A great place to stay. The staff is friendly and catering. There is no curfew, so you can come back from the pubs at anytime. The rooms are basic bunk-bed rooms that you would have in any other hostel. They were kept up and clean with locked cabinets available to use. The bathrooms were clean and relatively modern (which can be hit or miss in Europe...). There is free Wi-Fi available and can even connect to it in the rooms a little bit. The free breakfast is toast, cereal, coffee/tea or juice, but the hostel is located near some great places for good breakfasts (The Lovinspoon is a block away). They have a courtyard area and a few other amenities that we didn't utilize. They also have tickets available for some of the attractions in Dublin, sometimes at a discount.
All in all a good deal and definitely will stay here again.
The hostel is in a quite nice old house near Parnell Square, Writers Museum and James Joyce Centre. The Lobby is convenient and the rooms are quite clean - except the showers and the toilets on the second floor, which are mouldy. I asked the staff to improve, but that did not help very much.
There is a room with computers where you have access to internet for 1 Euro per 30 minutes and they also have free wifi. The breakfast consists of two slices of toasted bread with butter and jam, coffee or tea and cereals - they call it continental, but I don't know what's continental on that.
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