Bewleys Hotel Newlands Cross

Newlands Cross, Dublin 22, . Dublin, Ireland
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Bewley’s Hotel Newlands Cross is located right next to the Naas Road and Junction 9 off the M50....
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Hotel description Bewleys Hotel Newlands Cross

Bewley’s Hotel Newlands Cross is located right next to the Naas Road and Junction 9 off the M50. It is close to Clondalkin, Tallaght and Lucan Villages and Business Parks. It is s a short distance from Liffey Valley, Punchestown, Dundrum Shopping Centre, Dun Laoghaire Port, Dublin’s City Centre, Aviva Stadium, RDS and South Dublin Business Parks and Districts. TRooms are spacious with elegant and contemporary decor.  

There are several room types which include: Double, Twin, Double/Single, Family and Wheelchair Accessible. The beds have big mattresses; dive in to bed duvets and fluffy pillows. Rooms have flat screen TVs with multi channels. En-suite facilities come as standard with shower and bath combinations, hair dryer and toiletries. There is also ironing equipment and tea/coffee making facilities.

There is FREE WIFI for all guests as well as complimentary usage of the fully equipped fitness room/gym. Guests can also enjoy FREE Parking.

The Brasserie Restaurant is open daily and guests can avail of a buffet breakfast - continental and hot. It offers its well-loved 'Fully Irish Breakfast'. Lunch is served in a buffet style for those who need a quick bite to eat. There are hot dishes as well as cold pasta/salad dishes. There is a deli service for sandwiches and light bites. Dinner is table service and the menu is varied with something for all tastes. Food produce is locally sourced.

The Lounge Bar is a relaxed bar and a great place to meet some friends or business associates. A lounge menu is available with all of the favourite pub grub items.

There are 10 meeting rooms available.

For guests

Complimentary daily newspaper
Further information on the hotel
Reception hours:
24 hours
A maximum of 2 child/children up to the age of 3 year/s (inclusive) will be accommodated free of charge in the parent´s room (with 2 full paying guests). If you have further questions, please contact us Contact.
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Hotel location

Newlands Cross, Dublin 22, . Dublin, Ireland
Distances (km)
  • Airport
  • Highway (M50)
  • Station (Heuston)
  • Trade Fair
  • Congress center
  • Metro / suburban train
  • City district

Hotel features

  • Double rooms: 98
  • Twin rooms: 100
  • Triple rooms: 99
  • Meeting rooms: 12 (Maximum number of persons: 18)
  • Hotel's own parking spaces
  • Wake-up service
  • Safe at reception
  • Wi-Fi
  • Laundry service
  • Reception open day and night
  • Free parking
  • Secretarial service
  • Lift

Room features

  • Desk
  • Mobile phone reception
  • Internet access
  • Telephone
  • Satellite TV
  • Non-smoking room
  • Trouser press
  • Hairdryer
  • Coffee maker
  • Bathtub
  • Bathroom
  • Cable TV
  • TV
  • Shower
  • Cot available
  • Rooms for the disabled

Accepted credit card payments

  • MasterCard
  • AmericanExpress
  • Visa
  • DinersClub
  • EC-Card (Electronic Cash)
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8.6 / 10
June 2009
"Staff is always helpful and professional. You feel very well cared for."
"The address (Naas Road) is very misleading in the era of navigation devices. Have found only by chance despite NAVI the hotel. The address should be the street where the entrance is to be given. Breakfast should perhaps be expanded to include a continental component (some sausage and cheese)."