Rooms are now available at the Londonist Dublin Student Residence
If you're looking for student accommodation in Dublin, Londonist Student Residence is the place to be. Our apartments are comfortable, safe, and secure and have been chosen specifically to make travelling from your university as easy as possible, thanks to their prime location.
The Londonist Dublin Student Residence is a modern, newly-built student residence in Dublin City Centre. It offers affordable accommodation for students and young professionals looking to live in the heart of Ireland's capital city. With easy access to all major transport links, including the Luas (Dublin's tram system) and Dublin Bikes, we are sure that you will find our location perfect for your needs!
In the residence, we have studio rooms with fully equipped kitchens for individuals who want their own space, as well as a variety of ensuite room types with communal living spaces and kitchens for those who appreciate living with others.
Address: Newmarket, Dublin 8 D08 VH42
Price: From €265 per week (includes bills)
Size: 24 bedrooms with shared facilities + 3 rooms with private bathroom/toilet per floor; total capacity is 56 students/guests at any given point in time
Room Type: Ensuite & Studio rooms have 1 or 2 single bedsKitchen & Dining Facilities: You will share a large kitchen on each floor with residents from your floor or another floor within the building (depending on availability). You will also have use of dining areas throughout the building.We have also chosen each location carefully so that everything essential for students is within walking distance - shops, bars, or restaurants!
Our accommodation in Dublin has been carefully selected based on what international students want from their home away from home - friendly staff who will help with any problems, clean rooms and bathrooms, and facilities like Wi-Fi throughout all buildings.Living in Dublin, IrelandAs Ireland's capital city, Dublin is the perfect place to spend your semester abroad. Here are some reasons why the city's main draw is its culture and history.
Dublin has been occupied for over 8,000 years, making it one of Europe's oldest settlements. It also boasts one of the largest medieval castles in all of Europe! Whether you're interested in learning about this rich past or getting lost among its winding streets and beautiful parks, there's something for everyone here.There are lots of festivals going on all year round - from St Patrick's Day (March 17th), which draws millions from across Europe and beyond; Pride Parade (June); Oxegen Festival (July), and Electric Picnic Festival (August).Great food! And great pubs too! Don't forget those famous pints- they're cheap too. It is a student residence that offers optimal student life in a historic yet contemporary city.