Hostels with Private Rooms in Dublin, Ireland

Hostels with Private Rooms in Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland's east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. It's a small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin’s mix of heritage and high-living will not disappoint. Dublin has been in the news since the 9th century, and while traces of its Viking past have been largely washed away, the city is a living museum of its history since then, with medieval castles and cathedrals on display alongside the architectural splendors of its 18th-century heyday, when Dublin was the most handsome Georgian city of the British Empire. It's historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick's Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include landscaped St Stephen's Green and huge Phoenix Park, containing Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture. Dubliners will admit theirs isn’t the prettiest city, but they’ll go soft at the knees when talking about the character and personality of the ‘greatest city in the world'. Talkative, amiable, and witty, Dubliners at their ease are the greatest hosts of all, a charismatic bunch with compelling soul and sociability. The pub remains alpha and omega of social interaction in Dublin. The city’s relationship with alcohol is complex and conflicted, but at its very best, a night out in the pub is the perfect social activity and one of the highlights of a visit to Dublin, and with more than 1000 of them spread about the city, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Dublin is an exciting and charming destination and these hostels with private rooms provide an excellent base for exploring the area.
How much do hostels in Dublin cost?
Average Dorm Price $17 ($12 to $23)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $64 ($35 to $97)
Dorm Bed: EUR13.00
Private Room: EUR21.25
Overall Rating: 81%
The Times Hostel – Camden Place is a friendly, safe, clean, and cozy backpackers’ hostel located in Dublin’s trendy nightlife district just off Camden Street in the heart of Dublin’s city center. From the hostel, it's only a five-minute walk to Grafton Street, St. Stephen’s Green, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral and a ten-minute walk to Temple Bar and Trinity College. There are many restaurants, shops, bars, and clubs just around the corner as well. A stay here includes fast free Wi-Fi, free daily events, free tea, coffee, and hot chocolate at any time, and there’s no curfew to worry about either. The facility also offers free welcome drinks, free luggage storage, a big kitchen to cook in, a lounge with TV, book swap, board games, and a lovely fireplace. Their free weekly events include free wine and cheese on Tuesday, free dinner or finger food every Wednesday, free welcome drinks on Friday night, and free pancakes on Saturday morning. There’s a free walking tour of Dublin every day, plus pub crawls every night. The friendly and experienced staff are on-hand 24hrs a day and are happy to help you out with questions, ideas, discounts to tourist attractions and all the ins and outs and sights of the city. Linen is free, beds are clean and comfy, luggage and laptop storage is free, and you’ll find free city maps and tour information at reception. Choose between eleven room types, including dorms with ensuite bathrooms or shared bathrooms, female-only dorms, and private doubles/twins with ensuite or shared bathrooms. Dublin buses and LUAS (Dublin’s light rail system) are right outside our door. The 16A bus (one minute away) will take you straight to-and-from the airport. Children under the age of 18 are not permitted in shared dorms and must be in a private room accompanied by an adult. Towels are available for hire.

8-9 Camden Place , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: EUR12.00
Private Room: EUR21.00
Overall Rating: 89%
Jacobs Inn is set near Connolly Station and Busaras, Dublin’s main bus station, making this location convenient for travelers going to and from the rest of Ireland. This hostel has been frequently compared favorably to a hotel. Visitors say the hostel's walking tour is ‘a great way to hit the highlights of Dublin if you’re only there for a short time’. Jacobs Inn is a funky, comfortable hostel with a wide range of accommodation options for the individual backpacker, families, and groups of all sizes. All guests can enjoy ensuite showers and toilets, two large common areas, and the best self-catering kitchen of any Dublin hostel. You can enjoy accommodation in single, twin, double, triple, four-bed, and multi-bed rooms. The dorms are among the largest and most spacious in Dublin. You can book private rooms for one, two, three, or four people in rooms which are all furnished to a very high standard with flat screen televisions, safes and hotel-standard bathrooms with shower ensuite. Underbed lockers are available in Dorm rooms. Free Wi-Fi, free use of luggage scales, free guided walking tours, and free events such as Irish Dance Nights, live music, big-screen movies, and more are also offered at the proeprty. There's also laundry facilities. Before your busy day, enjoy your free breakfast of tea, coffee, hot chocolate, juice, cereal, and a selection of breads with jam, honey and butter. In common areas you can enjoy a pool table, foosball, board games, or streaming movies on the 60 inch Widescreen TV's. Jacobs Inn is also in a great location to explore the city. Outside the hostel is the direct bus from Dublin Airport. It's also opposite Busaras, the central bus station, only 50 meters here to Connolly train station, and 20 meters to the LUAS, while O’Connell St is just 500 meters away. All tourist attractions, restaurants, bars and shops (including Trinity College and Temple Bar) are but a short stroll away. Please note that families travelling with children under the age of 16 are required to book private rooms.

