|Lenton & Wortley Hall||#17|
|Gill Street North||#23|
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Adding TVs to social spaces would drastically increase the quality of the social spaces, don't even need a TV license, just a screen. A study room I am sure would be very much appreciated by students as well. Maintenance is excellent and so is customer service. I noticed when I first moved in, some of the staff at the reception were students and very stuck up, but they quickly disappeared and were replaced. Would definitely recommend this place.
Well priced for the area. Only a 10-12 min walk to the uni with Aldi and the Victoria Centre just up the road. Socially, it’s always a roll of the dice as to who ends up in your flat so it can go either way but as far as i’m aware the staff are very good at ensuring everyone is happy with their flat. You have to clean your own flat but that’s fairly standard. Walls are a bit on the lighter side so on some of the bigger nights, if you’re staying in i’d put your headphones in. It is University after all so anyone expecting a tranquil haven of silence maybe looking at the wrong place. In summary; Good Location Fairly Priced Extremely helpful staff
It's true in life you get what you pay for. Utterly useless staff that will lead you in circles and a horrible year in Nottingham to say the least. Do not stay here. My locked-up bike got stolen from inside the courtyard (no CCTV evidence), I was assaulted in the courtyard (no CCTV evidence), and further to this the area is generally to be avoided, with a shooting just 1 minute down the road earlier this year. Do not stay here.
Stayed at Vicky Hall last year, it was great. Great value for money. Amazing fresher reps, making the freshers week absolutely outstanding. Great, big rooms. Only downsides are that there's no cleaners and the internet is only free for 2 devices. Other than that - great uni halls experience. Private Sector is just as good as uni-owned halls!