Welcome To Isaacs Hostel Dublin

More Fun Than You Can Shake A Stick At!!!

About us

Isaacs Hostel Dublin is the city’s most friendly and centrally located backpackers hostel offering cheap, affordable accommodation in Dublin City Centre. Housed in a converted 19th Century Wine store , Isaacs Hostel Dublin has oodles of character and offers some of the best value for money, budget accommodation among Dublin Hostels with prices as low as €10 per person per night.  With a really warm atmosphere and great facilities, it is  recommended as the top budget place to stay in The Lonely Planet 2012. Famous throughout the world for being the best place to meet other backpackers, no visit to Dublin would be complete without staying in Isaacs Hostel Dublin. Come and sleep with us!!!

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Happy Hostellers!

  • "The atmosphere in this hostel was amazing and the staff were great! The hostel is a 2 minute walk from O'Connell street so its perfect for shopping"

    LIndaConnelly13, Ireland

    Tripadvisor Review

  • "I only stayed overnight, but I would happily have stayed longer. As you enter it has a great feel about it...The staff were very friendly and helpful."

    Petna D, Slovenia

    Tripadvisor Review

  • "I loved Isaacs Hostel. It was definitely the best hostel we stayed in in Dublin. The common area is big and has several large tables, which is great if you're on your computer, eating, or starting up a conversation with some new people. Staff were helpful and nice"

    noellemellory9571, USA

    Hostelworld Review

  • "The staff were really great, helpful and patient with my multiple questions. Luv'd that they have a sauna, just wish it was available later. Showers have a very short cycle. Overall great place :)!"

    Hostelworld User, USA

    Hostelworld Review

  • "Great hostel, great facilities, great vibe. 24 hour reception really makes it easy to enjoy the nightlife. With a sauna, free wifi and breakfast included, Isaac's really the way to go when in Dublin."

    Google+ Review

Isaacs Blog

Newgrange and Knowth – Ancient Ireland

01Sep