The Belvedere Hotel
Great Denmark Street
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Getting to Belvedere Hotel Dublin From Dublin Airport
Public transport from Dublin Airport
Dublin Airlink Express offers a fast and direct service from Dublin Airport for just €6 each way. Stopping at Parnell Square & O’Connell Street, the Belvedere is less than 5 minutes walk away.
Aircoach also offers direct access to the city, stopping on O’Connell Street. The Belvedere Hotel is a 5-minute walk back up the street. Go straight through the junction with Parnell Street until you reach Great Denmark Street on your right.
Driving directions from Dublin Airport
Follow signs for M1 / N1 to Dublin City Centre. Continue straight ahead for 7KM through Swords Road, Drumcondra Road and onto Dorset St Lower. At junction of Dorset Street and Temple Street North, take turn to the left down Temple Street and at next set of traffic lights turn right onto Great Denmark Street and The Belvedere Hotel is on your left.
There is a regular supply of taxis available outside the terminal buildings at Dublin Airport.
Fare: €25-35. Duration: about 30 mins.
There is on-street parking surrounding the hotel at both Great Denmark Street and North Great Georges St. The hourly Dublin City meter parking rate is around €3-4 per hour.
We recommend Q-Park The Spire. GPS Co-Ordinates for Q Park – 53.350862 Latitude -6.258455 Longitude
We offer our guests a reduced rate of €19 for 24 hours, as opposed to the standard rate of €33.50.
Have your parking ticket validated at the hotel reception to receive the discounted rate.
Public Transport Links
Our closest Luas station is on O’Connell Street, just a 5-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 our famous 3Arena is based.
In terms of sustainability, the Luas qualifies as being extremely environmentally friendly. Not only is the Luas powered entirely by electricity, but it also produces less noise and air pollution than other forms of public transport. You can avail of single or return tickets, or choose a 1 or 7-day option. Learn more about ticket types here.
With Dublin bus serving O’Connell Street and Parnell Square as key city centre areas, there is no shortage of bus stops or routes nearby, so you can easily reach any Dublin destination with Dublin Bus. Click here to plan your journey.
The DART is one of the most convenient ways to travel around Dublin. If you want to take a day trip out to the beautiful seaside town of Howth on the north side, or see the sights southside in Dun Laoghaire or Greystones, then the DART is your best option.
Connolly and Tara Street stations are just a 15-minute walk away, followed by:
- 15-minute train journey to Howth
- 25-minute train journey to Dun Laoghaire
- 55-minute train journey to Greystones