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    Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

    Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

    Stockhole Lane, Swords, Clonshaugh, Dublin
    The price is $137 per night from Oct 31 to Nov 1
    4.3/5 Excellent! (2,339 reviews)
    Clayton Hotel Leopardstown

    Clayton Hotel Leopardstown

    Central Park, Leopards Town, Dublin, Dublin, 18
    The price is $111 per night from Oct 9 to Oct 10
    4.1/5 Very Good! (1,004 reviews)
    Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch

    Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch

    Christchurch Place, Dublin, Dublin, 8
    The price is $179 per night from Oct 9 to Oct 10
    4.1/5 Very Good! (1,005 reviews)

What are the best Dublin youth hostels?

  • Jacobs Inn Hostel: This hostel puts you right in the middle of Dublin’s city center, about a 12-minute walk away from Temple Bar and only a 5-minute walk from Abbey Street. You’ll feel right at home thanks to 24-hour check-in, on-site laundry facilities, and an on-request shuttle that takes you to and from the airport.
  • Spire Hostel: Get your group photo op done at The Spire, then see a show at the renowned Abbey Theatre, both just 2 minutes away by foot. You’ll have plenty of energy thanks to free breakfast, but you can easily wind down in the lounge area with a big-screen TV.

What are the top party hostels in Dublin?

  • Oliver St. John Gogarty Hostel: This hostel puts you smack in the middle of Temple Bar, Dublin’s legendary party district. Have a pint at the on-site bar, then pub-crawl your way down Crown Alley. You’ll be glad for the complimentary coffee in the morning.
  • Times Hostel Camden Place: For a bit more local flavor, try this hostel in Portobello. You’re just steps from Camden Street, where you’ll find hipster cafes and hidden pubs. You’ll sink into pillowtop beds after a fun night out, then enjoy the free buffet breakfast before you head out for your next days’ adventures.

What are some Dublin hostels with private rooms?

  • Generator Dublin: It’s not every day you find cheap hostels in Dublin with king-size beds. You can also book private rooms of varying sizes, and all with flat-screen TVs, safes and USB chargers.
  • Gardiner House Hostel: Your private room has a TV, a kettle with complimentary tea and a small kitchen table for dining in. Rainfall showerheads add a bit of luxury to your morning. Then head down to the kitchen to start your day with free breakfast.