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The rooms are designed extremely well, there is more than enough storage space available and the drawers and wardrobe are very generous in size. The 3/4 bed was very comfy too! The doors sealed off noise quite well so you usually can't hear anything in the kitchen (unless you are next to it). The cleaner came in every week and did a good job. Sometimes the parcels would take a while to be sorted, and maintenance requests were not always completed. However overall it was fine. The internet is good when it works but it cuts out randomly and quite frequently, make sure you save everything! Overall i would say 4/5 stars, you won't be disappointed
A bit pricey but a spacious double bed room with large desk and en suite so not bad. Hall management is great with late open reception etc. Cleaners regularly clean the kitchen. Internet is fast enough to online game with very little to no lag. And made loads of mates so no social issues
Free wifi, lots of people in this building with eight floors, although other buildings (James Watt and Mary Sturge) have 17 or 18 floors, the views of Birmingham are amazing. We have a common room, sofas and TV downstairs. We have a cleaner and our kitchen and bathrooms get cleaned regularly. Bins are also cleaned often and campus is always tidy. On campus we have Canadian geese and a lake, which is beautiful especially in a large city. Rooms are very big and spacious, lots of shelves, lighting and plugs. I also have a double bed. Location is on campus so I can get to my lectures in less than 5 minutes and it's in the centre of the city, 5-10 minute walk from the Bullring. Plenty of shops and Tesco, library, shop Subway and Pubs on Campus to name a few. It's a small campus so everyone knows each other.