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Aberdeen Lodge
53 Park Avenue
Ballsbridge
Dublin

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A quiet oasis in Dublin, located in fashionable Ballsbridge, the most exclusive area of the city and conveniently close to the city centre. Aberdeen Lodge hotel is housed in a luxurious Irish Edwardian property that provides a tranquil setting for a relaxing stay. The hotel is one of Dublin's most notable city centre boutique hotels and is set in a location that is renowned for its quiet seclusion. The large rooms and suites in this urban estate combine comfort with all the facilities required for an elegant stay.

The large rooms and suites in this urban estate combine comfort with all the facilities required for an elegant stay. The rooms and suites include four-poster beds, period furniture, and whirlpool spas. The full baths indulge the guests with aromatherapy toiletries, robes and slippers.

The Aberdeen Lodge enjoys excellent reviews from the leading guides, the Irish Tourist Board, Relais du Silence, the AAA, RAC Times, Greenbook of Ireland, Best Loved hotels, Johansens, Charming Hotels.Aberdeen Lodge has been recommended as one of the top 100 places to stay in Ireland by the Bridgeston Guide.

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