Abbey Court Hostel - Dublin53.3473570889229, -6.26029059290886
Abbey Court Hostel is a modern venue offering a bright accommodation within a 15-minute walk of Temple Street .
The property lies about 10 minutes' walk from Dublin city center. The Boxty House with Irish specialties is just around the corner.
A bus stop is easily accessible.
This hostel comprises of 200 guestrooms such as 6-bed female Dorm, 10-bed Dorm, 10-bed mixed Dorm and 4-bed mixed Dorm. Equipped with free Wi-Fi, heating, pay television, a sitting area and a sofa, the rooms offer beds with lockers, feather pillows and linens. Rooms are fitted with single beds and bunk beds. There are marble en suite bathrooms. Hairdryers, bath sheets and terry bathrobes are also available.
Eat & Drink
The property provides a communal kitchen. It features a microwave, an electric kettle, a fridge, a toaster and a washing machine.
Guests can take advantage of 24-hour reception, dry cleaning/laundry and ironing service.
Active tourists will enjoy darts and tennis provided on-site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hostel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 200.
Leisure/ TV room
Sports & Fitness
- Table tennis
- Paid airport shuttle
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Leisure/ TV room
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Washing machine
- Shared kitchen
- Electric kettle
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
2 Beds in shared room2 Beds in shared room, 1 Bed in shared room
In the Room
1 Bed in shared room
In the Room
- City landmarks
Good location, clean rooms and adequate facilities. Very good for it's price, would recommend.
Only its location.
Dirty and small room, no space for luggages, freezing cold, many noises from other rooms. No value for EUR79. We stayed here for one night and moved to a better hotel next day.
Location is great :) Staff very friendly. they overlapped with my booking so offered us apartment for same price so i booked an extra nite.
stayed in the apartments balcony door was broken so couldnt open for 2days. shower head also broken. Told staff first night as they said they will send someone to fix in morning, we left at 12 still noone and wen we got back later that night nothing was fixed! only thing that let this stay down for us.
The room and the stairs and the bathrooms
Very good location. Neighbor with a tourist information.
Very bad roommare who slept whole day and woke up at night, which makes us hard to stay in the room.
It's great, the staffs are nice and the common rooms are relatively good. The location is even better. It is right by the city and very close to buses to the airport. It was a great place for me, especially that I have limited time in the city.
people are really friendly and i really liked it. i will definetly would book again if i ever have the chance, great ambassadors of ireland.
excelent location. Close to everthing but not Too close. Quiet at night.(i stayed mid week though) Nice breakfast included in price. I had my own room in an 8 bed dorm !
Location, friendly, clean... first time in a hostel and going by this experience I would do it again.
..only thing, when I took a shower I used one of the 'wet rooms', there was no option of leaving clothes outside or putting stuff on a shelf...I had to put my wash bag on the floor and the one clothes hook would not hold all my clothes and towel so they kept falling on the wet floor.
Really enjoyed my time at the hostel, all facilities you would expect, helpful staff, secure central city location, opposite temple bar. Deffinetly one of the top two hostels in Dublin (I've stayed in quite a few).
My bed was a little old, felt it in my back - although this wasn't the case with all the beds.
The location and facilities are both great and convenient!
Should clean the toilets and bathroom more often, since so many people live here and they often become nasty.
Location is awesome, and tour and pub crawl's are great. Cheap and great place to stay
i enjoyed meeting so many different types of people under one roof=D and also found the no curfew brilliant it allowed a more casual and entertaining environment
The hostel is almost perfectly situated between Temple Bar and O'Connel street for a short stay in Dublin.
The room was advertised as "well-lit and spacious", but it just had a small window and 8 beds crammed into maybe 12 square metres. There was no space to leave anything like jackets or similar and people where fighting for the places below the beds to put their luggage. The internet is almost unusable slow, it seems that there is just one DSL connection for all guests. I had the impression that the service people seem to change quite often, most of them were clearly just starting to learn.
location and respect of roommates (in a 20 person dorm)
the fact that the 20 person dorm was down the hall from the socializing room.... where boys (they looked 15) were still drinking at 5am when we got up for the airport. But it was a hostel....