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Live and Work in Dublin 2022

Would you love to experience a summer in Dublin? Living and working in Dublin without the huge price tag of private rental is a possibility this summer so you can still enjoy the good life. DCU Rooms offers students all of the freedom and independence of living in the big city while remaining a safe, comfortable, and social place to live. We have a limited number of rooms in All Hallows for longer-term accommodation over the summer months to offer to students and they are sure to be snapped up quickly. If you’d like to enjoy big city living at a much smaller cost, contact DCU rooms today to book your summer in Dublin.

About our Student Accommodation

Across our three Dublin locations, you will find a selection of rooms to suit you and your budget. Our longer-term summer accommodation is available in All Hallows, a little closer to the city centre than our main campus. Perhaps the most historic of our campuses, DCU All Hallows campus has a remarkable past. It is a beautiful location to spend the summer of your life living and working in Dublin.

We offer a selection of room types, ideal for solo travellers or groups who want to be accommodated together. Each of our rooms is en suite with tea and coffee making facilities, a work desk & chair and complimentary wi-fi so you can keep up with studies or work from home. We’re within walking distance or perfectly placed to catch public transport in and out of the city whether you’re exploring the history and culture of the city or meeting friends for a great night out.

Facilities on Campus

All Hallows is smaller than our main campus, but both are available for guests to explore and enjoy at their leisure. In All Hallows, you can enjoy the on-site chapel, a great coffee shop for your morning pick me up or that lunchtime boost to keep you going, complimentary wi-fi throughout, and our tranquil gardens where you can meet friends or simply relax in the sun after a long day. It’s a peaceful campus and ideal for lovers of history, culture, and downtime.
We also have a selection of dining options for our residents. You can pick up a bite to eat and a coffee in our café or enjoy a tasty meal in our main dining room. Conveniently located next to our conference centre, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner all year round. It seats up to 300 people so don’t worry about finding a seat!

Live & Work in Dublin

Create the memories of a lifetime with a summer living and working in Dublin. The city comes alive in summer with packed parks, pop-up markets, queues outside ice cream shops and everyone seems to be in a good mood. Head to the coast this summer to experience the very best of Dublin. Enjoy a walk, jog, or cycle along the nearby coast road in Clontarf, all the way to the gorgeous Bull Island. Take pictures of the wide sandy beach and the iconic red lighthouse that shelters Dublin Bay.
The city centre is filled with pubs, cafes, restaurants, shops and so much more, ideal to find a summer position or just enjoy on your days off. Public museums, galleries, and exhibitions are completely free to enjoy. The parks are filled with families and young people enjoying the rare sunshine and you’ll often see free music performances.
The summer is also festival season with so many great indoor and outdoor performances taking place across the city and county all summer. Book tickets for Mother opening party in the National Gallery, Forbidden Fruit in the Modern Art Museum or see your favourite artist in the 3 Arena, the RDS, or Malahide Castle.

Book an unforgettable summer in Dublin with affordable accommodation in DCU Rooms All Hallows Campus. There are only 45 en suite rooms available this summer so be sure to book soon to secure your space. Book on our website for our lowest rates and most up-to-date availability. We’re looking forward to playing a small part in your favourite Dublin memories!

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Sarah Corcoran

Sarah is a part-time travel writer and a full-time Dubliner, born and bred in this colourful city. She loves nothing more than exploring the beauty that’s on her doorstep and enjoying the many attractions and history that Dublin has to offer. She is passionate about writing and promoting her home town to anyone who will listen!

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