Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the opening of Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, in partnership with JMK Group.
Only a ten-minute drive or free shuttle from Dublin Airport T1 and T2 and a fifteen-minute drive to Dublin City Centre – the hotel is a great choice for those looking for a place to stay for a layover or to spend a night before an early flight.
The brand’s signature ‘Open Lobby’ has transformed the traditional hotel lobby format by combining the front desk, restaurant, bar, lounge and business centre into one open, cohesive space with a bright, contemporary feel, offering guests the ability to eat, relax, work, or have fun all in one area.
The hotel has 421 stylish, modern rooms showcasing Holiday Inn’s newest room design which creates a ‘Central Living’ space for guests to relax and work in if needed. The rooms include an in-room sofa bed providing a flexible space ideal for watching TV, socialising, and lounging. The accommodations also have a dedicated work area with a desk and multiple device connection options. All rooms are soundproof and fully air-conditioned and are fitted with a smart TV plus tea and coffee facilities.
As with all Holiday Inn hotels globally, Holiday Inn Dublin Airport welcomes families with the Kids Stay & Eat for Free offer, where children under the age of 12 stay and eat for free. The addition of the sofa bed also provides families with ample sleeping space, making the standard double room an ideal space for two adults and two children.
Garret O’Neill, General Manager at Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, said:
We are delighted to be the newest Holiday Inn opening this year in Ireland, and more broadly across Europe. We look forward to welcoming guests and loyal IHG Rewards members to the hotel, which has excellent access to Dublin Airport and our vibrant city.
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There is a full-service restaurant that is open all day serving an international menu made with locally sourced products. Alternatively, guests can opt for lighter snacks from Starbucks or the hotel’s 24hr snack bar. The hotel also has free Wi-Fi and food available 24-hours a day.
John Kajani, Chairman of the JMK Group, said:
We are really pleased to partner with IHG Hotels & Resorts and provide future guests with the unmatched comfort and hospitality that comes with staying at Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, a wonderful achievement in light of the ongoing pandemic.
Holiday Inn Dublin Airport has onsite meeting facilities able to accommodate up to 120 delegates with all the latest technology including state-of-the-art AV equipment and electronic touch control equipment. With plenty of natural daylight, air conditioning and black out blinds, there is also a secure entrance accessible via the hotel lobby, with a private reception and registration area for meetings.
With parking available for up to 400 cars, the hotel offers several Park Stay & Go packages, which include one-night accommodation plus up to eight nights parking. The hotel also offers free shuttle bus to and from Dublin Airport all day.
Holiday Inn Dublin Airport is the first new build Holiday Inn in Dublin and IHG’s eighth hotel in Ireland.
Meanwhile, IHG recently announced the signing of the first-voco hotel in South Korea, Atwell Suites Austin Airport, four Indigo-branded hotels in Egypt, Holiday Inn Resort Szklarska Poreba, dual branded voco and Holiday Inn hotel in Chicago, voco The Palm in Dubai, Intercontinental Riyadh King Fahed Road, Intercontinental Resort Amma, Canj – Montenegro, three hotels in Bangkok and Pattaya and Holiday Inn Express and Suites Jalandhar. IHG’s voco-brand has also opened its first hotel in Netherlands. The company has opened its first Intercontinental-branded hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan and Australia’s first next-generation Holiday Inn in Melbourne’s West.
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