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Reviewed 27 June 2018

This was our first visit to Ireland and we needed a place to overnight (and sleep off jetlag) before our Best of Ireland Rick Steves tour started. We could have happily stayed a week or more here--rain or shine! The hotel is in a beautiful neighborhood, and about a 25 minute walk along the canal or through neighborhoods to St. Stephen's Green and town center. We love walking so this was perfect. Our room had a small fridge, dvd's, air conditioning, coffee/tea, and a sauna(for 2), plus long bathtub and a separate shower. The breakfast was one of the best in our 18 days in Ireland, and staff was so friendly & helpful. We were in a separate building from the main hotel rooms, out back. We would definitely stay here again!

Date of stay: May 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank solymar11
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Reviewed 27 June 2018

Loved the location - a quiet residential area within walking distance of restaurants. Bus stop right in front if needed. Friendly efficient service. Had questions on the plumbing and 5 mins later someone was there to help. Needed extra towels - again service was quick. Reception was helpful with answering questions, and there was a nice lady who served breakfast in the dining room.
Our room was very quiet. Unfortunately the view was of the parking lot but had a tiny balcony we could walk out on. Our only disappointment was the lack of closet space.
If we ever return to Dublin we would certainly consider staying again at the Roxford Lodge.

Room tip: If a quiet room is important to you Rm 112 was very quiet, but it does face the parking lot.
Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank J M
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Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

The single room I stayed was very cosy, clean and nice. Sara and Florence were very helpful in given me all the information I needed to move around in the city. As my room was just besides the reception area, I can hear noise from people check-in and the noise from people moving the luggage bags. Other than this minus point,the room was indeed a lovely room.

Overall, I felt very comfortable and enjoyed my stay. It is quite a distance to walk to the City Center, is about 20 minutes. It is still better to travel by public bus rather than walking. The bus stop is just outside the hotel and the frequency of the bus is about 10 minutes interval.

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank PCWhitmore
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

We always have the most difficult time finding good lodging in Dublin. This hotel is definitely priced well below the average Dublin hotels. It is clean, and moderately spacious if you spring for a larger room. It could use some updating, but it appears that they are doing that currently. One thing that does set it apart is the online reservation portal -- it is very sophisticated, and lets you take care of all of your check-in needs and details before you ever arrive. Onsite parking behind the building is secure. We did not eat the breakfast -- it was an extra charge. We would definitely stay again, but it wasn't exceptional enough to keep us from continuing to search for the "perfect Dublin hotel" in the future (if such a thing exists!).

Date of stay: May 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Kutaa1022
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

This lovely hotel is about a 25 minute walk from Grafton Street (though it was quite close to several great restaurants). The rooms were pristine, modern and beautifully decorated and appointed- each even came with a cell phone for use during your stay. A complimentary breakfast is served, though we were leaving too early to sample it (they were gracious enough to offer to open early for us, but we declined). Our room was on the small side - it might have been a little tricky to negotiate climbing over suitcases on a longer stay there (we were only there for our final night in Ireland), but our children's room was large - two beds and even a sauna! Very cool place, with an interesting and quirky set up, beautiful rooms. Parking lot in the back if you drove, and there was a bus stop right at the front door, as well.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Racwoh
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