21 Talbot Place , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: EUR13.00
Private Room: EUR21.25
Overall Rating: 83%
Located in the heart of Dublin’s historic city center, The Times Hostel – College Street is the perfect base for all tourists and backpackers looking for a modern, stylish, clean, safe and friendly hostel in the center of Dublin. Whether you are in Dublin for a day or a week, The Times Hostel – College Street will make you feel right at home with its super-friendly staff, cozy bedrooms, fresh linen, fully-equipped kitchen, common area, and even home-made meals on selected days. The property is right in the heart of Dublin City overlooking Trinity College, Dublin’s oldest university. Grafton Street, O’Connell Street, Christchurch Cathedral, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Dublin’s cultural quarter, Temple Bar, are all just a short walk away. At the Times Hostel – College Street, 24-hour reception, board games, recycling facilities, nightly pub crawls, and a clean, welcoming space are all available. The hostel also offers free ice cream on Mondays, free wine and cheese on Tuesdays, free dinner on Wednesdays, free coffee, tea and hot chocolate all day, free Wi-Fi, free maps and guides, free luggage storage, free bed linen, free book swap and a free daily walking tour of Dublin. All rooms are en suite and showers are completely new. The spacious and bright common and kitchen areas are perfect for meeting other backpackers, watching a few movies, having a few pints, or just chilling out. The friendly staff at reception are always there to help you with travel advice and recommendations for places to see. They can book a tour for you, make a restaurant reservation and organize your early-morning airport shuttle. Children under 18 must be booked into private family rooms – they will not be permitted in shared accommodation.

8, College Street Dublin , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: $19.70
Private Room: $48.63
Overall Rating: 90%
Gardiner House is located in a beautiful historical building, a 200-years-old former convent with its own Victorian chapel converted into a backpacker's hostel for travelers and students. It has been completely renovated to a high standard and it still retains its originality and charm. The facility offers a spacious kitchen open 24/7 with everything you need to cook your own meals, including plenty of fridge space and tea/coffee/hot chocolate available at any time. Free breakfast is available from 7:00 to 10:30. There is also private garden, where you can relax and have your meal while breathing some fresh air.

There are many common areas, such as the dining and living room where you can hang out, meet other travelers, enjoy your meals, play pool, football table and board games, listen to music and have a few drinks. There is also a large TV room, furnished with very comfortable sofas and classy beanbag chairs where you can watch a movie or use the computers for free. A laundry room is available to wash, dry and iron your clothes. Car park is available for an additional fee. The property is located on Upper Gardiner Street, next to Mountjoy Park, only a few minutes' walk from O’Connell Street and near all public transportation.  Restaurants, bars, shops and main tourist attractions such as Temple Bar and Trinity College are only a few minutes away. Their international staff will always happy to offer you advice and can offer you some free or budget tour options to explore the city and the rest of Ireland. The hostel offers a variety of comfortable accommodations including large mixed and female dorms (4,6,8,12 beds), private rooms (single, twin, triple, double), and The Chapel Experience. In this room you can enjoy the experience of sleeping in a former church adapted to become a dorm, while keeping its original features like windows, decorations, wall murals and holy water stoups. Each room comes with its own Wi-Fi router and flat screen TV for private rooms. Linens are free and they provide high quality mattresses and individual reading lights to ensure a high level of comfort. Minors are not permitted in dormitory rooms.

76 Gardiner Upper Street , Dublin, Ireland,
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