Eliza Lodge

23-24 Wellington Quay, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland
(3 star hotel)
#56
Rank 56 of 352 hotels
in Dublin
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Nice views of the River Liffey

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 19, 2008

My husband, our two sons (aged 2 years and 5 months) and I stayed at the Eliza Lodge for two nights beginning on April 12. We had a small but clean and modern triple room with a huge bay window overlooking the River Liffey. This is a lodge so there is not a large staff but the staff we met were mostly pleasant and helpful. There is a lift but you have to walk up about 8 stairs to reach it, so it is not the best choice if you have small children or someone who is disabled. The breakfast is average, and the breakfast staff don't seem to be morning people, but the restaurant is definitely clean and also has nice views with lots of windows. The location is great, on the river and right at the heart of Temple Bar. I would recommend this hotel for young singles or couples who want to be in the thick of things in Temple Bar.

Unique Quality: beautiful views of the River Liffey, great location in the heart of Temple Bar

Directions: On the River Liffey at the Millennium Bridge.

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Room with a view

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 26, 2007

We recently stayed at "The Eliza Lodge" (Upstairs from Eliza Blues). We had the corner "Penthouse Suite" and we enjoyed it a great deal. Calling the Eliza a "luxury hotel" (as they do on their dublinlodge.com webpage) may be streching it a bit but they don't cost as much as The Clarence or The Morgan, and the view from our room at the Eliza is the best I've found in Dublin. Two entire walls of the room are glass and there is a small wrap around patio outside where you can sip coffee in the morning, or a beer at the end of a night as you watch and listen to the sights and sounds of Dublin.
Room size is cozy,facilities were clean and modern. Staff is cheerful and responsive, but service is more like a guesthouse than a luxury Hotel. (They're happy to send an extra towel if you ask,but don't expect turn down service or a mint on the pillow.)
I would recomend this Hotel, especialy this room , to my friends.

Unique Quality: It's really all about the view. It's right on the river at the Millinium Foot Bridge. You can see a mile or more both up and down the River. If you're a shutterbug (like me) you'll want to spend time on the patio with your camera.

Directions: On The River,at the Millinium Bridge, near Temple Bar

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perfect hotel!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 16, 2006

i came back this afternoon after 4 nights at eliza lodge...it was simply perfect!
we had a penthouse room (number 400) with 3 big windows with an amazing view on the river. the room was quite big, very very clean;
staff was nice and helpful, this morning we had to leave very soon (at 4 a.m.) and the man of the night-shift was so kind to give us 4 croissants to eat on the aircoach.

breakfast was good, enough, my husband had irish breakfast me cappuccino and croissants with preserves. all good.

the area ...it's IN the temple bar, around the corner of everything.
5 min far from the bus stop to to airport. 2 min far from the luas to reach jameson distillery or all the other part of the city like connelly station to change with dart.
around the corner you find restaurants and pubs.
on the river side there are some internet points.

at the 1st level, near the sitting room for guests (with books, and radio), there is a bathroom with a jacuzzi.

you enter the hotel not on the river side, but around the corner, using the card of your room.

i'll stay here again for sure!

Unique Quality: The view from the penthouse room.

Directions: in the temple bar, in front of millennium bridge.

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