The Times Camden Place Hostel is located in Dublin's lively village quarter where many pubs, bars and clubs can be found. The city centre and its attractions can be reached by walk within 10 minutes and within the neighbourhood there are several markets to explore. The hostel offers accommodations in double/twin/triple and quadruple bedrooms and dorms which sleep up to 12 guests, all offer en-suite facilities. Female only dorms are also available. There is no curfew in this hostel and the reception is open 24hrs a day. A free breakfast is included in the price of the accommodation, pancakes are served on the weekends. Free linen is included. A common lounge with TV, DVD, board games and a fully equipped kitchen are provided for all guests of the hostel, laundry facilities are also provided and free wireless access is available throughout the whole property. Guests are also welcome to make use of the telephone which enables them to call friends and family in 40 countries free of charge.
Address8 Camden Place, Dublin 2, Dublin Ireland | Show on map
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Top 9 Features
- Bathroom with shower,
- Windows that open,
- Central heating,
- WiFi in the rooms
- TV lounge,
- 24-hour reception,
- Laundry service,
- WiFi in Lobby,
- Reading room
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