Offering complimentary parking and comfortable pet-friendly accommodation close to Dublin Airport
- Budget Accommodation (under €100 for two)
- Family Friendly
- Ground Floor Bedrooms (accessible for less able)
- Wheelchair Friendly
Travelodge Dublin Airport
The Dublin Airport Travelodge is ideally located around 2km from the airport and offers clean, spacious modern rooms with fixed room pricing that should suit the most budget conscious traveller.
The prices quoted are per room, to accommodate up to three adults and a child or two adults and two children. This Dublin Airport hotels bedrooms are spacious, with king size beds set with comfy duvets. Rooms have complimentary tea & coffee making facilities and multi-channel TV.
Unusually, Travelodges allow pets (book online, charge applies).
The Travelodge offers complimentary car parking and the location could not be better as it is on the old N1 Dublin/Belfast Road on the southbound carriageway of the Swords roundabout 2 km (1.5 m) north of Dublin airport and 16km (10 m) north of Dublin city centre.
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