Looking to explore one of the exciting cities in Europe, look no further than Ireland’s capital Dublin. Dublin City is a small city with a lot to offer. Voted one of the top ten cities in the world to travel to by Lonely Planet. Spend a couple of days walking the cobbled streets discovering hidden gems. Immerse yourself into Irish History from Viking Dublin to grand Georgian doors. Located in Dublin city centre the Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is only a short distance from all the cultural delights Dublin has to offer.
Whether it is a romantic break away, a girlie getaway (or lads’ trip), or a family gathering, choose Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane for your city break. Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is a contemporary 4-star hotel and a perfect base to discover the vibrancy of Dublin city.
Ideal City Centre location
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is the perfect hotel for your summer break to Dublin with a variety of transport options available for those travelling to and from the hotel. The hotel can be found in Grand Canal Dock area, one of the most contemporary and thriving new areas of the city.
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is located within a short walking distance from main transport links such as the Luas, commuter train, and city buses. The hotel is also close to Dublin’s main tourist attractions and shopping streets.
Every guest that stays at the Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is offered complimentary access to our Club Vitae Health & Fitness Club. The leisure centre includes a fully furnished gym, 22-meter pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.
Why not book a massage in our treatment room’s Cardiff Lane Beauty and Spa click here for a price list.
It’s the perfect place to relax after a busy day around town.
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 hotel is located only a 3-minute walk from the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, close to the 3arena for concert goers and a short walk to the Aviva Stadium for sports fans.
Trinity College is the oldest university 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.
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!
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