50 and N1 means that getting around the area is very easy. The hotel is well placed for visiting local attractions such as the seaside towns of Portmarnock, Howth and Malahide, once a small fishing village and now a pretty, designated heritage town with majestic 14th century castle. There's also an abundance of superb golf courses in the area suitable for both novice and experienced golfers alike.
Please note all cash paying guests need to present valid ID's when checking in.