Got questions about Charles Morris Hall?
Your question will be answered by current students.
|Ellerslie Global Residence||#1|
|Charles Morris Hall||#3|
|St Mark's Residences||#4|
|James Baillie Park||#5|
|Mary Morris House||#8|
|Henry Price Residences||#9|
|North Hill Court||#10|
|Brunel University London||#7|
|University of St Andrews||#8|
|University of Exeter||#9|
|University of Leeds||#11|
|University of Bath||#14|
|University of Edinburgh||#15|
|University of Glasgow||#16|
Join StudentCrowd, Like us on Facebook
How do you rate
Charles Morris Hall?
Got questions about
Charles Morris Hall?
Read Charles Morris Hall Reviews
Great location, so close to everything on campus. Kitchen facilities are great and very convenient having washing machine and dryer in the kitchen. However I found it very difficult to bond with fellow residents due to being put in a kitchen with 4 2nd years at the end of the corridor who understandably didn’t want to socialise with 1st years. My floor had a large group of people from the same area who either knew each other or had mutual friends so weren’t interested in socialising with anyone else. The fob only giving you access to your own kitchen and floor limited how much you can meet other people.
Nice halls, cleaned frequently and with good kitchen facilities. The rooms feel small at first but they're actually really well furnished and the en suite is one of the best choices I made in first year. The people were nice on the whole, and always up for a laugh and a drink. Major issue was the lack of quiet periods. It was almost always possible to hear people in other rooms and, because of the amount of parties and pre-drinks hosted all over the building, it meant that getting to bed or doing any work until well after midnight almost impossible, for the entire time I was there. The warden staff often said they would assist and did not, and if they did go to a room to ask them to stop any noise it rarely helped.
Tiny room but the kitchen/living room is the largest one I have ever seen in all the students accommodation. The night staff are nice and helpful. Although during the 39 weeks our corridor had the toilet leaking problem for 6 times and could never feel the heater in the kitchen working, it was still a lovely stay.
Great, fun and amazing place to spend first year - couldn't have imagined starting uni anywhere else. Great access to campus; food is good and the gym facilities / easy access into town top it off. Plus, you're living in a hall that is designed to host conferences over summer - and has a 4* rating, so it's pretty damn good!
These halls swayed me for how sleek and modern they are - both the bedrooms/en suites and living areas are all kitted out to a really high standard. However, considering what you pay for them it's probably not worth it for the amount of space you get. Also, although they look nice, the halls really don't have a very comfortable feel. I didn't get on with the majority of my flat mates and felt quite isolated from meeting other people as your fobs don't give you access to any other floors/kitchens than your own. This was made worse by being in the flat right at the end of the corridor. Felt more like living in a hotel than in halls, not great at all for social experience - especially if you're a slightly quieter person and don't get on with your own flatmates.
Feels like a hotel! Amazing top quality room right in the heart of campus- it couldn't be easier in first year! Although, the food at the refectory isn't great but for someone who couldn't cook at all in first year, its just what I needed!