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Hubble Living, Dublin
Deluxe Ensuite - Bedroom
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Hubble Living, Dublin

Mayor Street Lower, Dublin 1, D01 K6W2, Ireland
0 mi from City Center
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About the Property

Hubble Living is a comfortable and stylish student accommodation in Dublin, that offers a range of en-suites for you to choose from. The property is conveniently located right next to the National College of Ireland (NCI) campus, a short 15-minute walk from the Trinity Business School and a quick 18-minute drive from Dublin Business School, making it an ideal student housing in Dublin. 


Every en-suite comes fully furnished with a double bed for single occupancy, a study desk & chair, generous storage including wardrobe and shelving, and a private en-suite bathroom. Furthermore, all utility bills like high-speed Wi-Fi, electricity, water, heating, and bin collection are included in the bill. The property is extremely safe and sound with CCTV / surveillance cameras 24/7, security on regular patrol, and a controlled access gate 

Location and What's Hot?

The Hubble Living is surrounded by many amazing restaurants and cafes like Milano Pizza Restaurant and Caffe Nero, that are perfect to hangout with friends during the weekends. For all those weekly grocery shopping, Fresh Grocery Store is located just around the block and Mark and Spencer Supermarket is at a walking distance. 


The property has excellent connectivity to public transport, making it super convenient for you to get around and explore the city. The Mayor Square- NCI Tram Stop and Dublin North Wall Quay Bus Stop is just a short 2-minute walk, making it an ideal student home in Dublin. 


  • Trinity College - 1.6KM. 20 min walk. 7 min cycle. 14 min Luas
  • NCI - On campus
  • Dublin Business School - 2.4KM. 30 min walk. 10 min cycle. 20 min Luas
  • TUD Grangegorman- 2.9KM. 39 min walk. 16 min cycle. 25 min Luas
  • TUD Bolton Street- 2.7KM. 35 min walk. 11 min cycle. 20 min Luas.
  • DCU - 3KM. 40 min walk. 13 min cycle. 30 min bus.
  • UCD - 6.3KM. 19 min drive.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Bike Storage
Luas Stop Outside Our Campus

Cancellation Policies (3)

  • Cooling Off Period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
  • No Visa No Pay
    Free Cancellation if student visa is not secured
  • No Place No Pay
    Cancellation policy if admission not confirmed

Payment Policies (4)

  • Security Deposit
    Deposit property holds during the tenure
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    Flexible payment terms
  • Guarantor Requirement
    Guarantor requirements and policy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a student to stay?

Yes.You must be a registered full-time third level student at any of the registered accredited third level institutions, International and Erasmus students, language school students, and interns are very welcome to stay at their Properties. The following are just some examples of third level institutions that are easily accessible from their campus;  Trinity College Dublin (TCD),  University College Dublin (UCD),  Dublin City University (DCU),  National College of Ireland (NCI),  TU Dublin,  National College of Art and Design (NCAD),  Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI),  Dublin Business School (DBS),  National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) / University of Galway (UG),  Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) / Atlantic Technological University - Galway (ATU),  Galway Business School.

Will I have to share a room?

Single, Single En-suite, Deluxe Double, and Deluxe Double En-suite rooms are for single occupancy only.  You will only have to share a bedroom if you choose a Twin or a Twin En-suite room. Cooking, dining, and living spaces are shared in an apartment style layout.

Can I share an apartment with my friend?

They cannot always guarantee the placement of friends together within apartments.  But they do want to help make your move seamless in any way they can. So, to share an apartment please inform them when booking, and they will do their best to try and facilitate you where possible. Usually, in the case of Twin and Twin En-suite rooms, friends can typically choose to share a room together.  Something to consider if you’re moving with a pal.

What do I need to pay before I arrive?

To secure your booking you will need to pay a deposit of €300. The first installment will need to be paid on a specific date prior to your arrival.

Are all of my bills included?

For your convenience, all electricity, waste removal, security, and Wi-Fi costs will be covered for the duration of your stay by a single Utility Fee, charged weekly.  No need for tricky calculations with roommates!

Is there 24-hour security?

Of course. Your safety is their key priority. Security services are available 24 hours a day. The buildings are also secured by strict hi-tech access control and CCTV systems.

What documents do I need to check in?

You will need to bring your acceptance letter as proof of studies. Prior to check in, you will also need to send us a digital photo, a photocopy/scan of your passport and visa if applicable. These can all be sent electronically. You will also be required to submit a signed lease contract prior to check in.
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Student Accomodations in Dublin

Dublin Student Accommodation

Finding student accommodation in Dublin is not that easy; however, at times, it becomes a daunting task as well. Students can easily find affordable and comfortable Dublin student accommodation options in the city with amber. Amber provides students with student accommodation in Dublin at reasonable prices while taking care of most of the amenities and facilities. The choicest options for Dublin student accommodation are all located near EC Dublin, BIMM Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin Business School, and SEDA College.

The beautiful city of Dublin is the largest and serves as the capital of Ireland. The city has a lot to offer to students, after spending most of their time in studies, one looks out for some time to relax. Students can easily visit these places of attraction from their Dublin student accommodation on weekends. Apart from this, one will find a plethora of museums in the city that make the day for history buffs. The global city has something for everyone in his pocket. This makes Dublin an ideal student accommodation city in Ireland.

Dublin student accommodation options offer some of the most comfortable yet affordable Quadruple rooms and Twin rooms for students to choose from. Dublin student accommodation also comes with a wide range of options for students to choose from.

