Dublin Airport At The Green Isle Hotel
The 4 Star Green Isle Hotel is located just off the N7 on the Naas Road in Clondalkin, Dublin, and in very close proximity to the M50. As one of the top hotels at the gateway of Dublin, the Green Isle is just 5 minutes from the Red Cow Luas Depot, allowing visitors to easily navigate their way into and around Dublin city.
Green Isle is also conveniently located just 25 minutes from Dublin Airport. Find out more about getting to and from Dublin Airport below. Whether it is for business or travel, we can accommodate your needs by providing you with a unique and relaxed hotel experience.
Take the M1 toward Dublin City Centre.
Then take the first exit for the M50 motorway southbound and continue over the Westlink Toll Bridge.
Exit at junction 9 exit onto N7 - Naas Road Exit/Dublin City Centre
Continue straight onto Naas Rd N7
Take the exit toward Belgard Rd/Fonthill Rd
Keep right to continue toward Belgard Rd/Fonthill Rd
Turn right onto Belgard Rd/Fonthill Rd. Continue to follow Fonthill Rd.
Turn left onto Boot Rd. Turn right onto St John's Dr
The Green Isle Hotel will be on the left.
Airport Hopper Bus
The Airport Hopper bus is a daily service from Dublin Airport. The Airport Hopper bus stops just down the road from the hotel.
Buses start from 4:30 am up until 9:10 pm from the Airport.
To get to the Green Isle Hotel take the Airport Hopper bus to the Tallaght stop.
Tickets can be bought on the bus or online, please visit AirportHopper.ie for more details.
We recommend you book your taxi the night before your departure to avoid any possible delays. While staying at the Green Isle Hotel our reception team would be delighted to make bookings for you as part of our stellar service.
If you plan on getting around Dublin by taxi, the most popular taxi app used in Ireland is the MyTaxi app which you can download here on both iOS, Android.
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