Great loaction with loads of parking. Breakfast is great with loads of choice. Room size is good but there is quite a bit of noise with people banging doors in the corridior. We didnt get much sleep as people were coming back late and making noise. Doors need a slow close on them. Apart from that ...
A hotel with hostel-like qualities. The room is decent size for the price and quite clean. They give new towels if you ask too. Having a private washroom is also a plus although there are no toiletries which I was indifferent to. What sets the property apart is all the amentities available which ...
Nice house, very nice owner, and willing to help regarding see sight in Dublin.
Great location, friendly staff, Good shower, bed quite comfortable.
The Skylon is in a very convenient position for the City by bus or the Airport. It has friendly staff and is clean and tidy with nice rooms. I might have given a higher score except for breakfast, which was expensive at €12.50. My experience was chaotic with no one seaming to be in charge. Some of ...
Wonderful hotel and wonderful staff. If you're looking for comfort and staff friendliness you can/t beat the Croke Park. A short walk to bus stops. Would stay there again without question.
Great staff who was always helpful and informative. Rooms were smaller than many in Europe, but comfortable.
Great location for transport and sightseeing. Spacious room and good breakfast.
Great hotel and location (bedroom was quiet noisy but it is in Temple Bar so hence not complaining about it) Great breakfast too
If there’s one thing the Irish love, it’s sport. From football and rugby to Gaelic football and hurling, the country supports its local and national teams with a passion. If you’re planning a visit to Ireland, staying in a hotel close to Croke Park, the country’s largest stadium, will help to give you a deeper understanding of the Irish love of sport. What’s more, you’ll be perfectly placed to enjoy an exciting game or two during your stay.
Located to the north of the city centre, Croke Park holds a special place in Irish sporting history. Having played host to the Republic of Ireland national football team as well as the country’s rugby union team and the All-Ireland Finals in football and hurling, Croke Park holds a legendary place in Ireland’s sporting landscape.
The largest stadium in the country and the third largest in Europe, Croke Park holds a huge 82,300 spectators. If you’re staying in a hotel close to the ground, there’s a good chance you’ll hear the excitement of the crowd come match day.
Visitors who want to learn more about the stadium’s unique history can explore the onsite museum or take a guided tour. Croke Park also boasts an incredible viewing platform 150 feet above the ground. From there, visitors can see far and wide over Dublin and get a real sense of the ground’s place in city life.
As well as sporting events, Croke Park is also a popular concert venue, attracting bands and performers from all over the world.
Easy to access from Dublin City Centre and close to several of the city’s most popular attractions, the hotels in the area around Croke Park are ideal for holidaymakers looking to experience an authentic slice of Dublin life.
Thanks to the proximity of both the city centre and the international airport, there is a fantastic choice of hotels available around Croke Park, from small but welcoming guesthouses to large modern hotels.
Apart from the ground itself, guests staying in hotels close to Croke Park have easy access to a great choice of Dublin’s sights and attractions. The historic Clontarf Castle, the Garden of Remembrance, the James Joyce Cultural Centre and Dublin Writers Museum are all just a short drive from Croke Park, making it easy for visitors to explore the city’s fascinating sites.
The area is also easy to access by public transport from Dublin city centre, with regular bus links to the stadium and Connolly Train Station just a 15-minute walk from the ground.
Close to the city centre, the airport and several of Dublin’s best known attractions, Croke Park is a fantastic area for visitors to the city to explore.
Offering a wide choice of hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs, the area is ideal whether you want to experience an authentic Gaelic football match, see your favourite band in a spectacular outdoor venue or simply see the best of what Dublin has to offer.
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