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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoxford Lodge Hotel Dublin
This was a small hotel that had at one point been a house and then plats.Our room came complete with Sauna in the bedroom, tow person spa on level 3, every conceivable appliance but no crockery or cutlery.
Very helpful staff and really nice continental breakfasts.
Little bit ot of town but bus stop right at the door.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Roxford Lodge Hotel Dublin
Aggie, the innkeeper, was hands down the nicest we met in Ireland. We traveled with a one year old baby, and her hospitality was wonderful. This is a great place to stay if you have an infant - our one year old slept in the pack n'play the hotel had arranged, ate in their comfortable high chair at breakfast, and Aggie allowed access to her refigerator to refill the baby's milk and store her food. The great location of the hotel, comfortable rooms, and reasonable price make this a safe bet even for the pickiest traveler. Would definitely stay here again.
My wife, myself and our two kids 5 and 2yrs recently stayed at the roxford lodge during our stay in ireland. What a great hotel! The service was great, the facilities were good- we even had a spa and sauna in our large room! The breakfast was extensive, and the staff couldn't do enough to make our stay more comfortable. Free internet access in the lounge was also a nice feature. The staff provided tea and coffee in the room, but also offered to bring a fresh pot of tea or coffee up to us or to be served in the lounge which was nice. The only gripe was that the directions to the hotel given on the website were hard to follow. It was a refreshing stay,very well priced and we absolutely loved it. Thankyou again roxford lodge. We used 'trip advisor' to find this hotel and we found the previous reccomendations very helpful.
Sorry -- Not That Great!
Although the desk staff was very friendly and helpful, I thought this place was a bit weird. From the outside, it is very impressive. And the location was great for us, we didn't mind the walk into the main area of Dublin. The free secure parking was very convenient. Our room itself was kind of "off". The decor was quirky and outdated. There was a huge tacky sauna taking up a big space in the room. Our room was overlooking the parking lot. There was just a strange vibe at this place. Breakfast was average. I couldn't recommend it. Plus, some related advice: we tried to drive in Dublin and it was the biggest mistake we made on our 2 wk trip around Ireland. We're city drivers and we thought we could handle it -- but it was terrible!!! I know there's someone out there like us thinking it probably isn't THAT bad, but it is!!! Trust us! Most things you'd want to see are within walking distance, but take a cab or bus to the Guinness Brewery, Kilmainham Gaol, and the Cemetary and Botanical Gardens. We loved Dublin but almost didn't survive it because of the horrible traffic and confusing roads!
Great value, great breakfast, convenient location!
Stayed here with 3 girlfriends on our 2nd visit to Dublin. Staff very friendly - we were offered a cup of tea or coffee every time we walked in the door no matter the hour! The rooms were fine - including a highly amusing and crazy box of a small 2 person sauna in each clean room. Quiet location and very easy to walk into St Stephens in 15 minutes.
The breakfast was great - full Irish but you could have a healthy alternative with fruit or yoghurt. So all round a good value hotel choice for Dublin city.
We liked the School House bar along the road for a first of last drink of the evening.
Great hotel - will stay here again!
I had to spend a week in Dublin on business but as I'd never been before I was nervous about finding a decent hotel. Thanks to the TripAdvisor reviews, I selected this place and was very glad I did! OK, so my room was a little 'over-decorated' (patterned stained glass over the bed, for starters) but it was scrupulously clean, with a good bed, well designed, and where else will you get a sauna, a jacuzzi and FREE broadband in your room for 80 euros per night?! The staff are wonderfully friendly - every time they see you they ask whether you'd like a cup of tea - and breakfast was very decent (whether you want a full Irish or just a bowl of cereal).
The hotel is located in the leafy residential area of Ballsbridge to the south-east of the city centre, just over the canal; it took no more than 15 minutes to walk to the Georgian centre of town (Trinity College, etc), and you get to walk past one of the oddest statutes of Oscar Wilde that you're ever likely to see. There is also a bus-stop right outside that will take you direct into the city centre. The Aircoach bus (from the airport) drops off and picks up at a stop about 200 m from the hotel.
