The London School of Economics (LSE) is located in Westminster, central London, and is considered one of the world’s lead institutions for social sciences and management. LSE offers comfortable and affordable bed and breakfast and self-catered visitor accommodation predominately during the vacation periods. The halls of residence can be found in a variety of locations throughout central London, all close to transport links, so are the ideal accommodation solution, whatever the reason for your stay.
Bankside House is the perfect base for those looking to soak up some culture on London’s bustling South Bank. Located just minutes away from Shakespeare's famous Globe Theatre, this is the perfect destination to experience Shakespeare's work in it’s original form. Alternatively, the Tate Modern can be found just over the road from the accommodation, and houses the UK’s collection of modern and contemporary art from 1900 to the present day. The building used to be the Bankside Power Station and re-opened as the Tate Modern in 2000. Bankside House used to house the offices for the power station and was converted into a student residence in 1995.
Passfield Hall and Carr-Saunders Hall are both located in leafy Bloomsbury, ideal for the West End and all of the main attractions central London has to offer. The British Museum and British Library are only a short walk away, as is Charlotte Street, one of London’s most famous eating destinations.
Clerkenwell is where you will find Rosebery Hall, near to the vibrant Angel district. The Sadler’s Wells Theatre can be found opposite the residence, and Upper Street, home to many lively bars, restaurants a markets, is just a five minute walk away.