Compare the best value hotels at Dublin Airport from only £62.00
Start your holiday a day early at one of our Dublin airport hotels with fantastic savings when you book in advance with Holiday Extras. Swap a tiring early morning drive for a comfortable bed close to the airport. If you're looking for luxury, the Hilton is the hotel for you. If you want a cheap Dublin airport hotel with great comforts and a small price tag, we have the Premier Inn and Clayton Hotel at Dublin Airport (formerly Bewleys Hotel), both located in Swords, Co. Dublin. Prices start from just £62.00 per night.
|Room only price
|inc. 1 week parking
|Holiday Inn ExpressNorthwood Park, Santry Demesne, Santry, Dublin 9 Ireland
|Crowne PlazaCrowne Plaza Dublin Airport, Northwood Park, Santry, Dublin - 9 D09 X9X2
|HiltonNorthern Cross, Malahide Road, Dublin D17
|Premier InnAirside Retail Park, Swords, County Dublin
*This is an example price for a reservation on 28-04-2024, valid as of 26-02-2024.
Holiday Extras is the UK market leader for holiday add-ons. Established in 1983, we've got years of experience under our belt, so you could say we know our stuff. What's more, pre-booking with us means you're sure to get a good deal.
If you're driving to the airport, why not combine your hotel stay with parking for up to 15 days, for even better value? Just make sure 'Airport hotels with parking' is selected when you search for the dates you need and we'll show you the quotes for combined package deals.
Choosing your hotel at Dublin Airport
Relaxing in luxury? As we all know the Hilton brand is well known for its luxury. The Hilton at Dublin 17, Dublin airport is no exception. After a workout in the LivingWell Express gym, head to the newly refurbished Burnell Bar and Grill for a bite to eat and a few drinks to celebrate the start of your holiday.
On a budget? Looking for comfort and convenience that won't leave you out of pocket? The Premier Inn Dublin Airport set in Swords, Co. Dublin, will be right up your street. It's only two miles from the airport and has all the essentials you need for a good night's sleep before you jet off.
Also competing for your attention in this category is the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport (formerly the Bewleys Hotel), which sits in the same price bracket, is only 7 miles from the airport and includes 24-hour, free transfers.
With parking? There's not much to choose between these hotels with regards to the parking packages available. You can book on-site parking at the hotel with all 3, so they're all equally convenient. The transfers taking you to and from Dublin airport vary a little, however:
Transfers to/from the Premier Inn cost an additional 1 euro on top of your booking. They run every half hour and take about 5 minutes each way. Transfers to/from the Clayton Hotel are included in the price. They run every 20 minutes but you'll need to book your seat(s) with the hotel staff. It takes about 7 minutes each way. The Hilton run a scheduled bus transfer from 4:45am to 11:45pm which take about 15 minutes to and from the airport.
Dublin hotel brands
We work with a wide range of different hotel brands, including some of the most popular, recognised brands and some lesser-known but equally great hotels. At Dublin airport we sell 3 well-known brands with established, quality services. We trust Hilton, Premier Inn and Clayton Hotel to deliver high-standard facilities and services to our customers every time.
For a complete list of our Heathrow hotel information pages, customer reviews and maps with directions for each hotel, visit our Dublin airport hotels sitemap.
Dublin Airport Hotels - FAQs
Does Dublin Airport have a hotel?
Yes, there are several hotels which serve Dublin Airport to provide you with a comfortable and convenient place to stay before or after your trip.
Can you stay overnight in Dublin Airport?
Dublin Airport does have a 'rest zone' in Terminal 1 if you don't mind sharing with other flyers.
How can I pay less for a hotel?
One of the best tricks for paying less for a hotel is to book early. You'll often find that the earlier you book, the better the deals you'll find as well as being more likely to get the availability you need. It can also be worth keeping an eye out for 'no cancellation' offers, perfect if you're sure of your travel dates.
Does Dublin Airport have a Starbucks?
Yes, Dublin Airport does have a Starbucks situated in Terminal 1.