How much does it cost to stay at the YWCA?
Single rooms are €280 per week (3 single rooms are available).
Twin rooms are €245 per person, per week.
If you’re staying for less than a week, your room will cost €40 per night for a minimum of four nights. In addition, we charge a booking fee of €20.
Are meals included in the room rate?
Breakfast and dinner are included in your room rental. Breakfast is available in the dining room between 8am and 9am and dinner between 6pm and 7pm every day of the week. Please make us aware of any special dietary requirements when booking your stay.
Guests are allocated refrigerator space and a small storage area for extra food and snacks they purchase themselves. Free tea and coffee are always available. Guests also have access to a microwave.
Can I do laundry while I’m there?
Of course! We have two large washing machines and two large dryers for guest use in our laundry. Each wash and dry costs €3. We provide free laundry detergent.
Is there wifi at the YWCA?
Yes. Free internet is available throughout our facility. When you arrive, just ask reception for the password to connect.
Will I be sharing a room?
If you’re staying in a twin room, you’ll be sharing with another guest of the same sex. You can book the room with a friend or let us assign you a roommate. We also have three single rooms. These are in high demand, so book early if this is your preference.
Who is responsible for cleaning?
We have a cleaning team who keep our common areas sparkling! Guests are responsible for keeping their rooms tidy and clean.
What is the typical guests profile?
The YWCA Residence offers a home from home for a wide variety of people including students, people doing internships, or visitors to Dublin City. Our guests come and all over the world, including Ireland! Please note that we do not provide accommodation for individuals under 18 years of age.
Can I come and go as I please?
Absolutely. Guests are given a fob to access the building and can come and go as they please.
What is there to do in Dublin?
Dublin is full of exciting things to do and see! This ancient city offers museums, art, history tours, and live music—not to mention restaurants and pubs on every corner. It’s a cosmopolitan city with a vibrant cultural and nightlife scene. Check out our Explore Dublin page for more info.