Ideally situated just a two-minute walk from the main street in Dublin (O'Connell Street), the hostel building itself is very famous. Itï¿½s 200 years old and was once the home of famous poets and playwrights Mr. Dion Boucicault and Lafcadio Hearne (Koizumi Yakumo). Weï¿½ve ... More
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Ideally situated just a two-minute walk from the main street in Dublin (O'Connell Street), the hostel building itself is very famous. Itï¿½s 200 years old and was once the home of famous poets and playwrights Mr. Dion Boucicault and Lafcadio Hearne (Koizumi Yakumo). Weï¿½ve gone to great lengths to restore the buildings and the hostel still maintains the character of years gone by.We have single, twin, double and triple ï¿½Townhouseï¿½ rooms available. All rooms have cable TV, telephones and tea/coffee makers. Please note some triple rooms have a double bed and a single bed. Our specially-designed ï¿½Globetrotterï¿½ dormitories can accommodate 6, 8, 10 or 12 people. All dorms have en-suite showers and toilets as well as comfortable pine bunk beds which are custom-designed for us. Each bed has a reading light and the bed linen is professionally laundered daily. Continental quilts are also included which have been said to be cosy in winter and refreshingly cool in the summertime. We open the kitchen to our guests to allow them to cook their own meals between 3pm and 9pm.There is a free left-luggage facility. Safety deposit boxes are also available for a small charge. The Breakfast Room overlooks a wonderful Japanese garden in which you are also able to enjoy an outdoor picnic should you desire. Most tourist attractions are within walking distance from here, including Trinity College, the National Art Gallery, museums, etc. The central bus station (ï¿½Busarasï¿½) and Connolly train station are just around the corner from us. As if all of this wasn't enough, the airport bus stops right outside our door! Please note that children under 16 must be booked into private family rooms and are not permitted in shared accommodation.
i thought the hotel was nice, the breakfast was good BUT the treatment of my boys was not good. We girls stayed in the hotel side and were treated wonderfully, the boys were in the hostel side and the were not treated nicely by the staff. i think it was cause they were being treated like "hostel" guests.
the room was wonderful, the location is great. martin at the desk was very entertaining.
We arrived the second week of September so the crowds were gone. The rooms were clean and the service was very good. The modest price of 20 pounds per person was more than worth the stay. Overall I would say Globetrotter is slightly above average compared to some of the other Hostels I've stayed at in Europe.
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