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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Ironing Service
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
2:00 PM - 11:30 PM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Location- right in the Temple Bar district
Dirty, wifi only in common area, no lockers or areas for storage of belongings, very loud
No worth staying there, although it is close to the centre. So expensive for the quality.
Awful for the price (60€ double room with shared bathroom). Dirty room and bathrooms, dirty sheets on bed. Awful bed and pillows. Low Wi-Fi signal, only one socket in the room working properly (2 in total far away from bed). Broken fabric wardrobe fixed with tape. Food smell in the whole building due the pizzeria in ground floor. People screaming just in the other side of our window until 4AM. Cistern didn't work properly.
Location was brilliant, room was simple but clean and perfect for somewhere to sleep!
Awesome location, nice staff, pizza place connected to the hostel was good and cheap!
Value and location good.
Friendly staff, nice discount on food, perfect location
A bit too dirty and bathrooms were too small and uncomfortable
The location was amazing, just between Dame St and Temple Bar. However the trade off for this location was the noise! I've stayed in two other Temple Bar Hostels and never before was I kept awake all night long by conversations on the street! We were on the second floor!
When you go to hostels you expect to go in way before your check in time to lock your bags up. Despite saying that they have a 24 hour desk when we arrived at 7 and rang the bell, nothing, called? nothing. Called again at 8am still nothing! Finally called booking.com and they called the manager I believe and we were finally let in and then treated very very rudely. Then the room, it looked fine, small but that's what you expect. The heater was a huge issue. The window and walls were thin and letting the cold in but we could not leave the heater on while asleep or away because at some point the heat had actually melted the nob and we were afraid it would cause a fire. I would absolutely never stay there again ever. It was a terrible experience of rude staff, discomfort, and a bad nights sleep.
This hostel doesn't look like the picture!!! First of all its next to a pizzeria who apparently they share the building so there is a baking flavour on hall the corridor. No light in the toilet, and the worst: Ok it's in temple bar area but come on no double window?? The night was a nightmare!
noisy fellow guests, cleanliness under par, 1 shower for a dozen guests, breakfast was all you can eat toast and cereal.
Location. Cheap. Basic but clean
Noise from street
Being in the middle of Dublin 20% discount on food purchased in takeaway
sleeping in cheap bed (very hard with very old bed) shower water boiling hot or ice cold strong smell of paint from cooking. loud humming noise from electrical equipment used for pizza takeaway. cheap cereal & bread for breakfast DIY style with throwaway cups. over all the place looks like its never been cleaned. The doors were opened in takeaway most of the time to let the smells & steam rise throughout stairs & hostel rooms which was overpowering. dangerous electrical wire hanging from wall next to shower
Sleeping a lot, it was warm, and cosy also there is a cheap and tasty place to eat with 50% off when you are host resident.
There was other tenants who were really noise. They were shouting and the walls are really thin so it's not nice to hear people 3 walls away clearly at 3 am.
The hostel is what you expect for the price. Generally clean. We went for a quick last minute break for 3 nights and staying in a twin room which was bunk beds but was all we needed really. Great location, it's right in temple bar 2 minutes from all the bars. Staff helpful with everything we needed. Half price pizza!
As its above a pizza shop, sometimes there is a smell of pizza upstairs but you get used to it.
Everything - it was absolutely disgusting!
It was really central
Not trustworthy, all the deliverers of the pizza restaurant were staying in the hall of our hostel
Location. Nice and helpful staff.
Smell of deep frying in the hallways and toilets coming from the fast food linked with the hostel. NOT in the rooms though.
It was really cold everywhere. The heater in the room works, but that's it. Also there is a very strong smell of old grease from the Apache restaurant downstairs, which is disgusting.
Location, staff, and room were perfectly acceptable.
WiFi, on the third... Might have been 4th, but in order to use the WiFi on the top floor of the establishment I needed to lay on the floor.
There was no soap to wash your hands, and there was no toilet paper from when we returned to the hostel around Midnight to probably after we checked out around 11.
smell of stinky feet, dirty bathroom
the location was perfect!
the room is a little bit small.
Location was great
Good location of the hotel. 50% discount in the adjacent Apache pizza.
Unfortunately, we were disappointed, the bed was very uncomfortable but the worst part was the noise from the street, at night we just could not sleep. in these conditions it was too expensive
The location couldn'y be better. Walking distance for lot of places of interest and few steps from the Temple Bar, the Trinity College, the Castle, etc
I had my own private room with a double bed but the bed was not confortable at all and the shared bathroom was not exactly spotless clean.
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