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LIV Student Dublin, Dublin
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LIV Student Dublin, Dublin

Church St, Dublin, D07 RR82, Ireland
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About the Property

LIV Student is a posh student accommodation in Dublin that has a variety of en-suites to offer to the students. The ISI English language School is a 6-minute walk and SEDA College is an 8-minute walk from the accommodation, making it an apt choice for the students.


All the rooms in each of the apartments feature private bathrooms. They also come with a cosy bed, a study desk and a full-size mirror. The ample amount of storage is provided by a wardrobe, shelving units and a bookshelf. The galley kitchen has a microwave, fridge freezer and induction cooktops. One can keep the midnight snacks in the cabinets, so as to keep them handy. The dining table is the spot where one can bond with roommates over brunch. The accommodation also provides for free gym with a virtual personal trainer and outdoor spaces. The students can watch their favourite movies or shows in the cinema room or on TV and practice their assignments in the study room.

Location and What's Hot?

The location of the accommodation makes it a pretty happening place. Restaurants like PHX Bistro and Flanagan's Bar & Restaurant are close by. There are various supermarkets that are also very near which makes the accommodation extremely accessible and a comfortable place for the student to reside in. The weekends would never be dull in this location, the Phoenix Park is extremely close and is relaxing and would help in unwinding for the week. The National Wax Museum Plus can also be an exciting and chill place to hang out with friends.


The location of the property makes it extremely easy to commute from one place to the other. Arran Quay bus station is a 5-minute walk and Usher's Quay bus stop is a 7-minute walk away from the accommodation. If you want to take a train then the Smithfield tram stop is also a 3-minute walk away. For cross-country travel, one can take a train from the Dublin Heuston which is a 7-minute drive from the accommodation.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Outdoor Terrace
Study Area
Bike Storage

Cancellation Policies (5)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers 1, 10 flexible instalment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I check the arrangement before confirming my room?

Absolutely! There is plenty of opportunity during the booking process to review and check through your arrangement and the contract relating to your accommodation. In fact, they urge you to keep checking and to be thorough!

Do I have to be a student to live in this accommodation?

Yes, their accommodation in each city is designed for full and part-time students only.

Can I secure an apartment with my friends?

Definitely! Once you have completed the booking process online, make sure to get in touch with property directly to outline your preference and to let them know who you want to room with. Their aim when placing people together is always to match like minded people – considering your university, course, and age as well as any other special requests.

Can I secure a room for one term?

Generally, their tenancies are for full years. If a shorter term agreement is something you are seeking or need to discuss, please get in touch with us directly to see if your needs can be accommodated.

How do I pay my rent?

Once your booking has been completed, they will send you an invitation email which will allow you to set up your rent payments. All rent payments can be arranged in a number of ways to make budgeting as easy as possible for you. Some of their tenants pay a lump sum at the start of each term, while others pay in instalments – it is up to you to decide which works best for you. They advise residents to set up a local currency Direct Debit to avoid fees, remove the stress of payment deadlines and to ensure that you never miss a rent payment.

Are your rooms suitable for disabled access?

Their apartments are built to be as inclusive and accessible as possible, with specific rooms and living arrangements designed to facilitate and support those with all manner of disabilities. They understand that finding the right accommodation can be daunting for those living with disabilities, so please get in touch so they can discuss your individual needs directly and make sure that all your needs are catered for.

Do I need a guarantor to secure a room?

A guarantor is the best way to protect your place with us if things get tough, especially if you are struggling to pay your rent. If you are paying in instalments, then they do ask that you provide a guarantor or appoint a Housing Hand as your guarantor. If you are paying your rent upfront in a single lump sum, a guarantor is not required.

Can I change my payment plan part way through my tenancy if something happens?

They are no stranger to bad days or tough months –They've all been there, and they've all wished that the person at the other end of the phone was a little more understanding. Because of this, and in an effort to make their agreements as flexible as possible for their residents and students, if something occurs – like an emergency payment you have to make elsewhere, or your student loan doesn’t arrive on time – simply get in touch to discuss the situation with them directly. They can then amend your payment plan if required, to help you out.

Can I sub-let my room?

No, this practice is banned for the duration of your tenancy.

Can I have visitors, and can they stay over?

Absolutely – university is a time for making new friends (and besides, they know you’ll want to show off your new home!). They do ask that those living in shared apartments or studios refrain from having more than one guest at any time, and that you keep overnight stays to a maximum of two nights per week. Visitors also need to sign in at reception and sign out when they leave, to assist them in the event of a fire evacuation. In addition, please note that their visitor policy can be amended at any time.

Can I keep a pet?

Sorry, they don’t allow pets in their accommodation unless they are approved assistance or disability dogs.

When can I move in?

Your move in date will be outlined in the agreement. They will also be in touch closer to the time to discuss the finer details and to make sure that you have everything you need.

What documents do I need upon arrival when I first check in?

When checking in they will need to see some form of photographic ID, such as a passport or driving licence.

