Frequently Asked Questions
You can find us on the south side of Dublin’s city centre. We’re easy to find; approx. 22 minutes’ drive from the City Centre, just two minutes’ drive from Junction 2 off the N4. Within ten minutes’ walk of the Liffey Valley Shopping centre.
Clayton Hotel is just a 15-minute drive from Heuston Train Station. Or 27-minute bus ride to Liffey Valley with a short 15-minute walk. There are numerous buses that will lead you to us such as 25b, 25a or 67.
We are only 18 km from the airport, a 16-minute drive. Taxis can be pre-booked at around €25 to €30, while the Airport Hopper bus will take you from the airport straight to our front door in just 25-minutes.
Yes, we have plenty of parking here at Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley. We have a car park on the main level and an underground carpark just on the right at the entrance.
Check-in time is from 3.00pm and check-out time is by 12.00pm.
We cannot guarantee an early check-in. Please give us a call on +353 1 625 8000 prior to your stay and we will do our best to help out.
Our beds are so comfy – we wouldn’t blame you! You can book a late check out when you reserve your room directly on our website or by calling us on +353 (0)1 625 8000.
Of course – you can store your luggage free of charge at Reception.
Monday – Friday 6.30am – 10.00am
Saturday – Sunday 7.00am – 10.30am
We have a late-night room service menu that is available 24/7.
Direct bookings made through Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley website guarantee the lowest possible rates. Want to save a little extra? Join our Click on Clayton group today to save €10/10 per room per night.
There is no booking fee when booking here on our official website.
If you don’t arrive at the hotel, the first night’s room rate will be charged in full. If you know you are not going to be able to attend, please call us on +353 1 625 8000. We advise all guests to be aware of the specific terms and conditions of the package when booking.
Complimentary high-speed WiFi connection is provided throughout the hotel.
We have our fantastic leisure centre in the hotel, facilities include 20m heated indoor swimming pool and children’s play pool, and a fully equipped gymnasium.
Infant cots are supplied free of charge, just give us a call on +353 1 625 8000 to arrange this prior to arrival.
All of our rooms have pretty much everything you will need for stay – complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, iron and ironing board and tea and coffee making facilities. If there is anything you cannot find, please ring Reception and we will be more than happy to help.
We have accessible rooms available in all room types: Standard, Superior and Executive. To reserve one of these, please contact our Reservations Team on +353 1 625 8000.
We have a strict no smoking policy in all of our guestrooms.
We have newly refurbished, state of the art meeting rooms. All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning and high-tech AV systems.
All of our standard family rooms comprise of a double bed, and two single beds. Alternatively, for an extra €75 you can book our Executive Suite where you will have a double bedroom with a separate room with a double pull out sofa bed, living room area with small kitchenette and an optional roll away bed for €20, the perfect choice for a home away from home for your family break.
All of our standard family rooms comprise of a double bed, two single bed. Alternatively, you can book our one-bedroom apartments which have a Double bedroom, bathroom separate large living area with kitchenette, utility room with washing machine/dryer for an extra €65 per night.
The standard family room would be too cramped for this amount of people, as a roll out bed would be required as well as a cot. You can book an interconnecting room for an additional supplement, which would offer much more space for the family.
Kids will be kept well entertained at Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley. We hold movie nights on selected evenings, we have a tots play room, and an outdoor playground.
We are a 20-minute drive from Dublin Zoo.
We are a 25-minute drive from Tayto Park in Meath.