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We are all told to get to the airport early - so I find myself with 2 hours until take off and plenty of time to write my final update on the trip to Ireland and Wales. 1) biking for three or four days straight, in a mountainous country, in gale and torrential rain showers should be experienced by everyone at least once in a lifetime (not twice …
... arrived in Dublin, ended up catching a cab to get to our accommodation. The main bus station that we were supposed to catch so we caught a cab. He dropped us off and charged 12€ but for some reason Nadzha thought they used pounds so paid in pounds. When we checked in, the guy filled us in on everything that we needed to know including public transport, cheap eatery, clubs and tourist spots. He was very helpful. I found it amusing when he informed us of breakfast. ...
33. I loved my family! they were great and don't even get me started on the cooking! So good! it's my Irish mum :). AVN
34. Playing on the WII with the family and sharing stories. MW
35. My favorite thing about the home stay was that the family reminded me of my own and they were really nice and welcoming. MW
36. They were friendly and made me feel at home, EZ
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... a walk with our tour guide from one lake to the other ending up at the ruins of the St Kevin's Monastery. As we arrived quite early we only encountered a few walkers out in the trail so it was lovely and peaceful, almost serene - you'll understand when you see the photos of the lakes. The weather was clear and crisp and really a perfect winter morning. We even saw some wild mountain goats. After the walk, a little free time and the taking of numerous photos, we stopped for a hot ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Dublin Airport
Shower though instead of a bathtub.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport
We stayed here only one night after a late flight into Dublin. Found it no trouble after picking up the hire car - but didn't expect the 7 euro charge for the car park, as there had been no prior warning. Having said that, the car park itself was well lit and felt relatively secure.
The receptionist was welcoming, friendly and extremely helpful in sending out for a takeaway for us at 12.30 am!
The room was warm, comfy and outstandingly clean and well appointed. Food was good at breakfast, but continental only.
All in all, this was a great value for money stop over and is to be highly recommended.
We booked this hotel as a good-value place to overnight before flying out from the airport. There's a complimentary shuttle bus that leaves for and from the airport every half hour and it'll take about 10 minutes through slow-moving traffic.
It wsa the best hotel of our Europe tour. Check-in was smooth and quick, the room was spacious, clean and very comfortable.
What we liked especially was the personalised service on the television.
There were small negatives - it was far from city centre, 1 light in the room was not working, I could not dial the reception from my room - but overall it was a pleasant stay, and the staff was friendly and helped us as much they could.
I would definitely recommend it to anyone going for a short stay in Dublin.
Clean Efficient Hotel
We had an early flight out of Dublin, so decided to book our last night at the airport instead of in the city. This hotel is brand new, and the rooms are designed very well. The bathrooms are smart and immaculate. The beds are comfortable with duvets instead of scratchy blankets. Staff was friendly. I wouldn't hesistate to recommend this hotel.
Great Value, Staff that make a difference
For the price, the HIX at Dublin Airport is the best choice. There is a free shuttle bus every thirty minutes from the airpory, and the journey time takes about 10 minutes.
I have stayed here three times, and parking is the same price as the QuikPark, so is a great option for fly and stay.
The hotel is new, and spotless, with comfortable beds, and well lit bathrooms. Breakfast is free, and is a continental style. What the hotel lacks in amenities is made up by the crowne plaza next door, which offers the options (including dining) you need.
We stayed at this hotel the night before flying out to the UK, having selected it as they offered a deal on parking also. I didn't expect too much, but boy was I surprised when we walked in there!
We stayed here for a single overnight to make getting to an early flight easier than driving from home in the morning. Overall experience would normally have been positive, but . . . a few things conspired to make it a not great night. In fairness to the hotel many of these elements were out of their control.
This recent addition to the Intercontinental Hotels Group of which you have Intercontinental , Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and finally Holiday Inn Express is located near Dublin Airport , on the city side. It is attached to the Crowne Plaza which is an excellent 4 star hotel.
We stayed here 2 nights and chose it specifically because we had an early morning flight. This hotel apparently just opened in summer/fall 2006. It was a little difficult finding this hotel, it's tucked back off the road, look for the big Crowne Plaza sign, CP is located next door. Good car park, excellent front desk staff, courteous, friendly, one young man got my wife an extra blanket and delivered it to our room. Good basic continental breakfast, I especialy enjoyed having a "nightcap" pint and whiskey in the lobby both nights. Basic rooms, good shower, quiet, airport shuttle bus leaves every half hour, you have to book it at the front desk. If you want to avoid the congestion of staying in downtown Dublin, and have a flight out of the airport, this is a good choice. If you want something a little fancier, you can stay at Crowne Plaza next door.