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White Sands Hotel
White Sands Hotel
8.0 Excellent
Coast Road Portmarnock, Dublin, Ireland
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1.0 mi from city centre, Portmarnock 
ExcellentBased on 1,252 reviews
8.0

Situated in Portmarnock, White Sands Hotel Portmarnock is an easy drive from Malahide and offers limited hours room service, a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. The numerous facilities this modern hotel features include massage services, meeting rooms and luggage storage.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Portmarnock:$168/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$97/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Thursday
$123 - $234
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$132 - $224
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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White Sands Hotel
White Sands Hotel
8.0 Excellent
Coast Road Portmarnock, Dublin, Ireland
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8.5 mi from city centre, Dublin 

Situated in Portmarnock, White Sands Hotel Portmarnock is an easy drive from Malahide and offers limited hours room service, a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. The numerous facilities this modern hotel features include massage services, meeting rooms and luggage storage.

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White Sands Hotel
White Sands Hotel
8.0 Excellent
Coast Road Portmarnock, Dublin, Ireland
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8.5 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Portmarnock, White Sands Hotel Portmarnock is an easy drive from Malahide and offers limited hours room service, a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. The numerous facilities this modern hotel features include massage services, meeting rooms and luggage storage.

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About Portmarnock

A coastal retreat north of Dublin, Portmarnock makes for a quiet country escape from the Irish capital. A relaxing day on the beach or a few hours on the links are the most activity tourists will find here. But its visitors likely wouldn’t have it any other way.

Portmarnock is perhaps best known for its world-class golf course, opened in 1894. That historic course is accompanied by a newer one, designed around the Jameson distilling family’s former home by Bernhard Langer and opened in the 1990s. South of town, the Portmarnock Golf Club hosts a number of top events, and there are plenty of other active pursuits in the area. As a coastal town, Portmarnock also has a beach, often called “The Velvet Strand” for its smooth sands. A lifeguard monitors it from early April to October, and wind and kite surfers are hardly an uncommon sight.

Portmarnock is accessible via Dublin’s northern commuter rail or the Dublin-Belfast line. The city has also been added to the DART network and is served by a number of bus routes.

Settled since Neolithic times, Portmarnock earned its current name as early as the 5th century when Saint Marnoch or Mernoc arrived in the town’s port. Past famous residents have included broadcaster Eamonn Andrews in the 1970s and 80s, and singer Brian McFadden until 2004.

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  • What are the best hotels in Portmarnock?

    White Sands Hotel (8.0/10 from 1,252 reviews) is a popular and highly-rated option in Portmarnock.