We loved our stay here for our family of four. We had two rooms, which were both well maintained and updated. Everything was sparkling clean and comfortable. The beds were great and the air conditioning was a real treat! The front desk personnel was also so helpful when we needed anything and forgiving of all our questions or forgetfulness. We loved that you needed a code to get in/out of exterior doors which made the building even more secure. A bus stop is also conveniently located directly in front of the hotel....a truly great trip here!
Fantastic experience. The room was so light and welcoming with tea and cookies, Netflix, and a huge shower! The breakfast was delicious and the staff - especially Agnes- were so kind and helpful. I highly recommend this inn. My husband got sick, and the hotel told us where to go for care, called a cab and allowed us a late checkout.
We had a great stay in Roxford Lodge Hotel, our room was situated in a private building on the parking of the hotel, as a result of which we had only one neighbour! It was a very quiet location, and close enough to the city center to go there by foot. A pleasant surprise: we had a little sauna cabine in our bathroom free to use! Coffee and tea amenities were present in the room, as well as airconditioning and good wifi. We've really enjoyed staying here and would highly recommend it! Moreover, plenty of good restaurants and cosy, authentic pubs within a 10-minute walk of the hotel. We did not take the continental breakfast, so I cannot say anything about that.
Booked the Roxford with my 24 year old son for a weekend , Was very pleasantly surprised with the room very clean and all amenities you require . Beds very comfortable and the shower was fanatic . All the staff we came across were very helpful and pleasant. only 30 mins walk to the town centre . would definitely book again .
We had a pleasant stay at the Roxford at the beginning and end of our tour of Ireland. On the front end they worked hard to get us into our rooms early. The rooms are cozy and fitted out with all the modern conveniences! The staff was super friendly and helpful. The hot breakfast wasn't served during our stay, but the continental was the best we saw in Ireland. Definitely a good place to stay in Dublin.
Kind friendly staff, beautiful building, stylish bedrom, free choccy biscuits, lovely bathroom, spotlessly clean. Bus stop right outside the front door. We had a twin room downstairs at the back with big patio doors, no traffic noise at all, just perfect. Honestly I couldn't think of a single thing they could improve. Wonderful, thanks!
You must pay to park. Seriously! They charge 10 Euro a day to park. You can tell the owners are hard up for money by the way the place is latex out. They have so many rooms packed in this place it’s ridiculous. They did have AC which is why I gave them 2 stars not one.
Refused access to toilets following checkout, horrendous behaviour given the price. Will not be returning to this glorified 'B&B'. Would have expected some common decency regarding the use of facilities!
We are a family of 4 and stayed two nights in the family room. It was perfect, cosy and large enough for us all. Our children were stoked! The location is spot on, not in a super touristy area which we enjoyed, but close enough to walk to big attractions. Staff was friendly. Hotel was clean and charming. High Nellies right around the corner is fantastic.
The hotel is quiet, clean, and well maintained. There is an elevator but there were a couple of stair steps between it and our room. The location is a couple of short blocks farther out than some other properties, but not far enough out to discourage walking into downtown. There is a bus stop right outside the door for those who don't want to walk. The staff was especially friendly and helpful. We were really charmed by the older woman running the breakfast room. Note - the room had air conditioning that worked; we were there during a hot spell and this made a significant difference. This is not the fault of the hotel, but the Dublin bus system web site makes it difficult to figure out which bus route to use to go downtown. We used route 7 to go downtown and on to upper O'Connell street. Then again, we could have asked the staff about the bus routes (but didn't...).…