At the Aspect Hotel Park West, we want to keep all of our customers up to date with what we are doing during this time to stay safe. Aspect Hotel remains open for all essential travel requirements.
We are still offering our corporate rates and special rates for HSE staff are available. Email any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our location just off many major motorways puts us in easy reach of many business parks and building merchants.
Centrepoint Business Park (0.2 km)
Ballymount Industrial Estate (4.8km)
Fonthill Business Park (3km)
Liffey Valley (5 km)
Grange Castle Business Park (4 km)
Citywest Business Campus (5km)
Greenogue & Aerodome Business Park (9.6 km)
Our close proximity to the M50 and ample free parking makes the Aspect Hotel Park West the ideal choice when travelling to Dublin. With a great choice of fast, efficient public transport options direct to the City Centre, you can avoid Dublin traffic. The Park West train station is just 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel and offers frequent trains to both the City Centre and into Kildare. You can grab a 79a Dublin bus just outside the hotel. Route 151, this high-frequency service operates from Grangecastle to the Docklands Station (close to IFSC) on the QBC, via Nangor Road, Long Mile Road, Crumlin, Dolphins Barn, Christchurch & O’Connell Bridge.
We are also on the Luas Line! We offer a bus transfer to the nearest Luas stop (Kylemore), which takes just 5 minutes. The Luas will whisk you into the city centre in 20 minutes from the Kylemore stop.
Here in Aspect Hotel, we are taking Safety First
Caring for our guests, customers, and employees is always a priority. While we consistently maintain high standards of hygiene in our property, we have implemented additional measures in response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19). These measures are in place to mitigate any potential risks and follow the recommended guidelines from the HSE.
What are we doing for Covid 19?
To prevent the spread of Covid 19 and keep our staff and guests safe, we have the following actions in place:
- Sufficient supply of hand sanitisers, gloves, masks, paper towels and disinfectant materials
- Comprehensive employee communications policy to ensure reliable, up-to-date information is communicated to employees and to clarify procedures and policies around mitigating the risks associated with Covid-19
- Posters in public bathrooms to inform of good hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette
- Additional tissues available in public areas
- Additional cleaning of public areas and frequently touched surfaces (door handles / reception desk/elevator buttons) – using products which are effective in killing the virus
- Property linen washed on a higher temperature
- We have provided sanitiser stations throughout the buildings
- We have identified all common touchpoints and have implemented a thorough sanitisation of these points
- Extra public area staff have been rostered to ensure regular sanitising of commonly touched surfaces
- Our internal communications platforms are ensuring an efficient flow of protocols and updates
- We have circulated HSE & WHO guidelines on personal hygiene and travel arrangements to all employees
- We have implemented full procedures for sanitising guestrooms including all touchpoints e.g. remote controls, handles, light switches
- We are committed to providing the additional manpower required to implement best practice procedures
- We are committed to playing our part in trying to prevent Covid-19 from escalating.
We ask that our customers do the same and follow the HSE & WHO guidelines regarding personal hygiene and Covid-19.
Guidelines for customers
Consider the following advice on how to protect yourself from COVID-19 infection.
Wash hands properly and regularly:
- Before and after eating or drinking
- After going to the toilet, nose-blowing, sneezing or coughing
- After cleaning procedures, handling waste and waste bins
- After handling contaminated (dirty) items
- Whenever hands become visibly dirty
- If in contact with a sick person, especially those with respiratory symptoms
- Cover mouth when coughing and sneezing
- Cover nose and mouth with disposable tissues – if you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your arm or sleeve (not hand)
- Place used tissues into a sealed bin – wash your hand
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean
- Review travel guidance from your own country’s Department of Foreign Affairs and the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs