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Temple Bar Hotel Dublin vs Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel

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Temple Bar Hotel Dublin vs Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel



Temple Bar Hotel Dublin
Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel

 

Temple Bar Hotel Dublin

Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel

Address Fleet Street Temple Bar 1
Dublin
Old Airport Road, Cloghran
Dublin
Phone 353-1-6773333 353 1 8667500
Class 3 star 4 star
Price From $97.45 to $144.19 From $62.04 to $75.41
Floors 4 floors 5 floors
Rooms 129 rooms 100 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Free breakfast
Fitness center
Restaurant
Non-smoking rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel


  1. Temple Bar Hotel Dublin
  2. Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel
Temple Bar Hotel Dublin

Located in Dublin's cultural quarter, Temple Bar, the Temple Bar Hotel is approximately one mile from Henry Street shopping and seven miles from Dublin Airport. <P> Guests can take drinks at Rendezvous cocktail lounge or Buskers Bar (with DJs), which is part of Citrus Restaurant. Room service is available. Other services include babysitting, valet laundry service, currency exchange, and bell service. <P> All rooms have private bathrooms, TVs, direct-dial telephones, tea- and coffee-making facilities, hairdryers, and garment presses.



Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel

The Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel is a purpose-built hotel beside Dublin Airport and links the M1 and M50 motorways. This is a new, elegant, and stylishly designed hotel where every need has been anticipated. Just 200 metres from the entrance to the airport, it could not be more conveniently located. <br><br>It offers every facility and feature for the business and the leisure customer, including 100 deluxe bedrooms and suites, each with oversized beds, bathrobes, clothes press, and complimentary broadband. Outside, there is secure parking for 250 cars and a shuttle to the airport door every 10 minutes. The rooftop restaurant has unique views across the airport runways in one direction and uninterrupted views across Dublin and out into the bay and the mountains in the other. The room is designed to be comfortable in an elegant and contemporary setting with a menu of traditional Irish and international cuisine using fresh local ingredients. Downstairs, Kittyhawks Bar serves food all day long, including a carvery during lunch. It also offers 19 conference rooms, fully-equipped with all the necessary ,ancillary technology including wired and wireless broadband, telephone and video conferencing, and air conditioning.



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