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Hilton Dublin Airport
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Malahide Road

Coolock
Dublin

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Your experience of Ireland’s famously warm hospitality starts at the Hilton Dublin Airport. Purpose built with sleek design, the hotel is situated close to Dublin, the airport and Ireland’s picturesque east coast. Its location, combined with second to none business facilities and an exceptionally welcoming environment, offers the very best in comfort and convenience for the business or leisure traveller. A hotel designed and built with the very purpose of providing a fantastic destination for people on business or pleasure, arranging or attending a meeting, celebrating or preparing to fly on your own or with the family. With 166 bedrooms, including four Suites, a function room that caters for up to 450 people, nine purpose built meeting rooms with a business centre and a LivingWell fitness centre. The Hilton Dublin Airport is perfect for you.

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