The Tulip Inn Dublin Airport Hotel is a modern building situated just off the N1 and M1 highways, one kilometre from Dublin Airport (linked by courtesy coach) and 12 kilometres from the city centre. Spread over five floors, the 155 air conditioned guestrooms feature simple contemporary decor with neutral colour schemes, light wood furnishings and tartan throws. All include satellite television and pay movies, tea/coffee making facilities, wireless Internet access, hair dryers and bathrooms with walk in power showers.
Guests can dine in the Bibo Bistro which is open for buffet breakfast (complimentary for children under the age of 16) and serves a modern menu from three course dinners to light snacks in the evening. Drinks are served throughout the day in the hotel's bar and its adjacent lounge, with sofas and coffee tables, and room service is also available. Conferences and social functions can be accommodated for small groups and audiovisual facilities are available for presentations, upon request. Wireless Internet access is also available throughout the building. The 24 hour front desk can assist guests with transport arrangements and recommendations for places to visit. Parking is complimentary, and a Park an d Fly service is offered to guests (first night complimentary, surcharge aft er). The hotel is within five kilometres of Swords Business Campus and the attractions of Dublin's centre are around 12 kilometres from the hotel. Dublin Airport is one kilometre (0.5 miles) from the hotel.
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The hotel runs a complimentary airport shuttle to the airport. Central Dublin is best explored on foot and an extensive bus network (green double deckers) serves the centre and the suburbs. Taxis are expensive and can be hard to come by. Parking can be scarce in the city centre, but a car is a great way to get off the beaten track and explore the surrounding region.
Driving directions from the airport: Take the R132 to Belfast and go straight through the Cloghran roundabout. The hotel is half a kilometre from the roundabout. The hotel's complimentary airport shuttle to the airport operates from 5 PM on weekdays and 6 PM at weekends, and finishes at 10:45 PM. The shuttle service runs from the coach park area on the arrivals level at Dublin Airport. Upon exiting the airport, guests should continue straight through the car park, across the road, and exit through the double doors on the far side. The shuttle picks up from the right hand side.