Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport
Per Person Per Night
- Free Airport shuttle service
- Parkland views from public areas
- Complimentary tea and coffee in rooms
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Ideal for a pre or post-flight stay near Dublin International Airport, the Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport hotel provides the comfort and value you’d expect from this well-known brand. Just 3.5km from the airport and with a free shuttle service on offer to all guests, you can begin your short break as soon as you step through the doors. The delightful parkland view offers a breakfast to remember
Each of the guest rooms at the Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport hotel are stylish and contemporary in design, with en-suite bathrooms and all of the usual amenities. As always, complimentary tea and coffee is available.
After a busy day of sightseeing or travelling, unwind with a drink in Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport’s sociable Express bar. A range of drinks is available, and friendly staff are happy to recommend local dining options if you fancy eating out.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Name: CONNOLLY
- Distance: 10 kilometres
- Name: DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL
- Distance: 2 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Connolly Distance: 10 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Dublin International Distance: 2 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Dublin Airport, view our hotels in Dublin Airport page.
SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 3.5 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 3.5 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 3.5 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1381 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Overnight at Dublin Aiport
Stay Date: 14/04/2009, a customer from Lanarkshire who stayed in this hotel rated this hotel.
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Brannigans: 4 out of 5
Stay Date: 05/2018, TravelBuff97 wrote this review.
This hotel is convenient to the airport with garage parking, albeit paid. Rooms are average size, beds are comfortable (even though it didn't look like it when we walked in), and bathrooms clean and spacious. The shuttle van makes a run every 20… See more
This hotel is convenient to the airport with garage parking, albeit paid. Rooms are average size, beds are comfortable (even though it didn't look like it when we walked in), and bathrooms clean and spacious. The shuttle van makes a run every 20 minutes to the airport, located just a few minutes away from the hotel. No reservations necessary, but the bus has to be boarded from the sister hotel just a minutes walk away. Complimentary tea and coffee and an iron and ironing board. Recommended. Collapse
Convenient to the airport
Stay Date: 05/2018, David K wrote this review.
My wife and I spend 10 days in Ireland in early May. We stayed our last night at the Holiday Inn Express by the airport. The rooms are very small with quite small bathrooms. The double bed was basically 2 singles pushed together -- sort of small. The… See more
My wife and I spend 10 days in Ireland in early May. We stayed our last night at the Holiday Inn Express by the airport. The rooms are very small with quite small bathrooms. The double bed was basically 2 singles pushed together -- sort of small. The room was a bit noisy at night when guests came through the hallways. You could also hear people talking in rooms a few doors down from ours. It is next door to the more expensive Crowne Plaza. Breakfast was a step up from the breakfast served at U.S. Holiday Inn Expresses. You have to pay for parking in their parking garage (the first 2 hours are free). They offer a shuttle bus to and from the airport every 20 minutes for most of the day, which is quite convenient for getting to the airport in the morning. We unloaded at the hotel and returned our rental car that evening instead of in the morning and simply took the shuttle bus back to the hotel. It saved the cost of overnight parking in the parking garage. I would only use this location if you are leaving from the airport the next morning. It is very convenient to the airport. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, denise b wrote this review.
I should have known, I've never gotten a good night's sleep at a holiday inn and this one is no different. The floor was softer than the so-called mattress. The sink promised good water pressure and the shower failed to deliver. I won't make this mis… See more
I should have known, I've never gotten a good night's sleep at a holiday inn and this one is no different. The floor was softer than the so-called mattress. The sink promised good water pressure and the shower failed to deliver. I won't make this mistake again. Collapse
Very good for a short stay
Stay Date: 04/2018, FMD126 wrote this review.
Add a star if you're only staying for one night and want to be near the airport. You will be quite pleased. This is an "absolutely fine" hotel. On the plus side, it was very clean, has excellent & helpful staff, has a free shuttle to & from the airp… See more
Add a star if you're only staying for one night and want to be near the airport. You will be quite pleased. This is an "absolutely fine" hotel. On the plus side, it was very clean, has excellent & helpful staff, has a free shuttle to & from the airport, and breakfast is included. So if you're passing through Dublin and just need a quiet and convenient place to stay near the airport, this will be your hotel. If, however, you're staying in Dublin for longer and want to mix business with sightseeing, you may want to consider staying somewhere closer to town. The restaurant options here are limited: there's one in the hotel next door (affiliated with this one), and there's an excellent place down the street (Gourmet Food Parlour--terrific!). But . . . that's about it. (Oh, yeah, there's an Italian place nearby but I didn't get to try it.) For anything else, you'll need to take a bus or cab closer to town. Luckily, the bus stop was a short walk away, and the very helpful staff helped break my bills into exact change. My room was fine, clean but small and nothing special. While I had brought an adapter to charge my laptop, the desk also had one US-style outlet, which was very convenient for me. The bed was rather slab-like but I'm the lucky type who can sleep pretty much anywhere; if you're not, just be prepared for a thin, firm mattress. The shower was dangerous; my first attempt was so hot I couldn't stand in it. Apparently, the hot water is a bit, um, touchy. Make sure you adjust the temperature before hopping in, unless you plan to cook a lobster in it. Toiletries were minimal. There is an electric kettle, tea and instant coffee in the rooms, which is lovely. It is very nice that breakfast is included, especially since the nearest convenience store is a ways down the street. I will say, though, that breakfast is unvarying so after a week of the exact same thing, I did get a bit tired of it. It would have been nice to have some oatmeal, for example--in fact, I expected it and was surprised it wasn't offered. It would be nice if the egg offerings varied a bit (scrambled every day). It would have been nice to have cold meats and cheeses offered as I often have in European hotel breakfasts. [I do realize these are "first-world problems," but I'm trying to give an idea of what a long-term stay was like and offer some suggestions to the hotel management!] It is a very quiet hotel, which is so nice after long travel. There's a park across the street which is lovely to walk through on a spring day. After my conference was finished, I did move to a B&B in town that was actually much cheaper than this hotel. So while this hotel was convenient to the airport and to the small conference center, it was nice to be closer to restaurants, museums, and things to do. TL:DR version: If you're staying in Dublin for a night and want to be near the airport, add a star and stay here happily. If you are staying in Dublin for 10 days and want to see a bit of the city, consider finding a place closer to town; there are cheaper and more convenient options for that purpose. Seriously, though: the staff here is excellent. Thanks for being so friendly and helpful! Collapse
Worked well with our Plans
Stay Date: 04/2018, GordyLinda wrote this review.
We were scheduled for a morning flight out of Dublin, and this met with our plans just great. We had made our booking months previously to coincide with our travel plans. We flagged a Blue Airport Bus in town which took us to the airport, and then to… See more
We were scheduled for a morning flight out of Dublin, and this met with our plans just great. We had made our booking months previously to coincide with our travel plans. We flagged a Blue Airport Bus in town which took us to the airport, and then took the airport shuttle to the hotel (scheduled every 20 minutes). Being fully acquainted with the Holiday Inn Express standards we were not disappointed. The room was a bit on the small side but met our needs for an overnight stay. We were also pleased with the satisfaction of knowing that once in the hotel, we could look forward to comfortable nights sleep, a very satisfying breakfast and then a leisurely ride via their shuttle to the airport.I would recommend to travelers to consider this hotel if they are flying out of Dublin. I worked well for us and we will for certain use it in the future. Collapse
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