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Well-equipped hall near Nottingham Trent
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Sandby accommodation may not seem like the best option, but it contains all the necessity's which is basically the same as byron and hampden building, but it is the best value for money. If you really like to go crazy during the whole year for the nightlife, I do suggest going to hampden, They are known to be another breed of people for it. Byron is so expensive, and we have found that they have everything the same but just a little nicer, but as a student I found that it isn't worth that extra bit of money just for accommodation. Living in sandby can seem like a lot living with 25 other people, but with 2 kitchens and the fact that not everyone is in there and cooking it won't feel like it's a lot.
Sandby is an overpriced dump but you do it for the experience and fun of living with 12 people and hell is it worth it for 1st year!!!, currently live with 4 lads all of whom i was at Sandby with in 1st year. The beds are appauling however and if you are tall (i'm 6ft 4) good luck to you fitting in the single beds let alone if you have company...... Noisy halls to be in as life is one big party here so if you are not comfortable with that then look elsewhere however you would be missing out on a unique student halls experience!!!
great halls for socialising. big flats of 20. Good value for money aswell and located right next to uni and the city centre. well managed. not the quietest place to live due to lots of people predrinking but definitely a fun place to live.
I did experience a fair few problems living here, but I think those problems could have been the same in any of the uni halls. Choose first or second floor of suggested! If I could go back and do it again, I would still chose Sandby. The large flats and access throughout the building allowed us to mingle a lot and access all the flats without a lock. I think this makes Sandby one of the most sociable halls and it was great fun!
The amount of space in the kitchen is far to small for so many people. The corridors have a bad smell. Security is poor it's easy for people to walk into the corridor as you only need a key for the main entrance not individual flats