Adelaide Square

Adelaide Square, Wood Street Whitefriar Street Dublin Dublin 2 • From $158 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Attached Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Indoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Adelaide Square is a secure gated development in the city centre consisting of one and two bedroom apartments and penthouses with a 24/7 Security Desk, a full Leisure centre and parking (charged). This complex comprises of three spacious buildings around a landscaped courtyard.

Situated in the heart of Dublin, supermarkets, shops, restaurants, entertainment and public transport are all close by. St Stephen’s Green park and shopping centre are only a 5 minute walk, along with Grafton Street, Dublin’s most prominent shopping area. Trinity College is a 10 minute walk. And the Luas – Green Line is a 5 minute walk serving Sandyford, Leopardstown and Cherrywood

Amenities

Fully Equipped Kitchen
24/7 Security Desk
Lift Access
Weekly Housekeeping
Dishwasher
Welcome Pack on Arrival
Laundry In-Unit
(FREE) High Speed Internet
Parking (charged)
Recycling Centre
Nespresso Coffee Machine

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Dublin has been a global city since the 800s AD, and while visitors might have to do some digging to see evidence of its Viking past, Dublin's rich history is apparent all around, from its medieval castle and cathedrals to the magnificence of the 18th century, when it was the most beautiful Georgian city in the Empire and its lavish public and private buildings reflected the status of its most affluent residents. How they came out of power is another story, one you learn in its museums and on its walking tours.

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