The Green Isle Hotel Dublin (Green Isle Conference & Leisure Hotel) is a modern 3 star hotel with excellent facilities for leisure or business.
Located 8 kilometers from Dublin city centre, the Green Isle Hotel Dublin is ideally situated for business accommodation or meetings or for enjoyment of the visitor attractions of Dublin city. The hotel is nicely situated for visitors from Limerick and Cork on the southern outskirts of the city on the N7.
This large 3 star Dublin hotel has an indoor swimming pool, free WiFi throughout the hotel, excellent conference facilities and free on site parking.
There are 8 Conference Rooms, 40 boardrooms and a ballroom to cater for 750 people.
Inspiration Leisure Club features an 18 metre indoor pool, a steam room with a tiled seating area, a massage pool, a weights area and a cardio-Vascular Area.
Rooms at the Green Isle Hotel Dublin
The Green Isle Conference & Leisure Hotel Dublin has a variety of accommodation to suit everyone. The 270 guest bedrooms in this 3 star Dublin Hotel are elegantly furnished with en-suite bathroom, internet access and satellite TV. There is a choice of Single, Double and Family rooms.
Other in-room facilities include Hairdryer, aTrouser Press, a Work Desk and Air-conditioning.
Wine and Dine
Guests can dine in Sorrell’s bistro restaurant, or relax with a drink in Sorrells’s Bar. Breakfast, Carvery Lunch and Evening dinner is served.
Kingswood Business Park, Citywest Business Campus, Baldonnel Business park and numerous business centres are nearby. Naas Racecource is about a 20 minute drive and Dublin City Centre is 8 kilometres away.
Bus to city centre (No 69 from outside the hotel)
Red luas line from the Red Cow (5 minutes in a Taxi)
Taxi to City Centre takes about 15 – 25 minutes depending on traffic.
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