Citi Hostels

Address: 2 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, Irish Jewish Museum, Leeson Street, and Royal College of Surgeons.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet


        • Shuttle bus service
        • Continental Breakfast

        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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Citi Hostels Dublin

        2.00 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Dublin

        Best Day in the Best City

        A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Mar 18, 2015

        27 photos

        ... Celtics jerseys on and started to talk to them. Turns out they graduated UMass and are friends with Tyler Cummings from Bedford. Even funnier is that they are all staying at the same hostel tomorrow night until Sunday in Amsterdam.. what are the chances of that!

        St. Paddy's was one for the books and we will always remember that we had the chance to celebrate it in Ireland, which not many people can say the same.


        Sean Liedtky

        A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 10, 2015

        4 photos

        ... for one place this guy came up to us and asked if we were looking for a place to eat. Of course we were since we hadn't eaten since breakfast so we naturally said yes. We directed us to this place called Balfes. I'm so glad he did because I had probably the best dinner I have ever had. I got a ribeye steak that was phenomenal. Every bite I basically melted in my seat. I recommend it to anybody that ever visits Dublin. I know if I ever come back that will be a place I go for ...

        WEXFORD/DUBLIN via Ballymore Eustace.

        A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 08, 2014

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... down, the paddock out the back of the pub to see and photo "geep" he's definitely a cross, totally a goat until you realise he is very woolley and has a fat sheeps body. We were only an hour from Dublin so decided rather than book in somewhere for the night we'd just have an extra night in the hotel we'd already booked for the remaining 4 nights in Ireland. Left Ballymore eustace 5.30pm. Arrived at hotel in Dublin 7pm. Hair colour for me, and a cut for ...

        Our Irish Paddywagon Tour!

        A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 21, 2014

        ... It was a cute little fishing town. We got back on the bus and headed to Killarney where we were going to be staying for the next two nights in another Paddywagon's hostel. We managed to get a three bedded room so it was just us and Mel sharing, which was nice. We had a nice quiet night in and cooked dinner at the hostel. The best thing, however, was that we found a Gloria Jeans! So it was decided that the next morning we would be getting a coffee there! The next day we left at 9am ...

        Highland Highlights and the Emerald Isle

        A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jul 04, 2014

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... destinations. Even the big cities of Glasgow and Dublin you can feel that they are alive places where people actually live rather than the glamour and shine of a place like Amsterdam or Bruges which you feel at some points survive solely as a tourist hot spots. Not to subtract from the wonder of such places, and well, I am another tourist and part of the throng, but it's nice to see the everyday person going about their lives as well like you would see at home in ...