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The Dublin Central Hostel offers comfortable, clean and functional rooms.
Our Family rooms are perfect for your trip to Dublin Zoo or any other family outing.
Our front of house staff, have many years’ experience in the hospitality industry and they are committed to making your stay in Dublin, a relaxing, informative and memorable time.
When you return from your day in the City you can relax and unwind in our lounge area, make yourself a coffee in our open plan dining area, or step out into our boutique garden space and enjoy some quiet time to read a book or simply chat with friends.
Our lounge area has all the modern conveniences to help make your stay as relaxing as possible, you may use our TV/DVD player, Free Wi-Fi and so forth.
We offer free semi-continental breakfast that can be enjoyed in our open plan dining area or in our boutique garden space.
Our rooms are comfortable and clean, we have fitted wooden floors to ensure deep cleaning can be achieved each day. Our rooms have large airy windows and en-suite bathrooms. As we are five minutes’ walk from O’Connell Street, you get all the benefits of modern city living without the noise of city centre driving.
Our front of house staff, are highly trained with some staff having previously worked with some of the most prestigious accommodation vendors in the world. A true Cead Mile Failte (hundred-thousand-welcomes) can be expected each time you arrive at the Dublin Central Hostel.
Our front of house staff, have enjoyed the many tours on offer in Dublin and can offer you expert advice on which tours will deliver for your expectations, our staff will inform you about the various tours and then book your tour if you so desire.
At the Dublin Central Hostel we believe: 'A stranger, is just a friend, you have yet to meet.'
Book now and be our guest.
History: The Dublin Central Hostel is housed in one of Dublin’s famous Georgian Buildings that has been modernised to meet with guest expectations; its owners have maintained the Georgian Architecture while ensuring that modern comforts have been added for guest satisfaction. The Wall Plate on the front of the Dublin Central Hostel commemorates Cathal Maguire who was an Irish Volunteer; Cathal Maguire was born in 1909 and died in 1982. The Blessington Street and Parnell Square area played a significant role in the 1916-1922 periods. The Garden of Remembrance is a couple of minutes’ walk from the Dublin Central Hostel, and was visited by Queen Elizabeth of England in 2011; this visit marked a new relationship between two neighbouring nations.