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Hilton Dublin Kilmainham

Inchicore Road Kilmainham,Dublin,8
Flight+Hotel from £ pp
Hotel only

General Description

Opened in 2007, this four- storey hotel features contemporary architecture. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can offer currency exchange, concierge services and the use of a safe-deposit box. Babysitting and childcare are available as are laundry facilities and a dry cleaning service. The Brasserie serves Irish specialities and international dishes in a contemporary setting. The hotel has a business centre and conference and meeting facilities. The hotel has fitness equipment as well as a hydrotherapy pool.

Additional Information

Check-In: 3:00 PM - Check-Out: 12:00 PM.

Location

Hilton Dublin Kilmainham Hotel, covering five floors and having leading-edge business facilities is located just 10 minutes from Dublin city centre and 15 minutes from the financial district. The hotel is part of the chocolate factory development which also includes apartments, office and retail space.

Rooms

Enjoy the cool calm tones in this 32m² room with large opening windows. Some rooms overlook Kilmainham Gaol. The contemporary style room has 1 double bed and relaxation seating area. Get to work at the desk or pamper yourself in the luxury bathroom. Sleeps 2 adults. Well appointed 120 guestrooms and impeccable service is something you can count on at Hilton Dublin Kilmainham. Room ammenities include satellite and cable TV, work desk, high speed Internet, minibar, telephone, safe, bathroom ammenities and haridryer.

Directions

From Dublin Airport (DUB): Distance to Hilton Dublin Kilmainham Hotel is 10 kilometres, approximately 20 minutes' drive. Getting there. Number 747 and 748 Airlink buses connect the airport to Dublin city centre, and depart every 15 minutes. Tickets can be bought from the driver. A 24-hour service to central Dublin and Dublin South is offered by Aircoach. Local bus services regularly depart from the arrivals terminal, connecting to destinations throughout the city and its suburbs. Getting around. Dublin city centre and Temple Bar's cobbled streets can easily be explored on foot. Dublin's extensive double-decker bus system and tram network operate throughout the city and the suburbs. Taxis are available at ranks, and can also be hailed on the street. Parking in the city centre is limited and expensive, but a car is recommended for exploring further afield.
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100% ATOL protected
Years of experience
Millions of happy customers
90% Rated good or excellent by our customers
Full protection with ATOL & Travel Trust
Happy Customers in the millions
20+ years experience in travel