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October 30, 2019 by Jason Mitchell

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The Dublin Institute of Technology is now officially part of Technology University Dublin, which was formed in 2019 as part of an amalgamation with two other technology institutions. Despite its youth, Technology University Dublin is the second-largest largest university in the Republic of Ireland, attracting almost 30,000 students annually.

With so many people attending the university, demand for the various types of student accommodation Dublin has to offer is high. To avoid missing out on your preferred option, it is best to start searching as early as possible and to book your housing in advance, which is precisely where Student Pavilion can be of service to you. – Explore Student Accommodation in Dublin


Student Pavilion is a fast-growing, cutting edge accommodation portal, which is aimed at students and property listers seeking student renters. It is unique in offering a subscription-type model to landlords, letting agents and accommodation operators across the UK and Ireland, while also using the latest virtual reality technology.

By adopting this approach, we are able to offer a wider range of housing options, including properties in popular areas of Dublin, such as Temple Bar, Portobello and Warrenmount. Virtual reality tours then allow you to actually experience these properties before you commit to either a physical visit, or an online booking.

Our service prioritises the customer experience, with communication tools being built into the platform, along with the ability to arrange in-person viewings. Listings also include high-quality images and videos, allowing you to make more informed decisions, while options can be sorted based on room type, distance from the university and rent costs.


Register and Book Dublin Institute of Technology Accommodation


With Student Pavilion, everything can be completed and signed online, just like a credit agreement. This helps to eliminate unnecessary and time-consuming paperwork, allowing for a far more efficient booking process. You can even pay your deposit online and doing so results in the immediate pre-booking of your chosen accommodation.

The service is free for student users, with no hidden costs along the way. The rooms and student houses to rent Dublin has to offer start from just £70 per week, and users booking with us save an average of £250 per tenancy.

Every property advertised on our platform is required to meet strict quality standards, and all bookings are also protected by a 24-hour free cancellation policy, with a full refund if you do change your mind within that time. So why not register for your free account, find your ideal Dublin student accommodation and then book it online?