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Given the price of Dublin hotels, this place was a superb low cost alternative. Secure keyfob entry to modern complex, hotel standard en suite rooms with communal kitchen/lounge shared by six rooms. Pubs and cafes 5 minutes away, city centre just a 20 minute walk.
Stayed here in August with a group of friends. Location was good - we could walk to the Guinness Storehouse and bars/restaurants. Rooms and communal areas were clean. Would definitely recommend staying here if you are in a group - was really nice that we could all be in the same flat. Only downside was that you have to pay for towels and soap is not in the room - I asked for some at reception and they had “run out” - should be given in my opinion.
This is a modern student residence. We had a studio suite for 5 nights and loved the airy space and full kitchen (cleaner and sponge provided but not dish towels). We liked the quiet, residential feel of the neighbourhood but note that the closest bus stop and convenience store is about a 5 minute walk away and the closest tram is about a 20 minute walk (both at a brisk pace). If a hair dryer is important to you then bring your own as they didn’t have one available during our stay. Laundry facilities are new and soap is provided (9 Euro base fee does one normal load, wash and dry). We’d likely stay here again the next time we visit Dublin, assuming the rates remain competitive.
Stayed here for 4 nights the first time we went to Dublin. In walking distance to city centre(Grafton Street, Trinity College etc) and Guinness Storehouse. Pleasant and youthfull staff, clean and organized room organization. The other residents in the same hallway at the time were nice and friendly as well. The common room with the designated kitchen and seating area did the job, but we found it a tad bit too plain aesthetically. 10/10 would stay here again. Decent supermarkets nearby. Would also recomend the Fumbally Café right next to Destiny Mill.
We stayed for three nights in one of the studio apartments. The size was generous and the room was updated and clean. Access to a shared and very modern kitchen was easy. Not the best neighborhood of Dublin, but certainly improving. Across the street from two different distilleries. The price was fantastic for the value! Check in and check out was super easy and they were able to get us checked in early which was a huge bonus! I would definitely stay here again.
This is not a hotel. From what I could make out It was student accommodation that is “rented” out over summer months. So think airbnb- there are no hotel facilities and you are left to your own devices. We rented a studio flat. It was spotlessly clean and modern inside. There was a kitchenette which had basic supplies - (actually only one wine glass and no corkscrew lol so bring your own). But it had a hob, microwave and kettle etc. It wasn’t particularly private as we our windows looked into the courtyard so you could see into everyone’s rooms. Even with blind pulled it wasn’t 100% private. 10-15 walking distance to city centre and right opposite teeling distillery which I recommend! Transport links aren’t great to it though - we had to get a taxi. Not great for disabled access as no lifts. If you have a room that’s not ground floor you have get your luggage up the stairs. It was pleasant enough to stay in but i wouldn’t really have it top of my list if I went to Dublin again.
It's a budget hotel, good location and great communal areas. When we arrived we had issues with payment, I had already paid and they said they hadn't recieved the money yet. After an hour and calling booking.com (we booked through them) they finally gave us the key. I don't know who is as fault for this but it did happen here and I've used booking.com many times without issue. The rooms are not very sound proof. We could hear the couple next door having some adult fun as well as their toilet flushing. We can also hear everything outside the bedroom door, people wheeling suitcase and opening doors. No food is allowed in the room, beds are small (as advertised) and no soap is provided. It does the job if you're just looking for somewhere to sleep, just bring ear plugs.
Student accommodation available for summer visitors at low prices. We paid 58 € for 2 people per night. Very close to Dublin city centre. Clean and quiet. We were even given free towels, they are usually available to rent for 3€. Very friendly staff. I would highly recommend this place.
Small room but the two of us didn't need more than that. Sparkly clean! Comfortable, 24h front desk. Room wasn't ready when we got there so we had to wait a little and eventually got another room (no biggy). The staff were friendly and helpful. Great value for the price. We will book it again.
We needed a room for one night in Dublin, and this fitted the bill perfectly! I have rarely paid so little for a room for one person, never mind two, in Dublin. Everything was basic, but spotless and new and the shared kitchen was well equipped. Would definitely stay there again.
Located in City Centre Dublin, Destiny Student - Mill Street West (New Mill) is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as St. Patrick's Cathedral and Vicar Street. This 330-room, 3.5-star hostel welcomes guests with in-room amenities like refrigerators, microwaves, and coffee makers.
All 330 heated rooms provide full-sized refrigerators/freezers, microwaves, and dishwashers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet. Ovens, stovetops, and coffee makers are also standard. Limited housekeeping is available.
Guests of Destiny Student - Mill Street West (New Mill) enjoy features like a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a terrace. Offsite parking is available for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with concierge services and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities, a garden, and a picnic area.