Travellers passing through Dublin airport in Ireland may find it convenient to book accommodation close to its two passenger terminals in order to reduce commuting times when either arriving or departing. In fact, the frequent and affordable transport connections available between the area, the surrounding hotels and the city centre significantly contribute to a seamless travel experience.
The Travelodge Airport Hotel North Swords is just a 5-minute drive from DUB plus we can easily travel to downtown Dublin by bus from this point in about 40 minutes. The Travelodge hospitality chain is known for its functional premises and good service at a reasonable price, thus becoming one of the first options for business travellers and weekenders. We strongly recommend considering it for short stays in Ireland and the UK.
How to get to the Travelodge Airport North Swords hotel in Dublin
The hotel gets its name from the small village by which it is located (Swords), and stands a short drive away from the Dublin airport terminals.
A shuttle service for hotel guests, which also serves other nearby hotels like the Premier Inn and the Crowne Plaza, runs regular services from 4:00 to 23:00 every day. It departs from the airport parking and stops outside the main entrance to pick up travellers at the Travelodge on the reverse journey. It costs 3 euros that are collected by the driver.
Another option is to take public bus line 41 on its way to Swords Manor to reach the hotel, or else towards Lower Abbey Street in Dublin to return to the airport. The price of a single ticket is 3,30 euros and it covers the same route as the hotel shuttle.
In the case of having a late landing, that is, arriving in the airport later than the last departure of the shuttle and buses, there is a taxi rank right outside the arrivals halls in DUB airport. It takes roughly 5 minutes to get to the hotel by car and the journey should cost no more than 10, 50 euros.
Front desk at the Travelodge Dublin Airport North Swords
The reception area of this hotel near Dublin airport features comfortable seating, vending machines, facilities to brew coffee (for an additional fee) and tourist information. Both upon arrival and during your stay, the staff can provide directions for getting around as well as assistance with any requests you may have regarding your room and your reservation. It remains open around the clock.
Sleeping near Dublin airport in Ireland: the rooms at the Travelodge Airport North
When booking this accommodation close to Dublin airport, travellers get a cosy room with a king size bed, to which an individual one may be added for triple occupancy. All units are fully equipped with extra pillows, duvet, TV, work desk, water heater, coffee and tea bags, wardrobe with hangers and private bathroom featuring WC, basin, bathtub/shower and liquid soap dispensers. There is central heating keeping rooms warm and WiFi internet access is available all throughout the premises without the need for using a password.
Breakfast at the Travelodge Dublin airport hotel in Swords, Ireland
Guests are entitled to enjoy breakfast every morning on site, even though it must be paid for separately, a modality that gives you the chance to decide whether you want to have it on a specific day or not. It is served in the form of a double buffet with two distinct choices: Full English (Irish breakfast variety) or Continental. The unlimited continental buffet breakfast at the Travelodge North Swords hotel includes oatmeal, a selection of cereal, milk, sliced bread, jam, butter, fruit, pancakes, syrup and French pastries.
If, after reading this information, you still prefer to stay in the city centre, find out more about the best located hotels in Dublin.