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Overall the stay here is dependent on the room they give you. Noise at night is an issue with seagulls, plumbing and boiler all making sound. On one occasion construction work took place at 2am so could hear hammering loudly.
My experience with Trinity Court has been a mixed bag. The location is excellent, except for football game days when the streets are flooded with people. That's not enough to knock a star off of the location, though, since it really is great. It's honestly one of the only things I liked about the flat. The biggest downside is the noise. Some of it seems near-constant on weekends and nights. The central office rents out the building in the courtyard during these times for parties and gatherings, forgetting the fact that the awful noise from this will be an inconvenience to nearly every single building. As a postgrad student, it was incredibly frustrating to have to deal with this nuisance on top of a busy schedule. If I hadn't run out of room, I'd go into detail on the ineffective and, once again, NOISY cleaning crews. And the maintenance team that never actually fixed two big issues, despite repeated visits. The mouldy bathrooms, poor quality appliances, and cheap furniture don't help.
I moved to Trinity Court in September 2018 with 2 friends I met when I came to uni in Aberdeen and we have already rebooked for next year. The flats are unlike any student halls I have been in, they are spacious and very well decorated, with a dishwasher and washing machine and dryer in every flat. There was a small issue when we move dingo the flat but Karen, the property manager and Alana, the assistant property manager along with their huge team of maintenance staff fixed the issue within 4 days, and were even kind enough to offer us vouchers for the inconvenience. Any time we have had a query, the girls have been extremely quick in answering, whether it is by email or face to face in the office. Ardmuir as a company are so student orientated and help you personally, you don’t feel like you’re just another number in a huge country wide corporation. I would say this was primarily for 2nd year above as you share a kitchen and a bathroom, so it is more intimate that some student halls.
Trinity court offeres great value for money. Location is absolutely superb, it’s very close to student sport village and the Uni of Aberdeen, also close to city center. The room are very cozy and nice, they feel like being at home. Kitchen is fully equipped (no extra spending for pottery), and building has a very nice green area in the center. Price is very competitive and makes great value / price ration (you get much more comparing to other nearby accommodation for a very reasonable price). Community is very friendly, there is a common room that can be used for movie nights, hanging out. The management and the staff are super prompt and friendly in solving any problem you might have.
Its been a home away from home. It is safe, quiet just 5 mins away from the main campus (if walking). The rooms are well furnished likewise the kitchen (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, pots and pans, electric iron with ironing board, so much more). The cleaners do a very good job. Its PERFECT.