Car Hire Dublin Airport (DUB)
Unit B4C Airport Business Park
Easirent Car Hire Dublin Airport
Telephone: +353 1 695 0324
Bank Holidays 05:00 – 00:30
Payment Types Accepted
Welcome to Easirent Car Hire Dublin Airport
Hello, my name is Mark and I am the Branch Manager for the Dublin Airport branch. My team and I welcome you to Ireland!
We have a great range of new cars all ready for collection. From small hatchbacks and family cars to large executive vehicles which are very popular for our corporate clients. Book direct on our website today for our lowest prices!
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How to find us when you arrive at Dublin Airport
Arriving at Dublin Airport by air, please call us on +353 1695 0324 to arrange a shuttle transfer to the branch. The collection point is zone 14 outside the main arrivals hall. If you would like to hire from the city centre, then the Easirent Dublin City branch can cater for all your needs.
Arriving at Dublin Airport by train. With no direct connections to Dublin Airport you should catch a bus or hire a taxi to one of the closest stations. The main stations are located in the city centre itself which are Connolly and Heuston.
Arriving at Dublin Airport by bus. With over one thousand buses arriving and departing from a busy Dublin Airport you can easily find the right bus to bring you to departures in plenty of time before your flight. Ireland has excellent connecting bus routes from all over the country.
The airport operates a “zone” system for bus travel – Dublin Bus, Airlink, Aircoach and Airport Hopper all operate reliable services to and from the airport.
Dropping off your car at Dublin Airport. You should you return your car to the following address
(a shuttle bus will return you to the airport):
Easirent Dublin Airport
Collinstown Business Park
Airport Road, Cloghran
Dublin Airport Guide
Enjoy the comfort and relaxing atmosphere of the Executive Lounges in Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 for up to three hours – for only €19.95 per person. The airport offers an excellent service to all passengers regardless of airline or class of ticket. Available in Terminal 1 & 2. Available for departing flights only.
Terminals Opening Hours
Terminal 1: From 04.45 to 21.00
Terminal 2: From 05.00 to 22.30
If you are travelling with your family then ensure you have all your necessary documents stored in one handy place where you can quickly hand over to inspection staff. For luggage – double check that your suitcases and bags meet weight and security limits and if you are travelling with a baby please remember to pack everything they need in your in-flight travel bag.
Baby Change – Baby changing facilities are available throughout Terminal 1 & 2.
One Way Car Hire
Some of our customers prefer to drop off their hire vehicle at a different branch to where they picked up. Easirent are happy to offer such service and often it can work out cheaper for hirers to choose a one way car hire option where you would pick up from Cork and drop off at Dublin for example.
Benefit from free internet access at Dublin Airport. To use this free service simply connect your device to the airport wireless which your phone, tablet or laptop should pick up immediately once you arrive in the arrivals/departures lounge.
Airport Printing Facilities
Want to print a favourite photo from your travels or log on to high speed internet to quickly access your emails? Check out Surfbox who have kiosks located throughout the airport.
Eating at the Airport
From convenient fast food outlets to high quality cafés and restaurants, there is plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink to suit all types of taste buds at Dublin Airport.
Easirent Dublin Travel Guide: Must See Attractions
Visiting Dublin this year? Great! Check out the Easirent top “must see” attractions for this holiday season.
Whether you like the unspoilt beauty of the surrounding countryside, historic city landmarks or a fun packed visit to the city centre shopping and food districts; this city has something for everyone.
5. St Stephens Green
Escape from the hustle and bustle if only for a short while by visiting the beautiful St. Stephens park. Reopened in the 1880s, this stunning Victorian park is over 22 acres in size and features mesmerising waterfalls and unspoilt gardens linked by pleasant pathways and trails.
For families, there is a children’s play area and if you are visiting Dublin during the summer season, be sure to look out for the lunchtime concerts held at the bandstand. The park is located right near the city centre at the top of Grafton Street, so take some time out in tranquil surroundings after a busy day of shopping.
4. Dublin Literary Pub Crawl
It wouldn’t be proper to visit Dublin without partaking in a drink or two at a local pub but why not combine this with a splendid 2 hour tour of the city’s most famous watering holes accompanied by a couple of entertaining actors who will take you down memory lane to a time of the literary greats.
Listen to extracts from the works of Joyce, Wilde and Heaney whilst visiting iconic pubs like The Duke who will also serve food if required. The whole tour takes over 2 hours to complete and is on every night during the holiday season.
3. Croke Park Skyline Stadium Tour
For unrivalled views across Dublin and an opportunity to visit one of the most iconic sporting venues in the country, consider our 3 number choice, Croke Park. The skyline tour includes admission to the fantastic GAA museum and virtual games room but the chance to walk up on the stadium roof is the real thrill of this attraction.
With 6 viewing points located around the stadium, access is on a secure walking platform but please note: this attraction is not suitable for very small children as you need to be at least 1.2 metres tall to be allowed to walk on the roof.
2. Dublin Zoo
Did you know that Dublin Zoo is over 180 years old and annually attracts over a million visitors from all over the world? The zoo itself is located in the city centre and has a multitude of fun filled activities to the last the day.
With over 400 animals and birds on display, be sure to give yourself plenty of time to explore all areas of the zoo including the recreated habitats of the African Savannah and for the brave, the House of Reptiles!
1. Guinness Storehouse
Probably the most famous brewery in the world? (excuse the pun). Be sure to make time for a visit to the world renowned Guinness brewery where, since 1759 they have been making black stout synonymous with Dublin city and the Emerald Isle.
The tour includes tasting sessions and a full visitor experience where, over several floors you learn just how they make Guinness and the day is topped off by paying a visit to the Gravity Bar where you can sit, relax and look over this fine city with a pint of the good stuff.