If you're arriving by bus, take the airlink 747 bus to the city centre. Catch it from outside both airport terminals every 15 minutes. It costs €6 for a single or €10 for a return. Get off at Ushers Quay and it’s a short walk to the hostel from there.
If you are taking a taxi from the airport it will take 25 minutes to get to the Dublin hostel and cost about €30. Or book your return taxi to the airport at reception for a special €22 flat fee.
From the Irish music belting out of Temple Bar pubs to the elegant splendour of Georgian terraces and squares, the city has many fascinating faces, every one of them ready to greet you with a welcoming smile and a pint of Guinness.
You'll find Generator Dublin in the hip Smithfield neighbourhood, adjacent to the Jameson Distillery, just a short walk from Temple Bar. The hostel’s open social spaces and café and bar, with its reclaimed wood, exposed brickwork and original stonework, give the place an unruffled industrial feel. Generator Dublin also boasts a shared room with a hot tub if you’re after a more luxurious hostel experience – ideal for a girls or boys weekend.
Who doesn’t like a little luxury and a well deserved lie in? Our premium rooms come with a late check out and some extra little luxuries. Treat yourself. This room also comes with an extra bed.
For those travelling solo or as a couple. Stylish, spacious and perfectly private.
For those who like a little privacy but come in numbers, we recommend a private quad. Perfect for friends and families.
No boys allowed! This ones for girls. Our very special, Ladies Jacuzzi Suite comes complete with hairdryers, toiletries, full length mirrors and of course your very own Jacuzzi.
For sharing. Bunk up and get ready to make some new friends in our spacious smaller shared rooms.
No boys allowed! This one's for girls. Our female shared rooms come complete with hairdryers, toiletries, full length mirrors and of course some new girlfriends.
Weekdays and weekend serving hours:
Group / pre-sold breakfast
High ceilings, exposed brick and a grand mural make this a popular haunt with locals and travellers alike. The hostel’s popular breakfast menu has some real gems; make sure you try the burger – it’s been voted one of the best in Dublin.
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The hostel’s bar is heavily influenced by its surroundings, you'll find Jameson-bottle chandeliers and plenty of dram behind the bar. Leather-tufted chesterfields and orange stools help create an atmosphere that’s renowned throughout the city. With a reputation for hosting some of the best events in town, the bar's a hot destination in its own right.
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