Hotel near Four Courts

Maldron Hotel Smithfield offers itself as the perfect location for anyone working in Dublin’s legal district and provides the business traveller direct access by foot to all of the legal district’s main areas.

The Four Courts, located on Inns Quay, is a Dublin landmark. Designed by the renowned architect James Gandon and built in 1796, it continues to serve as Ireland’s main court buildings and is home to the High Court, Supreme Court and Dublin Circuit Court.

In 2010, the Dublin Criminal Courts of Justice opened for criminal trials and the Four Courts used for civil cases. Maldron Hotel Smithfield is located just 5 minutes’ walk from both the Four Courts and the Dublin Criminal Court.

The Law Society of Ireland is located behind the hotel on Blackhall Place, Dublin 7, while the Society of Kings Inns is a 5 to 10 minutes walk to Henrietta St, Dublin 1.

Maldron Hotel Smithfield is the ideal base if seeking accommodation near the Children’s Court at nearby Brunswick Street which is just 5 minutes’ walk away and the Bar Council of Ireland is equally close on Church Street. The Probation Services building is at the end of Smithfield Plaza and is a 3-minute walk from our doors.

Reserve your stay directly via Make it Maldron and get a €10 discount every time you book online.

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If you are looking for a hotel in the legal district of Dublin then choose Maldron Hotel Smithfield and be perfectly based for your hotel stay.

Centrally located in the heart of Dublin city, Maldron Hotel Smithfield offers comfortable, spacious and affordable 4-star accommodation, with 92 bedrooms, exceptional service, complimentary WiFi as well as on-site bar and restaurant.

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

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