How do I find out who I am living with?

In line with GDPR regulations they are unable to share names or contact details, however you will be given information on how to download and join the management's app prior to arrival and move in day. This app will act as a form of networking platform prior to and during your tenancy.

What equipment is available in the gym and fitness studio?

Their gyms typically contain all of the equipment that you would expect – including weight machines, cardiovascular machines, and free weights as well as mats for yoga and stretching.

What are the gym / fitness studio opening hours?

Opening hours vary by location, however they will open early in the morning and late into the night to ensure that you are able to keep fit as part of a routine that suits you.

Is there somewhere safe to park my car?

As part of their commitment to climate change and to reducing the CO2 output levels of their sites and their residents, they encourage students to use the local public transport network and to keep their cars outside of the city centers. Not only will this help reduce your own carbon footprint, but it will save you money in the long run.

Is there somewhere safe to store my bike?

Yes, all of their accommodation sites include bike storage as part of your facilities package! They do ask that you bring your own bike lock for optimum security.

Do you have security?

Their sites benefit from both 24/7 staff and CCTV – making sure that you feel as safe as possible during your tenancy.

How do I manage maintenance requests?

If you have any issues, from broken doors to plumbing issues, lost keys, and issues with access, their maintenance team can be contacted via the Student app. This app also lets you track the status of any issue or request.

What kitchen equipment is supplied in the accommodation?

Before planning your trip to Ikea, incoming students should note that their kitchens include hobs, ovens, fridge-freezers, dishwashers, microwaves, kettles, and toasters. Any other cooking equipment you wish to use, as well as cutlery and crockery, will need to be supplied by yourself.

What is included in my room?

They want your bedroom to feel as much like home as possible, so they try not to stand in the way of your individuality and creativity. Because of this, your bedroom includes: A large bed with underbed storage and quality mattress and USB charging ports by your bed, six electrical sockets under your desk with cable management, a desk light, an ergonomic study chair, window with black-out blinds or curtains and an en-suite bathroom with a power shower. All the decoration and finer details are up to you! Studio apartments also feature a dining table and an integrated kitchen with a fridge-freezer, two electric hobs and combi oven.

How fast is the WiFi?

They proudly offer superfast, unlimited, 100% FREE WiFi as part of each accommodation package. Wired speeds reach up to 200MBs while wireless connection can reach speeds of up to 100MBs. The actual speed you will experience while using the Internet may vary and depends upon a variety of conditions, such as: The performance of your computer or tablet (eg. its age, processing capability, its operating system, the number of applications running simultaneously and the presence of any adware and viruses). The type of connection between your device and their equipment. For example, wireless connections may be slower than wired connections. Wireless connections may be subject to greater fluctuations, interference and congestion. They recommend that you connect your device via a cable if it has the capability, freeing up space for other devices on the wireless network. The distance between your device and our equipment. The time of day. During peak times there will be more congestion, which may affect the speed you receive.

Can I smoke in my room / apartment?

They do not permit the use of cigarettes or vapes anywhere in this accommodation – inside or outside.

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Student Accomodations in Dublin

Dublin Student Accommodation

Finding the right Dublin student accommodation is a crucial step for any student embarking on their academic journey in the vibrant capital of Ireland. Dublin boasts a variety of options when it comes to student accommodation, each offering their unique set of advantages. One of the benefits of selecting off-campus student accommodation Dublin Ireland over on-campus alternatives is the autonomy and independence it brings, along with a diverse range of living experiences. Amber stands as an indispensable resource in streamlining the search for suitable student accommodation in Dublin. With an intuitive website that simplifies the housing hunt, amber assists students in finding their ideal home close to key educational institutions such as University College Dublin, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, and the Institute of Technology.

Students can enjoy accommodations well-equipped with facilities and amenities. In particular, properties like James Street, Dublin, LIV Student Dublin, Dublin, 33 Clonmore Road, Dublin, and more offer a blend of comfort and convenience perfect for a hassle-free student life in Dublin.

About Dublin

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is steeped in history and rich in heritage. Renowned for its vibrant culture, literature, and arts, Dublin has a magical allure that draws people from all corners of the world. A hub of economic activities and social life, this city is bustling with opportunities and exudes a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Notably, Dublin is a city that cherishes its past while looking forward to the future, which is evident from its architectural landscapes that blend historical buildings with modern structures. The city is also famous for its literary contributions, with several Nobel Prize laureates in Literature including Dublin in their histories. Moreover, Dublin's traditional Irish music and pub culture are integral to its character, ensuring there is no shortage of entertainment for its residents and visitors alike.

With a sizable student population, Dublin provides an excellent environment for academic growth and networking. When it comes to Dublin student accommodation, students have a variety of options to choose from. Each locality within Dublin, such as the historic Temple Bar or the serene suburb of Rathmines, offers unique living experiences and atmospheres. Whether it's proximity to educational campuses or thriving city life, Dublin's student accommodations cater to the diverse needs of its international and local students.

