Maldron Hotel Smithfield
AddressSmithfield DublinSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
With big bedrooms and plenty of earth tones to soften the contemporary edges, this functionally modern hotel is your best bet in this part of town. We love the floor-to-ceiling windows: great for checking out what's going on below in the square.
Our independent authors have visited Maldron Hotel Smithfield and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in North of the Liffey.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Car hire
- Vending machine (snacks)
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Internet services
Description provided by property
The stylish Maldron Smithfield Hotel is just 3 LUAS tram stops away from O’Connell Street. It offers sleek, modern rooms with panoramic city views, and Wi-Fi throughout the property.
The spacious rooms at the Smithfield Hotel boast a TV and either floor-to-ceiling windows or balconies with panoramic views of the city. The en suite bathrooms all provide power showers.
The Stir Restaurant and Bar offers Irish and European cuisine. The Stir Cafe serves cooked and continental buffet breakfasts and light lunches.
Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse are within a 10-minute walk. Fantastic restaurants, shops and bars surround the hotel, which also offer private parking.
The lively Temple bar district is just 10 minutes away by tram, and both the Old Jameson Distillery and the Smithfield LUAS station are a 2-minute walk away.
By Car From Dublin Airport - At the airport roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the M1 (signposted M1 Dublin). - Continue forward onto Swords Road/N1 (signposted M1 city centre) entering Dublin. - At the traffic lights, continue onto Drumcondra Road Lower/N1 (signposted city centre). - Continue forward onto Dorset Street Upper/R804. - Continue onto Bolton Street. At the junction go right onto King Street North. - Continue straight through the junction of King Street North and Church Street Upper. - Pass Bow Street and Brown Street. - Arrive at Smithfield Plaza and Hotel is on your left-hand side. From Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port: - Start from Dun Laoghaire (Dublin R1190). - Continue onto the R119. - At the roundabout take the 1st exit. - Continue forward onto Harbour Road/N31. - Turn right onto Crofton Road (signposted ‘all routes’)/ N31. - Bear left onto Newtown Avenue / N31. - Turn right onto Temple Road / N31 (signposted the North, the West, the South, city centre) N31. - Continue forward onto Rock Road/R118 (signposted the North, Dublin Port). - Continue onto Merrion Road/R118 (signposted city centre (N1, N2, N3). - At the outer orbital route junction 52, continue forward on Northumberland Road/R118 (signposted city centre). - Turn right onto Tara Street/R802. - Continue onto Butt Bridge (R802) to cross the River Liffey. - Turn right onto Custom House Quay/R801. - Turn right onto the R105. - Continue forward onto Moss Street/R802 - Turn right onto Pearse Street/R118 . - Turn right onto Tara Street/R802. - Turn left onto Burgh Quay/ R105. - At O' Connell Bridge continue forward onto Aston Quay/N4. - Turn right onto O'Donovan Rossa Bridge. Continue forward onto Chancery Place. - Arrive at Smithfield Plaza and Hotel is on your left-hand side. From Heuston Station, Dublin - Turn left onto Frank Sherwin Bridge/N4. - At the traffic signals turn right onto Wolfe Tone Quay/N4. - Turn left onto Chancery Place. - Arrive at Smithfield Plaza and Hotel on your left-hand side. By Bus From the airport: Airlink (number 747) is an express bus that you can catch from outside Arrivals. It will take you to O'Connell Street (the main street in the city centre). Aircoach (a big blue bus) is an airport bus that has a circular route and will drop you at the Gresham Hotel in O'Connell Street. The 16a Bus (normal Dublin bus) will drop you in O'Connell Street. It is not recommended if you have luggage.
Interesting places nearby
Old Jameson Distillery
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James Joyce House of the Dead
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