Our spacious family rooms allow the entire family to unwind after a long day exploring. Family rooms offer 1 double, 1 single and 1 camp bed, comfortably accommodating 2 adults and 2 children under 12. After a good night’s sleep, a Clayton Vitality breakfast will set the entire family up for another busy day sightseeing and exploring the city.
We also supply children’s cots for kids up to the age of 2 years old and can provide interconnecting rooms for even bigger families.
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is one of the few hotels in Dublin City Centre with a pool, which we all know the little ones will love.
Our leisure centre Club Vitae offers a 22-meter pool, kiddies pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. Club Vitae also provides a fully equipped gym. Which means the whole family will have some relaxation and fun.
We can offer visitors a fantastic selection of dining options at Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane. Whether it’s some bites in Vertigo Bar or a 3-course pre-theatre meal in our Stir Restaurant you will not be disappointed.
Don’t worry, we also have kiddies menus and 24-hour room service.
Book your Dublin family break today and make Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane your headquarters for exploring all that Dublin has to offer.
Looking for things to do in Dublin? Discover a range of activities right on our doorstep for all the family in our Clayton Concierge. With the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre located just across the road, why not enjoy a trip to the theatre with our special package for Annie this summer.
Re-opened in 2009. Some of the figures displayed include sports stars, recreated movie scenes including Crocodile Dundee and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and exhibits like Chamber of Horrors and Children’s Fantasy World.
The museum is within a 20-minute walk from Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane and is served well by public transport. This is a great day out for the whole family.
Viking Splash Tours
This is a unique and enjoyable way to see Dublin. This experience is fun for all ages and is something different as you will enter the water at Grand Canal Basin.
You will go past the Naomh Eanna Ferry which used to be the only link the Aran Islands had with the mainland. The old Boland’s Mill, famous as one of the battlegrounds of the 1916 rising and the U2 recording studios will also be part of this adventure.
Dublin Writers Museum
The collection features the lives and works of Ireland’s greatest literary geniuses.
Dublin is famous as a city of writers and literature. As such, the Dublin Writers Museum is an essential visit for anyone who wants to discover, explore or simply enjoy Dublin’s immense literary heritage.
An amazing 60 acres of park in the city, it transports families to the Arctic, the plains of Africa and Indian Rainforests. It also includes a Pets’ Corner and the City Farm. Dublin Zoo is located a very short distance away by public transport.
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