Spire Hostel Dublin
In the centre of Dublin, Spire Hostel is the most central hostel in town just a 1-minute walk from O’Connell Street and 7 minutes from the famous Temple Bar. Spire Hostel is a tourist hostel, a perfect choice for backpackers, week-enders and students to stay in Dublin.
The hostel has 4 floors in the building – a total of 12 rooms & 120 beds all dorms and one double room with key card security access, also a large and lovely BBQ/smoking area terrace outside.
Spire Hostel is also around 5 minutes’ walk from the main train station and also main bus station, with several routes stopping on the nearby O’Connell Street. The River Liffey is just 3 minutes’ walk away, and numerous shops, pubs, restaurants and the Screen Cinema are within 5 minutes of the hostel.
Guests can relax in our common areas with cable TV and game room with play station, free Wi-Fi throughout the property and computers for internet access.
We also have communal modern self-catering kitchen with all appliances where guests can make themselves hearty meals or a quick snack. We also offer complementary free breakfast each morning.
Our fun and friendly staff are on hand 24hrs to give you advice and recommendations on where to go and to point you in the direction of all of Dublin’s hotspots and hidden gems.
As the staff team is a mix of multiculturals we speak various languages and are both friendly and helpful to welcome you. We work to give you a funny, relaxing and great time that will be unforgettable!!!
We offer spacious and bright dorms of 4 beds, 6 beds, 8 beds, 10 beds, 12 beds, 18 beds and 22 beds, mostly En-suite and one double room with shared bathroom, female and male bathroom are also available. Our bathrooms’ facilities have hair dryers and shampoo/body gel provided.
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What People Love About Us?
“This hostel is very well situated at the heart of the city. There is a lot of space (in the communal areas, enough bathrooms and space for bags in the rooms) and it is very clean. The breakfast offers a lot of variety. Wifi works very well and every bed has two plugs youhou. It’s quiet in the rooms but there are communal areas to meet people. The staff is very helpful and make sure your stay is perfect. Highly recommended!!”
“Pleasant surprise! Was nervous about staying in a hostel, but we had a 6 bed unit and it suited our family of 6 with it’s private bath. Staff were very helpful, we left our bags there upon check out while we toured the city until our departure. The location was perfect! Value for money was excellent!!”
“For my first stay at a hostel this was an excellent choice. The staff were very professional and friendly. The facilities were clean and had all the necessities of home and there are lockers available to store valuables, so security is not a problem. The hostel is central, close to bus stops for the airport, tourist attractions and the tram that operates through central Dublin, making it very easy to criss-cross the city.”
Top 10 Things To See In Dublin
Opening times : Mon – Sat 9:30 – 5:30pm / Sundays 10 – 6pm.
Admission Fee : Adult €8 / Student €4 (online booking)
How to get there : Bus 13 & 40 from O’Connell St. 60 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sun 9:30 – 7pm (last admission at 5pm).
Admission Fee : €20 Adult / €16 Student.
How to get there : Bus 123 from O’Connell Street. 35 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sat 9 – 6pm / Sundays 10 – 6pm.
Admission Fee : €16 Adult / €13 Student.
How to get there : Luas Red line – Smithfield. 25 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sun 9 – 7pm.
Admission Fee : €15 Adult / €13 Student.
How to get there : Next to Trinity College. 10 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sat 9:30 – 5pm / Sundays 9:30 – 4:30pm.
Admission Fee : €10 Adult / €9 Student. 7 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sat 9 – 5pm / Sundays 10 – 6pm.
Admission Fee : FREE
How to get there : Bus 83 & 83A from Westmoreland Street. 40 minutes walking from the hostel
The area is bounded by the Liffey to the north, Dame Street to the south, Westmoreland Street to the east and Fishamble Street to the west.
Unlike other parts of Dublin’s city centre, it is promoted as Dublin’s cultural quarter and has a lively nightlife that is popular with tourists. Popular venues include The Palace Bar, The Temple Bar Pub, Oliver St. John Gogarty’s and The Auld Dubliner (fine boys bar)
Opening times : Everyday approx. 9.00am – 3.00am
Admission Fee : Mostly pubs are free
How to get there : 7 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sun 10 – 6pm (Last admission at 4:30pm).
Admission Fee : €8.50 Adult / €7.50 Student.
How to get there : 15 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Museum – Mon – Fri: 10 – 4:45pm / Sat & Sun: 2pm – 4:45pm.
Admission Fee : FREE / Museum: €4.50.
How to get there : 20 minutes walking from the hostel
Opening times : Mon – Sat 9 – 6pm / Sundays 12 – 2:30pm & 4:30 – 6pm
Admission Fee : €6 Adult / €4.50 Student.
How to get there : 20 minutes walking from the hostel
P : + 353 1 873 4173
A : Spire Hostel, 90-93 Marlborough Street, Dublin, Ireland
E : email@example.com
These buses run approximately every 15 minutes. Get off the bus on O’Connell Street at the Spire. Turn left onto North Earl Street at the Kylemore Café. Take the next right onto Marlborough Street The Spire Hostel is just 20 metres from the corner.
Airlink 747 From 5am-11:30pm – Cost: €6.00
An express bus service which runs every 15 minutes. It will take you to the O’Connell Street and to the main bus station, Busaras.
Aircoach Express bus 24hour service-7 days a week – Cost: €7.00
An express bus service which runs every 15 minutes. It will take you directly to O’Connell Street.
The Taxi will leave you outside the door of the Spire Hostel. Approx. cost: €23.00