Both your room and the apartment are fully furnished with lots of modern flourishes, but you’ll still need to bring along bedding, kitchen items and, of course, your own clothes. Personal items and creature comforts make settling in a little easier, so bring those with you too. Don’t forget your ID either!
Yeah, if you need to unpack your belongings, there are some pay and display places nearby.
Please head straight to reception: Binary Hub, Bonham Street, Dublin 8, D08 R596.
Someone from the Binary Hub team will be on hand with plenty of info as well as your key fob. If you’re going to be late or arriving out of hours, please let us know in advance so we can make the arrangements to meet you at a later time.
You must be a student, enrolled at college/university and be 17 years of age or older at check-in in order to live at this property.
If you’re paying the licence fee in instalments, you must have an Irish/UK guarantor. Otherwise, you’ll be required to pay your licence in full in August.
The fees will be recouped by legal means if necessary.
If you’re looking to book a room, click here to register your details, log in, and follow these three steps:
If you want to pay your licence fee in instalments rather than upfront, your guarantor will need to send us an Irish/UK utility bill and provide further information, the particulars of which will be detailed via email.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
If there’s a problem with your room or apartment, please get in contact with the reception desk and fill in a quick repair form. Our facilities team will fix things when they can.
If you need to talk to an aparto staff member, we’re more than happy to listen to you.
Before arranging a meeting with us, we’d recommend talking to your university support team, since they may be in a position to more readily offer advice. If you’d still like to speak with your Accommodation Manager, you’re more than welcome to book an appointment with them for a chat.
Of course, you and your new housemates will share a post box in reception, along with your own individual key to check your post. The aparto team will look after any parcels you deliver to them, but be sure to bring ID with you when collecting.
We don’t offer parking on site as part of this property.
Yes, there are plenty of secure bike storage areas available for residents to use.
Clear out your room, pack up your belongings and leave the accommodation exactly as you found it. After that, hand back your fob/post box key when you check out and that’s that!
Oh yeah, and have fun over the summer break!
Unless you’re sharing your twin room with a friend, all our other room are single occupancy, and feature a private en-suite shower room.
You and your housemates are responsible for keeping your apartment clean, so we’d recommend keeping a rota in place when you move in. Any rubbish and recycling should be taken to the bin stores – collections are included as part of your licence fee.
The aparto team will take care of that, but please respect these living areas as much as you can, it makes life easier for us!
aparto properties are strictly non-smoking, but feel free to smoke outside of the building off-site.
Sure, you can live with your friends by choosing the same apartment when making your selection online. If you’re moving on your own and don’t know anyone, don’t worry; most students come on their own but make friends quickly once they’ve settled.
You can, just let us know which floor you’d prefer when you’re booking a flat.
Absolutely, aparto welcomes all sorts of visitors, though only one guest can stay in your room up to a maximum of 2 nights a week. While they’re here, you must be present the entire time and sign them in once they’ve arrived.
You are responsible for them. During their stay, they have to be signed in and out, and follow all aparto regulations while on the property.
By all means, we like seeing our residents having as much fun as possible, but please be considerate of other students living nearby, and be sure to clean up when it’s over.
We’d love to meet you! Please call us on +353 1 531 0330 or complete our tour booking form to book a viewing.
Please meet us at reception: Binary Hub, Bonham Street, Dublin 8, D08 R596
Usually about 30 minutes.
That’s fine, get in contact with us and we’ll make the appropriate adjustments.
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 a bedroom.
Yes, Wi-Fi is included as part of your rent, while your room also has a broadband connection.
Binary Hub’s communal lounge area has a TV, though residents are responsible for paying for the TV Licence themselves.
In the shared kitchen/lounge space you’ll find a microwave, hob and oven as well as a fridge/freezer and lots of storage.
However, residents need to bring along their own utensils, dishes, pots/pans and any other small appliances.
Unless it’s for storing prescribed medication, we can’t allow fridges to be kept in your room.
We don’t supply bedding, so be sure to bring along duvets, pillows, sheets and anything else that helps you get a good night’s sleep.
It’s easy, you’ll top up a laundry card/phone app with a PayPal account. Our laundry services are provided by Circuit.
Definitely, we love to see residents making themselves at home. Just be sure to return it back to its original state at the end of your tenancy.
Sorry, the licence fee will be due in August or if paying in instalments you can pay half in August and half in January.
Go for it – as long as it’s between the start and end of your tenancy, you can stay in your room whenever you want.
Please contact us to check availability.
We’re unable to change the licence dates once they’re set, sorry!