The University of Westminster offers visitors the ability to book summer accommodation in their rooms located across central London. The student residences are available to the public as self-catered visitor accommodation during the holidays as the students are away.
Originally founded as the Royal Polytechnic in 1838, the University of Westminster was awarded university status in 1992. The headquarters of the university and its original campus can be found in Regent Street.
Marylebone Hall boasts a fabulous location, close to a variety of attractions including Madame Tussauds and Regents Park. Baker Street is the nearest tube station, so who knows, you might even spot Sherlock Holmes!
Wigram House is found in Westminster, and is a late Victorian mansion block, with many of the original features still in tact. Home to Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar Square amongst many others, Westminster’s concentration of historic landmarks and visitor attractions is one of the highest in London.
Alexander Fleming House can be found in an area of London diverse in its culture and atmosphere, attracting artists and designers as well as large financial institutions and banks. Close by are the colourful markets of the East End as well as more traditional tourist sights.
Another great central London location, International House is found south of the river in Waterloo. The Imperial War Museum, the London Aquarium and the South Bank are all close by, and Westminster is just a short walk over the bridge. This area of London is an ideal place to stay for visitors to London, whatever the reason for your visit.
Positioned slightly further away from the hustle and bustle of central London, Harrow is the ideal base for both escaping from and getting to the centre of London. Wembley Stadium is not far away either. Harrow Hall itself has a variety of rooms on offer, and is lots of green open spaces can be found nearby.