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I would strongly suggest to set a switch of the aisle right next to the bed. Because the light above the bed are too bright!!! I rarely turn it on, especially at night, when I try to read before sleep. I prefer the aisle light instead of the bedside lamp because it’s warmer. And I really don’t like the auto bathroom light. I prefer a physical switch. When I go to the toilet on 3am, I really don’t want to turn it on. I know it’s convenient for someone but at least I would like an extra option. I would say one heater is definitely not enough for winter. But I know someone don’t use it correctly which cause a lot of damage easily. I’ll suggest get an extra heater but can be controlled by the apartment instead of residents. I just wanna say that this issue is priority, more important than the light. I don’t want to live in a 180pound/ week room without enough warm on winter.
One thing that I've surely admired about the accomodation is that how friendly the staff members are! Probably one of the best experience so far. Also, the rooms are massive without a doubt with a beautiful terrace to enjoy some mental peace!
The apartment experience is very good. In the same price range, the area of the apartment is the largest. Cost-effective. It just feels that two heaters can be installed in the room, and one heater may not be able to keep warm in winter.
City Heights apartments is a fantastic place for students. The management members are kind and good behaviour they do as the best as possible to help the students. Let alone they are open-minded and patient people. The cleaning service is good as well as internet service. What attracted me to this place is the area you can find everything you want in a few steps. However, If you are a new student and looking for a home, I strongly advise you to become a resident in City Heights Apartment.
I have nothing bad to say about this building. Lovely rooms and building overall, the residents and employees are always kind and helpful. Only query is sometimes the wifi can disconnect and play up for a few hours at a time
I came to study in Cardiff and when it came to choose a place to live I was looking for a studio flat so I could have my own privacy. City Heights is great for that, big studio apartments with everything you need! The location is also great although noise because it's located to a busy street. Besides that it's important to mention that the manager Jo is just flawless!
The rooms are amazing, very large with loads of storage space! The location is ideal for me as it’s close to both the hospital where I am based, as well as being close to the city centre. During the pandemic, the social sides of uni have been restricted due to the closures of the social areas, however when these were open they were great! I’m sure once things are open again it’ll be great. The management of the building is great, with good communication between staff and residents.
Even the smallest studio is huge with your own kitchen and living area with sofa, it's totally different to the other local accommodation. Roof Terrace has lovely views and the common space is a good mix of fun and social spaces.