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The Croke Park

A chic and sophisticated sporting hotel in the centre of Dublin City

Nestled close to Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre, The Croke Park enjoys a unique location just steps away from the historic and world-famous Croke Park Stadium, the spiritual home of Ireland’s Gaelic games and one of the city’s leading venues for international conferences and headline concerts. With its convenient location just minutes from the city centre and all of its attractions as well as primary business parks, The Croke Park hotel is an excellent choice for those travelling for business as well as leisure.

Families receive a warm welcome at The Croke Park, which is close to many of Dublin’s concert, nightlife and cultural venues – The 3Arena, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Dublin Zoo are all within a 10-minute drive. The hotel’s lively bar, restaurant and heated outdoor terrace, which plays host to live music and summer barbecues, are popular destinations for locals as well as visitors to Dublin.

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Insider Tip

  • Our insider’s slice of the city includes a specially curated selection of cultural gems to steer you off the beaten track, all within a 15-minute radius of the hotel. In just 2 minutes walking, watch your cocktail being crafted by a member of our team in The Sideline. In just 5 minutes walking, discover authentic Mexican food and the cult-like following of El Grito Taqueria in Mountjoy Square. In just 8 minutes driving, become surrounded by an oasis of calm and over 15,000 plant species at The National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. In just 10 minutes driving, discover 300 years of life in Dublin at the award-winning 14 Henrietta Street. Explore the house and discover the layers of Dublin history within its walls. In just 12 minutes driving, make a splash at one of Dublin’s only sheltered, heated sea water swimming pools. In just 15 minutes walking, sample authentic Vietnamese cuisine bursting with colour and flavour at Pho Kim Restaurant on the vibrant Parnell Street.