Renowned for its infectiously friendly locals, captivating history and lively nightlife, it is easy to see why Dublin is one of the most frequently visited cities in Europe. Those after premium accommodation in the tranquil suburbs offering great links to the city will enjoy this highly regarded 4* Hot Rate hotel located in the heart of charming Blanchardstown. Hotwire customers are invited to take advantage of unbeatable discounts on this hotel’s contemporary double en-suite guest rooms, which all feature the latest amenities as well as free Wi-Fi internet. The hotel’s extensive onsite business centre is the ideal venue for conducting meetings and holding conferences, whilst other impressive facilities include a modern fitness suite and a sophisticated a la carte restaurant.
Situated just 10 km northwest of Dublin’s vibrant metropolis, the historic suburb of Blanchardstown is perfect for city breakers after peace and quiet following a long day of sightseeing. Set outside of Dublin’s M50 motorway and within easy reach of several dedicated bus routes, as well as the Castleknock, Coolmine and Clonsilla rail stations, this hotel provides its guests with a convenient location from which to explore the capital. With two major shopping centres, the Blanchardstown Centre and WestEnd Shopping Park, just a stone’s throw away, keen shoppers need not even venture into the city to get their retail therapy fix.
The Emerald Isle is famously renowned for its abundance of green countryside, therefore it is no surprise that Dublin boasts more green spaces than any other European capital city. Lovers of the great outdoors will enjoy the fact that this hotel is only a few minutes’ drive from the iconic Phoenix Park, the largest urban park in the country. Spanning 1,750 acres, this former royal hunting park is now one of the city’s premier tourist attractions and still retains its own herd of wild fallow deer. As well as being the ideal place in which to picnic and relax, Phoenix Park is also home to several significant historic monuments, including the imposing Wellington Monument, the Papal Cross and the Magazine Fort. From here, tourists are able to walk to the Dublin Zoo, one of the city’s most enjoyable family days out.
Dublin’s city centre is brimming with striking period architecture and cultural landmarks for tourists to enjoy. One of its most famous fixtures is the vast Dublin Castle, which was founded by King John of England in 1204. Today, the castle houses the present Irish government and a select few of its opulent state rooms are open to the public all year round.