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Hotel Trinity College (Campus Accomodation)

  Nassau Street - D2 - Dublin, Ireland View Map
Area: City Centre South

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Trinity College, Dublin, is one of the oldest universities in the British Isles, and the oldest in Ireland. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, the College is in an enviable position in the very heart of Ireland's capital. During the summer holiday between the middle of June and the end of September the College opens up its 800 residential rooms on the historic city centre campus for visitors. The accommodation available within the campus reflects the various architectural periods during which the College has been in existence. The rooms range from older traditional student style accommodation in buildings of character, right up to modern buildings where the rooms have private bathroom facilities. The varying styles of accommodation ensure that there is something suitable for all tastes and budgets. The truly unique location ensures that Trinity is an ideal place to base yourself when you visit Dublin city. One of the leading visitor attractions, the Book of Kells, is housed on the campus, and Trinity itself is within walking distance of shops, other major visitor attractions, theatres, cinemas, museums and libraries. Standing on a self contained site, the College itself covers some 35 acres of cobbled squares and green spaces surrounded by buildings which represent the accumulated architectural riches of nearly 3 centuries. Some of the most famous people in Irish history were educated at Trinity; writers like Dean Swift and Samuel Beckett; scientists like Rowan Hamilton the mathematician,and E.T.S. Walton, who won the Nobel Prize for his work on the atom. Other graduates include Ireland's first president Douglas Hyde, and, more recently, Mary Robinson, the first female president of the country.

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Rooms

Located in historic parts of campus and renovated in recent years, these apartments have two or three single bedrooms, one bathroom and a kitchen/livingroom. All bedrooms have individual locks. Bedrooms may be reserved individually of for small groups. Mostly located in the historic areas of the campus, our ensuite single and twin study bedrooms have a private shower and toilet. They also have access to a kitchenette for light self-catering. Accommodation in Goldsmith Hall consists of modern and spacious single and double-bedrooms within purpose built apartments. Located adjacent to the campus, these apartments are centred around a communal courtyard. They generally consist of four bedrooms (two single and two double), two showers, two toilets and a kitchen/living room. All bedrooms have electronic locks and rooms may be reserved individually or for groups.

Restaurant

When arranging any function whether large or small, the aim of Trinity College is to exceed the expectation of the guests. The historic Dining Hall offers a unique experience: an impressive venue with excellent cuisine and service to create a truly memorable experience. Trinity College has for many years used its unique facilities to achieve this result for its many corporate and conference clients. Its success has been such that it is probably the premier hospitality venue in the country.

Location

It enjoys a fantastic location, surrounded by great historic buildings and located within 35 acres of cobblestone paving and landscaping of Trinity College. In the heart of Dublin, the college is 10 minutes walk from Temple Bar and Grafton Street.

Hotel facilities

  •  Non smoking rooms
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Internet Point
  •  Bar
  •  Conference rooms 100
  •  Heated Swimmingpool
  •  Tennis Court
  •  Check-in at From 12:00
  •  Shops

The hotel is suitable for sportsmen. The hotel offers its guests high speed internet to surf the web without problems. The hotel offers a bar to enjoy a drink and relax. The property is fully equipped with a conference room. The property has its own heated swimming pool for guests. The hotel is great for those who enjoy playing tennis. The accommodation is suitable for those who love shopping.

 Landmarks

  • National Library of Ireland - 207 m
  • Trinity College (Book of Kells ) - 258 m
  • National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology - 283 m
  • National Gallery of Ireland - 296 m
  • Powerscourt Townhouse Centre - 358 m
  • National Museum of Ireland - Natural History - 363 m
  • Graphic Studio Gallery - 487 m
  • Stephen's Green Shopping Centre - 500 m
  • St Stephens Green - 504 m
  • Temple Bar Gallery and Studios - 589 m
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