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7 Central Point Reviews
Even though living here is so expensive, they are definitely the most modernised and well decorated halls I have been in. The common room is well equipped with sofas, pool tables and TVs and the staff in the reception are very friendly and helpful. The bedrooms are very spacious with big windows and very high ceilings but it would be nice to have a bigger pin board. Having sofas in the living area/kitchen is really nice for chilling with just your flatmates and living right in the town centre has the perks of all of the shops being nearby. Would recommend these halls if you can afford it!
In the middle of Plymouth, 5 minute walk from the gorgeous hoe. Rooms are spacious, the ensuites feel like a pod but at least you get one! Unite do lots of activities in the common room. Great feel, glad I stayed here :-) cheaper than most uni Accomdation!
I have no idea why you would want to stay here other than the location. They keep your deposit months after you have left. You have to be very lucky to make friends in there as its so quiet. Staff are nice, but customer services are woeful when needed.
The staff themselves and the building is great, I've been living there with my girlfriend and they've always been friendly and when things needed fixing they were quick, usually took a day or 2 before they came depending on how urgent it was. Girlfriend also snapped her swipe card and they called someone over to get us into our studio and get her a new key within 30 minutes and didn't charge us, which is also great. Though it's through no fault of the staff themselves, taking parcels is an issue. There's only ever one person on reception and if they have to show someone around, are on lunch, or have to do anyything, they can't accept parcels so you'll have to order far in advance and not rely on it coming on the day it's supposed to. Along with this, they don't have anyone on reception on the weekends or after 5pm unless maintenance come in for some reason (Unlikely they'll be at the front desk) so you need to work around that. Also, the internet goes down a lot (Studentcom suck)