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New hall near University of Manchester
Everything is brand new!
Smart TVs, great social spaces & grab and go breakfast
It's a 10 minute walk to the University of Manchester
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DO NOT MOVE HERE!!! If you want no social life and no friends this is the halls for you. Disappointed since moving in, most flats are full of international students that do not speak just stay in there rooms constantly. The room was dirty when I moved in, single beds vey uncomfortable. NO STORAGE I could only fit coats in the wardrobe, bathrooms are dated, window only opens a crack, dirty curtains and carpet, and plug in wifi. ONLY ONE BLOCK HAS ACCESS TO A LIFT, no help moving in was a nightmare! As well as this the kitchen has no windows, dirty hobs and horrible furniture nothing like the pictures shown on the website. Countless spotting of rats,mice,bed bugs and even burglars! Only good thing is the reception people these are extremely friendly and helpful. Best advice would be to move to followfield!!!!
During my year at Weston my flat was subject to bedbugs and mice, with rats running around the exterior of the building. There’s also no wifi, just ethernet that most macs don’t have a port for so you have to splash out on an adapter (which will definitely be sold out for a week or so) just to connect. Overall a fair bit of money for a small bedroom, mice, grimy bathrooms and depressing, dark kitchens. Also worth saying there’s one lift that can only be used to access one of the blocks. For the others, e.g. me on the 5th floor at the very rear of the building, it takes a solid 5 minutes to get from the main entrance to your flat.
If when choosing a hall for your first year at Uni you want zero social life and perhaps the development of depression... Weston Hall is the place to be! Not only will you enjoy 2 minute conversations per day with your flatmates whom will go to the kitchen to grab food then scurry back into their rooms to eat it...but also EVERYONE keeps there doors completely shut and really adds to a prison corridor kind of feel. -On a serious note it is very depressing. When I imagined first year in halls I thought people would be sociable and often come into my room for a conversation. On my first day I left my door completely open so that people could pop in and say hello. No one did, so I just presumed the 7 other people hadn't moved in yet. When the only other non-international student in my flat did come and say hello she informed me to my horror that there actually were 7 other people in the flat right now. Although comfortable living don't come here at all if you want to socialise.
don't understand the bad reputation weston hall has. the location is amazing, sure it's overpriced for the quality but uni/arndale/gym/good clubs and other amenities are super close by. flat cleaner is reliable and our bins are taken out every morning, rooms are about average size and mattresses are v cosy. red core is modern n refurbished w induction hobs etc. and new common room layout. there's 24-hour security done by actual professionals, reception is lovely and the halls are very clean. a big downside is that there's no wifi but the intranet is very speedy. you /can/ meet people who are up for the sesh too, my friend transferred here also so she could be with her friends (us). overall good quality for first years esp if you're doing an engineering subject since everything is on your doorstep. justice4weston lol
As someone who has previously been to university and experienced halls of varying quality prior to my stay at Weston, I must say that the reviews are disproportionately harsh. The accomodation has security (cameras and actual security on the premises), 24-hour residents who are actual staff (not 2nd or 3rd year students like many unis get to do the job on the cheap instead), working facilities (lifts, appliances, Internet (although there is no wifi)), halls are always clean and orderly (trash is taken out daily from the communal bins in the flats (no trash lying in corridors, again like many other accomodations)), en-suites, decent location (although you will spend much time walking around to get to shops, there are two bus stands adjacent to the building for the 147 which is free for students), vending machines inside the building, spacious social areas for each flat, large kitchens, etc. I don't know anybody at UoM who isn't envious of my accommodation and theirs are rated higher.
The location is basically perfect. Close to most parts of the uni (especially the engineering buildings) and really close to all areas of the city centre. The rooms are a bit small, but they are perfect for first years!
I love my flat, personally, however each flat seems to be very different (as in some are much better than others), ours is great, but then other people are paying the same money as us and have a rubbish common room/ kitchen.
Highly international, disappointed this wasn't expressed on line as they tended to stick together and make it less social. I'm a first year and put in a flat of 8 with only 2 other first years and being the only UK person in my flat doesn't help me socially to make friends as third year students are gone a year later and already have their friends therefore not very sociable disappointed in the lack of common sense of this matter
A great city centre location with generally really nice residents. Whilst it's not in amongst the busy buzz of Fallowfield or Victoria Campus it's ideally situated right next to a good mix of bars and clubs; factory, fifth and Joshua Brooke's are literally on the doorstep. Most residents are international but the social side of living here is good. Overall, not a bad hall to be living in for first year despite the reasonably high cost.
The common room is so defunct of facilities that no one really goes there. However we are very close to the city and the train stations and in walking distance to the uni. We are also very close the clubs. However this halls is where many of the international students are so it is rather a pick and mix of how good your flat relationship is.
The hall is horrendously overpriced for the quality of the accommodation. The kitchen was disgusting with snails in the windows and mice from the day we moved in and the rooms were tiny compared to other, lower priced halls. In my flat at least all but one of the other rooms were occupied by apparently non-existent people who seemed to never leave there rooms. I eventually ended up having to go on nights out with people either from different flats or from only my course. The only positive aspect of this hall is its location where both city centre and uni were nearby.