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2-5 Frenchman's Lane Dublin 1 Ireland
2-5 Frenchman's LaneIEDublin 1
+353 1 855 6215isaacs.ie
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Isaacs Hostel in the heart of Dublin close to all transport links
We are housed in a 19th Century converted wine store, Full of atmosphere and character, oodles of fun, ( Loads of free stuff including FREE breakfast , FREE Walking tour, FREE wifi, FREE sauna , Home of the BEST PUB CRAWL IN DUBLIN. Comfy beds, totally CLEAN rooms, Secure lockers , Self Catering Kitchen laundry and generally BRILLIANT facilities & great craic at this great value hostel!
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Private rooms and dorms for up to 16, plus free WiFi, breakfast and sauna in a Victorian wine store.- Google
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Michele Breda
2 months ago
Very cheap hostel in Dublin's City Centre. The n.1 rule here is that you get what you pay for, so do yourselves a favour and do not expect neither luxury nor middle level of accommodation. Here everything is basic: toilets and showers are in a separate common room, bedrooms have only one electric plug and only contain... beds (nothing else, maybe a mirror) and breakfast is astonishingly poor. Still, for the price you pay you can't pretend anything more. You even have free wi-fi, only in the lobby of course. The personnel is friendly and can help you out in your discovery of Dublin and whereabouts. Isaacs Hostel proves being a good choice for a very low budget, excellent for cheap, entertaining holidays with friends. Enjoy, and don't forget your keycard in the pub!
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Samuel Giguère
3 months ago
The best hostel I tried in Dublin! Really cool, quiet. Employees are amazing and then location is perfect. One of the cheapest I see
Charlotte Andersen
2 years ago
I was very satisfied with my stay at Isaacs. The rooms were clean and spacious and, in my opinion, not noisy at all. Sure, you will here people talking and laughing during the night, but with all the great pubs and Temple Bar just around the corner, you can't avoid meeting a few people on their way home from a night out.It was very cheap - the price included a nice breakfast, and if you couldn't afford eating out every night, it was possible to order a meal made at the hostel or bring your own food to cook in the kitchen.There were plenty of entertainment - A joint living room with a TV, table tennis, a sauna and a corner with couches and a coffee table where you were allowed to throw a party if you - like me - were on a school trip and didn't want to disturb the other guests. Outside there was a private backyard were you could enjoy a pint, a smoke or just the nice weather (I stayed there in October and it was sunny every day).All in all a pleasant stay where I met a lot of friendly people, all the tourist attractions are pretty much in walking distance, and the pubs nearby were cheap and incredibly entertaining! I will definitely return to Dublin and Isaacs soon again.
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Response from the owner - 2 years ago
Sounds like you had a cool time in Dublin and we look forward to welcoming you back . Ps we got a new self catering kitchen in last month with all ovens working and new equipment !!
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Bruno Alla
2 years ago
Great Hostel, there is a free Sauna, breakfast is included, we paid a really cheap price. We realized while leaving Dublin, that the bus for the airport stops around the corner (near Talbot St station).
Response from the owner - 2 years ago
Thanks for feedback - yes bus is very close by for airport so no need for expensive taxis or back strain through hauling your backpack/ case a long way!
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Mitch Gersbach
2 months ago
This hotel was comfortable enough and the location is great (underneath a rail line but it didn’t run during sleep hours). The check-in was painfully slow and they didn’t even tell us that we had to keep the little receipts on us to gain access to the place later at night (lucky we had them on us!). The free breakfast was very good!
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Thomas Besore
a year ago
Isaacs Hostel is my new home in Dublin. This place is just crawling with travelers from all over the world! What a great experience to meet in the common areas and converse with people coming and going from every which way. Staff here is super friendly, providing tips and letting you know about all the local attractions. Accommodations are terrific. I stayed in a larger dorm room accommodating 16 people and was very pleased with my experience. The location is not bad, just a short distance away from major attractions. I'll be back.
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
So glad you had a ball
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Wesley Barras
3 years ago
I could think about a few things I did not like about this place but overall my two week stay here was pleasant. I ended up spending on average about 15-18 euros per night and I really made some good friends here. You will meet people from all over Europe here. Germans, French, Danish, Canadians. Cheapest place you can buy a pint of beer as well. The only thing I did not like was the internet. It goes out all the time and at least once per day.
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Antonio D'souza
2 years ago
Very convenient location (right around the corner from the main bus depot, which is very handy for transit to/from the airport), friendly staff, clean rooms (with duvets included free) and modern plumbing in the bathrooms.
Response from the owner - 2 years ago
So Glad you llked us - hope to see you back !