Stayed a night here on the way to Prague via Dublin airport. Nice spacious lounge, 2 resaturants both called the Brasserie, one is a bar menu, the other a la carte, which caused some confusion. However, having chosen the 2 courses for 20 euro each including a glass of wine, we were very pleased with the pork we chose (delicious flavour!)and the dessert had a choice of '2 pots' or 1 pot and coffee, unusual but just what we wanted, a small dessert and a coffee! Upstairs, all was immaculate, but the TV as another reviewer noted was an ancient model with little room for the large backend so couldn't face the bed! And the station settings were all wrong!! But the worst thing was that we were given a room card, the room was open (seems that is the policy until guests arrive), we went down for dinner but on return the card wouldn't work! I waited in the corridor until my husband returned to say they told him his card had the wrong number!! Otherwise very comfortable and the shuttle bus was great!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This contemporary hotel provides the ideal choice for a pre or post flight stay, ideally located jsut 7minutes from Dublin Airport by shuttle service. The hotels accessible location at the M1/M50 junction also makes it a convenient meeting point for conferences, meetings and events. Quality service is a must from the hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bewleys Hotel Swords
- Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport County Dublin/Swords