Dublin Airport Reviews

AVERAGE RATING

         

4 out of 5 stars

Based on 35 user reviews

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Reviews from the Community

    • Guest
    • 0 helpful votes

    So tired!

             

    14.10.2017

    Pros: Multi Faith Prayer room was warm and quiet

    Cons: We got kicked out!

    A few weeks ago I slept undisturbed all night in the Prayer room no bother, tonight we got kicked out by a policeman even though the staff at security said to rest here until they reopen at 4am. Be warned!!!

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    • Guest
    • 1 helpful votes

    Relaxing Night

             

    17.06.2017

    (Guest Review by AndMer) Terminal 2 – Went to Oak Café Bar at Landside Arrivals in T2. It closed around 9 pm when I arrived. From 10 to 11 pm they were cleaning the area which was loud and we had to get up and move for a couple of minutes. After that it was a very quite night. Around 20-30 people here. If you manage to secure one or, even better, two of the arm chairs you can get some pretty good naptime (I never really sleep at airports) and have relativly restfull night. Employees from Oak's show up after 3am and at 4 am the night is over since the Terminal is now open and lot's of people show up.

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    Dublin Airport

             

    23.06.2017

    Terminal 1 – Wonderful airport to sleep in. Plenty of other people also sleeping around so I felt safer by safety in numbers. Also side note: the internet access boxes are now 12.5 cents, not 11.5. (But there is free wifi that is great. I streamed a TV show no problem.)

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    • Guest
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    Dublin Airport

             

    27.02.2017

    Terminal 2 – The tip about the PRM room was very good. Total privacy but the couches are just some pillowed chairs that you can move around but too small if you are 6 feet tall.

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    • Guest
    • 3 helpful votes

    Not bad at all

             

    01.10.2016

    Pros: WIFI!!!

    Cons: Not too many sleep spots landside more airside

    (Review by ) Well Dublin airport is hard to sum up, but easy enough to sleep. You won’t be stopped from sleeping unless by cleaners. I’ve seen airport police watching over sleepers at night to make sure they are ok. Best part was free, fast and unlimited wifi! Terminal 1 landside has good sleeping spots up in beside mcdonalds but these seats usually fill up fast. Security opens at 3.30 am for Terminal 1. Terminal 2 has good sleeping spots beside restaurants, but not as comfy as terminal 1. Security opens up at 4am. My recommend the following. Try to find a sleeping spot in the restaurants and then try to be at T1 security (5 minutes walk away from terminal 2) at 3.30am to go through.

    There are good couches and sleeping spots down at the 301-307 gates, 333-335 gates and at the end of the duty free for terminal 1 airside. For Terminal 2 you can get there from terminal 1 security and walk 5 minutes to terminal 2 by following the 400 gates signs. My secret find and secret room I found in terminal 2 was beside the escalator at gate 407 and 408. Beside the water fountain and the escalator (there’s a small and tall one) there’s a room called PRM room. If you need for help look for the lifts to USBCP in terminal 2 beside the big american flag and it is the room beside the lifts. Inside it there’s an empty room with some of the nicest couches you’ll find for free, airport staff usually sleep here! Great quiet spot for a sleep. Gates are hidden on the screens until 45 minutes before the flight. However, if you go down to the gates themselves usually the screens display the gate numbers.

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