Venue and accommodation
The Convention Centre Dublin (CCD)
The CCD is Dublin’s brand new world class conference and exhibition centre offering state of the art facilities and leading-edge technology in a prime location in Dublin City Centre.
Dublin offers a wide range of accommodation from luxurious five star hotels to cosy guesthouses. A number of hotels are situated within a few minutes walk from the CCD.
Further details will be available soon.
The four star Maldron Hotel, located opposite the CCD is the headquarters hotel for the conference. Rooms are available to book when you register for the conference with Profile Productions. The rate is €85 per night bed and breakfast.
A number of alternative hotels are available to book separately via our approved accommodation agency, Reservation Highway. You can download the booking form here or you can book online using the access code “fer11”
Getting to Dublin
Ireland’s capital is well-served by road and rail networks and has both a major international airport and ferry port within easy reach of the city centre.
Dublin Airport is Ireland’s busiest airport with over 75 airlines flying to over 200 destinations, including direct scheduled daily flights from North America, mainland Europe, Britain and weekly regular flights from the Emirates. It is currently undergoing a 2 Billion euro invesment programme, to include a new passenger terminal, Terminal Two, which will open in April 2010, increasing the annual passenger capacity to over 35 million.
The airport is conveniently located 10km north of Dublin city centre, with excellent roads links to The Convention Centre Dublin which is only 20 minutes away via the Port Tunnel, which brings visitors directly into the Spencer Dock development area.
For Further information please visit www.dublinairport.com.
The Convention Centre Dublin is located in the heart of the city, with easy road access and extensive public transport links including bus and tram (Luas) lines.
Spencer Dock has a new rail station and an underground link is also planned to Heuston Station, the centre for rail travel to the rest of Ireland.
Frequent ferry services operate to Dublin from various points in Britain and Europe, with Dublin Port Ferry Terminal only five minutes from The Convention Centre Dublin by direct road link, to facilitate the swift delivery of goods.