White Sands Hotel, a family run hotel, offers the ultimate blend of professional service and a welcoming atmosphere for hotel accommodation in Dublin
Our management and staff pride themselves on offering a personal service where we get to greet our guests by name and welcome them back time and time again. All 58 beautifully appointed rooms are furnished and decorated to ensure every comfort, some with spectacular sea views. Our Deluxe Suite has its own private Jacuzzi. Wi Fi access is available in the public areas.
Our reception is open 24 hours a day, where one of our staff members will be happy to help you. Free newspapers are available from reception. The elevator is just to the left of reception. Above the reception area is a comfortable seating area with magnificent views of Portmarnock beach. We also offer baggage storage
There is ample free parking outside the front of the hotel for cars and coaches.
•Tea / Coffee making facilities
•Remote control colour TV
•Bedside reading light
•Iron & Ironing board available.
Dublin Bus: Take the #42 bus from Lower Abbey Street in Dublin 1 and the bus stop is directly outside the White Sands Hotel.
Irish Rail: You can take the DART (train) to Portmarnock Station and take a taxi from there to the hotel, taxi will take 5 minutes.
Driving: If you need driving directions from Dublin city center, Dublin Airport or the M1 from Belfast
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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