I am a professional living in Dublin with my wife and 4 young children. I have several accommodations with good number of rooms. I love to host people from all over the world.
El departamento de Fakir es una residencia estudiantil, esta cerca del aeropuerto pero no se conecta al mismo por transporte publico lo que te deja como unica opcion el taxi, Por lo demas es un buen lugar y no tenemos grandes quejas.
I really appreciated the warm welcome given to me at my arrival from Mr. Hossain's collaborators, the apartment was beautiful and new and the place was quite good (even if a little bit far from the centre of the city).
Everything was OK, Mr. Fakir Hossein was kind.
We have to mention Mr. Graiden: he was also helpful and kind and we have thank him everything.
The apartment was clean and comfortable, near to the supermarket and the bus stop.
It was a very clean, spacious place. Friendly host, hard to reach initially over the phone, but all went ok on the evening of arrival.
Good location for getting to the airport next morning if you have a car. The rooms are set up more to rent to college students longer term. The room and bath were comfortable but sparsely furnished. There were no towels provided, but since we were leaving early next morning to fly home, it wasn't too big a deal. We emailed our approximate arrival time, but the woman who answered the door didn't speak English and did not seem to be expecting us. Thankfully, there was a young woman cleaning next door who, though she seemed surprised to see us, was able to show us to our room. We never saw or met Fakir.
We were a family of 3 persons 2 . Fakir gave us a private room with private bath. The residence is a very good place for students and for those who wants to communicate in English with young people from other countries.
Of course there is no limit to perfection. This residence, you need a higher order. Unfortunately, students and guests from Africa is not always clean. And not always clean up after themselves in the kitchen.
Given that you can cook yourself living in a Fakir is very cheap.
Everyone who visits this residence is necessary to remember, that in no event cannot be left unattended money, documents, alcohol and expensive things because a lot of the visitors from poor families from Africa and Latin America.
Oh where to begin... The room was COMPLETELY bare aside from two small beds with sheets and blankets. There was one lightbulb hanging from the ceiling without a lampshade. There was one window on the roof with a brown paper bag taped on the glass to block out some of the sun (no curtain or real shade), which failed miserably. There are at least 10-15 people in about 5 rooms sharing two showers. "Breakfast" is pathetic. And there was no host or hostess to answer any of our questions. Any hostel is much better and cheaper than this place.
The original place I was supposed to stay in was full so I had to stay in the managers apartment with his family. It was a bit unorthodox but as I was travelling by myself it was fine. The room was clean and had a bathroom attached. It would've helped had there been towels though. Breakfast was good and more than enough. The place is easy to get to and there is a small supermarket nearby if needed. The family I was staying with were very kind and accommodating. Many thanks.
Nice welcome from Fakir and place. Even if it's not closed from city center, it's a place enjoyable to live a couple of days.
Very good and nice and cheap place to stay. Friendly and helpful host and people around. The rooms clean however having only basic furniture - beds and wardrobe (no chairs). No electric outlets in the bathrooms. A bit far from the town center but with good bus connection. They serve breakfasts - breakfast cereal, tosts, butter, milk, coffee.
Taxi from the airport - around 16 Euro. Our taxi driver had problems with finding the exact address.