King’s College London, or King’s as it may fondly be known as, received its college university status in 1829. Established by King George IV, it is one of England’s oldest universities.
It has nine faculties split across five campuses in central and south London and prides itself on being part of the Russell Group of universities.
With Queen Elizabeth II as King’s patron, the university has many familiar names associated as alumni and former staff, such as Virginia Woolf, David Bellamy and Desmond Tutu.
Great Dover Street
165 Great Dover Street,
The student residence on Great Dover Street is ideally located for those looking to explore both the modern and historic elements of London. The area offers easy access to the City, Canary Wharf, Tate Modern and the Tower of London.
This energy efficient students’ residence, is a great location for those looking to explore both the modern and historic elements of London. It’s a short walk from the Tower of London as well as The Shard.
With Borough Underground being less than a ten minute walk and London Bridge Overground roughly 15 minutes away, the building is in a perfect public transport location.
Stamford Street Apartments
127 Stamford St,
Please note: Stamford Street will be undergoing significant refurbishment work in 2019/20. Residents should expect noise disruption as well as possible room moves.
Stamford Street Apartments can be found on the south bank of the River Thames.
You will be within walking distance to Covent Garden and London’s West End, so a fantastic location to all theatre fans.
The City of Westminster, with the Houses of Parliament, Queen Elizabeth’s Tower are an integral tourist location for any visitors to London and are only a 15 minute walk along Westminster Bridge.
The nearest stations are Waterloo and Southwark stations, which are roughly 5 minutes away on foot.
1-230 Moonraker Point,
One of King’s newest halls of residence, Moonraker Point is located in Southwark, which is the oldest part of South London.
Moonraker Point is within close walking distance of Borough Market, The Shard and Shakespeare’s Globe. Don’t forget to pop into the local pub, the George Inn, where Charles Dickens visited several times to write his classics.
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