This stylish new hotel is conveniently located on the N4 beside the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre (85 shops), close to the M50, and just 6 miles from the city centre. There is convenient car parking space for 300 cars (charged at €3 per night).
Spacious guest bedrooms, Sinergie Restaurant (Irish and Mediterranean cuisine) Kudos Bar with Asian Wok Station, and 24 hour room service. SanoVitae Health and Fitness Club offers a 20m x 8m swimming pool, separate children's pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi , and large air conditioned Gym with 100 pieces of cardiovascular equipment.
The hotel also offers a selection of 1 and 2 bedroomed serviced apartments, ideal for the business and leisure traveller staying more than just a couple of days in Dublin.
-Cable/Satellite TV *
-Room Service *
-Charge for Local Calls *
-Iron & Ironing Board
-In-Room Coffee Maker
Hotel Services and Amenities:
-Valet Cleaning Service *
-Indoor Heated Pool
-Indoor Parking *
-No Pets Allowed
-Hi-Speed Web Access *
-Currency Exchange *
-Cocktail Lounge *
-Babysitting Service *
-Afternoon Tea *
From Dublin City on M4, (Lucan-Galway Road) close to Junction 7, M50 and N4 intersection in the Liffey Valley Shopping Complex, 11km from City Centre Dublin and 20km to Dublin Airport. For all access routes follow the signs for Liffey Valley Shopping Complex at first roundabout take a left turn and proceed down to T junction and take another left turn.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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