Premier Inn Dublin Airport
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So after lots of cuddles and kisses goodbye ...... From baxter not mark ...... We hit the road to check in at the premier inn. Once there I think Robert got a little scared at my excitement with the fact they let you choose either a hard or soft pillow and that the shower was so huge it even had a seat!!! However looking back now this was probably …
We have all had a wonderful time so far and tomorrow we leave to visit mum's cousins in The Netherlands and France :) In Ireland I have liked looking at the old houses that are now ruined. I have enjoyed playing with our little friends Tara and Eve. My other favourites have been the swimming pool and gardens at Glenveagh National Park and Bunratty …
Today is my lazy day and I couldn't be happier! After almost 3 weeks of traveling I am happy to slow down. Obviously, my injury is the main reason for the slow pace. Michelle was nice enough to drop me and Jodi off at our hotel near the Dublin airport, so we didn't have to mess with the bus and all of our luggage. We got checked in and Jodi took …
... after and just hung out with some teammates. Around six we went back to the hotel to grab my equipment and then headed to the gym for practice. We shot around for an hour and went through plays so that I wouldn't be clueless in tomorrow's game. I feel like I'm one of the best players on this team if I make it! Overall had a great day, a lot of fun, really tired, a lot of food, ready for bed. Until next time... Also check out the ...
... but the end of the tour was worth every penny, well, every Euro! We learned that the Gaelic word for cheers is Sláinte, which means good health! Once we finished the tour, we went up to the seventh floor, which is where the Gravity Bar is. We got to have a complementary pint of Guinness, while relaxing and enjoying the 360 degree view of Dublin city. It was the most amazing view and we were there just as the sun was setting, so it was ...
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I stayed here for one night recently as I was visiting a friend who just had a baby and didn't want to burden her by staying in her house. Anyway my husband, myself and our two kids got a beautiful room with two double beds. When we got there we asked for a cot and one of the housekeeping staff promptly arrived to our room with a travel cot, changing mat and bottle warmer for the baby. She put it together for us, got us special sheets and a lovely little quilt too. I was very impressed by the efficiency and level of service. The hotel was very quite and even though our room was on the front of the hotel we heard absolutey no noise from the road during the night. It's in a great location for the airport and was very easy to find from the directions the hotel gave us. The decor is modern and bright and all the staff we encountered were friendly and helpful. We had a great breakfast the next morning too. The breakfast is a bit steep at €11.95 but the two boys ate as well and they only charged us for the adults food. Plus we only paid €89 for the room so it really was fantastic value overall. There is plenty of parking too, with entrances at both the front and back of the hotel so you weren't too far away from one wherever you parked. I really cannot find any fault with it. 5 out of 5.
Booked this hotel a few days before setting off and with some trepidation due to the tight timescales i was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of the Tulip Inn.
Das Hotel eignet sich hervorragend für Personen, die einen sehr frühen Abflug am nächsten Tag haben und daher die Nähe des Flughafens bevorzugen. Zum Flughafen-Terminal benötigt man incl. Rückgabe des Mietwagens und Fussmarsch zum Gebäude max. 15 Minuten.
I've just returned from a 4 week tour through Europe. We started in Dublin, after a 9 hour flight from Canada, plus a 4 hour layover and 2 hour flight from London. We arrived at 7 pm, and I knew before we left that I would just want a shower and a bed. So, despite it's distance from the city center, I booked this hotel. it was fabulous! We stayed three nights total.
Needed an Airport Hotel
This was a last minute booking due to an early flight home. What the Tulip Inn lacks is morning transportation to the airport. You have to reserve and pay for a cab. Other airport hotels offer 24 hour shuttle, not so the Tulip Inn.
The room was clean, the bed comfy, and the bathroom very clean. The Wi-Fi worked after about 20 minutes of doing all possible settings to my laptop.
The front desk staff was pleasant. It's about everything you could ever want in an airport hotel, except for the lack of a shuttle. The room was even quiet.
I stayed in this hotel for just one night. Beautiful hotel, lovely food. Very reasonably priced. Definately intend on staying here again.
I spent just one night in the Tulip Inn recently and it was a very positive experience.
We finished up our 10 day trip to Ireland with a stay at the Tulip Inn Dublin. We wanted to be close to the Airport for our early morning trip home. Let me tell you, great accomodations. Very clean and modern. Great water pressure in the shower. Hotel restaurant was excellent. We stayed at 5 star hotels in Dublin City Center and Kilkenny along our journey and none compared to the Tulip Inn accomodations My only wish was that the Tulip Inn was located closer to Dublin city. It is very close to the M50, so you're really not that far from the city. Very close to the airport as well for less than 95 euro.
Great Hotel !
We stayed in the Tulip Inn, Dublin last Friday for a Robbie Williams concert - it was a lovely hotel and better than we had expected. It is very modern, immaculately clean, the room was tastefully decorated with luxury bathroom, quality fixtures and fittings, lovely comfortable beds, it was very quiet indeed despite being next to the airport (you would never know). There was a good selection of bits to make coffee etc.
We didn't have any meals except breakfast but that was great! Enormous variety of different choices and very helpful staff.
The shuttle bus is also very efficient which turns up regularly to take you free to and from the airport.
I would definately stay again !
Just got back from a long weekend in Dublin staying at this hotel whilst attending a Bon Jovi concert at Croke Park.