Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport (formerly Bewleys Airport Hotel Dublin) is Dublin Airport’s largest hotel with 466 ensuite bedrooms. The hotel just 7 minutes by courtesy coach to & from the Airport Terminal. This facility is free and runs every 20 minutes.
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport has a fully equipped mini-gym. Long term parking is available to both guests and non-residents.
You can Park & Fly with Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport. There are 1500 secure parking spots for guests and non-guests.
This 3 star hotel in Swords is very suitable for conferences, parties, meetings and weddings.
Bewleys has a reputation for good service since the famous Bewley’s Cafes were established in the late 19th century and the Clayton continues that fine tradition.
Rooms at Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
The 466 rooms at Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport are equipped with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen multi-channel TV, tea/coffee making facilities, a work desk, and ironing equipment. The rooms are ensuite, quite large and have comfortable bedding with hypo-allergenic pillows and duvets.
The rooms at the Clayton are soundproofed to ensure peaceful rest.
You can choose from twin, double, triple, family or a suite. Family rooms can accommodate 2 adults & 2 children or 3 adults.
There are some wheelchair accessible rooms available.
Wine and Dine
Bewleys was well known worldwide for its breakfasts and the varied breakfast menu includes the traditional full Irish breakfast which is available at The Clayton will keep you going all day. Carvery lunch is available as well as a wide-ranging a la carte international menu in the evening.
The modern bar and lounge is a comfortable area to enjoy a drink or watch sports on TV.
Being close to the M1/M50, Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport can be easily accessed by road from any direction. It is located just a few minutes drive from Dublin Airport.
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