There's a couple of shots of the entrance to Swift's Row [south end of Jervis Street] showing the original Ormond Quay houses on either side, but I haven't noticed any particular views of the street itself prior to redevelopment. When we say 'original', several of these houses will likely have been Georgian re-modellings of earlier gabled houses, but I suppose we better not go there.
I think the Hotel replaced a 1960s building housing the Ormond Printing works which in turn had replaced the houses at 16 - 18 Ormond Quay, seen below
14 - 18 Ormond Quay with entrance to Swift's Row
19 - 26 Ormond Quay
For Rocque's map, and a wealth of other maps and information, this is the publication for you:
The Dublin Historic Towns Atlas [part 2]
It can be had in Hodges Figgis on Dawson Street, or if sold out, further up the street from the Royal Irish Academy building itself, beside the Mansion House. I'm saving up to get one for Devin . . . . and try to get him up to speed.