Book a Hotel near Citywest

Citywest was originally developed as a business campus in South Dublin and is now Ireland’s award-winning business park which provides superb connectivity and accessibility. It consists of a golf course, shopping centre and a growing residential area. Tallaght and Saggart are the towns that surround Citywest. It also contains some of the world’s top global companies in IT, media, food and pharmaceuticals. There are also plenty of options for hotels near Citywest, including Maldron Hotel Tallaght.

Citywest boasts an impressive golf complex, known as the Citywest Golf Resort which contains two 18-hole courses. There is also a magnificent convention centre in the Citywest Hotel that accommodates up to 4,000 people. The Citywest shopping centre provides shops likes Dunnes Stores, Costa Coffee, McDonald’s, Chopped, Eddie Rockets, McCabe’s Pharmacy and a service station. Also, the Ryan Academy is located in Citywest, which serves as an Educate Together institute.

If you are attending a conference or an event in Ireland’s largest convention centre at Citywest Hotel, Maldron Hotel Tallaght is located only a short ride away from Citywest convention centre and Citywest business campus, making Maldron Hotel Tallaght the ideal venue for your stay.

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Maldron Hotel Tallaght

8 minutes driving

Maldron Hotel Tallaght is a 3-star recently refurbished, modern hotel located right on the red-line Luas which brings you directly from Tallaght to Dublin city centre. Whether you are here for business or leisure, Maldron Hotel Tallaght is the perfect base. Our well-appointed and comfortable bedrooms come with free WiFi, access to the bar and restaurant, complimentary secure underground parking as well as free use of the extensive leisure centre and the indoor pool.

Citywest is a short 8-minute drive away or if you prefer to walk there, it will take you approximately 40 minutes.

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