The Travelodge Dublin Airport Hotel Ballymun is ideally located 4Km from Dublin Airport and offers spotlessly clean, spacious modern rooms together with unbeatable fixed room pricing. Designed to meet the needs of today’s conscious family, corporate guest and those using the airport - the Travelodge Dublin Airport Ballymun cannot be beaten for price or value. Perfectly located just off the M50 and the M1 for easy access travelling north or south of the city. 4 kilometres from the Central Business District’s International Financial Services Centre and all the business parks are easily accessed from the near by motorways. The hotel is also close to Croke Park, which hosts many of Ireland’s leading GAA, rugby and soccer matches along with large concerts.
- 24 hour service
- Earliest check in time 3pm
- Latest check out time 12pm (Midday)
- Family Restaurant open from 7am to 10pm
- Breakfast times 7.00am -11.00am
- Distance to airport 4km
- No Shuttle Bus
- Taxi service available
- Parking policy Free Underground car park
This modern 3 star Hotel offers 125 superb standard guest rooms. This is a non smoking hotel, all public areas are non smoking. For the leisure traveller in the region there is over 25 top quality golf courses. Short drive from the Hotel you have some most beautiful coast line and beaches in the country, located in Malahide and Howth.
Rooms have complementary tea & coffee making facilities and multi-channel TV. All rooms and public areas have wireless internet access.
The Travelodge offers complementary car parking for the length of your stay in the hotel.
• Non smoking rooms
• En-suite bathroom
• Remote control Colour TV
• Tea an coffee making facilities
• Cots available
• Trouser Press
• Wi Fi Access
• Check in time is 15:00. check out time is 12:00
• 24hr Reception
• Arrivals and departures screen listing all flight information for Dublin Airport/ Cork Airport.
• Complimentary WIFI.
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From the Airport, take the second exit sign posted Way Out. Turn right onto Swords Road, then right again. Bear left on to the R108. At next roundabout take the 2nd exit and drive straight for approximately 1km. You should see the Ballymun boiler house and its distinctive red and white chimney stack on your left hand side. Turn left at the set of traffic lights past the boiler house, and the Travelodge Dublin Airport Hotel Ballymun is on the left hand side.
From the North of Ireland
Driving south on the M1, take the exit at junction 3. At the roundabout, take the third exit on to the M50 heading southbound. Take the exit at junction 4 sign-posted City Centre, Ballymun. At the roundabout, take the first exit on the R108 entering Dublin. At next roundabout take the 2nd exit and drive straight for approximately 1km. You should see the Ballymun boiler house and its distinctive red and white chimney stack on your left hand side. Turn left at the set of traffic lights past the boiler house, and the Travelodge Dublin Airport Hotel Ballymun is on the left hand side.
From the South
Driving onto the M50 heading northbound, exit at junction 4 sign-posted Ballymun and City Centre. At the roundabout take the third exit onto the R108. Follow the road for approximately 1km until you reach a cross junction with the Travelodge Dublin Airport Hotel Ballymun on the left hand side. Turn left at the traffic lights and the hotel is on your left.
From the West
Come onto the M50 heading Northbound. Exist at junction 4 sign-posted Ballymun, City Centre then at roundabout take the 3rd exist onto the R108. Follow the road for approximately 1km until you reach a cross junction with the Travelodge Dublin Airport Hotel Ballymun on the left hand side. Turn left at the traffic lights and the hotel is on your left.
Entrance to the Hotel Car Park
The underground car park is located at the rear entrance, so you drive past the front entrance and turn left at the junction. Turn left again after about 100 metres to the back of the complex. On the left hand side you will find the entrance gate. Push the button located at the font of the gate and the operator will open the electronic security gate. The hotel section of the car park is around to the right and there is an entrance to the hotel from the car park on the right hand side as you enter the car park. There is a lift or stairs to take you to the hotel lobby.
The room was noisy, it was on sunday night near pubs, in an unpleasant neighborhood. We were really afraid of parking our car in the hotel, since it was shared with the surrounding buildings without anything to protect the customers cars. However, the hotel staff was very welcoming and caring, helping us with printing our boarding access cards. So if you don't have a car and need a room before going to the airport, the rooms are not expensive and very decent.
2 out of 5
I stayed in Travel Lodge with my children, staff were ...
I stayed in Travel Lodge with my children, staff were excellent and very helpful. The triple room was spacious and very clean. The shower was lovely and hot and it was great to also have the choice of bath. We ate a meal in the hotel which was gorgeous. The only negative comment is that the lobby got very cold in evening with sliding door opening and closing but the bedroom was lovely and warm. The hotel was very peaceful and relaxed. We will be returning!
4 out of 5
Grand clean hotel. Only problem for me was having to ...
Would recommend this hotel - rooms were modern, clean and beds very comfortable. Very easy to find by car. While we did not need to use the shuttle bus - for €3 it seems good value. Will def stay again when booked on early flight from airport.
4 out of 5
Upon arrival, having just travelled 30-40 mins from Dublin, we ...
Upon arrival, having just travelled 30-40 mins from Dublin, we were greeted in a very friendly manner & asked if we wanted to stay in the Dublin city centre hotel, presumably as the Ballymun one was overbooked. When we declined, the friendly manner was immediately dropped. The phone in our room did not work. The floor had remnants of some kind of foliage. The bathroom smelled pretty bad. The front desk staff were often nowhere to be seen; similarly, the restaurant staff were barely present. The hairdryer shorted out after literally 3 minutes of use. The locals in the surrounding area were quite vocal until very late. The beds were of an average comfort level. It's not the worst hotel I've stayed in, but even for a travelodge it was under par. The front desk staff did however offer to call a taxi for us should we require one.