Best Hostels in Dublin
Dublin is one of the most exciting cities to visit in Europe but staying here can be expensive. With so many cool hostels in Dublin to choose from, deciding where to stay can be tough.
View our guide to the best hostels to stay in Dublin and book your perfect place to stay today.
The Generator Hostel is one of the most popular places to stay in Dublin due to the social atmosphere and extremely cheap prices. There is a great common area, a late night bar and it also has one of the most stylish designs - it is easy to see why this hostel is award winning.
This is without doubt one of the coolest places to stay in the Irish capital right in the heart of the city with easy access to all the main sights. It is located next door to the Jameson Distillery and Smithfield LUAS tram station with Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse just a 10-minute walk away.
2. Abbey Court
Abbey Court is a modern and funky hostel with a very unique design located just a few minutes away from Temple bar making it an ideal place to stay. The atmosphere is great with a large kitchen/common area which is great for meeting other travellers. Staff are very friendly and can help you to arrange sightseeing activities and they also offer a famous pub crawl.
3. Jacobs Inn
Jackobs Inn is centrally located making it a great place to stay for sightseeing and getting around. This is a relaxed and modern hostel with great facilities like a common and games rooms. The kitchen is large and they also offer free tea and coffee.
Garden Lane is located away from the huslte and bustle of Temple Bar in nice Christchurch area of Dublin. This hostel is very close to popular tourist sights like the Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery, Christchurch Cathedral, Saint Patrick Cathedral and Dublin Castle. It also also around a 10 minute walk to other places like Trinity College and Temple Bar. This is a very new and modern hostel with clean rooms and free breakfast.
Isaacs Hostel is is an impressive building - an old converted wine house! The hostel has been modernised with a cutting edge design which looks great whilst still maintaining original features. This is a very social hostel and a friendly place to stay due to the staff, common areas and organised activities like music, tours and events. Isaacs is in a very central location and you can walk to places like O’Connell St and Temple Bar. Other benefits of staying here include free breakfast.
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Best Area to Stay in Dublin
We recommend staying in the city centre
Attractions to Check Out When Visiting Dublin
Temple Bar (home to some of the most famous bars in the country), Trinity College, Dublin Castle and O’Connell Street
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