53 -55 Park Avenue. Ballsbridge. Dublin 4, Ireland Dublin − Ireland
+353 (0)1 2838155
Fax: +353 (0)1 2837877
The perfect balance of luxury privacy and location. One of Dublin’s gems, discreetly hidden in the heart of Ballsbridge, our hotel is located near the RDS, DART, and bus routes. Complimentary car parking and high speed internet access is provided.
Aberdeen Lodge Hotel Dublin shares its neighbourhood with the World’s embassies who have chosen Ballsbridge, the most exclusive area of Dublin, for its convenience to the city centre.
Large well-kept gardens surrounding grand mansions give the place an air of refined exclusivity. Aberdeen Lodge, Dublin shares all of these privileges. This luxury lodge on Park Avenue is unique for its style and personal service.
The large rooms and suites in this urban estate combine comfort with all of the facilities required for an elegant stay. Among these include: four-poster beds, period furnishings and whirlpool spas. The full baths indulge the guests with aromatherapy toiletries, robes and slippers.
Below you can see the different room types we have to offer, if you mark the ones you like we will be happy to send you a quotation for the dates when you would like to come
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Aberdeen Lodge. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Aberdeen Lodge. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
From Dublin Airport:
Take the M1 south towards Dublin City; follow signs to east link toll bridge. Then follow south city sign to first set of traffic lights and take left turn along seafront. Drive along seafront to Martello round tower, turn immediately right at the tower on to St. Johns road. Turn right on to Park Avenue and Aberdeen lodge is on the left.
Dublin city has become one of the favourite tourist destinations in Europe. Of all the great cities of Europe, Dublin is one of the smallest, its urban grandeur co-existing with a village-like intimacy. Around and about Dublin are villages and towns as charming as the city is exciting. Within a short drive are picturesque harbours, beaches, formal gardens, a variety of monuments, historic houses, castles, stately homes and much more that makes Dublin one of the best destinations for tourists in Europe.
Houses Ireland's greatest treasure, the 8th century Book of Kells, a magnificent illuminated manuscript of the four gospels, which was presented to the college in the 17th century.
St. Stephens Green:
Is a fashionable Georgian square in Dublin which, in 1880, was laid out as a public park. Today, the green is surrounded by the parliament of Ireland, the National Museum, The National Library and the Gaiety Theatre.
The pubs of Dublin:
Colourful, busy and packed with atmosphere, tourism to Dublin is not complete without a visit to any of the many pubs. Friday nights bubble toe-tapping musical entertainment. There's nothing like it anywhere in the world.
The Halfpenny Bridge:
A charming footbridge in Dublin built in 1816 across the River Liffey, is a popular landmark. Formally called the Liffey Bridge, it got its nickname from the halfpenny toll you had to pay to cross it.
Some would say, is the heart of Dublin. The city's symbol, Molly Malone with her barrow, stands amongst the passers by amid the non-stop music that pervades the street.
Once Jameson's Whiskey Distillery, is now a museum of Whiskey-making.
Guinness Brewery and Storehouse:
The house of the national beverage, a classic in tourism Dublin. From the gravity bar there is a 360° stunning view of Dublin city.
St. Patrick's Cathedral:
One of the two cathedrals in Dublin city, the other Christ Church.