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Our 2 night stay was just what we wanted. A clean, quiet location just a short bus ride from downtown. The buses from downtown stop right in front of the door. We had a room in the annex building in the back and it included...More
very complete experience, I had the single room, small but very good utilities for coffee making, nice TV with dvd player, spa bad, the breakfast was a bit expensive (12 euro's) if you just want an omelette.
Service staff was top notch -- room was really nice for being small. Clearly updated as it had a nice, decorated bathrooms that were clean, safe, coffee maker, etc. Didn't taste the food but I'm sure it was lovely. Not bad to walk to center...More
Was hard to believe that the place would be as good as all the reviews suggested but it was. From the initial correspondence all the way through to checkout the service was first class. Parking is an extra bonus to have in the city and...More
Hotel was outstanding.Cleanest hotel I have every stayed in.Double room smaller than others I have stay in but with much more amenities. Personal sauna was fabulous ,easy to us. So nice to move from your own shower to private sauna and then bed with out...More
Roxford Lodge Hotel is situated in the heart of Ballsbridge, one of Dublin's most fashionable and exclusive areas. It shares its location with that of the World's Embassies, the Royal Dublin Society (RDS), ...MoreLansdowne Road Rugby Stadium, and many other luxury hotels such as The Four Seasons and Jury's Hotel to name but a few. This elegant Victorian townhouse is only a short stroll from the bustling centre of cosmopolitan Dublin, and the city's main tourist attractions. Less
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Hop on Hop off is quite useful to see the important bits including a run up to Phoenix Park and over the river to the top of O'Connell Street. We went on the Green Bus which I think is run by Dublin's bus service. The... More
Hop on Hop off is quite useful to see the important bits including a run up to Phoenix Park and over the river to the top of O'Connell Street. We went on the Green Bus which I think is run by Dublin's bus service. The Commentary is interesting, funny and gives you a feel of the city centre as a whole, and you can stop off where ever you like to experience more. We don't usually do bus tours but this was great.
While I did not stay in one of the townhouses, I would try messaging the Hotel and ask. The picture of the townhouse looks like at least one of them has leather sofa's. They do have a contact form on their website. I would... More
While I did not stay in one of the townhouses, I would try messaging the Hotel and ask. The picture of the townhouse looks like at least one of them has leather sofa's. They do have a contact form on their website. I would ask the question there.