Best Student Accommodation in Dublin

Finding ideal student accommodation in Dublin is a crucial part of ensuring a comfortable and enriching study experience for students relocating to Ireland’s vibrant capital. As students plan their move to Dublin, off-campus housing emerges as an attractive option, offering more independence, often at a more affordable rate compared to university dormitories. Additionally, living off-campus fosters a sense of community as students reside among locals and international peers, contributing to a more integrated life experience. With options ranging from ensuites and student halls to studio apartments, every student can find their perfect home. Conveniently located near educational institutions, these options for Dublin student accommodation ensure that students are never too far from their academic commitments. Some of the best options include:

1. James Street, Dublin

2. LIV Student Dublin

3. 33 Clonmore Road, Dublin

4. Bangor House, Dublin

5. Dublin Nest Point Campus

6. Yugo Highfield Park, Dublin

7. Yugo Ardcairn House, Dublin

8. Brickworks, Dublin

9. The Residence Stoneybatter, Dublin

10. Yugo Dominick Place, Dublin

Cost of Living

Understanding the cost of living in Dublin is crucial for students planning their finances and lifestyle choices. The vibrant capital of Ireland can be on the pricier side, with students expecting an average monthly cost of living to be around €1,200. This estimation goes a long way in helping students prepare for their stay while searching for Dublin student accommodation and managing expenses effectively. Here’s an approximate range to expect:

1. Food & Groceries - €250 - €265 / per month

2. Transportation - €135 - €175 / per month

3. Utilities (including Internet) - €150 - €75 / per month

4. Clothing - €50 - €65 / per month

5. Sports & Leisure - €75 - €90 / per month

Student Travel Dublin

Finding Dublin student accommodation that's not only comfortable but also well-connected to educational institutions is a prime concern for students. Dublin, a bustling hub for students, offers a mix of public transport that's affordable and accessible. Whether you're rushing to your morning lecture or exploring the city over the weekend, these transport options near your Dublin accommodation ensure you're well on your way without unnecessary hassle. Students can utilise a Leap Card across buses, LUAS, and DART for convenient travel and can also avail of weekly or monthly caps on travel costs. These modes of transport make the city accessible for every student residing here:

1. Buses

Dublin Bus operates an extensive network covering the entire city, including routes to University College Dublin and other institutes. With frequent services, the average fare starts from around €2.15 with a Leap Card, which offers discounted fares.

2. Light Rail

The LUAS tram service is another popular option, splitting into the Green and Red lines that traverse key city points. Average starting fare is €2.00 with a Leap Card. Trams run every 4-10 minutes during peak times.

3. Trains

DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is ideal for those staying in coastal regions, linking to suburbs. Standard fares vary starting from €2.00. Trains run at a frequency of every 10-20 minutes during peak hours.

4. Biking

Dublinbikes, the city's public bike rental scheme, is adequate for short commutes. With a €25 annual subscription, students find it a cost-effective and fitness-friendly way to navigate around.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Dublin

Living as a student in Dublin, Ireland, offers a vibrant and enriching experience, blending academic rigour with a dynamic social scene. The city is home to renowned institutions like Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin, attracting a diverse student population. Dublin student accommodation is a key aspect of this lifestyle, with a variety of options available to suit different needs and budgets. From modern apartments to traditional dormitories, student accommodation in Dublin caters to both international and local students, providing a comfortable and convenient living environment. Dublin's rich cultural heritage and bustling urban life offer students numerous opportunities for exploration and entertainment. The city's historic sites, lively pubs, and eclectic eateries create a unique backdrop for student life. Additionally, the extensive public transportation network makes it easy to navigate the city and beyond. Students often find Dublin student accommodation strategically located near campuses, facilitating easy access to classes and university facilities. The sense of community within student accommodation in Dublin is another significant advantage. These living spaces often foster social interactions and friendships, enhancing the overall university experience. Many accommodations offer amenities such as study rooms, gyms, and communal areas, promoting a balanced lifestyle that includes both academic and recreational activities. Overall, living in Dublin as a student is characterised by a blend of academic pursuit, cultural immersion, and social engagement, with accommodation playing a pivotal role in creating a supportive and enjoyable environment for students.

Dublin Tourist Attractions

Steeped in history and buzzing with youthful energy, Dublin is a city of cultural charms and architectural splendour. Whether you're residing in an accommodation or just visiting, the city's landmarks are sure to captivate with tales from the ancient past and vibrant present. With its picturesque locales and myriad attractions, Dublin is a perfect blend of old-world mystique and contemporary cool.

1. The Guinness Storehouse

2. Dublin Castle

3. Trinity College Library and The Book of Kells

4. St. Patrick's Cathedral

5. Temple Bar

6. Kilmainham Gaol

Universities in Dublin

Dublin, a vibrant city known for its rich history and cultural heritage, also boasts a reputation as a prominent educational hub with some of the world's most esteemed universities. Some of the most well-known universities include:

1. University College Dublin

2. Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art

3. Institute of Technology

4. UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School

5. American College

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