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Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 1187 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Trinity College (Campus Accommodation).
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Tennis Court, Sauna, Fitness Center, Indoor Pool
Food & Drink
Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Baggage Storage, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 10 people, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Score from 554 reviews Very good
cleanness;friendly staff;central location
bed not adequately large; twice as many people as usual using shared bathrooms
The locaiton and price can't be beat, the cleanliness and helpfulness of the staff was also exceptional. We also really enjoyed that we got to stay in such a unique place
Upon arrival our group was told our apartment location so we could park outside and check in later. When we returned later out group had been split into different apartments even though we had been told we would have an apartment together. The reason for this was apparently some of us were "upgraded" and others we're not. When questions front of house staff/students had no appropriate answer. Terrible service that felt like we were trying to be blurred at every question we asked.
Noise of other residents especially banging doors. Stairs
Being in the city centre with all of its fantastic history on your door step!!!
Staff was helpful and room was simply great. I changed it for another one which was located more inside the Trinity College (and had a Wi-Fi available in the room), but the previous one was good anyway, for the price. Nice common space and clean bathroom
being a University Campus, rooms should have a Wi-Fi.
location close to the city
Easy to get to and no fuss staff - really comfortable for the money
Very central. Helpful staff when arriving.
The packed breakfast over the weekend, part of which went missing from outside my door. The squeaky suitcases wheeling past my window at three in the morning. No left luggage, apart from the university cloakroom on the day I left.
The campus is awesome.
Too noisy to sleep.
Location location location.
The cafeteria seemed small and therefore overcrowded.
To expensive for what I got breakfast was not great either.
Location & breakfast facilities.
Being 3 stories up & climbing some 70 steps. Only 1 power point under table that necessitated me getting down on hands a knees. Bath towel too small. On one occasion didn't vacated room till approx 11.00am & room was not serviced
Location, timing and variety of breakfast, and comfy & spacious rooms
A bit noisy with music playing until midnite from the outside streets ..not too loud just constant the same songs!
Fairly basic accommodation. A bit noise from doors slamming at night.
The price is good and the place where it is located is pretty good as well.
- The shower was very narrow for a 1.80 meter tall man. The shower was fixed over the wall. Impossible to enjoy your shower. - The street was a little noise during the night.
In a great central location. Staff very helpful and friendly. Great tours. Room qualities very good and lovely food
Excellent location Staff extremely helpful Apartment awesome
Clean, safe and quiet, which was really nice after leaving the bustling Dulbin.
No internet in rooms. You have to walk really far to get it, normally outside at night because facilities are closed, so it's quite an inconvenience
The location was v central,surroundings spectacular and peace and calm welcoming. It was an oasis of calm in a bustling city!
Check our time a tad early @ 10am
Central to sightseeing. Convenient to all buses including airport bus. Within walking distance to R. Liffy Interesting history on campus e.g.Book of Kells
Such a long treck from front gate to Goldsmiths accommodation especially for old lady.
Location, staff and breakfast were fantastic and worth the money. Stayed three nights and look forward to staying again next year. Loved the surroundings.
Bed not very comfortable. Booking information led me to believe leisure facilities was included in the price however was going to be an extra charge each time of use. Also would be great if a kettle in the room rather than having to go to the kitchen.big problem was no wi-fi in rooms.
It is relatively cheap for accommodation in Dublin. Breakfast is included and it is generally clean and safe.
It is on the other side of Trinity College Campus, so it is not really that centrally located (however, it is next to a train station, so it is easy to travel out of the town from there)
The self service breakfasts were good.
Very, very difficult to find. Locating Trinity College main entrance is 'easy' but try finding the rear vehicular entrance with bus lanes, one-way systems, and bus only right turns is a nightmare. Then you have to find your room, good luck with that one. The room would make a cell in Wandsworth look palatial. It's a disgrace that students have to take out huge loans to pay for this rubbish, we can only hope that the tuition is better. Visit Trinity, but don't use their accommodation.
Cooked breakfast not worth it as food was cold. Continental breakfast much better. No T.V. Climbing 3 sets of stairs! Parking would have been an advantage with this accommodation.