Accommodation near St James’s Hospital, Crumlin Hospital & Tallaght Hospital

Days are long when visiting or caring for a loved one in hospital. Avoid the commute home by staying in the Maldron Tallaght, which is close to Tallaght Hospital, Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin & St James’ Hospital in Dublin.

Tallaght Hospital

Tallaght Hospital is a public hospital treating over 400,000 patients each year, and many of their loved ones stay with us at the Maldron Tallaght for a bit of rest and relaxation once visiting hours are over.

Tallaght Hospital is a stone’s throw away from the Maldron Hotel Tallaght – just a 10 minute, 1 kilometre walk or 4 minute car journey.

Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin

Having a loved one in hospital is never easy, but visiting your child in hospital is even harder. Crumlin Hospital is Ireland’s largest paediatric hospital, with many families travelling from across the country to treat their sick children at this facility. If your child is a patient at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, you’ll need to get some rest once visiting hours are over, but you’ll also want to be close-by and on call at every hour of the day and night in case your child needs you.

Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin is just a 15 minute car or taxi journey from Maldon Hotel Tallaght. You can also catch the #27 Dublin Bus just down the road from the hotel and be at the hospital door in just 30 minutes.

St James’s Hospital

St James’s Hospital is a 20 minute car or taxi journey from Maldron Hotel Tallaght – conveniently located just off the M50 for quick access from all routes into and out of Dublin for those travelling in from other parts of Ireland. You can also catch the LUAS Red Line just down the street from the hotel and ride straight into the James’s Hospital LUAS stop within 40 minutes.

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