AddressScotch Hall DroghedaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Slick, hip and unexpected, this is Drogheda's top dog when it comes to accommodation. Minimalist rooms are bathed in light and decked out with designer furniture and cool gadgets. There's a stylish bar and restaurant, a mini gym and fantastic views of the city. The hotel is popular with hen and stag parties, so beware of pounding music on weekends. An adjacent cinema complex opened in late 2013.
Our independent authors have visited D Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Drogheda.
Description provided by property
The D Hotel sits on the banks of the River Boyne in Drogheda town centre. It offers luxurious rooms with plasma-screen TVs, a waterfront restaurant, a mini-gym and free parking.
Rooms at Hotel D have free internet access, fans and a 24-hour room service menu. They also feature fluffy duvets, luxurious toiletries and some have balconies and views of the Boyne Valley.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks are now served in the Wm Cairnes & Son Gastropub. Dinner is also served in the Delacy's Steak and Seafood Restaurant, open from Thursday to Sunday from 17:00 until 22:00. Reservations for dinner are essential prior to arrival to guarantee availability.
The Scotch Hall Shopping Centre is next to the hotel. The Old Abbey and St Mary’s Bridge are both under a 5-minute walk from the D Hotel.
Getting from Dublin to Drogheda - Follow the signs for the M1 Belfast. After around 20 minutes, take the turn off for Julianstown/Drogheda South. Follow the signs for Drogheda Town Centre. Carry on down the Dublin Road and turn right for St. Mary's Bridge, take a sharp right before the bridge, carry on down the Marsh Road and the entrance to the hotel is 300 metres on the left, adjacent to the Scotch Hall Shopping Complex Getting from Belfast to Drogheda - From Belfast City Centre, follow the signs for the M1 motorway. Follow the signs for Newry. As you approach the outskirts of Newry, follow the bypass, avoiding the town centre and following the directions for Dublin. Crossing the border heading south, arrive at Dundalk and again following the N1 signs. Continuing past the Xerox Technology Park, go through two roundabouts following the signs for Drogheda North (N51). As you cross over the river on the Dublin Road, turn left at the third traffic lights for St. Mary's Bridge. Immediately take a sharp right before the bridge onto Marsh Road and the entrance to the hotel is 300 metres on the left, adjacent to the Scotch Hall Shopping Complex.
During certain special events during the year, the restaurant and bar area may be closed or located in the Gallery Suite. The hotel apologises for any inconvenience caused.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Games room
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Internet services
- Free parking
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