Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and is a popular place to visit for its nightlife, fascinating attractions, and fun culture. It's a starting and ending point for many people who spend time in Ireland. There are many different neighborhoods with different vibes throughout the city.
Temple Bar is a popular neighborhood for tourists and is located on the south side of the River Liffey in the heart of the city. It is popular because it has held on to its medieval street pattern and has many fun cobblestone streets. The area offers a lot to visitors including a great nightlife, unique shopping, and fun restaurants. Many visitors choose to stay in the Temple Bar area. Below are a few hostels that you can choose from.
A great place for small and large groups, female travellers, solo travellers, and couples.
Dorm Bed: $11.00
Located in the Temple Bar area of Dublin, this hostel is a favorite among travelers. It's close to everything from shopping streets, theaters, restaurants and more. It looks out on the River Liffey and is very near the famous Halfpenny Bridge. Amenities available to guests include breakfast (which offers cereal, toast, eggs, fruit, juice, tea, and coffee), a full kitchen and dining area, and a common area that's equipped with a television.
There are 27 rooms that have private bathrooms, heating, and modern furnishings. The reception area is open 24 hours a day and the staff are readily available to help you with any travel information you may need. The hostel is also close to public transportation including the Heuston Station and the Connelly Station.
7 - 9 Aston Quay Dublin 2 ,
A good hostel for small groups or solo travellers.
Dorm Bed: $15.00
This hostel is one of the favorites in Ireland. The rooms have private bathrooms and the price includes breakfast and wi-fi service. Guests can also enjoy the free walking tours of the city and major discounts on drinks, food, and entertainment around town.
The rooms are kept very clean and offer comfortable mattresses, personal reading lights, and secure lockers. The dorms are cleaned daily and the beds are made up with new sheets. There are plenty of places available for guests to relax in and the hostel organizes all kinds of activities including the Barnacles Pub Crawl. For those who are looking for a relaxed night in, you can take advantage of the DVD collection, foosball table, and social atmosphere in the newly renovated lounge.
The hostel is located in the Temple Bar neighborhood where there is plenty to see and do. You'll sure to be entertained if you stay at this popular hostel.
19 Temple Lane Temple Bar, Dublin 2 ,
A great hostel for large and small groups, solo travellers, or people looking for a party hostel.
Dorm Bed: $15.00
This hostel is in a great area in walking distance of many of the city's favorite attractions. You have a range of room types to choose from including self-catering apartments, mixed dorms and twin rooms. The dorms are perfectly designed for small or large groups.
Included in the price of your room is a continental breakfast, wi-fi access, a full kitchen, bed linens, and more. There's also a bar and restaurant that has life music.
The hostel is located on Anglesea Street right near the wax museum. It's surrounded by many different restaurants, attractions, and clubs.
18-21 Anglesea Street Temple Bar, Dublin 2 ,
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