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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Daytime staff are lovely and helpful. I spent the past year living there as a student, and then stayed over summer. I'll miss Clayhill. Well worth the stay either as a term time student, or if you're just stuck for somewhere to stay over summer. Thanks for everything Clayhill, Josh.

Clayhill Hall, Kingston, London

This is a perfect place when in London. Very nice and modern. Clean, breakfast all you can eat buffet and dinner was very economic and delicious. Near St Pancras and King Cross so next time I am in London this is the place. Love it!

The Garden Halls, Kings Cross, London

Very clean and spacious. There were 2 showers and 2 toilets between 5 single bedrooms so wasn't queing. Kitchen fully equipped. People very friendly and helpful. Most impressed.

Merifield Annex, Oxford

Student accommodation is basic and this is what we got. The facilities were very good. Everyone knew what to do an the overall experience was good/excellent.

Lincoln College, Oxford

Nice room, spacious and clean - more comfortable than some 5 star hotels I have stayed in. Easy booking, friendly staff. Excellent Value.

King's College, Cambridge

First time I've used University Rooms and from this experience I will be using them in the future and recommending them to colleagues.

John Dodgson House, Kings Cross, London

Modern, clean and spacious facilities. Exceptionally helpful manager. About a ten minute walk to the city center.

Résidence Le Campus, Troyes (long stays)

Lovely room. Very clean, staff were great and location was perfect. Thanks!

The William R Miller Building (St Edmund Hall), Oxford

I would definitely consider making a similar booking in the future.

Trinity Hall, Cambridge
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