Dublin Airport Family Rooms

If the children don’t sleep well, nobody does. Our Dublin Airport hotel Family Rooms let you feel at home. Depending on the number of children and their ages, you may opt for interconnecting rooms, Triple Rooms, Standard Family Rooms or Superior Family Rooms.

Standard Family Rooms

  • Up to 2 adults & 2 children
  • One double and one queen sized double bed
  • Approx. 26m²

Standard Family Rooms are newly refurbished and feature one double bed and one queen-sized bed providing well-appointed accommodate for up to two adults and two children. On check-in our younger guests will receive a Maldron Hotels Kid’s activity pack. Rooms have all the features you would expect of a grade A four-star Maldron Hotel. Children and adults alike can avail of free 100MB uninterrupted WiFi throughout the hotel and the flat screen TVs have great selection of channels.

Superior Family Rooms

  • Up to 4 adults
  • 2 queen-sized double beds
  • Approx. 26m²

Our Superior Family Room is newly refurbished, features a modern bathroom with bath, and provides two queen-sized beds providing well-appointed accommodation for two adults and two children, or a small group of friends. Besides flat screen TV to enjoy movies all together and the Maldron Kid’s activity pack, the room has all the amenities you would expect plus complimentary mineral water and handmade chocolates, slippers, bathrobes and luxury toiletries.

Larger Family Rooms

For larger family rooms, interconnecting rooms, or a second family room, please call the hotel for excellent value offers on +353 (0)1 808 0500.

Check in: 3.00pm

Check-out: 11.00pm

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Key Features

  • Bath or Shower
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Digital TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities
  • Wakeup Call

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