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Isaacs Hostel Dublin, Ireland

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Isaacs Hostel Dublin, Ireland

from
€ 9
2-5 Frenchmans Lane
Town of Dublin
Ireland
3.8
Score from 36 reviews
Dublin's best loved and most cosmopolitan hostel. Dublin's best loved and most cosmopolitan hostel.
Anonymous  — 18.12.2011.
Great location in the heart of Dublin. All seemed well when I check in for three nights. The staff were great, and the room and shared bathroom were very clean. Imagine my shock at discovering that many of the room doors have hinges which force the doors closed, concluding with a deafening BANG as the door slams into the door frame. This noise can, of course, be easily eliminated by holding the door while it closing it. Most of the guests, however, seemed to either be oblivious to the noise or did not care, especially those returning at 2 and 3 AM after an evening at the bars. Needless to say, I did not get much sleep during my three nights there.
Emma  — 23.1.2012.
I stayed in a private room at this hostel. It was a great size, with aset of bunk beds. The shower/bathroom facilities were on this floor andthey were always very clean. They had obviously been renovated recentlywith new tile, doors, etc. The front desk staff are really helpful andit was in a pretty good location for access to O'Connell street, TempleBar and the bus station. Would definintely recommend this. I had bookedit for 2 nights and then after seeing comfortable it was, booked athird night.
Anonymous  — 18.12.2011.
The location is perfect (just 3 minuts walking from the coach station and 5 from the city centre), and the hostal is great, specially the garden beer, where pints cost just 2,5 euros (about 5 in most of the pubs in Dublin). Our room (double room) was big, clean and confortable, and in the basements there are big lockers to leave the stuff and a cosy area with tables, sofas, pool, and a sauna (we didn't use it).
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