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Stayed here for the one night in July 2012 as part of a huge charity bike ride, The Cap to Cap, as needed cheap and cheerful place to lay our heads after a lo g day in the saddle. Found the place to be ideal...More
I decided to travel alone and saw this hostel. Firstly I liked that this hostel had the option for a women's only room. I was greeted by friendly staff members and the room was fairly decent. I came to see the beauty of Dublin rather...More
Stayed here for one night and I’m glad that’s all it was for. The hostel is massively over priced, I paid €52 for a mixed 6 bed dorm...I had to make my own bed and I’m honestly not sure when the bathroom was last cleaned....More
The location is perfect. The bedroom was quiet enough and the building is nice. Also nice staff.
But the cleaning could be better in the bathroom, there was few hairs on the ground.
The price was expensive (€56 in a dorm) and for that price...More
Probably one of the nicer hostels I have stayed in, in Dublin. It's central location is great and meant we didn't have to pay for taxis as we could walk. The staff made check in quick and easy. They were friendly and welcoming. The room...More
Response from A-Star-Backpackers | Property representative |
Yes we have a fully equipped kitchen for guests to use and a guest fridge where you can store your own food (just ask at reception for labels for your food). We also have two medium sized supermarkets just beside... More
Yes we have a fully equipped kitchen for guests to use and a guest fridge where you can store your own food (just ask at reception for labels for your food). We also have two medium sized supermarkets just beside the hostel so hopefully they'll have everything you need.
Hope this helps!