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Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport

At a Glance

    Pros

  • closest hotel to terminals
  • flight monitors in the lobby
  • big rooms

    Cons

  • large and impersonal
  • functional look and feel
  • mainly business clientele

Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport Review

You could sleepwalk to your plane from the Radisson SAS; the hotel even has flight monitors in the lobby. Near the main terminal, and next to the main road into the city center is this modern five-story hotel that looks a little severe on the outside. But rooms are spacious and comfortable, if unexciting, and the service is exceptional. Double glazing ensures the roar of a 747 won't interrupt any beauty sleep. Interconnecting family rooms are available. O'Dea's Irish pub is a bit fake but does a decent carvery lunch.

    Hotel Details

  • 223 rooms, 6 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-07-2013

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