Book a Hotel near Tallaght University Hospital

Tallaght University Hospital, formerly known as Tallaght Hospital, is one of the finest hospitals in Ireland and is also recognised as one of the country’s leading academic teaching hospitals. The hospital consists of the Adelaide, the Meath and the National Children’s Hospital. It operates 24/7 and provides access to over 20 medical and surgical specialities for its patients. It consists of 562 beds, 12 theatres and 14 critical care beds. The hospital caters for over 420,000 patients annually and has the busiest emergency department in Ireland.

Tallaght University Hospital specialises in orthopaedics, nephrology, urology and general paediatric services. From day to day services to innovative, radical services, you can be sure you are in good hands here with the staffs’ wide range of resources and skills.

If you are coming to Tallaght University Hospital and are in search of a hotel, look no further than the Maldron Hotel Tallaght. Located within walking distance to the hospital, you don’t need to worry about finding a parking space at the hospital. You can leave your car in our secure underground complimentary car park.

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Maldron Hotel Tallaght

12 minutes walking

Maldron Hotel Tallaght is a 3-star recently refurbished, modern hotel located on the red-line Luas that brings you directly to Dublin city centre. Comfortable and spacious rooms come with free WiFi, access to the bar and restaurant, complimentary underground parking as well as free use of the leisure centre and the indoor pool. Maldron Hotel Tallaght is the perfect base when visiting relatives or attending an appointment or treatment at Tallaght University Hotel.

Tallaght University Hospital is just a short 12 minutes’ walk away from the hospital. If you prefer taking the car, you’ll get there in approximately 5 minutes.

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