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Tennis Court, Racquetball, Fitness Center, Massage, Hot Tub, Indoor Pool (all year), Library, Playground
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Baggage Storage, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Within the famous Trinity College, Dublin, these campus rooms and apartments are located in central Dublin. The famous Book of Kells is just a short walk away through the historic 16th-century...
Score from 1187 reviews Good
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No wireless service in the room or suite was a disappointment.
This room was an amazing value on a beautiful campus; however, I was extremely dissapointed when I was informed that the wireless was only available in the main lobby downstairs. This is misleading, and I wanted to let others thinking about reserving here to keep in mind that you will not have wireless in your room or suite assuming they have not updated the amenities. Otherwise, this campus is a short bus ride from downtown. This campus is also very close to the airport (but not too close), and it is located in a relatively quiet suburb. The room was very clean including the bathroom, and the university staff along with the security were very helpful and pleasant. The security team even called a taxi for us at 5am heading towards the airport. Overall, I recommend this place if you are on a budget assuming you do not mind lackluster wireless service.
This is definitely a place for the younger crowd although, since my daughter is also a university student, this wasn't a big issue for us.
It is a good location for public transit and for a quiet early morning walk in the park and neighbourhood. The breakfast in the refectory was ample and adequate for the price, and the pub across from the university was sufficiently authentic. I and my daughter enjoyed our stay and ended up extending it for one more day.
No wifi in room
Ease in location
No cooking utensils etc on the kitchen.
I had a great stay at DCU. Accommodation was exactly as expected-they are Uni halls not a hotel, unclear as to what some people don't understand about this. I had no problems with the teenage exchange type students, bit noisy, but that's early on. I had best 3 nights sleep I'd had for ages to be honest. The student bar was fun, big thanks to the bar staff. Good cocktails
They provide refrigerator and stove, but these are useless as these don't have other supporting equipments
The single bed was very narrow.
The location. The campus was quiet.
Wireless internet access in rooms was poor Signage to accommodation reception on campus
Comfortable simple rooms Access to a clean kitchen pleasant helpful staff Parking without a height barrier for a van of windsurfing equipment
Staff Helpful but amateurish, only available in reception Cleaning was hit and miss Very frugal with washroom supplies
Best value Excellent grounds Very quite and alive outside Well just about everything
There was no food available on campus or nearby at the time we arrived - in the evening. The breakfast was a long trek across campus.
Great uni accom with security card access and access to facilities eg laundry etc. rooms good size and the best showers/hot water :-)
There were no plates, forks, knives etc in the kitchen...so using the kitchen requires you to take some equipment with you. Not very usual if you go on a city trip.
No hot water one morning, busses don't service the area early Sunday a.m. so had to take a taxi to get to a tour departure
Inexpensive, convenient to bus line, basic, relatively quiet
My room was beside the security door which would bang loudly when people entered or exited the corridor and sometimes woke me up.
The room was clean and bright. The staff were extremely pleasant and helpful. The breakfast was good.
You would expect a bus service on the door, considering the size of the campus. Nearest bus is a 10 minute walk.
Spacious,clean and excellent value. A large campus with loads of facilities, but really quiet and comfortable Food and drink on location and reasonable value and quality
Nothing springs to mind
Great experience highly recommend
Would have liked Wifi available in the room and not just in the reception area.
The sports facilities
not enough pillows
Everything was great really enjoyed our stay
The kitchen has no pots or dishes... You can't cook there...
Clean room. A few minuts from Dublin's center.
No internet in rooms No safety box in room
Wifi only available in the reception area
Helpful staff, clean, quiet, comfortable. Easy to travel around; Good, regular bus service, 15 mins by bus to city centre, bus stop right outside the campus.
No curtains just Venetian blinds, noise from neighboring rooms, no cutlery or crockery in kitchen, small bed, breeze block walls painted white no plaster. Doors lock by themselves so need to keep key card on you at all times.
Ensuite, good swimming pool and spa available on site, student union bar is good. laundry available on site. Cheap, free parking.
Location, having to take a bus to get into town or walk for half an hour to get downtown.
The price because Dublin hotel prices are exorbitant.
We felt mislead. There is a kitchen...but you can't use it. There kitchen facilities are non-existent. There is no cutlery or dishware, glasses or anything. The cupboards were completely empty. I couldn't even make a cup of tea since there was no cup. So much for saving money by cooking for myself...when I asked the staff about it, they just said "it's not self-serving." Lovely. Thanks for showing pictures of the huge kitchen on booking.com. Tricksters. There are lamps in the rooms but they have no bulbs in them, so you can't use them. Tricksters. Once you arrive on campus, it is very difficult to find the place. No signs anywhere until you get closer to it, so expect to walk around campus lost for a while. There was no wifi - at all. Not even in the common areas. It had been down for several days, and had not been fixed. They did have a single and expensive "pay-per-use" internet station that I used to book another place. Long bus ride into the centre. There is an 11 o'clock curfew, so if you're out enjoying a pint like we were...you better cut it short and catch a bus at 10:20 at the latest so you can get back on time. It was difficult to sleep, as there was a group of people drunkenly singing outside for a good chunk of the night. Bring ear plugs. The staff weren't particularly helpful, were disengaged, and didn't seem to enjoy working there.
Nothing. We stayed the first night, and cancelled the rest. We moved to a bnb in the Dublin centre (called the Townhouse), which was much cheaper per person, within walking distance of everything, had no curfew, and was more spacious. There are many other options in the centre. Just avoid this place.
Ground floor rooms - lack of curtains (blinds for night only) feels like beeing on a shopwindow.
Nice rooms and location (20 min by bus to the city center, no cummuting problems) in terms of price-quality. Very helpful staff. Good option for business trips and active sightseeing.
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