Over 3,400 Ukrainian refugees could be without accommodation in six weeks time, as temporary contracts expire.
However some hotel contracts will be extended, according to the Integration Minister.
The Irish Independent reports that the state currently has over 300 contracts with hotels, B&Bs, arenas and religious institutes.
Minister Roderic O'Gorman says a number of potential solutions will be presented at a cabinet committee on Ukraine.
Meanwhile, migrant rights group Nasc says the government should allow Ukrainian refugees to access the Housing Assistance Payment so they can find their own accommodation.
It says refugees can only claim rent supplement, but they won't qualify for that if they're working full-time.