Globetrotters Tourist Hostel bills itself as 'Dublin's Friendliest' and, located 2 minutes from O'Connell Street (Dublin's main street), it is a short walk to many of the city's most popular tourist attractions. The building itself is over 200 years old and used to be home to Dion Boucicault (an Irish actor and playwright famed for his melodramas) and Lafcadio Hearn (writer known as Koizumi Yakumo after moving to Japan).
Nearby attractions include Trinity College, The National Gallery, and other museums. There is a bustop in front of the hostel and the central bus station and train station are close by.
Rooms come in 6, 8, 10, and 12 beds and have ensuite showers and bathrooms.
Hostel facilities include 24 hour showers, safety deposit boxes (small fee), internet, car parking lot, guest kitchen, lounge/TV room, and Japanese garden with picnic area. Each bed also has a reading light.
Free lines and complimentary breakfast are included with your stay.
Reception is open 24 hours, credit cards are accepted, and there is no curfew. The Globetrotters Tourist Hostel is open year round.
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