The Aviva Stadium is home to soccer and the rugby union. Previously known as Lansdowne Road, this international sporting venue can hold up to 50,000 spectators. Built in 1872, the Aviva Stadium is the oldest Rugby Union grounds worldwide and the oldest sports stadium in Europe. It has an unusual curvilinear shape and reopened as the Aviva Stadium in May 2010 making it a remarkable venue for sporting fixtures.
Maldron Hotel Parnell Square is the ideal choice if visiting Dublin to attend an international soccer match, an IRFU 6 Nations rugby match or one of the many conferences and events which take place each month.
The Aviva Stadium tour is a popular tourist attraction with both adults and children alike! Take the tour of this world class facility and learn all about the 150 years of sporting history. You will see the press conference room, home dressing rooms, players’ tunnel, dugouts and more. The tour lasts an hour and you will feel like one of your sporting heroes for the day.
There are a number of large scale concerts in Aviva Stadium throughout the year with big names such as Rihanna, Michael Buble and AC/DC taking to the big stage recently.
The Aviva Stadium offers fantastic tour packages for groups of all sizes. They usually run 7 days a week but are closed when the stadium is in use for games or concerts.
If you are looking for a hotel the next time you are attending the Aviva Stadium, look no further than Maldron Hotel Parnell Square, located 18 minutes by taxi from the stadium.
With comfortable guest rooms designed with our guests in mind, we have made sure you have everything you need during your stay; with features including free WiFi, on-site parking, tea & coffee making facilities.
Book your stay now at Maldron Hotel Parnell Square for your next event at the Aviva Stadium Dublin.