|"Super friendly and helpful staff!"||(in 306 reviews)|
|"Very great value for money!"||(in 23 reviews)|
|"Good hostel,decent breakfast,great common area"||(in 36 reviews)|
|"Toilets and showers absolute rubbish."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"the bunk bed was noisy."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"No lockers in rooms."||(in 99 reviews)|
Good location and comfortable beds
Limited power points to charge phones Staff weren’t all that approachable (with the exception of a few) Have to put for luggage storage No lockers secure lockers provided in room
Just right for the
Super Friendly & Helpful Staff - Plus the front desk person remembered my name the Next Day. What a great way to feel valued as a guest, well done! Convenient Location, a block from the bus station was the best. From there I could drop my bags and hit the shops and sights, which started just one block away - Perfect! They have a sauna, pool table, library and other lounge in the basement. It wasn't well advertised, as everyone seemed to be on the main floor. Great security - Key cards for every floor and room.
Wi-Fi not available in all rooms, so they recommend all guests go to lobby to use wi-fi, which does bring a community feel, but still inconvenient not having it in all rooms. Breakfast could start a little earlier for travelers who have early morning flights or plans. Nightly movie advertised, but not available Sauna available for only 3 hours, 1 for females only, 1 coed, 1 for males only. It was a little uncomfortable having just one naked old man in the sauna when I arrived, so I turned around and left.
The best hostel in Ireland and more
The organization, staff, willingness to help, cleanliness, excellent
Hotel location close to city center + warm atmosphere
The big issue was the noise during evening and night as walls are not thick enough and some people made trouble resulting in a chaotic night.
Actually I was upgraded to Jacobs Hotel very clean and good comfort tv in room and shower very impressed with ,most definite will use again.
Not informed on time for breakfast,WE came down at 9 40 no brekkie.
A man who slept downside snored loudly and no one in the room can sleep, and the odor filled the room. Noise which trains passed by happened all the time.
location , very near bus station
they took money from my credit card for the booking, and when I arrived took cash as well, and 1 week later still have not my refund, they should specify they withold money as a deposit as it is very difficult to get back quickly from bank
went for lads weekend, spot on everything was there, couldnt ask for more
nothing wrong with the place
It was clean and tidy, the staff were helpful, lots of information available about Dublin and Ireland in general, catered for all ages and had facilities not normally associated with a hostel (sauna). It was within easy walking distance of the city centre, had a bus station and tram stops just up the road and was good value for money.
staff was great,clean,ad good location
I honestly can't think of anything I liked about this place.
The showers were cold for 6 days straight. They were renovating the bathrooms on their floor so there were half the showers on the floor. The staff was cold and unhelpful. The renovation was very loud. Breakfast was toast.
It is clean, good budget, well located with good free services.
The staff is not particularly usefull and wellcoming, the room was not well furnished and quite small. A bit noisy some times.
I booked the double room and it was lovely. The room was clean and big, the beds were really comfortable. Our room wasn't on the side of the street, so that was nice too. The showers were recently renovated, and there was hot water.
It was sometimes a little bit noisy in the morning, because the walls weren't enough isolated.
Isaacs Hostel is located in Dublin and is within a short walk of local attractions, including St. Mary's Pro Cathedral and O'Connell Street. It is set amongst a range of popular nightlife options and is within a 10-minute walk of Connolly Railway Station.
Those staying at Isaacs are invited to take advantage of the relaxation amenities, which include a sauna. Staff are available 24/7 and can assist with booking tours and tickets.
All the rooms at Isaacs Hostel include a shared garden, plus all the essentials for an enjoyable stay. Each includes its very own bathroom with a hair dryer and a shower.
Isaacs Hostel Dublin's in-house restaurant provides an ideal option for those wishing to dine in. Each evening, guests are welcome to enjoy a drink in the comfortable lounge bar. A selection of cafés and restaurants are also found nearby.
The hostel is found in the City's well-known shopping district. Temple Bar and Dublin Pearse Railway Station can easily be reached on foot.
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Isaacs Hostel is located at 2-5 Frenchmans Lane in North Inner City, 0.5 miles from the centre of Dublin. Abbey Theatre is the closest landmark to Isaacs Hostel.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Isaacs Hostel.
Yes, Isaacs Hostel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Isaacs Hostel does not offer free parking.
No, Isaacs Hostel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Isaacs Hostel is 5.3 miles from Dublin. Isaacs Hostel is 71.2 miles from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, pets are not allowed at Isaacs Hostel.
No, Isaacs Hostel does not have a pool on-site.