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|Distance to city centre||0.2 km|
|"Soooo patient and friendly staff!"||(in 253 reviews)|
|"Clean, nice breakfast, quiet room."||(in 179 reviews)|
|"Good breakfast Very central location."||(in 285 reviews)|
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|boiled eggs||in 13 reviews|
|bunk bed||in 29 reviews|
|common area||in 12 reviews|
|ensuite bathroom||in 29 reviews|
|free breakfast||in 263 reviews|
|free tea||in 54 reviews|
|great location||in 390 reviews|
|heart of dublin||in 64 reviews|
|near temple||in 9 reviews|
|nice hostel||in 116 reviews|
|right besides river||in 20 reviews|
|staff were very helpful||in 336 reviews|
|standing in a puddle||in 4 reviews|
|temple bar area||in 133 reviews|
|usb ports||in 22 reviews|
|value for money||in 58 reviews|
Close to Temple bar area
The bathroom wasn’t clean. There was soap scum everywhere and the shower (part of the bath) didn’t drain at all. It was like showering I’m a pool. Very expensive for what it is.
Great location but because it's so central, expect noise from nightlife.
Well organised, safe, friendly environment Amazing position, right in the centre of the city Very clean room
Electric plugs were not working properly, had some issue charging our phones.
I liked the friendly staff besides the generous breakfast and the strategic place that have the hostel.
The hostel staff was very kind and helpful with any questions, the breakfast was pretty good and the location of the hostel was very good to get around!
It was a bit frustrating at times because of the lack of hand towels. (But when we asked, the staff gave us extra ones) Our shower sprayed water everywhere and the bathroom was a bit dirty. But it wasn’t terrible, everything else was great.
Abigails Hostel in Dublin is a modern center for accommodation situated in the heart of this Irish city. It offers all the modern comforts required for a relaxing stay and is a favorite among both older travelers and the younger backpacking community.
Abigails Hostel stands in the heart of Dublin. Its city-center location is one of its main highlights. Standing on Aston Quay, the property overlooks the River Liffey. The cultural Temple Bar is mere seconds away. At a walking distance of a few minutes are popular places such as Grafton Street, O’Connell Street, and Trinity College, while the Dart station provides a convenient transit point. The Convention Center, Grand Canal Theater, and O2 Arena are also within walking distance of the property.
Both shared dormitories and private rooms are available at Abigails Hostel to meeting the needs of budget-conscious travelers. An en-suite bathroom with toilet and shower is available in every room. Free bed linen is provided, and guests are spared the trouble of a curfew on the premises. Free WiFi is available to help guests stay connected at all times. Vending machines on the premises cater to the snacking needs of the guests, while a self-catering kitchen is also available for those who wish to cook.
Abigails Hostel is well-known for its complimentary breakfast with a variety of scones, croissants, eggs, and yogurts earning high praise from guests. Several dining options are also available nearby and worth exploring.
Abigails Hostel lends great emphasis to security with electronic passes being provided to its guests. There’s a lift in the building as well as common areas that are bright and airy. Free guided walking tours are arranged to take tourists around to many important locales throughout Dublin.
Those looking for an affordable stay in the city with all the comforts of home can consider Abigails Hostel as a preferred accommodation address.
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Most popular landmarks
- General Post Office 336 m
- Abbey Theatre 340 m
- Trinity College 345 m
- Trinity College Library 392 m
- Grafton Street 0.5 km
- Dublin Castle 0.5 km
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|Dublin Connolly||0.9 km|
|Dublin Pearse||1 km|