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Ashling Hotel
Parkgate Street
Dublin
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This spacious and modern hotel overlooks the River Liffey and is beside Heuston Station, just 5 minutes from the city and the lively Temple Bar on the Luas tram.
The Ashling Hotel is a well-located, modern city centre hotel near to the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo and the Phoenix Park.
The Luas tram passes right by the door, taking you to the city centre in just 5 minutes. The Airlink bus operates directly from Dublin Airport to Heuston Station, which is just a 2 minute walk from the hotel.

The Best Western Ashling Hotel has 150 bedrooms located in the heart of historic Dublin.
You are invited to enjoy a full Irish breakfast, lunch or dinner in the Cobblestones Bistro or relax in the Guinness Lounge, where you can enjoy a taste of Ireland's most famous beverage.
For large or small meetings, seminars or conferences, the Best Western Ashling Hotel has 10 suitable rooms with Wi-Fi access and the air conditioned Liffey Suite, able to accommodate up to 240 delegates, all run by the hotel's dedicated conference and banqueting department.

For things to do in Ireland try Great Days Out

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