We are one of Dublin’s most ideally located budget accommodation centers! Our hostel is central to points of interests for ALL ages!
Shop all day on Dublin’s main shopping street Grafton Street, relax in a vast selection of restaurants or museums & end the night with a pint in Dublin’s Temple Bar hot spot.
All within 5 minute walk from the apache Hostel.
We will do everything to make your stay as enjoyable as possible and we are always there to answer any questions you may have about Dublin and Temple Bar.
The apache Hostel has one of the best locations in Dublin, close to all the main tourist attractions including the main shopping area. From here you can enjoy a low cost option to exploring Dublin and its vibrant nightlife.
You will find excellent backpacking facilities like free WiFi throughout the building, internet cafe, washing machines available to all guests on certain conditions.
Guest's staying at The Apache Hostel will get a 50% discount at Apache Pizza which is right next door.
Racism, swearing or content condoning the use of drugs, prostitution or other illegal activities is also unacceptable and will be removed
APACHE HOSTEL has two dorm types available - 6 beds, 8 beds and can sleep a total of 28 people.
Private rooms available in two types twin and double
Bed sheets and linen are are provided to customers any time on demand, bathroom with 24 hrs hot showers, all rooms equipped with heaters.
From Dublin International Airport:
1. Head northwest toward Swords Rd (19 m)
2. Continue straight onto Swords Rd (220 m)
3. Slight right and go through 1 roundabout (850 m)
4. Slight right at Dublin Rd and go through 1 roundabout (900 m)
5. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the M1 ramp (700 m)
6. Merge onto M1 (3.3 km)
7. At junction 1, exit onto N1 (5.9 km)
8. Turn left at Church St/N1 (signs for N11/N81) (450 m)
9. Slight right to stay on Church St/N1 and continue to follow Church St (91 m)
10. Continue onto Lower Bridge St (210 m)
11. Slight left at High St (260 m)
12. Slight left at Christchurch Pl/N81 and continue to follow N81 (500 m)
13. Turn left at Eustace St and continue until you reach the destination.
Customers are required to pay 10 Euros security deposit at check in. This is refundable at check out once keys are retrieved.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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The best thing about Apache Hostel is the location (just in the centre of the city) and the offers in Apache pizza
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
best location in dublin , great place for night life, good value for money,great food at very low price at 'Apache pizza, friendly staff,free internet,
Facilities could improve, not much fun
-The location is very good and there is a discount on Apache Pizza which is excellent pizza.
-The bathrooms are very unsanitary and the some showers and sinks are clogged. Often while taking a shower, one must stand in dirty water.
-Many people who stay here use the bathroom as a smoking room, which is illegal in Ireland.
-Fire alarms go off regularly in the hostel.
-Presently it is very cold in Dublin as winter is coming on. According to the manager the heaters are not on for economic reasons. My room feels like a refrigerator.
-There have been book keeping mistakes and I have been over charged.
-There are no "self catering facilities" like the website claims.
I hope this honest account of my experience helps other hostel goers to make informed choices.
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