Abbey Court Hostel
€27Nov 4–5
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Abbey Court Hostel

€27
2-star hotel
29 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin, D01 AX90(01) 878 0700
Great breakfast
Near public transit
Great location
Great service
Budget dorms and rooms with en suite bathrooms at a colourful hostel with free breakfast and Wi-Fi.

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Check in
Mon, Nov 4
Check out
Tue, Nov 5

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About this hotel

Just off the city's main street, this simple hostel is set in a colourful townhouse on the River Liffey's waterfront promenade. It's a 3-minute walk from Luas light rail, a 2-minute walk from Temple Bar nightlife precinct and a 6-minute walk from Trinity College.

Free Wi-Fi
Paid parking
29 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin, D01 AX90
(01) 878 0700
Check in
Mon, Nov 4
Check out
Tue, Nov 5

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Review summary

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Rooms2.9Location4.8Service4.6

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Ratings by traveler type

  • Solo
    4.2/5
    Rooms
    3.3
    • Guests liked the clean rooms, though some said they were small & maintenance could be improved
    • Guests appreciated the clean bathrooms
    Location
    4.9
    • Near the city centre; shopping, sightseeing, restaurants & bars nearby
    • Near the airport
    Service
    4.3
    • Guests appreciated the friendly, professional staff
    • Guests spoke highly of the reception staff
  • Couples
    4.1/5
    Rooms
    2.5
    • Guests liked the clean rooms, though some said they were small & dated & maintenance could be improved
    • Guests liked the clean bathrooms, though some said they were small
    Location
    4.8
    • Near the city centre; sightseeing nearby
    Service
    4.3
    • Guests appreciated the friendly, professional staff
  • Families
    4.2/5
    Rooms
    3.1
    • Guests liked the clean rooms, though some commented they were small
    • Some guests noted the rooms could be quieter
    • Some guests said the bathrooms were small
    Location
    4.6
    • Near the airport
    Service
    3.9
    • Guests spoke highly of the reception staff
  • Business
    4.1/5
    Service
    4.3
    • Guests appreciated the friendly staff
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Neighborhood - North City

Lively shopping district North City has hip bistros and bars on the River Liffey, spanned by the iconic Ha´penny footbridge. The live music scene includes pub folk bands and cabaret drag acts, while the Abbey Theatre stages new and classic Irish plays. The bullet-holed General Post Office has exhibits on its role in 1916’s Easter Rising, and hollering food vendors make nearby Moore Street Market a Dublin institution.

Hotel location score

5.0
Excellent location overall for sightseeing, recreation, and getting around
4.9 Excellent for proximity to things to do
5.0 Excellent for proximity to transit
4.1 Great for airport access
Scores are calculated based on data from Google Maps and evaluate the hotel's proximity to nearby things to do, transportation, and airports.
29 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin, D01 AX90
1. Guinness Storehouse
Brewery experience telling the tale of Ireland's famous beer, with tastings and a rooftop bar.
Rating (10,119)
4.4
Distance
12 min
2. Dublin Castle
Historic site, dating from 1204, with 2 museums, cafes and gardens, plus state rooms and a library.
Rating (16,904)
4.2
Distance
6 min
3. Trinity College Dublin
47-acre university with Georgian buildings, known for its humanities, science & medical programs.
Rating (1,590)
4.5
Distance
6 min
4. St Stephen's Green
City centre park with ornamental lake, waterfall, sculptures and a children's playground.
Rating (15,728)
4.6
Distance
8 min
5. Ha'penny Bridge
Refurbished 19th-century cast-iron span & city symbol, crossed by thousands of pedestrians daily.
Rating (8,381)
4.4
Distance
3 min
6. Christ Church Cathedral
Medieval place of CofI worship with a mummified rat & cat plus a cafe & gift shop in the crypt.
Rating (5,740)
4.4
Distance
8 min
7. St Patrick's Cathedral
The Church of Ireland's national cathedral, dating from 1220, with lunchtime musical recitals.
Rating (11,303)
4.4
Distance
17 min
8. Jameson Distillery Bow St.
Expert guides tell the story of Jameson in a recreated distillery scene with tastings and dining.
Rating (1,764)
4.5
Distance
10 min
9. Trinity College Library
Rating (38)
4.4
Distance
6 min
10. The Spire
This towering cone-shaped monument is known for its minimalist elegance & reflective steel surface.
Distance
4 min
11. Kilmainham Gaol
Prison museum where many of Ireland's political prisoners were incarcerated, tortured and executed.
Rating (1,119)
4.6
Distance
14 min
12. National Gallery of Ireland
Grand collection of European art spanning the 14th to the 20th-century covering all major schools.
Rating (7,981)
4.6
Distance
12 min
13. Phoenix Park
Deer roam forested areas filled with mature trees within this area known as 'Dublin's playground'.
Rating (21,932)
4.7
Distance
12 min
14. Dublin Zoo
The largest zoo in Ireland has African Plain, Fringes of the Arctic and Asian Forests exhibits.
Rating (14,626)
4.6
Distance
13 min
15. Chester Beatty
Mining magnate's exceptional collections of religious and artistic work on grounds of Dublin Castle.
Rating (525)
4.7
Distance
9 min
Nearby
Transit stops
D'Olier Street 3 min
Dublin, Lower Liffey Street 1 min
From
Dublin Airport
Taxi 24 min
Public transit 51 min

Details

Just off the city's main street, this simple hostel is set in a colourful townhouse on the River Liffey's waterfront promenade. It's a 3-minute walk from Luas light rail, a 2-minute walk from Temple Bar nightlife precinct and a 6-minute walk from Trinity College.

Free Wi-Fi is offered in basic mixed or female-only dorms, in addition to private rooms and apartments. En suite bathrooms are provided in most dorms and all private rooms; others have shared facilities. Modest 1-bedroom apartments have full kitchens, living areas and TVs.

Along with free breakfast, amenities include a guest kitchen, a TV lounge and laundry facilities.

Highlights

Great breakfast
Near public transit
Great location
Great service

Address

29 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin, D01 AX90
Directions

Contact

(01) 878 0700
Website

Check-in time

3:00 p.m.

Check-out time

11:00 a.m.

Amenities

Free Wi-Fi
Paid parking
Restaurant
Airport shuttle
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Smoke-free property
No free breakfast
No pools
No hot tub
No pets
No fitness center
Not all inclusive
No spa
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