Accessible Rooms

Maldron Hotel Newlands Cross understands that all our guests have different needs and we aim to ensure that the facilities in the hotel are accessible to all of our guests.

Our wheelchair accessible rooms are spacious and suit the needs of those in wheelchairs or use walking frames. The bathrooms have had the showers and baths taken out and have been converted into wet rooms, fitted with hand rails to ensure convenience for guests.

Rooms

These accessible rooms have been designed differently to ensure there is enough space for a wheelchair or walking frame and that guests can move around with ease.

Accessibility

We are proud to be verified as offering superb levels of accessibility throughout our hotel. Please click the button below for full details or contact us if you would like any additional information.

Hotel Accessibility

Dining and Reception areas

Our reception, Grain & Grill Restaurant and lounge are all wheelchair accessible with specially designed ramps and space available throughout the restaurant and the Bar & Lounge.

Car parking

For those travelling by car, we have several designated disabled car spaces located close to the main entrance of the hotel.

Book a stay in our wheelchair friendly hotel for any trip to Dublin.

We have a limited number of these rooms, so please ensure to contact our reservations team directly to book on +353 1 4640 140.

Check in: 2.00pm

Check-out: 11.00am

Book a room

Key Features

  • Acceptance of assistance dogs
  • Access to ground flood bedrooms
  • Designated car parking space
  • Drop off point at the front door for wheelchair access
  • Grab rails in bathroom
  • Handles in shower cubicle
  • Level entry to the main hotel, restaurant and bar
  • Pull cords for alarms in bathrooms
  • Wide doors

Delighting you is what delights us…

Our record stands for itself – but our guests say it best

Book a room

 
minus 1 night-plus 1 night+

Success

Thank you for signing up to our newsletter.

Error

There has been an error and you have not been signed up to the newsletter. Please try again. If the problem persists, please contact us.