The Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel is located in Dublin, Ireland, within 400 metres of the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) exhibition and events site. The hotel is two and a half kilometres from Grafton Street's shopping and 11 kilometres from Dublin International Airport (DUB). Hotel Features.
Set in an exclusive business and residential district, the Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel has a large, tiled lobby and dark wood front desk. Its facilities include a doorman, shops, conference centre and complimentary parking.
Raglans Restaurant has a contemporary menu and has classical decor with carpets, drapes and paintings. The Coffee Dock is open 23 hours a day for informal dining. The Library Lounge offers a selection of light snacks throughout the day and The Dubliner is a lively and popular pub serving a carvery lunch.
The multi purpose conference and banqueting facilities cater for small meetings or large groups of up to 850 people.
The Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel's leisure centre includes a gym, indoor/outdoor pool, whirlpool and sauna. The hotel has a gift shop, news stand and hair salon on site. Guestrooms.
The Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel's 300 guestrooms are spacious with neutral decor and patterned fabrics. All rooms have satellite television, dial up Internet connections, minibars, tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary toiletries. Expert Tip.
Nearby Lansdowne Road was the oldest international rugby stadium in the world until it was closed at the beginning of 2007. Until a new one is built, international rugby matches will take place at the home of Gaelic games, Croke Park, on the north side of the River Liffey.
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From Dublin International Airport (DUB):
Distance to Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel is 11 kilometres, approximately 30 minutes' drive.
Getting there. Number 747 and 748 Airlink buses connect the airport to Dublin city centre, and depart every 15 minutes. Tickets can be bought from the driver and the single fare is about 5 EUR. A 24 hour service to central Dublin and Dublin South is offered by Aircoach. Local bus services regularly depart from the arrivals terminal, connecting to destinations throughout the city and its suburbs. Taxis cost about 18 EUR 20 EUR to the city centre. Prices are all subject to change.
Getting around. Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel is on Pembroke Road. Dublin city centre and Temple Bar's cobbled streets can easily be explored on foot. Dublin's extensive double decker bus system and tram network operate throughout the city and the suburbs. Taxis are available at ranks, and can also be hailed on the street. Parking in the city centre is limited and expensive, but a car is recommended for exploring further afield. The hotel has complimentary parking.
Driving directions. From Dublin International Airport:
Take the M1 towards the city centre, following signs for the East Link toll bridge (toll 1.20 EUR).
Cross over the bridge and continue to the roundabout.
Take the third turn off the roundabout and turn right at the second set of traffic lights.
At the Opel Garage, turn left and continue to the next set of lights.
Cross the intersection onto London Bridge Road and continue to Shelbourne Road.
Turn left onto Shelbourne Road and continue to intersection with Lansdowne Road where you turn right.
At intersection with Pembroke Road, turn left and the hotel is on the corner.
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