Dublin International YHA
Dublin International YHA
61 Mountjoy St
Dublin 7 Dublin
Ireland (Republic of)
Tel. +353 1 8301766
Fax. +353 1 8305808
All guests get a FREE continental breakfast served daily in our Church restaurant and our chef also makes home-cooked meals for groups of 10 or more. The hostel is especially well-suited for groups and there’s lots of family rooms available too but all guests are given a warm and friendly international welcome. Dublin International hostel is safe and secure with a FREE gated car park away from the noise of city. Our friendly staff can offer the best recommendations and discounts for things to do while visiting Dublin.
The Dublin hostel is family friendly - please contact us directly to find out what family specials are available on +353 (0) 18304555 for further information.
10% Membership discount on presentation of valid Hostelling International/YHA Cards.
*Membership discounts do not apply on overnights of €10 or less.
Hostel bed capacity
|Opening times (daily/weekly):||Open 24/7 Room Check in time from 11.00am|
|Opening times (over the year):||365 days of the year|
Street Map and Route Planning
|Bus:||The Central Bus Station in Dublin is called (Busáras) and is located 1.5km from the hostel. On foot: *From the station walk out the main doors and follow the tram lines to O'Connell Street (Main Street with many statues down the middle of it) *Turn right and walk North up O'Connell Street. At the end of O'Connell Street is the Ambassador Theatre. *Continue north and to the right past the Ambassador Theatre and the Garden of Rememberance the name of the street will change to North Frederick St. *Continue to the end of North Frederick St. and the intersection of Upper Dorset St. (Meyrs Pub with a Guinness Clock and Mr Macs Barber Shop are on each corner.) Cross the road to Mr Macs Barber shop and continue up the one way street of Blessington st. *Walk up Blessington St to Deli Suz and the Harley Davidson Motorcycle shop. *Turn left at Deli Suz and you are now on Mountjoy Street. *The hostel is located on the right hand side of the road, just past the "Mountjoy Centra" Number 61 - The building with two green doors. Failté|
|Metro:||Luas - Dublin City Tram 1km - From Abbey or Jervis St for the Red Line Red Line - The Point, Connolly Station to Tallaght Green Line - St Stephens green to Sandymount|
|Parking:||There is free hostel guest parking within the hostel grounds. (See the reception on check in for details on how to access it)|
|Sea port:||4km Dublin Port - Dublin Bus 53a (€2.60) from the port to the Bus Station (Busáras) 12km Dun Laoghaire - Bus 46a from Dun Laoghaire to the front door of the hostel €2.20 each.|
|Location:||1km North-west of City Centre only a 5 minute walk from the hostel to O'Connell Street. Dublin Bus 46a heading to Phoenix Park picks up from outside McDonalds just past the G.P.O on O'Connell Street. *It is 2 stops from the O'Connell Street to the Mountjoy Street Centra bus stop. *It should cost €0.60c city centre bus fee The hostel is located to the right of the centra.|
|Rail:||Dart and Irish Rail Services 2km Heuston Station and 1km Connolly Station|
|Airport:||9km from Dublin International Airport Dublin Bus 41 or 16 - To Upper Dorset Street (€2.60 each and exact change must be given to the driver OR use the vending machine near the bus stop for 16 - select 90min pass for €2.30) Bus 747 - €6.00 one way to bus station (Busáras) Aircoach - €7.00 one way to O'Connell St Taxi - From €15 to €30 to hostel Get off Dublin bus 16a or 41 at the last stop on Upper Dorset street. Push buzzer when you see the 'TEMPLE' pub on the Left side of Bus and prepare immediately to get off at the stop. *Walk to the trafic lights on the Intersection of Blessington St and Upper Dorset St. (Meyrs Pub with a Guinness Clock and Mr Macs Barber Shop.) *Cross the road to Mr Macs Barber shop and continue up the one way street which is called Blessington st until you come to the next intersection with Deli Suz and the Harley Davidson Motorcycle shop. *Turn left at Deli Suz and you are now on Mountjoy Street. *The hostel is located on the right hand side of the road, just past the "Mountjoy Centra" Number 61 - The building with two green doors. Failté|
|Cultural centre nearby||Museums/art galleries nearby|
|City centre location||Historical sites nearby|
|River/harbour/lake nearby||Hiking area|
