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Directions to Mespil Hotel Dublin

Located on the south side of Dublin, The Mespil Hotel is located in Georgian Dublin along the Grand Canal only 15 minutes walk from St Stephens Green.

Mespil Hotel is located within close proximity to a wide variety of public transport services, such as Dublin Bus, Aircoach (with fast, direct access to Dublin Airport) and 24hour taxi service.

 

Arriving to Dublin by Car
Driving from Dublin Airport / Driving from the North (M1):
• On leaving Dublin Airport follow signposts for N1/M1 motorway to the city centre.
• At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the M1 ramp and merge onto M1.
• After approximately 3km at junction 1, exit onto N1.
• About 4.5km later, turn left at North Circular Road and continue onto Portland Row, Seville Place, Guild Street and continue onto Samuel Beckett Bridge.
• Turn left when getting off the bridge and take the first right onto Cardiff Lane and continue onto Macken Street.
• Turn left at Lower Grand Canal Street continue over the bridge onto Upper Grand Canal Street.
• Turn right at Haddington Road after the second set of lights you will be on Mespil Road and the Mespil Hotel will be on your left hand side about 150m from the traffic lights at Baggot street bridge.

Driving from Naas Road / Driving from the south to Dublin (R110):
• As you approach Dublin on the Naas Road, pass straight through Newlands Cross and the Redcow roundabout following signs for Dublin city centre / R110. Keep on the left hand lane and you will see the junction for the Longmile Road, where you will cross over the Naas Road
• Continue straight along the R110 (Longmile Road, Drimnagh Road and then Crumlin Road)
• Cross over the Grand Canal at Dolphin's Barn Bridge and at the next set of traffic lights turn right on to South Circular Road.
• At the next set of lights turn right onto Donore Avenue.
• Immediately at the next set of traffic lights turn left onto Parnell Road, which runs parallel to the Grand Canal.
• Continue along the Grand Canal (Grove Road, Dartmouth Walk and onto Mespil Road) and the Mespil Hotel is located on the right hand side before you reach Baggot Street Bridge.

Driving from Bray, Wicklow, Rosslare (N11):
• Follow signs for the N11 to Dublin city centre.
• Approaching the city you will pass through Donnybrook Village along Donnybrook Road and continue straight onto Morehampton Road.
• You will pass the AIB Bank on your left hand side and at the next junction there is a double set of traffic lights. At the second set of traffic lights you need to turn right onto Waterloo Road, (there is a right turning lane at this junction).
• At the end of Waterloo Road, left onto Upper Baggot Street.
• Take the first left onto Mespil Road and the Mespil Hotel will be on your left hand side about 150m from the traffic lights.


Arriving to Dublin by Sea

Driving from Dublin Ferry Port:
Please note that if you are arriving at Dublin Port from Liverpool, then please follow the directions from North Wall Quay.
• Head west on Terminal Road South, at the roundabout take the 1st exit and stay on Terminal Road South.
• Terminal Road S turns left and becomes Tolka Quay Road
• Turn right at Bond Drive
• At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Promenade Road.
• Take the ramp and Continue straight onto East Wall Road.
• At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto North Wall Quay, driving along the River Liffey.
• Turn left at Samuel Beckett Bridge
• Turn left when getting off the bridge and take the first right onto Cardiff Lane and continue onto Macken Street.
• Turn left at Lower Grand Canal Street continue over the bridge onto Upper Grand Canal Street.
• Turn right at Haddington Road after the second set of lights you will be on Mespil Road and the Mespil Hotel will be on your left hand side about 150m from the traffic lights at Baggot street bridge.

Driving from Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port (N31):
• When exiting the carport take a left past the main ferry passenger terminal to a set of traffic lights.
• At the traffic lights take a right, which will bring you onto Crofton Road / N31
• Continue on N31 (along Dunleary road and Seapoint Avenue)
• At the T-junction on Seapoint Avenue take a left at Newtown Avenue / N31.
• Turn right at Frascati Road / N31, continue to follow N31.
• Continue straight onto N31 (Rock Road, Sydney Parade Avenue, Merrion Road, Pembroke Road). You will pass the RDS on your left hand side.
• Go past the American Embassy on you left had side and continue in the left hand lane and continue straight on to stay on Pembroke Road.
• Continue onto Upper Baggot Street.
• Continue to the second set of traffic lights and take a left onto Mespil Road and the Mespil Hotel will be on your left hand side about 150m from the traffic lights.

Arriving to Dublin by Air
Driving from Dublin Airport (M1):
• On leaving Dublin Airport follow signposts for N1/M1 motorway to the city centre.
• At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the M1 ramp and merge onto M1.
• After approximately 3km at junction 1, exit onto N1.
• About 4.5km later, turn left at North Circular Road and continue onto Portland Row, Seville Place, Guild Street and continue onto Samuel Beckett Bridge.
• Turn left when getting off the bridge and take the first right onto Cardiff Lane and continue onto Macken Street.
• Turn left at Lower Grand Canal Street continue over the bridge onto Upper Grand Canal Street.
• Turn right at Haddington Road after the second set of lights you will be on Mespil Road and the Mespil Hotel will be on your left hand side about 150m from the traffic lights at Baggot street bridge.

Using Public Transport from Dublin Airport to Mespil Hotel Dublin

There are several types of buses that you can take from Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre. The Mespil Hotel recommends guests to take the Aircoach, as it is the nearest drop off point to the hotel.

Take the Aircoach - Lepardstown Route, servicing City Centre/ Stillorgan / Sandyford / Lepardstown.
Let the driver know you are staying at the Mespil Hotel and the driver will let you know which stop to get off at. The bus will stop outside DoubleTree by Hilton (formerly the Burlington Hotel), walk in the same direction as the bus was going and take the first left on to Burlington Road. Walk down Burlington Road and follow as it bends to the left. You will see Burlington Plaza on the right hand side and the Mespil Hotel will be the last building on your right. The main entrance to the hotel is on Mespil Road facing the Grand Canal.
The Aircoach operates 24hours, with limited service between midnight and 5am. Fare price: Adult €8.50 single / €14 return, children aged 5-12 €2.50 single / €5.00 return.
If you wish to take a taxi to / from Mespil Hotel and Dublin airport, it will be approximately €30-40 one-way.


Arriving to Dublin by Rail
Using Public Transport from Heuston Station
Take the No 145 Bus from Hueston station to Leeson Street Bridge.
When you get off the bus at Lesson Street Bridge, walk along the canal (stay on pedestrian walkway the right hand side with the canal on your left hand side. The Mespil Hotel is located 450metres further down on the right hand side.

Using Public Transport from Connolly Station
Walk from Connolly Station and follow the signposts for O'Connell Street (walk towards the spire) to get the 38 / 38a Bus. The bus departs from O’Connell Street, near the Millennium Spire (stop OQ/stop 6059), towards Baggot Street and is a very regular service.
Disembark at Upper Baggot Street, Mespil Road junction. Walk back to the junction at Baggot Street Bridge and cross the street. Walk up Mespil Road and the Mespil Hotel is located 150 metres on the left.


Parking
Mespil Hotel offers limited complimentary car parking to hotel residents and this is operated on a first come, first served basis. The Mespil Hotel does not guarantee car parking for residents. If the car park is full, there is on street parking available in the area (pay and display).

Mespil Hotel GPS Co-ordinates
N 53º 20'00
W 6º 14'48

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53.33332, -6.24672

Loc8 code: NN5-57-XK7

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