We stood in the Hostel for four nights with friends in a 6-bed-room (1st floor) and afterwards for one night as a couple in a 2-bed-room (4th floor).
To start with the negative experience we had: The hotel seems to organize from tome to time a party, what is good for party-people but bad for people, that wants to sleep. The ridiculous thing is, that the party starts at 3 o'clock in the night (to 6 o'clock) and is clearly audible in the sleeping rooms (Furthermore a quite unfriendly clean-up lady wanted to asure our check-up time at 10 o'clock the following morning.)
Beside that, the place is a very good hostel. It makes a very safe impression (one needs cards to enter and use the lifts, ...), the personel at the reception is friendly. The rooms are very tidy, but there is no clean-up during the stay, what could become unlovely, if you stay in a 6-bed-room for a longer while. Due to the size of the hotel, the place is very clinical.
The quality of the rooms are different from the 6-bed to the 2-bed rooms.
- the double beds are very modern
- there are nor hooks for clothes nor shelves nor any kind of funriture anywhere, what would be very usefull especially in the bathroom
- Almost like y hotel room!
- A lot of hookes, even towels and a table
Generally the hostel is a quite good place to stay in Dublin.
All in all a nice hostel to stay in Dublin.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You’ll find Generator Dublin in the heart of Smithfield Square in central Dublin. This newly fashionable area located between the developing museum district and the Four Courts District has plenty to do and see. Next door you’ll find the Jameson Distillery, one of the most popular attractions in the city. Dublin is a compact city and the best way to explore is on foot, so you don’t miss a thing. You’re a short walk from the infamous Guinness Storehouse with its un-missable 360 degree gravity bar, Temple Bar and the Spire. But while you are here make sure you soak up the atmosphere of the hostel. It’s a destination in its own right. Head to the bar and chill out areas and get yourself a well deserved drink or two and soak up the most eclectic and authentic entertainment for miles around. We have recently added a wide range of specialist craft beers both from local and afar. We’ve also great beds for sleepy heads and of course you’ll be enjoying Dublin life in the most stylish and authentic surroundings. Choose from a great selection of rooms, from Dorms, to Quads, to Private en-suites with innovative mod cons. Fast and free Wi-Fi is all yours too. To get the most out of your stay speak with any member of our team, their city expertise will help you devise an itinerary that will take you to all the hidden treasures this dynamic city has to offer. We’ll see you there soon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Generator Hostel Dublin Hotel Dublin