Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592 and is the sole constituent college of The University of Dublin. The campus is located in the heart of Dublin city and is a short walk from shops, restaurants, bars, museums, cathedrals, Dublin Castle and most of the main tourist attractions.
Trinity College has a special accommodation rate for attendees of this conference at some Dublin City Centre hotels. Please contact the hotels yourself, as early as possible, as rates will be subject to availability. Hotel websites and contact emails are below. Please quote ‘Constructionism 2020 TCD’ when making your booking enquiries.
O’Callaghan Hotel group (three hotels are offering special rates; the Alex, the Davenport and the Mont): https://www.ocallaghancollection.com Contact email: Dublin.Reservations@ocallaghancollection.com
Conference accommodation will also be available on the university campus.
Indicative rates for rooms on campus are as follows.
Ensuite Single Room
Private single bedroom with attached bathroom, and access to a kitchen shared with a number of other rooms on the same floor. Rooms are located in a modern building on the main campus.
€94 per night
Ensuite Twin Room
Private bedroom with two single beds and attached bathroom. Rooms have access to a kitchen shared with a number of other rooms on the same corridor. Rooms are located in the Graduate Memorial Building, an historic building on the main campus.
€152 per night
Single Room in a Shared Apartment (Main Campus)
Private bedroom in an apartment shared with two or three other bedrooms. Apartments have kitchen, bathroom and sitting room. Apartments are located in residential areas on the main campus, either in Front Square or New Square.
€92 per night
Details for booking on campus accommodation to follow.
Dublin is well connected by air with direct flights to most major European cities, hubs in North America, and Dubai.