Croke Park stadium in Dublin is home to GAA games and is the third largest stadium in Europe with a capacity of 82,000 seated spectators. Originally built in 1894, it has since undergone extensive re-construction to become a state-of-the-art stadium.
Hotel Near Croke Park
If you are looking for a hotel near Croke Park, Clayton Hotel Burlington Road is the hotel for you, it has a long and distinguished history with the GAA as the venue for the All-Ireland Banquet following the finals each year. Walk in the footsteps of your GAA hero’s by staying in the Clayton Burlington Road.
How to Get to Croke Park
It’s easy to get to the stadium from here;
Catch number 11 Dublin Bus from outside the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road to the stop outside Drumcondra Station. Croke Park is 5 minutes walk down Clonliffen Road.
Journey time is typically 20 minutes but on match days traffic can take longer.
After The Match
Whether you are celebrating or commiserating, the atmosphere in B Bar at Clayton Hotel Burlington Road is friendly and lively, perfect for post match analysis.
Croke Park Stadium Tours & GAA Museum
A must for all GAA fans, the tour gives you exclusive glimpses behind the scenes and opportunity to walk on the hallowed pitch. The fascinating museum contains memorabilia and history of some of the most famous moments.
Discover more and book tickets at crokepark.ie
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