Metro Hotel Dublin Airport (formerly Days Hotel) is situated just off the M50 10 minutes drive from Dublin Airport.
This hotel in Dublin offers superb accommodation and excellent conference facilities.
There is a free courtesy bus from Metro Airport Hotel Dublin to Dublin Airport between 4am and 9pm daily which gets to the airport in approximately 7 minutes.
Guests can avail of reduced rates at Ballymun Leisure Centre which is just 5 minutes walk from the Metro Airport Hotel Dublin.
Free wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel.
Parking is available to guests and can be extended to cover the period of your trip abroad.
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Rooms at Metro Airport Hotel Dublin
The 88 contemporary rooms are En suite with a power shower and have free high speed wireless and wired internet access, Hypnos beds with crisp white duvets, Multi channel TV with CD/DVD player, Iron & ironing board, Laptop size safe, Hairdryer, Tea/coffee station and a Direct dial telephone.
There is a choice of Single, Twin, Double or a Suite at this hotel near Dublin Airport.
Some interconnecting rooms and rooms with disabled access are available.
Wine and Dine
Bistro 9 serves Hot and continental breakfasts daily from 7am, with light lunches and evening dinner menu also available. Ther is a nice International menu with favourites like D-9 Burger, Chicken a-la King, Baked Cod, 10 Oz Rib Eye Steak, Traditional Fish and Chips, Penne Pasta and more.
Guests can relax in the bar which has a friendly relaxed atmosphere with sporting fixtures on large plasma TVs complimentary Wi Fi and a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks.
The Botanic Gardens are 1 mile away, Croke Park is a 10-minute drive, Ballymun is nearby as is Gulliver’s Retail Park. There is a bus stop just outside of the hotel, which is on route to the city centre.
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