The Croke Park Hotel
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
When you stay at The Croke Park Hotel in Dublin, you’ll be near the airport and minutes from James Joyce Cultural Centre and Garden of Remembrance. This 4-star hotel is close to Ha’ Penny Bridge and The Convention Centre Dublin.
Make yourself at home in one of the 232 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Food & Drink
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel’s restaurant, which serves breakfast and dinner. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café, and 24-hour room service is provided. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in. This hotel has 7 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
We had a group dinner at Hawthorn Restaurant. The restaurant looks lovely with its art deco style. Facilities were clean. Service and food were very good. I ordered salmon for starter, hake for main and chocolate fondue for dessert.
Stayed for business and my husband came with me. My conference was across street and my husband loved tour of Croke Park. Amazing breakfast. Wonderful room/ shower. Housekeeping staff was tremendous! Easy 20 minute walk to Temple Bar. Highly recommend
We just got back from 15 days in Europe and our first stop was in Dublin where we stayed at The Croke Park. Looking back on our trip some of our fondest memories were with the staff at The Croke Park who were very accommodating and made us laugh. Lorraine in the restaurant was very personable and friendly and made sure our needs were met. I had lost my phone in a taxi one night and Jennifer at the front desk went above and beyond to try to help us locate the phone and when we did find it was as excited as we were. All and all a great stay and I would recommend to my friends and family.
My daughter and I were travelling to celebrate two events. A belated 60th birthday and a forthcoming graduation. We travel regularly to 4 and 5 star hotels. I have never had a check in like the one we had anywhere in the world. A trainee who was unfriendly, surly, inefficient and extremely unwelcoming. Had been promised a room with access to the executive lounge and possibly an upgrade in writing in April. Told we had neither as hotel was full. This was first impression of the hotel. Eventually given room on 3rd floor with access. Told nothing about checkout times, where the lounge was, etc. On second morning the lounge was unattended, almost everything needing replenished, dirty cups and plates everywhere, hardly any plates or bowls. I had to phone on my own phone down to reception. Waited 10-15 minutes and waitress arrived and started to clear things away. Nothing replenished. My daughter went down to reception. A member of staff came up and loudly in front of guests said it was for guests on the 4th floor! Did I know breakfast was downstairs? We were offered pancakes and for me one slice of French toast. We later spoke to Pascal, the Manager. She admitted it was a disappointment and during discussion said to leave out bags, come back for a meal to make up for it all or 'anything you want'. I immediately said I wanted to leave and not really return. The lady at reception who spoke to us in lounge came to the hotel door to speak to us. Again she said prior to our flight at 8pm to leave bags, that she would organise a complimentary taxi to the airport and to have either a meal in the bar or a complimentary meal of three courses in the restaurant which she said was open from 5pm. She said it was to make up for the negative experience in the lounge. She shook my hand and told me she'd take care of it all. Reluctantly I left my bags, returned by taxi to the hotel from the Guinness Storehouse which we had limited time to spend (35 minutes) because of the waste of 90 minutes at 'breakfast '. We went to the restaurant. We did not order three courses, we did not order alcoholic drinks, we explained that it was at Pascal and the other manager's invitation. We ordered a main course only and a bottle of water to share. Not exactly taking advantage! Imagine our humiliation when the head waiter came to the table after our order to tell us that a message from Pascal that it is EITHER one course only OR a taxi. But not both! Then five minutes later the second waiter comes to the table to say it's only ONE course (which is what was ordered) and everything else ordered is to 'come out my pocket!' At that we chose to leave the restaurant saying to cancel the order. I was not only angry, I was enraged! However, it gets better. The young concierge Sean saw how upset and angry I was and was the only one to deal with things. He immediately ordered a taxi and arranged for me to speak to Ian. Ian saw just how humiliated I was made to feel. Abbas (a Duty Manager) stood at reception with two young trainees and openly discussed the situation and laughing with the young women. Again, extremely humiliating. When I asked him to say it directly to me instead of as if I wasn't there in front of him, he replied 'I'm done with this conversation' and left the desk.The taxi arrived and of course it was not the hotel paying but it had been arranged by the hotel for me to pay. Abbas came to the taxi and confirmed I was to pay cash. Why, oh why, did staff promise that they would arrange and offer this and then it's even more humiliation to the customer than in the morning? Foolishly I returned to the hotel in a taxi to be treated in this way by many members of staff. I wonder if male guests would have been treated in this way? It certainly was a very bad stay from beginning to end and definitely not the double celebration I awaited. My daughter and I were treated as though we were trying to get a free meal and taxi, neither of which I had requested at any time, but what had been promised by two managers to try to 'restore my impressions of Croke Park Hotel'.
Nice hotel, with friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are clean and spacious. The hotel is well located and in close proximity to the city center and the 3 Arena where we were at a concert. Would recommend this to other people and we will definitely be back.