Trinity Lodge3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Great location and great value for money! We found trinity lodge to be a Warm and welcoming hotel where the staff are extremely friendly and helpful. We will definitely be returning to this hotel for another visit!
Stayed here on business recently. Was a bit tired looking and not the most modern hotels but has everything required for a comfortable stay. TV was working but not all channels were available, bed was comfortable but was a lot of noise as the windows are pretty old. Breakfast was really good and I could not fault the staff working there. Ideal for a city break as you won’t be spending a lot of time in the room bar sleeping. Centrally located and within a 5 minute walk to St Stephens green and Grafton street. About a 10 minute walk to Temple bar area.
Everything was just perfect from the very moment we checked in. They upgraded us to a higher category of the room so we had 2 king beds in it, even though we were in 2. The room was very warm and clean. We used to have a ketle for the coffee and an iron bord. I was pleasantly surprised as nowadays you can't expect much from a 3 stars hotel. The staff is nice, the best one dough is Chris. He was very helpful and friendly as a real reception should be. Also the girl that helped us with the emergency door(i'm sorry but we didn't manage to ask her name). The hotel is also situated in the center of the city, next to the Trinity College, so it takes like 10-15 min. by walking to reach all the places of interest. What can i say... hope to see you soon!
The Trinity Lodge is centrally located across the street from Trinity College, has easy access to all the city sights, and is well-run. Overall a good experience and good value for the money. I would stay there again.
This hotel is better suited to holiday travellers or tourists. I would not recommend it for business travellers. The good thing is the location, right in the city with plenty to do and see. The room decor and building are old, and street noise can impact sleep. Having that said, the rooms and breakfast is good (you place an order and get table service, unlike many hotels that have a breakfast buffet).
My husband,son & myself have just spent one night in this great accommodation. Our room & bathroom were very spacious. The room was spotless, bed very comfortable &room lovely & warm. The two reception staff we spoke to during our stay were friendly & extremely helpful. Breakfast had a good selection. The lodge is really close to grafton street, literally 5 mins walk and centrally located for everything really. Our visit was for a theatre visit to the Bord Gais theatre which we walked to & took about 15mins. I would really recommend Trinity lodge to stay in, i had no complaints at all & enjoyed it so much we've booked another overnight stay next year.
The food was excellent, but as noted above the fact that the building had no lift was devastating to me! I know the property would have been difficult to add an elevator; however, if you don't have one that ought to be said right UP FRONT! My room was just adequate, nothing better.
The most impressive characteristic of this hotel is its location, smack in the middle of Dublin and perfect for sightseeing. The accommodation is fairly basic, but for what it’s worth my bathroom was brand new and very nice. There is a fair amount of street noise, which is to be expected in this part of town. I did not try the breakfast, which was included. Free wifi. Friendly staff.
Right near Trinity College and Grafton Street, the Trinity Lodge is in an excellent spot to explore the city. The free breakfast is really fantastic and I've never had a better croissant. However, the Wi-Fi is spotty, there are no elevators and we had to lug our stuff up 3 flights. It's charming I guess to have actual metal keys instead of card keys but it caused us problems a few times. The shower was terrible but the bathroom was huge. Blinds didn't close in the bathroom...didn't feel very private. It seems like this place could use a serious update. I would have given 2/5 if not for the breakfast. It really was wonderful. Too bad they don't offer breakfast to the random passerby. I won't stay again.
This Hotel is a glorified B&B, which is just fine. It is central to most sights (10 min walk to Temple Bar, 2 Min walk to Trinity College or Grafton St. etc...). The "Hotel" consists of 3 converted Georgian era town homes where each floor was converted into 2 ensuite rooms....the rooms were spacious.... But showed signs of age and serious wear....the bathroom had serious signs of water damage including mold on the ceiling and peeling paint above the shower... That's not a deal breaker to me, but certainly a handy man and a 1/2 a day could have cleared that up....that shouldn't have been present....the only major issue I had was the beds....Man were they rough!...clearly very old mattresses with the springs long gone....the room had 2 king beds, and we stayed in the one that was the least uncomfortable....But both were in pretty rough shape.....had they tidied up the fixtures and had a reasonably comfortable mattress I'd have highly recommended the place....They really need to get on that... we stayed on the second floor of the #30 building, the unit facing the street....The people were very nice, but man those beds....argh....
- Steps from National Museum of Natural History and National Library of Ireland
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in City Centre Dublin, Trinity Lodge is next to popular attractions like National Museum of Natural History and National Library of Ireland. This 26-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and express check-out. Centrally located in Dublin, the hotel is also a short walk from Leinster House and National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.
For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM. This hotel has a restaurant where you can enjoy a bite to eat.
Trinity Lodge's 26 rooms are air-conditioned and provide coffee makers, safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include ironing boards and desks.
At Trinity Lodge, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and express check-out. Offsite parking is offered for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with luggage storage and tours/tickets.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
52% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 584 reviews