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Print Hall I & II

What are the top reasons for choosing Print Hall I & II?

We spoke to The Student Housing Company to find out more:

1. It’s exclusively for University of Bristol students and only a 26-minute stroll to the campus.
2. Everything you need is right on your doorstep, including Cabot Circus and the Bristol Temple Meads train station.
3. There’s a lively common room which is kitted with a flat-screen tv and pool table and an outdoor courtyard for you to enjoy.
4. You’ll have access to the fully equipped on-site gym, exclusively for residents.
5. You’ll benefit from having an on-site maintenance team, laundry facilities, bike storage, and high-speed wifi.
6. There’s a range of social events for you to join. 

Rooms:

The rooms at  Print Hall I & II were designed with University of Bristol students in mind and feature everything needed for a comfortable stay. You can opt for an en-suite room in a shared flat with 8-13 other students, which gives you the benefit of having a social experience with your own private space. Alternatively, you can choose one of the studio options which are kitted out with all the essentials.

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Print Hall I & II

What are the top reasons for choosing Print Hall I & II?

We spoke to The Student Housing Company to find out more:

1. It’s exclusively for University of Bristol students and only a 26-minute stroll to the campus.
2. Everything you need is right on your doorstep, including Cabot Circus and the Bristol Temple Meads train station.
3. There’s a lively common room which is kitted with a flat-screen tv and pool table and an outdoor courtyard for you to enjoy.
4. You’ll have access to the fully equipped on-site gym, exclusively for residents.
5. You’ll benefit from having an on-site maintenance team, laundry facilities, bike storage, and high-speed wifi.
6. There’s a range of social events for you to join. 

Rooms:

The rooms at  Print Hall I & II were designed with University of Bristol students in mind and feature everything needed for a comfortable stay. You can opt for an en-suite room in a shared flat with 8-13 other students, which gives you the benefit of having a social experience with your own private space. Alternatively, you can choose one of the studio options which are kitted out with all the essentials.

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my friend and I joked it was a literal prison. they lock the doors to each end of the corridor and you can't access other floors (I presume for security reasons) but it means you are confined to your own room basically unless you go down into the common area, which is dead most of the time. I made one friend on my corridor and that was only because we met outside when the fire alarm went off. Apart from that I met none of my neighbours the entire year I was there. I made better friends with the guys working at the desk when I got parcels. It's NOTHING like how you imagine student halls to be. It was very isolating and I spent most of my time out which made it an incredible waste of money. Speaking of money, it's an extortionate amount for what you get, considering it's pretty much impossible to make friends if you're in a studio like I was (it was late when I applied so I had no choice). I really wouldn't go for this place unless you're a certified hermit who loves loneliness. sorry:/
Covid-19: They put up signs informing us about the outbreak before I left to go isolate at home, but I haven't been living there while lockdown was implemented, so don't have any info on it since then.

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By member1347606
On 29th April 20

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Student Review: 3 /5
By On 29th April 20

my friend and I joked it was a literal prison. they lock the doors to each end of the corridor and you can't access other floors (I presume for security reasons) but it means you are confined to your own room basically unless you go down into the common area, which is dead most of the time. I made one friend on my corridor and that was only because we met outside when the fire alarm went off. Apart from that I met none of my neighbours the entire year I was there. I made better friends with the guys working at the desk when I got parcels. It's NOTHING like how you imagine student halls to be. It was very isolating and I spent most of my time out which made it an incredible waste of money. Speaking of money, it's an extortionate amount for what you get, considering it's pretty much impossible to make friends if you're in a studio like I was (it was late when I applied so I had no choice). I really wouldn't go for this place unless you're a certified hermit who loves loneliness. sorry:/

Covid-19: They put up signs informing us about the outbreak before I left to go isolate at home, but I haven't been living there while lockdown was implemented, so don't have any info on it since then.

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Student Review: 3 /5
By On 29th April 20

my friend and I joked it was a literal prison. they lock the doors to each end of the corridor and you can't access other floors (I presume for security reasons) but it means you are confined to your own room basically unless you go down into the common area, which is dead most of the time. I made one friend on my corridor and that was only because we met outside when the fire alarm went off. Apart from that I met none of my neighbours the entire year I was there. I made better friends with the guys working at the desk when I got parcels. It's NOTHING like how you imagine student halls to be. It was very isolating and I spent most of my time out which made it an incredible waste of money. Speaking of money, it's an extortionate amount for what you get, considering it's pretty much impossible to make friends if you're in a studio like I was (it was late when I applied so I had no choice). I really wouldn't go for this place unless you're a certified hermit who loves loneliness. sorry:/

Covid-19: They put up signs informing us about the outbreak before I left to go isolate at home, but I haven't been living there while lockdown was implemented, so don't have any info on it since then.

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Student Review: 2 /5
By On 5th January 20

In a good location, however rooms are very pricey compared to other similar halls. WiFi hardly works in the new block, when it does it is incredibly slow. No proper oven, small microwave/oven which can hardly fit oven trays into. Tiny fridge freezer can just about fit a weeks shop in, freezer can only fit 2 items max.

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Student Review: 2 /5
By On 13th November 18

Not a great place to live

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