Croke Park Hotel

The Croke Park Hotel is a great place to stay for sports fans. Located near the Croke Park stadium, this luxury hotel in Dublin offers close proximity to game-day action. If you want to see a different side to the culture of Ireland, get tickets for a rugby, soccer, hurling, camogie, or Gaelic football match at Croke Park. Concerts are also held at the stadium, so be sure to make your reservations far in advance for Croke Park Hotel in Dublin during one of the major shows. Both concerts and sports games bring more than 80,000 fans to Croke Park, but by staying at the Croke Park Hotel you will already be at the center of the action.

Dublin City is divided in half by the River Liffey into the north side and south side of the city. Many of the top attractions of the city are located on the south side, including Grafton Street, St Stephen’s Green, and the National Gallery of Ireland. Crossing the river to the north side, there are fewer but still worthwhile attractions. The Abbey Theatre, Dublin Writers Museum, and Croke Park all bring tourists to this area of the city. The Croke Park Hotel in Dublin wouldn’t be considered a city center hotel as it would be at least a fifteen- or twenty-minute walk to the river, but if you are coming to the city just for an event at the stadium, it is an unbeatably convenient location.

This luxury hotel in Dublin was formerly called Jurys, a brand that is a bit of a Dublin institution. Recent renovation means that contemporary décor marks Croke Park Hotel. The price of a room also includes breakfast, and guests may be eligible for certain upgrades, depending on the day of their arrival, which could include a room upgrade, complimentary drinks on arrival, and bus transfers to other Dublin venues. If you rented a car upon arrival at Dublin airport, this hotel is a good option, as the Croke Park Hotel is among the rare hotels in the city to offer complimentary parking to its guests.

The Croke Park Hotel in Dublin has a unique location in that it is between the airport and the center of the city. If you are traveling to Dublin for a match but don’t want to stay in the airport hotels which although affordable will probably lack the atmosphere of hotels closer to the city, the Croke Park Hotel is a perfect compromise. Visitors who are staying in the city for a weekend will still be able to explore the attractions, restaurants, and shopping that Dublin offers with a quick bus ride or short twenty-minute stroll through the historic city streets, but at night, be careful walking to the hotel, and stick to the main streets that are well-lit.

This luxury hotel in Dublin offers a range of packages available to visitors arriving for shows, concerts, or sports games, and advance purchase discounts also apply at this hotel. The Sideline Bistro and Bar offers affordable food in an informal environment, and an on-site coffee bar will give you just the jolt you need in the morning. With complimentary broadband access, you should be able to get a little work done if necessary as well. The Croke Park Hotel offers comfort, convenience, and close proximity to the sports action in Dublin, making it a great choice for many travelers to the Irish capital.

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