|Main attractions nearby||Swimming pool at or near hostel|
|Nightlife nearby||Botanical gardens nearby|
|Forested/wooded area||Restaurants nearby|
|Shopping centre/market nearby||Hostel with a difference|
|Mountainous/hilly area||Meet other travellers! Read their tips for things to do in Dublin International YHA|
|Discounts and concessions available||Family rooms available|
|Breakfast in price||Hostel open 24h|
|TV room||Self-catering kitchen|
|Groups welcome||Common room(s)|
|Sheets in price||Travel/Tour bureau|
|Laundry facilities||Cycle rental available at or near the hostel|
|Internet access||Credit card accepted|
|Meals available||Currency exchange at or near hostel|
|Male only||Female only|
|Games room||Individual traveller welcome|
|Luggage Store||Lockers available|
|Non smoking room/area||Basic store available at or near the hostel|
|Playground||Rates include local tax|
|Cycle store at Hostel|
Customer Reviews Dublin International YHA
|18 May 2013 Susan, England & Wales||93%|
|Extremely helpfull staff......helped with booking other hostels,directions to ferry, maps, explanations etc.
God common room, showers etc.|
|15 May 2013 Ginger, USA||83%|
|My room key got deactivated every morning at checkout time after the third night of my six night stay, but the desk staff were quick about reactivating it. Needs more outlets in the room though, one outlet for ten beds got kind of complicated.|
|13 May 2013 Suzie, Canada||67%|
|The hostel is quite clean and well managed. Note however that the area where it is located can feel a little unsafe, especially at night when walking by yourself or in a small group of girls. We took cabs all the time to avoid feeling uneasy while walking. Other wise, very good hostel, great value for money!|
|05 May 2013 Tom, Australia||97%|
|24 Apr 2013 Robin, Canada||90%|
|Maybe just fixing a few locks on the lockers, often only a few in a dorm room work! Not a good sense of security.|
|21 Apr 2013 Edson, Canada||97%|
|Nice stuff ,very helpful|
|15 Apr 2013 Jennifer, England & Wales||77%|
|Very friendly and sociable - had plenty of activities to join such as walking tours of Dublin. A 15 minute walk from the city centre, but not too difficult to find.
Only problem was the heating was turned up full blast in the bedroom and with the window only opening very slightly, it was VERY warm at night, making it difficult to get much sleep. Managed to get the heating turned down for second night which was more pleasant. Great value for money though!|
|07 Apr 2013 Mara, USA||73%|
|Though in Ireland, many of staff are native Spanish speakers, so not much Irish flavor there. Also, same off duty male staff nap in common rooms and took over the TV room on two occassions.
THough close to main areas, neighborhood is not so pleasant or clean and backyard of hostel has wire and spikes across the top of wall so prevent wall climbing- this a bit off putting.
Most staff pleasant and helpful, breakfast OK and rooms are clean and ready in the morning for new arrivals which is nice.|
|31 Mar 2013 Raegan, England & Wales||93%|
|An option for smaller dorms would be very welcome. Also individual lights for each bed (I had to turn lights off after roommates had forgotten to and gone to sleep), showers that last longer than 20 seconds, maybe controlled heating and security cards that don't mysteriously stop working.
Otherwise, most of the staff were helpful and friendly and the place was clean and well equipped.|
|23 Feb 2013 Emily, USA||70%|
|The room my group was staying in was overbooked for the night. There were nine of us sleeping and every single person in the room was rudely woken at 5:30 in the morning in order to deal with it. The four new people who came in at that ridiculous time were partially to blame, but the staff at reception were handling the situation neither correctly nor effectively. The new lodgers had asked for a different room after seeing the one they were assigned to was full. They were not granted this until a staff member came all the way up to the room to see for themselves. This wasted effort on his part and everyone's time as we all were exhausted. With 280 beds in the place, this type of situation should have never happened in the first place. Please train the staff to firstly prevent overbooking situations like this, but also how to deal with them correctly if they should occur.|