The 4 star Red Cow Moran Hotel Dublin
HOLY COW, when did this become so good?
Everyone knows the 4 star Red Cow Moran Hotel on the Naas Road in Dublin. It’s a landmark. The gateway between Dublin city and every other part of Ireland. It’s been there forever and it’s as reassuring as a welcome home sign.
You know the Red Cow Moran Hotel, but you might not know that we’ve changed. Completely.
What happened here?
We have totally transformed your favourite 4 star hotel in Dublin and the Red Cow Moran Hotel is better than ever.
We’ve added a stunning seven storey extension, with gorgeous guestrooms, a gym, new dining options, 21 event, entertainment and conference spaces, including an 800-seat suite – it’s like a little world of its own here. You’re going to absolutely love what we’ve done with the place.
SO WHAT'S NOT NEW?
Well, we’ve still got the best location at the edge of the city where the M50 meets the N7 Naas Road. You can still get to any part of the city or the country from here as well as Dublin City Centre, Dublin Airport and Heuston and Connolly train stations.
We’ve still got that great atmosphere and the incredibly friendly staff. And we’ve still got those little quirks that made you love the Red Cow Moran Hotel in the first place.
Yes, we’ve got room for you
The new seven-story extension brings our number of guestrooms up to 275, including suites with sweeping views across Dublin, family suites, executive and deluxe rooms, all beautifully finished with elegant touches and subtle nods here and there to, well, to the cow.
Time to eat
When it’s time to eat you’re truly blessed. The Red Cow Moran Hotel a choice of restaurants and bars, some of which you’ve never seen before.
Like Tom’s Table, a brand-new concept for us and one we can’t wait to introduce you to. There’s also The Link Lounge with Coffee Dock & Wine Bar, the Red Cow Inn and Cocktail Bar along with a programme of world-class entertainment.
Have you herd?
We’re still THE place for conferences, events and weddings in Dublin – Is there anyone in Ireland who doesn’t know where we are and how to get here?