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Arrival

Arrival

The property is fully furnished, but you’ll need to bring bedding, clothing and items for your kitchen, along with personal items for that extra finishing touch to your room. Don’t forget to bring along some ID for when you check in.

There are some pay and display spaces nearby which you can use to unload your belongings.

Please head straight to reception: Beckett House, Gardiner St, Dublin 1, Ireland



Booking a Room

Booking a Room

Yes, our residents must be a student, enrolled in a college/university and be 17 years or older at check-in.

Yes, you’ll need an Irish/UK guarantor – if you’ve requested to pay in instalments. Otherwise, you’ll have to pay the full amount of your licence fee in August.

  • Friendly team on-site 24/7
  • On-site maintenance
  • Regular programme of social events
  • Modern gym (open 6am – midnight)
  • Stylish common room
  • Spacious study room
  • Cinema room
  • Courtyard with outdoor games
  • Roof terrace
  • 100MB broadband and Wi-Fi
  • Ensuite bedrooms
  • Shared kitchen and lounge areas in all apartments
  • Laundry room (pay per use)
  • Plenty of bike storage
  • Price is inclusive of utility bills and contents insurance

If necessary, we will take legal action to recoup.

Booking a room with aparto is easy – just click here to register your details, log in, and follow the steps below:

  1. Choose your room
  2. Pay the advanced licence fee equal to one week’s licence fee
  3. Sign your Licence to Reside

If you’d prefer to pay the licence fee in instalments, your guarantor will need to send us an Irish/UK utility bill and provide further information, the details of which will be sent to them via email.



Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy

Please click here to view our cancellation policy.



Feedback

Feedback

We love to hear from you, so whether you want to share an idea, tell us what we could do even better, or even give us a little pat on the back if you like what we’re doing, you can drop us a line at hello@apartostudent.com.

You can view our complaints policy for our Ireland properties here.



General

General

If there’s a problem with your room or apartment, no matter how small, contact reception, fill in a quick repair form, and a member of our facilities team will be round to fix the problem as soon as possible.

We’re more than happy to listen to you. However, we’d advise talking to your university support team first. If you’d still like to speak with some at aparto, feel free to book an appointment with the Accommodation Manager – they’ll sit down for a chat if something’s worrying you.

Yep! You and your housemates will share a post box found in reception. You’ll all receive a key to check on your post, while parcels can be delivered to reception for the aparto team to look after – just be sure to bring ID with you when collecting.



Getting Around

Getting Around

There is no parking on site.

There is plenty of secure bike storage for our residents to use.



Moving Out

Moving Out

Before you go, you’ll need to pack up all your belongings and give your room a clean – we appreciate it if you leave it in the same condition as you found it. Hand back your fob/post box key when you check out; after that, head home and enjoy the rest of your summer.



My Apartment

My Apartment

Unless you’re staying in a twin room, the other rooms in this property are single occupancy, with a private en-suite shower room.

You and your housemates are, so it’s helpful to have a cleaning rota in place from the beginning so things don’t get too messy. You can bring your rubbish/recycling to the bin stores and all collections are included in your rental fee.

The aparto team will clean up these areas, but we appreciate if you could look after them in the meantime.

The property and its grounds are strictly non-smoking, but feel free to smoke outside of the building, off-site.



Room Allocation

Room Allocation

Yes of course, just choose the same apartment when making your selection online. If you don’t know anyone then don’t be concerned, the majority of our students move in on their own and soon make friends once they’re here.

Sure, just let us know your preference when making your booking.



Socialising

Socialising

Sure, your friends and family can visit, but you can only have one guest stay in your room, at a maximum of 2 nights a week. You must be present during the entire time of their stay and sign them in on arrival.

While your guest is on the premises, you are responsible for them – they must be signed in and out and follow all aparto regulations.

Yeah, go ahead, but we’d appreciate it if you’re considerate of other students living in the building and you clean up the place afterwards.



Viewing a Room

Viewing a Room

Want to explore Beckett House further? Please call us on +353 1 531 0330 or complete our tour booking form to arrange a viewing.

Please meet us in reception: Beckett House, Gardiner St, Dublin 1, Ireland

No worries, let us know and we’ll make any necessary changes.

You’ll see all the communal areas including the common room, study room, gym and outdoor areas. We’ll also show you around an apartment and bedroom.



What’s Included?

What’s Included?

You do! Wi-Fi is included, and there’s also a broadband connection on your desk in the room.

Yes, you’ll find a TV in your communal lounge area, but we don’t provide a TV Licence and students are responsible for splitting this annual charge amongst their housemates.

You’ll find a hob and oven/microwave, along with a fridge/freezer and plenty of storage.

Be sure to bring your own utensils, dishes, pots/pans and other small appliances though.

Unless it’s for storing prescribed medication, the only fridges allowed are those already in the kitchen.

We don’t supply bedding so be sure to bring your own sheets, duvets and pillows with you.

Residents get a laundry card, or they can download a phone app, that can be topped up with credit.

Sure, feel free to put up posters, photos of your friends and anything else that makes you feel at home. We just ask that the room is returned to its original state when you check out.



Your Tenancy Agreement

Your Tenancy Agreement

No, the licence fee will be due in August or if paying in instalments you can pay half in August and half in January.

Yes, by all means – as long as it’s between the start and end of your tenancy agreement, feel free to stay whenever you want.

Sorry, you can only move in once your tenancy has started.

Sorry, once the tenancy dates are set, we can’t amend them.