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From Dublin Airport
Public Transport from Dublin Airport
Dublin Airlink Express offers is a fast and direct service from Dublin Airport departing every Stopping at Parnell Square & O’Connell Street, Dublin One is a short 10 minute walk away.
Getting to and From Dublin Airport is super easy with the Aircoach route 700 with departures every 30 minutes. The Aircoach stop is located a 3 minute walk from Dublin One Hotel at Drumcondra Rail Station and a convenient 20-minutes from Dublin Airport. Escape the airport parking madness and choose to stay at Dublin One Hotel. Let us take the pressure off your early departure as we start your holiday the right way. Your stress-free airport experience begins at Dublin One hotel. The Aircoach also offers direct access to the city, stopping on O’Connell Street. View Timetable
There are a large supply of taxis available outside the terminal buildings at Dublin Airport.
Duration to Dublin One Hotel is about 30 mins from the airport.
From Heuston Train Station
There is a taxi rank when you exit out to the right of Heuston station.
Duration to Dublin One Hotel is approximately 25 minutes.
Public Transport from Heuston Station
From Connolly Train Station
Connolly Station is one of Dublin’s busiest railway stations in Dublin and Ireland. It provides InterCity, Enterprise and commuter services to the north, north-west, south-east and south-west of Dublin.
Connolly station is a 20 minute walk to the hotel.
Connolly station is a short 10-15 drive to the hotel, depending on traffic.
Get the commuter service from Connolly Station and get off at Drumcondra station. The hotel is a short 5 min walk away.
The closest Luas station is on O’Connell Street, just a 15-minute walk away. From here, you can reach all corners of Dublin, with stops on the Green Line including Trinity, St. Stephen’s Green, Ranelagh & even Dundrum for a day of shopping. The Red Line stops at the National Museum, Smithfield, Jervis, Connolly Station and The Point, where the famous 3Arena is based.
The DART is one of the most convenient ways to travel around Dublin. If you want to take a day trip out to the stunning seaside town of Howth on the north side, or see the sights southside in Dun Laoghaire or Greystones, then the DART is certainly best option.
Connolly and Tara Street stations are both a 20-minute walk away, followed by: