New Hostel Has 628 Beds
Family-owned hostel group, Clink Hostels, has announced the launch of Clink i Lár, a 628-bed hostel in the centre of Dublin, now open for guests.
With two established and popular hostels in London and three in Amsterdam, Clink i Lár is the sixth addition to Clink Hostels’ portfolio since it was founded in 1997. It is the first property located in the Republic of Ireland, Dublin being the hometown of Clink Hostels’ co-founders, sisters Anne and Shelly Dolan.
The Irish Gaelic i Lár translates to “in the middle”, aptly reflecting the hostel’s prime location on Dublin’s historic Abbey Street.
Marc Roebersen, Chief Operating Officer at Clink Hostels says:
“Following our success in creating social hubs for travellers from far and wide in both London and Amsterdam, we are delighted to be returning to Clink’s Irish roots in the bustling city of Dublin. Like with our other leading hostels, Clink i Lár will be a dynamic and vibrant hub of community engagement, offering social spaces for travellers of all ages to connect and relax while visiting Ireland’s liveliest city. Clink i Lár will be placed firmly in the heart of the thriving, international community of Dublin that we know and love.”
The hostel features 628 beds, sleeping guests across a variety of air-conditioned rooms, including private ensuite rooms, female-only rooms and mixed dorms ranging from 4 to 12 beds, with prices in November starting at just €26 per night.