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jacobs inn hostel in dublin

Jacobs Inn Hostel Dublin is way more than just a hostel. We’re slap bang in the heart of Dublin, right next to all the action, Temple Bar and Tourist attractions. Inside, it’s all cool, modern interiors, with spacious chill-out areas and a roof top terrace.

Our modern, ensuite rooms have everything you need and nothing you don’t. You can choose between dorms or private rooms. There’s loads of free stuff and our friendly crew is here to welcome you and share their passion for Dublin. We’re dead easy to get to - close to all the Train, Bus and Luas connections, with the airport and ferry within easy reach

Sleep. Eat. Play …. Repeat


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happy hostellers!

Last minute stay, grand spot I must say. Only booked a couple of hours before checking in, price was reasonable enough. Staff were helpful and friendly, I would stay here again no problem. Very handy for town

- peter_gannon96 , Cavan (4/12/16) - Tripadvisor -

happy hostellers!

One of the best hostel where I was hosted. Good and large rooms with private bathroom. A furnished kitchen allow you to cook by yourself and the staff is really nice and ready to answer to any your request.

- AlbertoBranca , Giardini Naxos, Italy (4/4/16) - booking.com -

happy hostellers!

Good: Good staff & Great option if you are solo and do not want to spend huge money

- Praveen , Ireland (4/8/16) - booking.com -

happy hostellers!

Good: Good location,rooms spacious,each bed has privacy curtain, LED light & two charging points. Under bed storage cages (10 Euro refundable deposit for padlock). Staff were very friendly. Hostel is very secure with keycard entry throughout. Very highly recommended.

- Gerard , United Kingdom (4/3/16) - booking.com -

happy hostellers!

Overall, the experience was great. The hostel is located in a great part of the city. It's near O'Connoll Street which is the hub of Dublin. It's also within walking distance to other parts of the city like Trinity College, Christchurch, Dublin Castle, etc. The room and bathroom were clean and tidy. The employees were helpful. Breakfast was good for being a continental with a variety of options available. It's modern but also has a good atmosphere to it. Would definitely stay there again when I'm in the city.

- Ashley H , Cork, Ireland (4/4/16) - tripadvisor.com -

happy hostellers!

This is without doubt one of the best Hostels I have stayed in. In fact I've stayed in hotels that don't compare. Good location close to center,friendly staff,rooms spacious with ensuite. Surprisingly comfy beds each with privacy curtain, LED light & two charging points. Never made breakfast so can't comment. Hostel is ultra-secure with multiple keycard entry points. Overall I highly recommend Jacobs Inn & will certainly use again next time I'm in Dublin.

- kawaki1 , Glasgow (4/3/16) - Facebook -
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