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 such as the Guinness Storehouse, Croke Park GAA Museum and Glasnevin Cemetery.
What travellers think
I was happily surprised that they had power adapters. I did find it weird that they had handsoap on the stairs (half way down the stairs at every floor).
Sat 21 Nov 2015
Around the hostel
Temple bar, phoenix park
Wed 02 Sep 2015
Tue 03 Nov 2015