Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth, Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland and also the highest ranked. Its beautiful campus and central city centre location makes it a popular choice with students as well as visitors to Dublin. Famous literary alumni include Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and Samuel Beckett.
The School of Computer Science and Statistics is one of the largest Schools in the University with a community of 700 undergraduates, 480 postgraduates and in excess of 150 members of staff. It is ranked #1 in Ireland, in the top 25 in Europe, and in the top 100 worldwide.
This year, the University and our Conference Partners have both advised us that block-booking hotels in Dublin will result in higher rates than if conference attendees book directly with the hotel or through booking sites.
The JCSG organizers have instead decided to recommend a few different hotels within walking distance of the conference venue. If you're attending with a group, another more affordable option could also be Airbnb.
Trinity City Hotel
Four Stars, €216 per night (two occupants)
Right next to Trinity College, Dublin. About five minutes walk from the conference venue and very close to everything Dublin has to offer.
Web site: www.trinitycityhotel.com
Iveagh Garden Hotel
Four Stars, €187 per night (two occupants)
Near St Stephens Green, this hotel has an excellent reputation but is a little further from the conference venue, approximately 20 minute walk or tram ride.
Web site: iveaghgardenhotel.ie
O'Neills Victorian Pub
Three Stars, €229 per night (up to three occupants)
Five minute walk from the conference venue and right in the middle of the city centre.
Web site: oneillsdublin.com
Hilton Garden Inn
Three Stars, €229 per night (one or two occupants)
Just across the river Liffey, this hotel is an eight minute walk from the conference venue.
Web site: www.hilton.com/en/hilton-garden-inn/
The Draper Rooms
Three Stars, €144 per night (one or two occupants)
Lovely little boutique hotel about 13 minutes walk from the conference venue. Situated in a more quiet area but still very central.
Web site: www.draperrooms.com
Staycity Dublin Castle or Christchurch
Apartments, flexible number of occupants, price varies
A bit further away, but a good possibility for sharing, Staycity Aparthotels' Christchurch location is about 24 minutes walk from the conference venue; Dublin Castle is 22 minutes walk
Web site: www.staycity.com
Hostel, from €43 per night (dorm)
Many hostels in Dublin are located in very noisy neighbourhoods, but this one is an exception for those on a tight budget. Walking time to the conference venue is 12 minutes.
Web site: jacobsinn.com