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M3AAWG 58th General Meeting Hotel, Travel and Destination Information

Health and safety requirements for each meeting, including vaccination and masking, will be set according to local government and public health recommendations applicable at the time of the event. M3AAWG may change, update, or add to these requirements at any time as it deems prudent to best protect the health and safety of attendees and others, and attendees must comply with relevant policies and requirements as communicated by M3AAWG. 

Please check here frequently for updates on meeting requirements. Contact M3AAWG Support for all questions and issues at support@m3aawg.org


Clayton Hotel – Burlington Road 5 Upper Lesson Street | Dublin, 4, Ireland | Phone: +353.1.618.5600

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The M3AAWG Rate will be offered 3 DAYS before and after the meeting based on availability. The M3AAWG negotiated room rate is guaranteed until Friday May 12, 2023. After May 12th, please contact the hotel directly to determine availability.

Reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card at time of booking. The accommodation, including all additional extra fees, will be paid upon departure.

The individuals can make reservations directly to the Hotel by:

Room Rate:

Standard King Room                  €219,92 EUR Single

Standard Twin Room                  €239,13 EUR Double

*Room rate includes VAT (9%) and breakfast. (Note: No M3AAWG breakfast will be provided)
  This room rate is non-commissionable to travel agents.
  If you are interested in upgrading to a suite, please contact the hotel directly.

Check In Time: 15:00
Check Out Time: 12:00

Cancellation Policy: Credit cards are needed to guarantee reservations.  Reservations cancelled by 2PM local time the day prior to arrival will receive a full refund of their deposit.  Any reservation cancelled after 2PM local time the day prior to arrival or no shows will forfeit 1 night’s room and tax revenue.

Fitness Center:
Location:  2nd Floor
Hours of Operation:  24hrs
Cost:  Complimentary for hotel guest

High Speed Internet Access in Sleeping Rooms: Complimentary, if booked in the M3AAWG group room block.

Business Center:
Location:  6thFloor
Hours of Operation:  24hrs
Cost:  Complimentary for hotel guest


Dublin Airport (DUB
Distance from hotel: 8 miles / 13 km
Drive time: 36 minutes

Driving Directions to Hotel from DUB

Aircoach bus (http://www.aircoach.ie/):  €9,00 EUR one-way

Taxi:  €35,00 EUR one-way (note all taxis take credit cards)

Uber Black: €45,00 - €59,00 EUR

On-Site Parking:  €15,00 EUR per night/vehicle (overnight for guests)

Citizens of the EEA member states (the 27 countries of the European Union EU, together with Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) and many other countries including USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa do not require visas to gain entry to Republic or Northern Ireland. The full list of countries whose citizens do NOT require a visa can be found here.

Full visa requirements are available at https://www.dfa.ie/travel/visas/

Updated Requirements for Air Travelers to the Ireland due to COVID-19
Please review the General COVID-19 Travel Advisory for Ireland. All non-immigrant, non-citizen air travelers to Ireland current status can be found at, click Here

Dublin, Ireland:

Dublin happily remains an intimate capital that mixes elegant Georgian buildings, wrought-iron bridges, a battalion of booksellers, and more than 1,000 pubs. The heart of the city is the River Liffey, which runs east to west, splitting Dublin neatly in two. The more affluent Southside has a greater concentration of sights, and it can seem a world apart from the more working-class Northside. North or south, Dublin is compact and easily navigated, making it a great walking city

Despite being roughly a thousand years old, Dublin is most definitely a 21st-century town. The cobblestoned streets, the splendid towers of Trinity College, and the gracious squares of Georgian Dublin still echo with history—but the high-tech boom of the past decade has radically changed the face of the city, particularly in the shining new Docklands area. Today’s Dublin is a confident, cosmopolitan hub filled with excellent restaurants, world-class theaters, and raucous nightlife—and, of course, storied old pubs, where you can encounter funny, gregarious locals in their natural habitat.

Currency:      € EUR                                      
Voltage:         220 V    
Language:    English and Irish (Gaelic)                       

10% - Tipping is common, but is still not as expected (or as generous) as in the USA. If a restaurant adds a service charge (usually 10%) no tip is required. If not, most people tip 10% and round up taxi fares. For hotel porters €1.00 EUR per bag is acceptable.

Weather Conditions:
Average weather temperatures for Dublin in June range from a high of 65°F (18°C) and a low of 48°F (8°C).  Moderate rain is common in June.

If your idea of Irish fare starts and stops with corned beef and cabbage, Dublin restaurants will surprise you. Ireland's capital now has no shortage of excellent dining options, from traditional Irish cuisine, updated versions of it, and international fare.
Clarenbridge oysters, Carlingford Lough mussels, Ballina wild smoked salmon, Donegal crab—the menus of the top restaurants in Dublin are now full of some of the most flavorsome seafood on the planet.
Dubliners dine later than the rest of Ireland. They stay up later, too, and reservations are usually not booked before 6:30 or 7 pm and up to around 10 pm. Lunch is generally served from 12:30 to 2:30. Pubs often serve food through the day—until 8:30 or 9 pm. Most pubs are family-friendly and welcome children until 7 pm. The Irish are an informal bunch, so smart-casual dress is typical.

Local Attractions: 
Dublin's rich history and rolling landscapes make for a visit packed with variety. Some must-sees in Dublin include: