|Distance to city centre||8.0 km|
|Distance to airport||2.7 km|
|bed was very comfortable||in 201 reviews|
|breakfast||in 140 reviews|
|car parking||in 137 reviews|
|clayton||in 26 reviews|
|close to the airport||in 690 reviews|
|early flight||in 83 reviews|
|food and service||in 229 reviews|
|free shuttle service||in 400 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 485 reviews|
|italian restaurant||in 118 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 275 reviews|
|room was clean||in 388 reviews|
Not close to the airport
Clean modern room. Staff were friendly
Quite a distance from airport. Shuttle bus provided approximately every twenty minutes. Drop off is s short walk to terminal 1. When you get out of the elevator their is s short flight of stairs which is awkward with heavy luggage. Bad design.
Staff are very friendly and helpful
It’s missing a few ash trays outside the front door of the hotel
Friendly staff, great shuttle service
Clean room but musty smell
Best hotel we’ve stayed at in a long time!
Loved the hotel. Started with the amazing front desk staff , Milli, was her name. She was the most accommodating person ever and was sure to take care of us immediately. Give that girl a raise! A convenient shuttle bus from the airport was also a nice touch, especially for free. We loved our nice and spacious room. I would recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Dublin, especially if they want to be close to the airport.
The premium rooms are extremely nice.
The standard rooms are dismal at best. We stayed the first night in a premium room that we had paid for, but the second night was complimentary through the airline carrier. At which time we were put in a standard room. It was like starting at the Hilton then being down graded to the red roof inn.
The bed was comfortable and the shower was good.
We stayed here for one night on Thursday 2 November 2017. The shuttle bus stance 16 is one of the furthest from the terminal building. It is approximately a 10 minute journey but can take longer depending on traffic and time of day. At check in the receptionist was efficient but her appearance was poor giving rise to concerns about standards in the hotel. We found the atmosphere in our room oppressive; despite the air conditioning there was no humidity at all. We tried opening the window but it was too noisy due to the hotel's engineering system. We were forced to try again later but then found that the locking mechanism on the window jammed and the night staff could not fix the issue at 3.30am so we had to put up with the noise for the rest of the night. As a result we got very little sleep. Despite the member of the night staff saying that he would report the issue, the receptionist had no record of it at check out but promised to investigate. Two days later I have heard nothing from the hotel and no offer of compensation against the prepaid charges. On the return to the airport the standing room only bus departure was delayed 15 minutes due to a driver change over with the bus engine left running. This is a very busy hotel 10 minutes from Dublin Aiport using the hotel's shuttle bus which theoretically runs every 20 minutes. The hotel is isolated at an island off the motorway so you have no alternative for food other than the hotel's own coffee shop, bar and restaurant; and prices! The bath towels were very thin. There was a hole in the bathroom sink which they had unsuccessfully attempted to cover with silicone. If I was overnighting at Dublin Airport again I would look for an alternative closer to the airport.
Am I an ugly american?
Proximity to airport.
Everything beyond the room was an additional cost; coffee, tea, pricey breakfast, the slowest internet around. Not even parking validation for a one night stay. I guess I am spoiled by USA standards.
Finding parking was difficult. Shower was either cold or scalding hot.
Close to airport, free shuttle service
The free 24/7 shuttle to and from the airport was very convinent
The rooms were old and outdated, shower wasn't good, and bar staff were slow and ignorant
I'm a regular at the Clayton when I have early mor
Food is excellent!
Got early check-in. The shuttle goes quite frequently. And they have hypoallergenic pillows!
Dry air in the room.
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport offers comfortable accommodations in a convenient location near Dublin Airport. There is a park and fly service available for those that are continuing their travels, and an airport shuttle bus is provided. A shuttle leaves every 20 minutes for the airport 24 hours per day and seven days per week. There is a restaurant on site which offers authentic Italian fare. The pizza dough is made from wheat that is specially imported from Italy, and it is kneaded and stretched by hand. Once topped, the pizza is made in a wood-fired oven. The Playwright Bar offers a place for guests to relax with a cocktail and a bite to eat. It makes for a good spot to await a flight or meet up with friends. Breakfast options include handmade granola, fresh fruit skewers, and vitality water. There is also the Red Bean Roastery on site which offers freshly ground coffee handcrafted by baristas. There are also pastries and other freshly made bakery items available. The coffee shop is open 24 hours per day. The Brasserie offers a more formal dining option with locally sourced ingredients and a seasonal menu. There are plenty of non-smoking rooms available in a variety of sizes. The standard rooms offer double or single beds. Plus, there are Superior Rooms, Executive Rooms, Family Rooms, Suites, and Accessible Rooms. All of them offer luxury toiletries, tea or coffee making facilities, and a hairdryer. Large flat-screen TVs and complimentary WiFi are also provided.
Based on 19,315 reviews
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