Did you know that Aspect hotel park West offers a range of self-catering serviced apartments, especially for our long-stay guests? Here’s why you might choose a serviced apartment over a standard hotel room for your next long-term trip to Dublin.
Flexibility 
Hotel rooms, although luxurious and comfortable, can be quite restrictive when staying for a longer term. You don’t have a lot of flexibility when it comes to preparing food, traveling as part of a party or the spa...


You may have noticed that we are not a city centre hotel, in fact, we are approximately 8kms from the centre of Dublin. This may discourage tourists and business travellers from considering Aspect Park West as an accommodation option, but it shouldn’t. We are very well connected by road, rail, bus and Luas. Here are some of the easiest ways to reach us:
By Road If you are driving to Park West, you’re in luck. Not only are we close to the new Nangor Road, but we are easily accessible ...

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If you have an upcoming business trip to Dublin, you’ll have noticed the high volume of hotels you have to choose from. Our hotel in Park West outshines each of these for a number of reasons, making us a fantastic location for your next corporate stay in Dublin.

Location

We are ideally located in Park West Business Campus, just off the N7 junction on the M50 motorway making us easily reachable from all parts of the country and the airport. As we are outside of Dub...

Iveagh Gardens Dublin


Dublin is romantic as it gets. We have castles, beautiful architecture and cosy restaurants on every corner but some parts of the city will make you feel extra dreamy! If you’re looking for a pretty spot to impress your significant other, or to woo a prospective other half, take a walk around any of the idyllic places below
Farmleigh Boathouse If you like ‘long walks in the park’, they don’t get any bigger than Dublin’s Phoenix Park, on the ou...

Dublin city


When the excitement of Christmas and New Years have died down and its back to work for most of us, January can be a very slow month. It’s easy to feel deflated after a month-long celebration but that’s no reason to stay home and sulk. There are plenty of great activities in Dublin over the Winter months to keep you active and entertained, here are some of our favourites: Hiking January is a great time to detox your body, exercise more and