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|1 Bunk Bed in a 6 Bed Dorm|
|1 Bunk Bed in a 8 Bed Dorm|
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|1 Bunk Bed in a 14 Bed Dorm|
|1 Bunk Bed in a 16 Bed Dorm|
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Isaacs Hostel's staff speaks: Romanian, Polish, Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
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Pool Table, Ping-Pong, Sauna, Bicycle Rental, Game Room, Library, Entertainment Staff, Evening Entertainment
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Packed Lunches, Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Car Rental, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Lockers, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Romanian, Polish, Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
From 2:30 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 10 people, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Just a 5-minute walk from Dublin’s lively Temple Bar entertainment district, this modern purpose-built hostel provides affordable accommodations within the very heart of the city.
Score from 427 reviews Very good
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Score from 2676 reviews Good
Right in the heart of Dublin, this stylish and vibrant hostel offers bright and modern rooms and dorms. It features a movie room, daily breakfasts, and free Wi-Fi with computers for guests.
Score from 586 reviews Good
Fun helpful Staff - mostly! A sauna Very central Wi Fi
Downstairs was too hot - and poorly ventilated. Wi fi could be more straightforward.
Great showering facilities with plenty of hot water. The sauna in the basement area was a fantastic way to relax with other travellers at the end of a long day sightseeing. Breakfast was very sufficient and enjoyable.
I stayed in a large dorm but most of the other guys seemed to be staying in the hostel long term(either working or studying in Dublin) and as a result the room was crowded with their belongings.
The reception was very friendly. The host at the desk told a lot about Dublin. The location of the hotel.
Everything, I am a practical person, good shower pressure, clean rooms, big lockers compare to 6 others hostels in Dublin, location, kitchen - you can cook whatever you like.
The best thing is the very central location, it's just minutes working time to everything... (15 min to the temple bar, trinity university...). We felt save and it was clean!!! The personal is extrem friendly. We can just recommand this hostel!
the position, staff, breakfast
people living there,
The toilets are only one for so many rooms in 3th floor. All the night people come and go I didn sleep well wake up so many times. Breakfast is to poor, toast and jus, is true they have also coffe and milk but very bad..... I don't knokw but in my night there it was incredible the noise all the night, I change the other day for other hostels fortunately I was very lucky..... Think 2 times before go there
Very noisy hostel. You can hear every word of your neighbor.
Yust an amazing hostel. Cool staff, clean bathrooms, good value for money. Breakfast simple but sufficient. All in all I definitely would stay there again!
noisy slamming doors all night, dirty showers
Location to transportation systems.
Stark rooms. Noise!
Central location Staff were quite friendly Reasonably clean
Thin walls and doors Loud at night I got no sleep Could literally hear the conversations of people next door word for word Confusing layout of hostel Staff lost my booking - disorganised?
- Very nice Staff - Good location - Football table in the basement - Good breakfast -unluckily with no vegetables
- Lockers are not located in the room but in the basement, so it's a bit complicated to navigate with all your staff
Best hostel I've stayed in so far! Great atmosphere, great people.. Also very helpful staff for anything really. Free breakfast is a real good breakfast with eggs, toast, juice, coffee, etc.. If I ever go back to Dublin, that's where I'll stay again for sure!
The people who stay there & don't respect the others, as you have in every hostel of course.
very friendly & accomodating
It is all about the unrespectful guests! And the re was no internet connection up floors!
Walking distance from the bus station. 11 Euro taxi ride to The port (Irish Ferry to Holyhead). 10 minutes walking to major attractions. Staffs were always helpful.
No free lockers.
The staff were friendly and helpful and the others that stayed were all in good spirits etc, I liked the downstairs basement on a whole where you could play table tennis and watch movies etc
The only thing is the noise levels werent great from our neighbours and if you want to go to bed early bewere of people checking in in the early hours of the morning as they might wake you. If you dont like crowded areas full of travellers from all over the world Isaacs isnt for you
Once you'd paid for your room, practically everything else was free. Access to the pool table, sauna, tv, tea and coffee, breakfast was all totally free. The walking tour that obviously collected up a lot of various hostel people was also free but the guys work for tips and if it was anything like the one we had, you'll tip well. Five euros for three hours walking, with a very friendly and funny guide was fantastic value for money.
The location. Everything about it was fine except it took us half an hour with very heavy bags to find the place and we only found it after calling the hostel three times for directions before finally asking in a shop. It's down a small backalley not marked on a single map and if you don't have internet access, it's almost impossible to find.
Isaacs Hostel was the best choice for our stay in Dublin. The location is perfect,just few mins walking from O'Connell Street.Friendly and helpful staff.Would recommend to all budhet travellers :)
The blasting music in the common area was a bit abrasive but maybe that's an age thing!
Laundry and recreation rooms (for pool table/separate room for reading) in basement had fantastic character. Shame we didn't have time to make use of them. Staff very helpful
Just don't look at the view onto the back of the building! (But unimportant when inside.)
location friendlyness and breakfast room and the breakfast
thought the rooms were very warm the whole place was warm
- Beedrooms - check in - service
- temperatur in the Girls bathroom
The ambiance was awesome just like the staff and the location. We went as a couple but I'm sure it's also a great place for one people.
It was the last night of our busy trip and the bed wasn't very good. It would have a perfect stay with a better bed.
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