About Dublin

Dublin is situated on Ireland's east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. The city is famous for its Georgian architecture, commercial power, and culture. With its vast history, Dublin takes people through a period that is long gone. The city has so many places to visit and gives its tourists a feel of home. Here, every building would depict a tale of history and modern architecture, a perfect amalgamation of past and present. Locals of the city are known for their warm hospitality and a big, warming smile on their faces.

Another thing that tourists adore about the city is its wide range of food. It is famous amongst food lovers for the cuisines and flavoursome dishes it offers. Apart from the historical buildings, what makes the city stand out is its museums, such as the Irish Museum of Modern Art, which offers its tourists the best from different eras that let one feel and experience the past. One wouldn't want to miss out on St. Patrick's Cathedral, a truly enlightening experience for many people and is considered one of the most sought-after places. The city is home to some of the oldest libraries as well, such as the Trinity College, where one gets to witness the wide range of books from across the places. Well, not just this, Dublin Castle is yet another place of attraction that keeps tourists coming back to the city.

Best Student Accommodation in Dublin

With a large number of students enrolling in different Universities in the city, finding suitable student accommodation in Dublin becomes a daunting task. Dublin is home to some of the finest universities, such as the Dublin Business School, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin Institute of Technology, etc. With amber’s quick booking method of pick, pay, and book, you can choose from a wide range of student accommodation in Dublin, from studios to ensuites and apartments. Amber provides an easy and seamless experience to the students so that they can book an accommodation of their choice. Dublin student accommodation provides students with many options to choose and pick from. Dublin student accommodation is fully loaded with the facilities and amenities one would require for a healthy and happy stay. Some of the options are mentioned below -

1. Go Britanya Dublin Resident

2. James Street

3. Cork Street

4. North Circular Road

5. Brunswick Court

6. Highlight Thomas Street

7. Blackhall Place

8. Beckett House

9. Binary Hub

10. Dorset Point

Cost of Living in Dublin

Dublin student accommodation is highly beneficial to students. Student accommodation in Dublin provides students with basic amenities and facilities that they would require for their stay in the city. However, there are other expenses that one needs to consider while staying in the city. We have mentioned below an estimated amount for some of the major expenses one would have to pay for their stay in a month.

1. Food & Groceries - €200-€300/month

2. Travel - €60-€40

3. Books and Stationary - €100-€200

4. Mobile - €70-€100/ month

5. Clothes - €100-€300/month

Student Travel in Dublin

Dublin is not just famous for its history or architecture; it is also known for its well-connected transport network that makes it stand out amongst other cities. With so many public transportation options to choose from, students wouldn't find it difficult to travel to different parts of the city. They can easily go around the city during weekends and can also find their way to the University easily. The renowned transport system includes the following:

1. Buses: Buses are considered one of the most sought-after transportation systems in the city, making travelling easier and hassle-free for people. Students can plan their bus journey by using Ireland's journey planner or Moovit service. Buses in Dublin start operating as early as 5 a.m. and as late as midnight, with around 120 routes and 18-night routes for students to get around the city.

2. Trains: Another well-connected transportation option for students is the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART). With such a massive transport system, people usually prefer the train option for longer journeys to another part of the city. However, the train frequency is good, and one finds the train running frequently every 10 minutes. The run from the coast of the Irish Sea in North County to Greystones in the South makes travel a lot easier.

3. Cycling: Students can also choose to travel to different parts of the city by bike. It is one of the best options for staying away from traffic.

Student Living & Lifestyle in Dublin

The city holds an esteemed reputation for being famous among international students. Students from across the world choose this city to further their education and advance their careers as well. With numerous vibrant and dynamic options for the students to visit during weekends, the city has so many options to choose from. The city centre makes it a perfect location for student accommodation in Dublin.

The city has so much to offer to its tourists, along with many museums to parks. Dublin has a variety of bars and restaurants for students to choose from. People can dine out as per their liking at some of the finest restaurants in the city, such as the Blackhall Place, Wuff, Generator, Leonardo Hotel Dublin Christchurch, etc. Another place to visit for a portion of delicious food is Wallace's Taverna. If you want to be close to nature, you can also visit Phoenix Park, Kellogg's Skyline Park, etc. One can also visit the GAA Museum & Tours, The Kildare Maze, Dublin Zoo, Zipit Forest Adventures, etc. National Botanic Gardens is another place one can visit, The National Wax Museum Plus, Viking Splash Tours, Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre are some of the places students can visit over weekends and as per their suitability.

Dublin Tourist Attractions

Dublin offers a wide variety of tourist attractions options to people. The city is known for its museums, restaurants, parks, and so much more. Students can visit these places during their free time and explore the nearby attractions on a weekend. Dublin is the largest and most beautiful city in Ireland. Hence, one would find plenty of options to travel around in the city. Some of the most popular attractions near student accommodation in Dublin include -

1. Irish Whiskey Museum

2. Jameson Distillery

3. St Patrick's Cathedral

4. The Little Museum of Dublin

5. Guinness Storehouse

6. St Stephens Green

7. Temple Bar

8. Chester Beatty

Top Universities in Dublin

There are a number of universities in the city that offer their students top-tier education. Amber offers student accommodation in Dublin near many of these universities, such as

1. National College of Art and Design

2. Dublin Business School

3. Trinity College 

4. CCT College Dublin

5. BIMM Dublin

6. The International School of English

7. EC Dublin

8. Crumlin College of Further Education

9. Independent College

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