The Dublin International hostel is housed in a former convent which still retains some of its original features, including the church which is now the hostel’s restaurant, complete with stained-glass windows and confession boxes. Just 5 minutes’ walk to the city centre and the main tourist attractions, it makes a great base for discovering the city.
This Dublin hostel offers a range of accommodation options, free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, large common areas, a games room and an outdoor seating area with children’s play area. The hostel is well-suited for groups, with lots of family rooms available, and the chef also makes home-cooked meals for groups of 10 or more.
At Dublin International hostel you can take advantage of discounted rates on tours and attractions all over Dublin city and beyond. Visit the Dublin Writers Museum, the renowned Hugh Lane Gallery, the Gate Theatre and the world famous Abbey Theatre.
What travellers think
I liked that one of the staff offered help with suitcase. Did not like that lady behind desk did not offer me sheets and pillowcase and I did not realize I was supposed to get it till second day at checkout. I saw other beds with sheets. Needs to have private area for each person as someone waits for girls to shower and then steals their clothes. Someone who is going to hell stole my black pants in bathroom. Breakfast was low quality cheap cereal and plain, cheap slices of bread.
Wed 07 Oct 2015
La tarjeta de entrada se desactivo dos veces por lo que tuve que solicitar la activación al front desk pero como hubo confusión de camas (que otras personas no estaban donde se les habia asignado) fue un poco confuso tener que volver a explicar esto a los encargados.
Tue 06 Oct 2015
Around the hostel
Temple bar, phoenix park
Wed 02 Sep 2015
Nightlife & entertainment tip
Pub se trouvant en haut du O'Connell Street ( à gauche de la statue de Parnell en arrivant depuis l'auberge). Spectacles des danses irlandaises, musique irlandaise ( à partir du 21 h) autour d'une bonne guinness..
Thu 21 May 2015