Shanowen Apartments (Campus Accommodation)
AddressShanowen Road SantrySee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
With free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, the self-catering Shanowen Holiday Apartments are situated in Santry, which is north of Dublin's city centre. The main bus route from Dublin Airport to the city centre is just at the end of the road, offering easy access to both.
Each apartment has a modern kitchen with a tiled floor, fully equipped with a fridge, microwave, and dining area. TVs are not provided, but can be requested prior to arrival – and there are cable points so you can access a wide range of channels.
An on-site laundry complex is available for guests to use. Shanowen Holiday Apartments is a short walk from the DCU sports complex, with a gym, pool, spa and sauna open to the public.
The apartments are also close to Omni Shopping Centre, with over 60 shops, including Tesco. Guests can also go to an 11-screen cinema, and try one of over 10 restaurants. Dublin city centre is 1 hour's walk away.
A refundable security deposit of EUR 100 per apartment is required at check in.
Payment is on arrival at the hotel.
A mobile phone number will be provided to guests for use outside of office hours. Office hours are between 10:00 and 18:00.
Shanowen Apartments (Campus Accommodation) is a self-catering accommodation located in Santry. Free WiFi access is available. The property is 1.4 km from Beaumont Hospital.
There is a full kitchen with a microwave and a refrigerator. Private bathroom also comes with a shower. Extras include a desk. At Shanowen Apartments (Campus Accommodation) you will find a shared kitchen and a mini-market. Other facilities like a shared lounge are offered. The property offers free parking.
Dublin Airport is located 4 km from the property.
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