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Very sociable hall, and I really like the way it's organised with its committee. Big rooms with double beds and clean bathrooms. Common room could be better and food could definitely be improved but overall it's a great hall.
I stayed in Ramsay Hall for a UCL Summer School. As the accommodation was free, I cannot really comment about the rent. Although the accommodation felt old and tired, it was clean and comfortable enough. The bathrooms were alright; for me, the worst thing about the bathroom was the dirty and sometimes overflowing toilets. Many of my peers also disliked the push-buttons to operate the showers. Despite this, I actually had fun in Ramsay Hall. Its central location was useful and the social life was excellent. I became really good friends with most of the people that I shared halls with. However, Ramsay Hall has one main downfall: food. If you have an allergy, then I would advise you to steer clear. I am lactose intolerant and they continually presented me with meals that I could not eat. I did eat some food, though; if you're looking for edible food, Ramsay Hall isn't the place. Overall, Ramsay Hall has great social life, but the food is rubbish. Think carefully before you stay there.
Managing to be simultaneously a party hall yet awkwardly shy, Ramsay Hall is about as London as you can get. It's a lot of money for what you get but I do appreciate the location- never in my life will I manage to live this central again.