Citi Hostels

Address: 6 Charlemont Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near St. Stephen's Green, Leeson Street, Irish Jewish Museum, and Royal College of Surgeons.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCiti Hostels Dublin

      Reviewed by joshnadeau

      I wish I could give four stars...

      Reviewed Jun 18, 2012
      by (2 reviews) Hornepayne, ON , Canada Flag of Canada

      ...but the internet kept crapping out time and again. Other than that the place was awesome, the staff was kind, and cleanliness was what could be expected when one is paying less than ten Euro a night. I'd come back here again.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Citi Hostels Dublin

      2.00 of 5 stars Fair
       

      Travel Blogs from Dublin

      Ireland: Dat some magic

      A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Sep 30, 2014

      2 comments

      ... was really good. Afterwards we walked to Grafton St. and poked around before me and Jess split from the boys for a few hours. We just shopped and stopped in for some Wifi before meeting up with the boys and running back to the ship for dinner. We stayed in that night because everyone was exhausted but we watched a movie with the whole family (+this one rando girl nobody is a huge fan of). I wrote out a billion postcards and everyone made their plans for the ...

      Another very Irish day

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Aug 12, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... he lives in an apartment a few blocks away. I gathered he has pint or two at the pub every other day or so and is a regular. Since I was drinking Irish coffee with my lunch, he wanted me to try the "lady's drink" of Guinness with a bit of Black Current syrup in it. He said that's how the ladies like to drink it as it sweetens the Guinness a bit. I agreed; it was a tasty drink. We enjoyed Frank's company and time flew ...

      Top of the morning to you

      A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jun 05, 2014

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      Into Thin Éire

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 31, 2014

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      ... in Belfast, and made my preparations for departure. I took a last look at the city, to which I will return for one more night on Friday, before jumping on the train to Dublin. Irish trains are something else - punctual, clean and fancy-schmancy. The seats were ridiculously comfortable, and there was quite a bit of leg room, unlike trains in the UK. The bathrooms were also really cool, as they had automatic doors that locked and opened by pressing buttons. For a train ...

      To be sure! To be sure!

      A travel blog entry by cathterry on Nov 23, 2013

      18 photos

      ... everywhere, it's lovely. Back to hotel, showered and downstairs, Paul's mate Doc (Donal Dockery) is picking us up and taking us on a tiki tour Irish style. Doc and Paul met in Palmy North back in 1993, he Irish and lived in PNorth for 8 years, married a kiwi girl (Paul's Bryant Steet flat housed the reception), then divorced her. It's been about 12 years since Paul last caught up. He wanders down the street and he hasn't changed a bit. He takes us to his place in Naas, ...