Hostels in Dublin

Hostels in Dublin

Amazing sights, iconic breweries, great food, and enough history Dublin has it all. A night out in Dublin is surely going to be unforgettable. But where are you going to doze off after the party?

Dublin has so many accommodation options that it might confuse you on which option to go with. This is why I created this list of some highest-reviewed hostel accommodations in Dublin.

Jacobs Inn

Jacobs Inn is Dublin’s most accessible hostel, located in the city’s heart near the central bus station, tram and rail lines. Comprising of all the modern amenities like FREE WiFi, pub crawls FREE bed linen, a FREE walking tour of Dublin, an on-site bar and restaurant, laundry, storage facilities, comfy common areas, 24-hour access to rooms, rooftop terrace and polite staff. Temple Bar is a few minutes’ walks away. 

The rooms are clean and spacious; they also have an unlocking system with a password. There are deluxe private rooms with double or two twin beds and dorms for four to twelve guests with their new pod-style beds, which are the first of their kind in Dublin. It’s quite affordable as well, so I would recommend you to stop by this hostel while searching for a place for yourself.

To know more about availability and bookings, click here.


It is an old building located in a prime location. The rooms are clean, and the staff is cooperative, which compensates with the noisy street downstairs. Trinity College is located right across from the hostel. 

The breakfast is very basic, so you might want to try out some new places for breakfast. And if you have oversized luggage’s it might get a little difficult for it to carry it upstairs and downstairs, though the staff helps you with your luggage.

To know more about availability and bookings, click here.

Ashfield Hostel

Ashfield House has twin, family, and 4/6 bedded rooms available, all of which are en-suite. The price includes a light continental breakfast of cereal, toast, milk, tea, and coffee. It is also located just two minutes away from Trinity College and so is very close to all the top tourist attractions in Dublin. 

The staff is friendly and well accommodating; it’s also very affordable for a prime location like this. They will give you all the required suggestions for the things to do in Dublin and some must-visit restaurants and bar. It is the best location as it has the nearest access to all the transport mediums. If you want to explore Dublin and have a safe stay a night, I would suggest you stay at this hostel.

For bookings, you can directly visit their official site.

Generator Hostel

You will find all the popular tourist attractions near Generator Hostel like Jameson Distillery, Guinness Storehouse, Temple Bar and the Spire. There are so many different things to enjoy in the hostel itself, but some restrictions might be due to COVID. The beds are super comfortable, and the rooms are also very clean. The staff is very knowledgeable and will help with your tour. Do check out this hostel before deciding where to stay.

To know more about availability and bookings, click here.

Abbey Court

The Abbey Court hostel is located at O’Connell Bridge, which is the very centre of Dublin City. It is known for its welcoming atmosphere and an extended range of amenities like a games room, cinema room, hammock room and a large common play area. They have rooms and dormitories for everyone, from lone travellers to a group of friends. Staff is available for 24 hours, and the place is very clean. It is a bit overpriced, but the value that the site offers compensates with its price. I would definitely recommend this hostel.

To know more about availability and bookings, click here.


I hope that this list helps you to choose the right place for your stay. While the time being you’re here, you might want to check all the top tourist attractions in Dublin. Click here to get to my blog and read about it.

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