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Accommodation in London
North Gower offers shared rooms & flats
Prime location, fully furnished with laundry facilities
Only a 9-minute walk to UCL
|Features||Bike Storage, Onsite Grocery Store, Daytime Only|
|Price from||£234.00 per week (subject to availability)|
(subject to availability)
Read Nido West Hampstead Reviews
First I wanted to say that rooms are really expensive considering what is offered, images are photoshopped. You could get a larger and better place for the same price/cheaper in the same region. The "gym" is literally just to insert it in their bio, it is barely 9sqm and has a 1 treadmill and a yoga mattress, just a reminder that Nido has over 250 residents... The Wifi is strong but isn’t practical for other devices such as consoles, printers... They also didn’t inform anyone that there are daily construction workers that work everyday from 7am until 5pm. The sound is unbearable so online studying(most of the courses) is impossible. The workers are literally at the window so privacy is not included in the 300pounds/week fee. For studios, the exact same rooms with the exact same prices have sometimes different sizes, features, and equipments. It is impossible to properly cook because the ventilation system barely works and windows do not open. But staff is friendly.
Nido West hampstead is the worst accommodation in London. The way they have treated students during the Pandemic of Covid-19 is completely unacceptable! They pack our belongings without our consent while we travelled back to our own countries due to Covid-19 and we are still having contract with them. We have to pay for thousands of pounds of rental and refuse to give us a refund at this time. All they care about is money, not the safety and security of its residents at this terrifying time. We are having lock down at our own countries and unable to travel back to London therefore we are ask to pay for 300 pound for storage and shipping. The worst accommodation in London
The way they have treated students during the Pandemic is completely unacceptable! They plan on taking our belongings to a storage facility in Reading, making the rooms we have paid for (thousands of pounds) unavailable to us; and refuse to give us a refund at this time. All they care about is money, not the safety and security of its residents at this terrifying time. I am ashamed by the way they have acted. They don't even reply to emails and the phone line disconnects when you select option 2 (calls about your residence). Its shameful.
Covid-19: NOT ATALL. In fact they have actively put lives at risk, broken contract several times and are not responding to any communication.
The only good thin is the wifi. Window was broken. Alarm went off in the middle of the night, and turned off minutes later. If there ever was a real fire, everybody would probably just died, because we never knew it was a real alarm or just caused by somebody's terrible cooking skills.
Covid-19: Very poorly!! They are doing maintenance work and people have to move to other rooms while they are fixing the ventilations. I don't understand why this has to be done during a pandemic. Further, people who still stayed there are not receiving any parcels anymore.
I lived there for 5 months, it was great experience. The building is new and so quite and clean, and the Gym my favorite. The management is great and helpful on 24 hours, Tom the manager is really nice guy and give the assistance you need, he took care of the building and the students really well. You can mark my word, it's one of the best places in Bournemouth.