Maldron Hotel Smithfield

Dublin 7
Co. Dublin, Ireland
D07 RF2Y

Getting To Maldron Hotel Smithfield

With 92 newly refurbished bedrooms combined with exceptional service, Maldron Hotel Smithfield has everything you need for a perfect hotel break in Dublin. With an abundance of things to see and do right on our doorstep, our hotel is the perfect base to stay and explore this wonderful city. Nearby attractions and venues include 3Arena, Vicar Street, Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo, Jameson Distillery and Guinness Storehouse.

Maldron Hotel Smithfield is located 15 minutes’ walk from O’Connell Street and is easily accessible to transport routes from Dublin Airport, bus and train stations and within 2 minutes’ walk from the LUAS RED line stop (Smithfield).

Maldron Hotel Smithfield

Dublin 7
Co. Dublin, 
D07 RF2Y

Tel: +353(0)1 485 0900

GPS 53 34′ 9.43, -6 27′ 83.77

Driving directions from M50

Being within a 10-minute drive away from M50 (Exit 7), our location is easy to access, no matter what the route you are on (M1, M2, M3, N7, N4, N11 or N81) while coming into Dublin.

  • Once off M50 (Exit 7), take direction onto City Centre (Chapelizod Bypass) and continue straight for 6.7 km,
  • Turn right onto Wolfe Tone Quay, turn left onto Church Street, left onto King Street, left again to Queen Street and you will see the car park entrance on your left.
  • Upon car park entry, collect the ticket and drive to -2 level.
  • Park on the left side, follow hotel signage and access through the private guest entrance.
  • Please mind your ticket and ensure to validate at the hotel reception for a special rate before your departure.
  • Parking payment can be made either through parking machines on the ground floor or with concierge directly on the exit.

Parking at Maldron Hotel Smithfield

For your convenience, the multi-storey car-park adjoining Maldron Hotel Smithfield can be accessed from Queen Street and hotel residents receive special discounted parking rates from just €18 for 24 hours.

More Info

Directions from Dublin City Centre – O’Connell Street (2km)


The LUAS red line Smithfield stop is located just 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel. When you arrive at the Smithfield stop you will see Smithfield square behind you. Maldron Hotel Smithfield is located at the top of the square next to the Fresh Supermarket.

The LUAS arrives approx. every 10 minutes during peak times. The cost of a single journey is €2.10 for an adult. For more information on timetables check out the LUAS official website. The Smithfield LUAS stop provides easy access to the new cross-city LUAS which connects both the red and green line LUAS.


For guests driving from O’Connell Street to the hotel, the best route is to take the R148 which runs west along the River Liffey. After 3km turn right onto N1 and continue for 2km before turning left onto North King Street (R804) and Maldron Hotel Smithfield will be located on the left-hand side.

Directions from Dublin Airport (12km)

Maldron Hotel Smithfield is located just 12km from Dublin Airport. The hotel is within easy access of the airport and main bus and rail stations and only 2 minutes’ walk from the LUAS stop. Within close proximity to the city centre, tourist attractions, hospitals and Dublin’s legal district it’s a versatile choice.


Taxis are available from the airport, although availability may be limited during peak travel times. Journey time is approx. 30 minutes and you can expect to pay between €25 and €30 (meter dependent).


Airlink Bus 747 stops on O’Connell Street and it is a 15-minute walk to the hotel. Fares are approx. €12 return or €7 single for an adult, the journey time is approx. 40 minutes.

Aircoach Route 700 is accessible from Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. The coach stops on O’Connell Street and it is a 15-minute walk to the hotel. Fares are approx. €12.00 return or €7.00 single for an adult. The journey time is approx. 40 minutes.


For guests driving from Dublin Airport to the hotel, the most direct route is to take the M1 from Dublin Airport following directions for Dublin City Centre. Exit the M1 onto the N1 after 6km and continue for 5.6km. This route will take you onto North King Street (R804) and Maldron Hotel Smithfield will be located on the left-hand side.

Car Hire

Car hire is available from Dublin Airport. You can book your car rental online prior to arriving at Dublin Airport with Irish Car Rentals.

Our Neighbourhood

Maldron Hotel Smithfield is located on Smithfield Square, Dublin 7. The Smithfield area has undergone extensive renovations over the past number of years where it previously was used as an open market. Since then the area has become home to an array of trendy restaurants, cafes and bars as well as attractions like the Jameson Distillery, The Story of the Irish and the Lighthouse Cinema, all facing out onto a contemporary open square.

To the east of Smithfield Square is the Four Courts and home to Dublin’s legal district. With the Law Society, the Four Courts and the Criminal Courts right on the doorstep of the hotel, it provides the business traveller direct access on foot to all of the main legal buildings in Dublin.

To the north of the square is Grangegorman home to Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) new campus. At present, the campus is home to art & design and social science, the remainder of colleges will be moving to the campus in 2017. On completion, the campus will hold up to 10,000 students and will be the largest college in Ireland.

At the bottom of the square the LUAS (tram) line stops, the red line serves O’Connell Street, IFSC and the 3Arena in one direction and Heuston Station, Tallaght and Saggart in the other direction.

There are a number of hospitals located within close proximity of Smithfield including St. James Hospital, Mater Hospital and Charter Medical Clinic.

Contact Us

To find out about our latest offers or to get directions, visit our special offers page, phone our friendly reservations team on +353 (0)1 485 0900 or email where we can assist in planning your trip or holiday to Dublin.

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