Isaacs Hostel Dublin is probably Ireland's best known hostel internationally. It has been operating for years and has gained a reputation as a great place for young visitors to hang out. It is centrally located in the heart of Dublin, close to numerous attractions with the main transport systems at Connolly Train Station, Busáras central Bus Station and The Luas all nearby. It has great facilities including a
Here at Dublin Overnight we have a good selection of Hostels for secure booking via booking.com. These Dublin Hostels are mainly concentrated around the city centre and are cheap and cheerful accommodation for people travelling on a limited budget.
Dublin Hostels are Cheaper
Hostels are generally much cheaper than Bed and Breakfasts or hotels.
Most of these hostels provide good facilities, amenities and entertainment for guests and they usually provide a good place for young people to meet and hang out.
There is a wide range of room types available including dorms, single rooma and family rooms.
Our Favourite Hostels
Listed below is a selection of our favourite Hostels in the city. For a full list of all hostels available on your choice of dates use the Search Hotels on the right.
Jacobs Inn Hostel is one of the hostels in Dublin city centre which was purpose designed and provides good quality affordable accommodation in the centre of Dublin City. It is located less than 5 minutes walk from Connolly Station and Busáras, so it is ideal for visitors arriving by train or bus. It specializes in hostel accommodation for schools, students and for low budget visitors to Dublin. This is a very clean
Abbey Court Hostel is located on Bachelors Walk just yards from O'Connell Bridge which makes it probably the most central hostel in Dublin. This hostel has its own tourist information centre where you can find anything you want to know about your trip to Dublin: tours, what's on, transport, theatre tickets etc. This is also one of Dublin's busiest hostels and has a large capacity. Lots of facilities are provided
The Four Courts Hostel Dublin is located on Merchant's Quay overlooking the River Liffey in the oldest part of Dublin. Named after Ireland's primary courts building which can be seen directly across the river, this city centre hostel is popular with both international and Irish travellers and provides a bus service to Dublin Airport. This hostel has free WiFi and provides free international phone calls. It has a
Avalon Hostel Dublin is located just off St. Stephens Green in Aungier Street, Dublin. This hostel is unpretentious in that, unlike some others, it does not pretend to be a hotel. It is one of Dublin's most popular hostels, especially with young people and back packers probably because it offers all the amenities which yhat group look for. It has a cinema room, free Wi-Fi with computers and a games room with table
Barnacles Hostel Dublin is one of Ireland’s most popular hostels and is located in the Temple Bar area of Dublin. This is a modern, clean, secure hostel in the heart of the most popular night life area of Dublin. There is a kitchen where guests can prepare meals, a laundry service, free internet access and other services. This is the ideal budget accommodation in Dublin city for young people, students and back