Dublin International Youth Hostel

61 Mountjoy Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 7, Ireland
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Dublin International Youth Hostel (Hostelling Inte

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 24, 2010

It's probably because I stayed here almost a week and a half, but the Dublin Hostel is one of my most favorite Hostelling International Hostels in the world. Its located very conveniently in the heart of Dublin City close to ALL of the tourist attractions, and an easy walk from everything - from the River Libbey, to Temple Bar, to O'Connell, Henry Street, and Trinity College ... It was a perfect meeting place for me and my friends. The staff was extremely friendly, helpful, courteous, and considerate. Open 24 hours a day - year round. THe hostel was very clean, comfortable, and you could be guaranteed a good sleep. Free wifi for laptop users, internet kiosks available, deposit boxes, parking, laundry facilities, self-catering kitchen, free continental breakfasts every morning in the old chapel, walking distance to bus and train stations, family, private and dorm rooms, a restaurant, 2 conference rooms, and excellent pricing. Single Room: 35-40 Euro/person; Dorm bed 14-23 Euro. I'll definitely be back to this one! Rating : 5 stars out of 5.

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Youth Hostel

by written on February 5, 2003

Dublin's international youth hostel. In Irish it is called An Oige which means youth but people of any age can stay there. It is the only member of the Hostelling International. This building was orginally a convent and school so probably no need for you to go to mass. Breakfast is served in the former chapel. I have never stayed there myself but friends have and have only heard good reports. The neightbourhood around the area is still a bit dodgy but like every where in the world you have to be careful.

Facilities include: en-suite private rooms, dorms, outside garden with seating and a children's play area. There is also a games room and a book exchange. Dinner and lunch can be served on a request basis for group bookings. 297 rooms. Prices from 28 euro for a single room to 98 for a four bed room.

Unique Quality: Has parking facilities and wi fi

Directions: North of the city

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HOSTEL

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 2, 2002

Dorms €12 Large, clean, comfortable hostel, very helpful friendly staff. Good facilities & security with lockers (although you need to provide (or buy for €3) a padlock) for each bed. Car parking facilities, internet, kitchen & dining areas and breakfast was included.

Unique Quality: I guess parking is a pretty unique quality for a city centre hostel. Good if you are planning to travel round more of Ireland by car or motorbike

Directions: keep walking north from O'Connell Street as far as Blessington Street, Mountjoy Street is on the left

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here are a list of hostels in...

by written on August 24, 2002

here are a list of hostels in Dublin

Abraham House
82-83 Lower Gardiner Street. Telephone: 01-8550600 Fax: 01-8550598.

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Ashfield House
19-20 D'Olier Street. Telephone: 01-6797734 Fax: 01-6790852.

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Avalon House
55 Aungier Street. Telephone: 01-4750001 Fax: 01-4750303.

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Backpackers City Hostel
61-62 Lower Gardiner Street. Telephone: 01-8550035.

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Backpackers Euro Hostel
80-81 Lower Gardiner Street. Telephone: 01-8364900.

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Cardijn House
15 Talbots Street. Telephone: 01-8788484.

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Dublin International Youth Hostel
61 Mountjoy Street. Telephone: 01-8301766.

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Globe Trotters Tourist Hostel
46 Lower Gardiner Street. Telephone: 01-8735893 Fax: 01-8788787.

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Kinlay House
2-12 Lord Edward Street. Telephone: 01-6796644 Fax: 01-6797437.

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Oliver Street John Gogarty's
18-21 Angelsea Street. Telephone: 01-6711822.

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Strollers Tourist Accommodation
29 Eustace Street. Telephone: 01-6775614.


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DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL YOUTH...

by written on August 24, 2002

DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL YOUTH HOSTEL, WALKING DISTANCE FROM TEMPLE BAR, BUS AND TRAIN STATIONS.GREAT ATMOSPHERE.
THE BUILDING HAS BEEN IN IT'S TIME A CONVENT AND A SCHOOL AND IT'S REPUTED FOR BEING HAUNTED!!!WELL I DIDN'T THINK SO, SO DON'T PANIC, IT'S A COOL PLACE TO STAY!

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MarM174 Nov 28, 2013 at 12:36 PM

Que desilusión de hostel, tener que oir español todo el dia en el hostel por todas partes. Ir a aprender ingles y tener que aguantar eso, salí corriendooooo, Que HORROR

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Address: 61 Mountjoy Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 7, Ireland

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