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Food & Drink
Free! 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
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! 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.
Cards accepted at this property
The Apache Hostel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Based on 322 reviews
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In the heart of Dublin's Village Quarter, The Times Hostel-Camden Place has clean, affordable accommodations, just a 10-minute walk from the center of the city, Grafton Street and Temple Bar.
Score from 554 reviews Good
The Backpackers Citi Hostel is situated in the heart of Dublin, just a short walk from Dublin Central Bus Station with a 24-hour reception and free baggage storage room.
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Just a 5 minute walk from bustling O’Connell Street and a 15 minute walk from the vibrant pubs of Temple Bar, this hostel is in a historic, Georgian building.
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Ashfield House is the most centrally located hostel in Dublin - between Trinity College and O'Connell Bridge and a one minute walk from Temple Bar, Grafton Street and attractions.
Score from 375 reviews Good
location was great.
No Bathroom in room.
Very friendly staff Good location
Poor enough bathroom facilities for the shared dorms (yes I know it's a cheap hostel, but even still). Also I happened to require a decent night's sleep, which didn't happen, as it's in the middle of templebar. :)
Creaking and rickety beds Verry high pillow No curtains A lot of noise from a busy street with a lot of pubs
dirty room.just dirt everywhere. had to wait to book in.no one covering check in desk.stair well very dirty.this place needs a deep clean.windows covered in food.never again.we didn`t stay the night.
The bed wasn't confortable
They picked up the phone when i rang.
They cancelled my reservation by email an hour before check in leaving me without a place to stay on a bank holiday Saturday. There was nowhere else in the city. The staff member I spoke to said it was nothing to do with him there was a double booking & what was he supposed to do about it. Don't risk staying here you could be left on the street.
I will continue what I started above but could not due to space. This has the potential to be a great hostel, but as is, is a fairly mediocre one. Full marks to a casually employed staff who do their best with inadequate material.
No place to hang things. No space in tootles. Toilet lids hanging loose. No lockers, no security once pass the very secure front door. But it caters largely for a surfing fraternity who are happy with rough. My sympathies for the lass trying to bring order into chaos in the kitchen where so many leave things to others.
Great location in the Temple Bar, good wifi signal
Not very clean and definitely very noisy from the street...price for the location I guess
Location, flexible staff
Our room (twin bunks) was filthy. It looked like it had never been properly cleaned. The fire alarm in our room was also disabled and hanging from the ceiling. One shower on our floor did not work, which you only figured out after getting in the shower and trying to turn it on. Atmosphere was not welcoming. All of the doors creaked so loudly we were concerned about waking up neighbors in the morning.
I loved the location and for that price I was really impressed. We also received a great welcome and great service from the guy on reception....Ravi :) I will be staying here again when I am in Dublin :)
Comfortable bed and clean bedding, seating area on roof top, half price food from apache pizza, convenient toilet and shower. Good location. Basic but functional.
Location, value for money, 50% off select meals at the Apache Pizza restaurant for staying in the hostel, breakfast was only €2.50, how quite it was in the hostel itself, cleanliness of our room (double room), we were given a key to the entry door - so no curfew to be in at a certain time at night and polite staff members
There was no soap in any of the bathrooms - even in the Apache restaurant bathroom, most of the bathrooms were dirty/smelled of pee and wifi was slow on my phone/didn't work with some of my apps...Apart from this, it was an overall lovely place to stay
Comfortable beds, hot showers, roof top smoking area and 50% discount on the food from the takeaway downstairs.
No tea or coffee making facilities as stated.
Wifi connection was being difficult at times.
I stayed in a double room with a shared bathroom. The room was small but this was fine since I (and presumably most others) wasn't planning on spending much time in the hostel. The bed was and the mattress very soft and springy, though that may not agree with everyone. It's right at temple bar and you can get everywhere with a short walk. You also get a little voucher thing that gets you a discount in the Apache Pizza place it's attached to. Oh and if you are booking here, when you get to the hostel you need to ring a doorbell to get in to it, the door is left closed.
The room was absolutely boiling when we got back to the hostel that night. The window opened but wouldn't stay open so we couldn't sleep all that well. The curtains on the window, while they covered the entire window while I was standing, when lying down I could see out through a ~15cm gap, there was a yard/stairs outside it where people were coming and going from their apartments. I would have held the window open during the night with my book or something if it wasn't for that.
central located, good facilities, clean
no wifi in the room
Value for money, good location.
Lack of hygiene in toilets and poor breakfast
Shower was brilliant. Bed was comfy. Roof terrace was brilliant.
Couldn't get any toilet to flush even a few sheets of toilet paper let alone anything more.
Staff were helpful for travel options and direction of city.
The location is in the heart of the party area and it doesn't stop until 5 a.m. Mattresses are warped, the windows do nothing for noise or weather and the heater did not work.
City centre location. Great value for the location.
Location and helpful staff.
Quite seedy. Needed a lick of paint. Disgusting rooftop smoking area.
Destroyed beds, everything dirty
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