I will come back!
Great for families
We found the Roxford Lodge to be ideal for our small family--the family room had two singles and one double bed, and the staff was very friendly and helpful to us. The location is a bit of a walk from the major tourist sites, but not bad--it gives you a chance to stroll through Merrion Square, which was beautiful in the Spring.
Myself and my boyfriend arrived in Dublin on a wing and a prayer with nowhere to spend the night hoping to find a half decent room, somewhere to rest our weary heads. What we got instead was excellant hospitality, wonderful service and a lovely holiday. Both the day and night staff were helpful and friendly, doing their best to cater our every need with a warm smile. We had both a sauna and a jacuzzi in our room, a T.V and a large bed, all for a reasonable price. It was the best nights sleep I've had in a long time and I can't wait to stay again.
A comfortable night's sleep
A small hotel not far from the city centre, so the car could be left in the secure car park. The receptionist was helpful and friendly. Our room was at the back and it was quiet at night so we had a good night's sleep. Rooms and garden clean and well presented.
Fantastic Hospitality! Lovely B&B!
Our favorite night's stay during our 11 days in Ireland was at the Roxford. After a long train ride from Galway, we were greeted with incredible hospitality by Lynne who directed us to a beautiful room with a sauna and jacuzzi tub (and she helpfully showed us how everything works). Then we warmed up in the lovely sitting room by a fire and were brought tea and biscuits. Lynne recommended a nice park for a little walk and a very good restaurant. The hotel is well kept, in a great neighborhood (close to downtown but far enough out to be quiet) and is a very good value. When I return to Dublin I will definitely stay at the Roxford!
A wonderful welcome - no problem
We were made wonderfully welcome at this excellent small hotel. Agnes and her staff simply said 'No problem' to anything we asked or even hinted at. On arrival, exhausted and stressed, we were brought a wonderful pot of tea and chocolate biscuits. My wife and I were fortunate enough to enjoy the executive suite. In addition to the four poster bed we enjoyed our own sauna, jacuzzi and kitchen facilities. If you wish to enjoy very clean and comfortable facilities, close to the city centre, and value courtesy and care then visit the Roxford Lodge. I recommend it warmly.
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The day starts with a nice breakfast at our hotel. Funny little restaurant where an even funnier little lady serves fresh continental breakfast or the full Irish shabang. Then its off to discover the town via the Open top hop on hop off bus with driver / guides who have that very funny Irish sense of humour "I really like me mother in law, its het …
... all appropriate. Poor Emily. As we walked back down from the restrooms after drying her dress with the hand dryers, she went skipping back to the table. We decided that was a good time to leave. And the taxi ride back with Jen? Let’s just say Jen’s purse has not been the same since and Emily was crowned the barfing queen of Dublin.
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... sure. They like our mascot. They are some sort of animal" The food wasn't up to much either.
Next day packed up and headed to Kilmainhan Gaol, to visit. State of the art Victorian Prison (in its day) and home to thousands over the years, as well as a place of misery and death through the famine and the 1916 Uprising and then in the Civil War of 1920. Ironically the last man sentenced to death there was an Irish American (de Valera) ...
... went next door and got a bite to eat. I then went to the pub crawl start and signed up – a sandeman pub crawl. There were 4 bars on this pub crawl, a bit of walking, lots of fun and there were some great people. I meet a lot of Canadians, Americans, and more Australians. In the first pub all the Australians started talking to each other, but by the next pub we were all mixing with everyone. It was a great night. I got back to the hostel about 2am and went to bed.
... and had Irish stew and a Harp Premium lager beer --yumm
Monday May 19
First stop in the city, National Library of Ireland, a beautiful bldg, had a dedication on the lower floor for " life and works of William Butler Yeats". On a big screen his poems were displayed and someone was reading them, a totally different approach, totally captured me, listened for a while , very inspiring, maybe I was meant to be a poet, and Yes-- just didn't know it --- ...