Accommodation is available in 6 charming residential villages offering a total of 2700 rooms, all equipped with Wi-Fi. Each village has its own distinct character and is located in an attractive landscaped environment. The modern complexes offer 1500 en suite rooms sharing a large kitchen/lounge area in each apartment and 900 standard rooms in comfortable houses. Full daily cleaning and self-catering service options are available to suit the budget for any event. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast delivered to the residence daily, which provides an opportunity for participants to stay and meet each other in a relaxed atmosphere of the apartment.
Cappavilla Village is an attractive apartment style complex located on the North Campus with 2/4/6 en suite bedrooms in each apartment and shared kitchen/living areas. Cappavilla Village is the perfect accommodatoin for international conferences.
The Quigley Residence
The Quigley Residence is on the North Campus of the University of Limerick. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Each room features an en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and free toiletries. White bed linen is included. The accommodation is equipped with a cable flat-screen TV. There is also a dining area and a kitchen equipped with an oven, a toaster, and a fridge. A stovetop and kettle are also offered. Microwave ovens are available on request.
Troy Village - Off Campus, is located in the Groody area of Castletroy which is a 15 minute walk to the main University of Limerick Campus. Each room has a double bed in an individual apartments with 3,5 and 6 bedrooms.
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