We’ve booked a double room in this hostel and got a normal 6-bed dormitory (in which we stayed alone). The room was clean but very outdated. And COLD!! We visited Dublin in February and the temperature was around 5 degrees. They only started the heating in the evenings for about 2 hours. The room did not have more than 14 degrees which is not very pleasant if you’re coming back after a day of sightseeing and would like to limber up. Besides, our bathroom window did not close completely so the cold air entered in the room continuously. We made the reception aware of this on our first evening but it was fixed only after 2 days.
The free Wi-Fi did not always work but the kitchen downstairs is well equipped. Breakfast is included and consists of eggs, white and brown toast, jam and Nutella and fruits out of the can. Coffee, tea, milk and orange juice is offered.
The location is good; the bus from the airport takes around 30min and the city centre can be reached within 10-15min walking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A beautifully restored Georgian townhouse in Dublin city centre, Abraham House enjoys a reputation as one of Ireland's premier hostels. We are just a five minute walk from Dublin's main bus terminal and Connolly train station. All of our guest rooms are ensuite (with bathroom) and the reception is staffed 24/7. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Abraham House Hotel Dublin