Hostels for Groups in Dublin, Ireland

Dublin has long been a travel destination for school groups and young travelers looking for fun, history, and culture. The city is a fun and educational destination where you can experience the arts, music, and fine dining. Group accommodation options are plentiful and you should have no problem finding an affordable place for your group to stay.

How much do hostels in Dublin cost?

Average Dorm Price $18 ($13 to $27)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $73 ($35 to $158)
Dorm Bed: $13.50
Private Room: $33.00
Overall Rating: 84%
Abbey Court is an excellent option for group accommodation because it has a range or room sizes that you can choose from. There are dorms with 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 beds. Each room has plenty of storage space so guests can fit their luggage without a problem. This is a perfect option for friends traveling together, college students getting away for the weekend, or organized groups needing a place to stay. The hostel has excellent facilities and is popular with organized groups. Your group will be assigned a personal account manager that will work with you to ensure that everything goes as planned. They can organize airport transfers, tours, group breakfasts, and dining in house. They can also offer group discounts for a variety of activities around town.

The hostel is located very close to O'Connell Bridge in a central part of the city. It's just a short, two minute walk to the Temple Bar neighborhood, where there is an excellent nightlife scene. Other areas nearby include Dublin City Castle, Christ Church Cathedral, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Grafton Street and Stephen's Green. You can also easily walk to a tram stop and the DART station.
29 Bachelors Walk Dublin 1 , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: $10.00
Private Room: $20.00
Overall Rating: 81%
This hostel welcomes groups of all sizes. They have a large range of room sizes including everything from singles to 12 bed dorms. Some have private bathrooms while others do not. All doors have electronic locks to keep you safe. Groups with more than 10 people are required to pay, in full, a month before they arrive. A security deposit is also required once you arrive.

This hostel has many amenities available to guests including free wireless internet, a complimentary breakfast, city maps and travel information, free movie nights daily, an entertainment area with a playstation and foosball, and bicycle rental. There is also a cafe on site.

The hostel is located in the middle of the city just a five minute walk from the Temple Bar neighborhood. It's also very close to Grafton Street, Christ Church, Wexford Street, and many other attractions. This is a convenient and fun place to stay if you're looking to take full advantage of everything that Dublin has to offer.
55 Aungier Street Dublin 2 , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: $16.00
Private Room: $20.00
Overall Rating: 82%
Four Courts Hostel is a good option for smaller groups that need a comfortable place to stay. Every group is required to sign a Code of Conduct upon arrival and pay a 250 euro security deposit. Rooms range in size from large dorms to small, private twin rooms.

There are a range of amenities available through this hostel including free breakfast, free wireless internet, an airport shuttle directly from the hostel, free travel information, free city walking tours, nightly pub crawls, barbecues on Thursday nights, free movies and video games, a foosball trable, pool table, and car parking.

This hostel is conveniently located in the city center with easy accessibility to Dublin's main attractions. It's very close to Temple Bar and is also near the Guinness Storehouse, Christ Church, Phoenix Park and the Dublin Zoo.
15/17 Merchants Quay Christchurch (Adjacent to Temple Bar) , Dublin, Ireland,

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