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About Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport, Dublin

The Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport is a luxury hotel located just 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from Dublin Airport, highly convenient for visitors flying into or out of Dublin. Officially opening in the June of 2006, the hotel was formerly called Bewley's Hotel Dublin Airport.

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On your visit to Dublin, consider visiting Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport. Although listed here, Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Dublin.

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Address: Clonshaugh Rd, Clonshagh, Dublin, Ireland

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  • Had the pleasure once again of staying with my wife at the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport. Standards continue to rise great staff and excellent service. The Food is very good and prices are very reasonable while the bedroom was spotless and extremely comfortable. Car Parking despite the high numbers of vehicles is easily accessible and very user friendly. The Hotel is ideally situated for ease of access not alone to Dublin Airport but indeed to the city centre and many of the main shopping outlets are just a drive or Taxi away. We look forward to our return visit.

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  • My recent stay at the Clayton was great, excluding the long wait to check in (about 30 minutes). I was assisted, finally, by David at the reception desk, who was very friendly, efficient, and upgraded my room as a courtesy to compensate for the long wait. Loved the room - an executive room on the 8th floor. I had never booked this type of room for previous stays at the hotel. I liked the room so much that it will be my booking choice for all future visits. The other high point of this visit was the very courteous shuttle driver, who helped me with my heavy bag, both on my inbound and outbound shuttle rides.

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  • We stayed at Clayton just for one night. The reception desk was very friendly, answered all our questions and gave a few reasonable hints. The room met all criteria for a pleasant stay. Size, cleanliness, comfort were above our expectations. We used the 24 h shuttle service to the airport twice (we did the car rental return earlier) and at both times it worked very well (approx 10 minutes to Terminal 1) I would definitely recommend this hotel even for a longer stay.

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  • Rooms are comfortable and modern. Parking is plentiful and can include long term as you jet off on holiday. Free courtesy bus for the airport that runs every 20 minutes. Restaurant and bar serve good food and drink. A little more expensive than other hotels in the area, but I think you get what you pay for.

  • We have been traveling Ireland, and when we were heading back to the USA we looked for a hotel by the airport, for our convenience. We were very happy and surprised when we arrived and saw the hotel. It was beautiful, the staff helpful and accommodating, and the hotel worked out very well for us. We also visited the bar, restaurant, and sitting area, and were pleased by all. We purchased tickets for the Irish breakfast the next morning. Our only complaint was that the food in the buffet was cold. Every other little thing was perfect, however. Thank you!

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