Isaacs Hostel Dublin is Dublin’s friendliest and centrally located backpackers hostel offering great value , squeaky clean accommodation in Dublin City Centre only minutes from the train and bus station . 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 and backpacker accommodation among Dublin Hostels with prices from as low as €14 per person per night. With a really warm atmosphere and great facilities, it is recommended as the top budget place to stay in Dublin in The Lonely Planet guide 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 in Dublin. Come stay with us!!!
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I went to Dublin with my grandma and we stayed at the Isaacs Hostel for a couple of nights. The attention was incredible. We had a small problem with a cancelation (at the begining we decide to stay in Dubin more days but afterwards we changed our plans and moved to Galway so we need to cancel our reservation) and the guy in reception was so friendly and helped us to get our deposit back. They were completely amazing.
I definitely recommend this place! I'm a girl that solo travels and I felt very safe here and the staff is incredible! The front room with all the tables is lively and you can meet many new people. They are also great at planning activities for their guests and there is live music sometimes!
Sydney T, Milan, Italy
Isaac's was great! I loved the live cello music at night (what a cool atmosphere) and the staff was incredibly helpful! The location was pretty good, but I don't mind walking so it might not have been as big of a deal for me as others. I would absolutely recommend this hostel to anyone going to Dublin!
Loved staying here, would highly recommend this hostel. Very secure you needed your room key to get onto your floor. Clean. Good place for meeting people. Staff were very nice and helpful and explained many tours you could take, as well as book them for you. 2 min walk to bus station and train station.
Super nice staff that will watch bags and rent adapters for you! Lots of room to mingle in different settings, theres a sauna and ping pong and a basement and kitchen. Thank you
Autumn is our favourite season in Dublin , The crowds have thinned out , there are crispy sunny autumn days , Nights draw in which means we Dubliners can cosy up by a fire and generally say goodbye to the trauma of dressing for an Irish summer and exposure of our lily white limbs. Here…