Getting to the venue

Travel to the DoubleTree by Hilton, Dublin Burlington Road from Dublin City Centre

There are many Dublin Bus routes that pass in front of the hotel. The following Dublin Bus routes pass near to the hotel, 7b, 7d,11, 46A and the 145. Travelling from the city centre you can also check which buses stop at bus stop No. 848 on the Dublin Bus website, coming from the south of the city the closest  bus stop is No. 906.

Other public transport options include the Green Luas line, with the nearest stop being Charlemont. Also the nearest train station would be Lansdowne Road or Grand Canal Dock, both been about 20 minutes walk from the convention centre.

The hotel is within walking distance of the city centre, but there is also a Dublin Bike Station at Wilton Place, which is very nearby.

Travel to the DoubleTree by Hilton, Dublin Burlington Road

The DoubleTree by Hilton, Dublin Burlington Road is on the N11 primary national route. When travelling from the south east of Ireland by car or bus, you should pass in front of the hotel.

Traveling into Dublin on other primary routes, it would probably be best to travel in as far as the canal ring, and use the purple outer orbital route. The route is well signed, the hotel is near Junction 54.

If in doubt of directions, or if you want particular advice, please contact us.

How to Travel to Ireland By Air

From London

It is easy to get to Dublin from London by air. Many airlines fly daily from the Five London airports into Dublin Airpot. If you plan ahead you can get very good prices for these flights, however you should be aware that some of the airlines will charge extra for baggage, and will have a very low weight limit. However, if booked sufficiently ahead of time, return flights including a modest 15-20kg luggage allowance can generally be found for under £100.

From Europe

Direct flights from many European cities are available, however there are also regular flights through various European hubs, so very few places in Europe are more than two flights away.

From the rest of the world

Direct flights to Ireland are available from the following American cities: New York, Washington, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta San Francisco.

How to get to the convention from Dublin Airport

When you arrive in Dublin Airport, there are several options on how to travel to the Convention.

The easiest way is going to be a Taxi, however a Taxi from the Airport to the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel could easily cost €30-€40, depending on traffic conditions.

Otherwise you can travel by Bus. There are several buses that will take take you directly to the city centre, however there is also a direct bus that will take you to the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel for €8. You can purchase a return ticket for €14. This bus is run by Aircoach and is route 700.

You can also travel from the airport using the Dublin Bus network. A multi day travel pass can be purchased at the airport. Please check out our page on general travel to the convention for more infomation on Using Dublin Bus.

How to Travel to Ireland By Sea

Dublin Ferryport

Dublin Ferryport has routes to Holyhead in Wales and Liverpool in England. London to Dublin by rail and sail can cost as little as £61 return, with unlimited luggage.

Dublin port is a short bus ride, Route 53 costing around €2,  to Dublin city centre. This bus service stops on Talbot St which is a short walk from O'Connell St, where you can get many buses to the Convention Location, again costing around €2.

A taxi from the port to the Convention centre will cost around €20 depending on passengers and baggage, there are usally Taxis waiting when the ferry pulls in, but there is also a phone if there are more needed. 

Roslare Europort

Roslare Europort has routes to Cherbourg and Roscoff in France, and Fishguard and Pembroke Dock in Wales. The port is a three hour train ride from Dublin city centre, and currently costs around €30, though it should be possible to book the journey as part of your Sail/Rail ticket. It is also possible to get a bus to Dublin for €20.

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