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Dublin Hostels

What’s a recommended Dublin youth hostel?

Jacobs Inn: Young travellers will find all the amenities they need at this Dublin hostel. Enjoy the on-site restaurant, bar and café—and don’t miss a chance to enjoy the views from the rooftop terrace and lounge area overlooking the city. You’ll be only steps from the shores of the River Liffey and just a 6-minute walk from EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum.

Can I book a backpackers’ hostel in Dublin?

  • Backpackers Citi Hostel: Offering private and dorm-style rooms, this is one of the best hostels in Dublin for backpackers. During your stay, you’ll have access to a shared kitchen, security lockers and a large common area. When you’re ready to explore the city, you’ll be about a 10-minute walk from Trinity College and a 6-minute walk from the bustling shops and restaurants along O’Connell Street.
  • Backpackers D1 Hostel: Plan a stay at this hostel, a perfect stopover for those exploring Ireland. During your stay, enjoy free Wi-Fi, a self-catering kitchen and a 24-hour reception for early or late check-ins. It’s easy to get around from this accommodation: You’ll be a 4-minute walk from the Busaras bus station and a 30-minute bus ride from the Dublin Airport.

Will I find a party hostel in Dublin?

Generator Dublin: With shared rooms and an on-site bar and restaurant, this is one of the top hostels near Dublin for those looking to explore local nightlife. Chat with your fellow travellers or play a game of pool before stepping out. Enjoy the hosted events at the bar—open after midnight—or ride the tram 15 minutes to the Jameson or Guinness factories, where you’ll enjoy a hostel discount on tours.

What is a hostel?


A hostel is a short-term, usually shared space accommodation alternative to a hotel. Hostels may include a kitchen, storage lockers, common area, and sometimes private rooms.


How cheap are hostels in Dublin?


Hostels in Dublin start as low as £85


How much is a hostel per night in Dublin?


Hostels in Dublin range from £85 to £163.