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It is a three star hotel in the heart of Dublin, The rooms are right for the rating. But really what is striking are the common areas such as the breakfast room, bar, reception, etc ... for their decorations. The service is good and value for money too. Totally recommended.
The Gibson Hotel is a carefully-designed hotel with spacious rooms featuring extra beds, chests of drawers, and bathrooms with larger showers than those usually found in this type of hotel. It's eye-catching, but a bit far away from the center (10 minutes walk from the convention center and 15 minutes by tram from the center), and located in an area which other, than the concert hall (the Arena), has absolutely nothing.
It's one of the most popular hostels in Dublin. They have offers of pints of Heineken and a Guinness-like black beer for 2.50 at the weekend, and you can get a burger made on the BBQ, too. The rooms have bunk beds, the bathrooms are outside, and the service is excellent. The reception has tables where you can eat breakfast, next to the kitchen, and there are also computers for the internet. The location is great, next to Busaras and Connolly Station. The only downside is that the noise from the train tracks might wake you up early.
The Citi Hostel is a hostel in the centre of Dublin, on a corner of Talbot Street, an area full of hotels. My Erasmus group and I used to stay at hostels during the weekend, as there was no public transport to take us home at night, and it was cheaper to stay in a hostel than get a taxi such a long way. A bed usually cost about 15 euros, cheaper if there were more of us. This time I think there were about 12 of us, and I can honestly say it was the crappiest place I've ever stayed.
The Spanish receptionist was friendly, which is a good point, but that was the only one. If you see the photo, there's a bench with a back patio and a cottage. Well, our room was upstairs in that little cottage, and luckily for the hostel, I didn't take any pictures. It had a dirt floor, dusty, with no curtains, and general filth. I'm not very fussy, but I found q-tips, empty bottles, etc ... disgusting. The bathrooms were even worse: dark, smelly, no toilet lid, no toilet paper, with hideous puddles on the seat. I close not to shower, because the bathroom made me want to throw up. I'll never come back here again.
Waking up early to be greeted by this view is just incredible! There's really nothing like it ... gazing out at the places that you'll discover in more detail later, then putting on a good, warm pair of socks and shoes, and going out into the world.
As I have said several times, there' s no public transport at night, so we were forced to book rooms as a group of friends to be able to go out partying on the weekends. One of the hostels we stayed in was Paddys Palace , a chain of hotels across Ireland that are famous for their low prices. The rooms are also bunked, like most Bed & Breakfasts in Dublin, and the cost per night was around 15 or 18 euros. It's at the corner of B Street, near Busaras and the Connolly train station. The only drawback to the rooms I've seen is that the curtains were not sufficient and a lot of light came in in the morning. The window looking over my bed didn't close and a lot of wind entered. The price includes breakfast, but you have to take it out of the building and go to the room next door where the kitchen is. You've got to get there early though, because we showed up late and there was hardly any food left!