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Red Cow Morans Hotel

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Red Cow Morans Hotel
Red Cow Complex, Naas Road , Dublin 22 Dublin City
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Tel: +353 1 459 3650

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Close to the motorway this landmark property specialises in conferences and has excellent business facilities

Red Cow Morans Hotel

Strategically located close to the motorway and known as a pub for many years, the Red Cow Hotel has a grand staircase sweeping up from the marble lobby to give an indication of the style to follow and, although it may also be of interest to private guests, this is definitely a location to check out if you are considering visiting the area on business or wish to organise conferences or meetings.


This Dublin Hotels bedrooms are all of executive standard, with excellent amenities for business guests including voice mail and fax/modem lines.

The purpose-built conference centre offers a wide range of facilities and ample car parking. Conference/banqueting (720/550). Video conferencing. Wheelchair access. Parking (450). Children welcome (under 3 free in parents' room; cots available). No pets. Rooms 123 (3 suites, 6 junior suites, 44 no-smoking, 5 for disabled). Lift. 24 hour room service. B&B EUR110pps, ss EUR35. Closed 25-26 Dec. abbreviations
Last Updated: 28-04-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Exit No.9 from M50 motorway, on the N7.

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