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Booking agent description: This modern 4-star hotel is conveniently located for Connolly Station, the 3Arena and some of Dublin's best shopping hotspots. Relax in comfort and convenience, with contemporary-styled, colourful bedrooms and a shuttle bus linking the hotel to Dublin airport.
Location: IFSC - Financial District, Dublin
Hotel rating: 4 out of 1,520 reviews
Hotel facilities: Room Service, Air Conditioning, Concierge, Reception (24 hours), Safety Deposit Boxes, Wi Fi
Room facilities: Complimentary toiletries, Double-glazed windows, Duvets, En-Suite Bathroom, Coffee/tea facilities, Telephone, Television, Voicemail, High speed internet connection, Hairdryer, Iron (on request), Wifi in the lobby
Accepted credit cards: American Express, Diners Club International, Laser, Mastercard, Visa
Hotel policies: Children welcome, Service animals permitted only, Smoking not permitted
Business amenities: Business Centre, Conference Centre, Conference Rooms, Fax, Photocopying