City breaks in a Dublin City hotel

Whether it is a romantic break away, break with the girls (or the lads), or a family gathering, choose Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane for your city break. You will be spoilt for choice in Dublin as there is so much to see and do.

Ideal location

Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is ideal for a city break with a variety of transport options available for those travelling to and from the hotel. Located within walking distance of Dublin’s main tourist attractions and shopping streets, Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is an ideal base for exploring all the capital has to offer.

Comfortable and modern rooms

Each room boasts contemporary and stylish décor, promising guests a relaxing and restful stay. Enjoy the sense of space in light filled and airy rooms. Enjoy our in-room amenities which include luxury Clayton toiletries, complimentary Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service.

Complimentary use of swimming pool and gym

Make use of Club Vitae leisure centre and enjoy the gym and sauna or treat yourself to a massage or treatment in our treatment rooms. After a good night’s sleep, a Clayton Vitality breakfast will set you up for another busy day sightseeing and exploring the city.

Local attractions

Day and night, Dublin is a city buzzing with sights and sounds. From culture and cuisine to scenic strolls and family outings, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The abundance of local attractions provides opportunity for an endless itinerary.

One of Ireland’s leading historical sites, Trinity College attracts half a million visitors every year. The university is the oldest in Ireland and holds within its library the Book of Kells, a must see for any visitor.

At St James Gate, in Guinness Storehouse, you can enjoy the Guinness story from start to finish. Then relax with a complimentary pint of the black stuff in the Gravity Bar. This is the highest bar in Dublin, with 360-degree views over the city.

Viking Splash Tour is a unique and enjoyable way to see Dublin. The experience is definitely something different, as you’ll enter the water at Grand Canal Basin. Next, you’ll go past the Naomh Eanna Ferry, which used to be the only link the Aran Islands had with the mainland. And of course, the old Boland’s Mill, famous as one of the battlegrounds of the 1916 rising and the U2 recording studios will be part of this adventure.


Just a stroll away, Ireland’s world-famous shopping districts await. Whether looking for local designs, classic Irish souvenirs, or red-carpet worthy looks, the shopping in Dublin will never disappoint. Hitting every shopping street by foot is easy. Just remember to allow some room in your suitcase!

Book your city break today and discover the vibrancy of Dublin city. {link to offers page}


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