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Reviewed on Aug. 28, 2019
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Reviewed on Mar. 17, 2020
Clontarf Castle Hotel
Reviewed on Nov. 30, 2020
What Is a Hostel?
If you're hoping to find somewhere affordable to stay in Dublin, one of the 36 hostels here could be a great option. No two hostels look identical, but these dormitory-style accommodations all offer the following:
- Shared rooms (though many hostels offer private room options too)
- Budget-friendly prices
- A social setting
Hostels are a great way to stay in Dublin for a good value, so you can save your budget for exploring. You can check out this destination's cultural highlights, such as its museums and live music venues.
Hostels in Dublin
Ready to book a hostel in town? These options have the best reviews from our travelers and could be a good place to look first:
Jacobs Inn - Hostel - 2-minute walk from Busaras Station for easy access to public transit. Guests can enjoy free WiFi, a restaurant, and a rooftop terrace.
Generator Dublin - Located steps from Old Jameson Distillery. Guests can enjoy free WiFi, a bar, and a 24-hour front desk. Rooms come with showers.
Isaacs Hostel - 2-minute walk from Busaras Station for easy access to public transit. You can take advantage of free breakfast and free WiFi, as well as a sauna.
Trinity College Campus Accommodation - Located steps from The Book of Kells. You can take advantage of free WiFi and an indoor pool, as well as a restaurant. Rooms come with desks and coffee/tea makers.
Times Hostel - Camden Place - Located steps from Iveagh Gardens. Property features include free breakfast, free WiFi, and a bar. You'll find showers in all rooms.
When Is the Best Time to Visit Dublin?
Good weather's definitely a plus when you're discovering new places, so here are some stats about the seasons:
- The hottest months are typically July and August, while January and February are the coldest months
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 52° F and nighttime temperatures average 34° F
- April-June: 66° F is the daytime average and 37° F is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 67° F and nighttime averages are around 45° F
- October-December: The average temperatures are 60° F during the day and 35° F at night
- Average rainfall is 29.88 inches in a year
What Can I Do in Dublin?
Depending on how you want to spend your time, you might appreciate these places:Top Sights
- Dublin Tourism Centre
- The Book of Kells
- Brown Thomas Flagship Store
- St. Stephen's Green
- St. Stephen's Green
- National Botanic Gardens
- Gaiety Theatre
- National Museum of Natural History
- National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
In general, Dublin is known for its:
- Live music
- Historical sites
How to Get to Dublin and Around the Area
You can fly into the nearest airport in Dublin (DUB), located 5.8 mi (9.3 km) away from the city center. After you've arrived, you may want to use public transit during your trip. Walk to nearby metro stations like Jervis Station, Abbey Street Station, and St. Stephen's Green Station. To see more of the surrounding area, take a train from Dublin Tara Street Station, Dublin Pearse Street Station, or Dublin Connolly Station.