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The circumstance is quiet and beautiful, but the transport is not convenient enough for me. There is only an Overground Station with no Underground Station. The location is far from Chinatown, so many Chinese restaurants are not able to deliver.
The staff (Anna) are extremely friendly and welcoming! Having moved from an area that isn’t close to London, it was quite comforting to have someone like Anna there on weekdays! The building itself is nice. The location is brilliant.
It is a good experiece there. There are a lot of students from different collleges and our accommodation always hold some activities for us and we have good opportunity to chat with each other. For example, we always hold quiz meeting, we can learn a lot of knowledge about music, art, science etc. All in all, it is a good experience there.
It is a really nice place to live. Even in this tough year the staff here is really helpful. The location is convenient , just 1 minute walk to Imperial Wharf Station. We also have social activities online to meet new friends. Believe me, you will have a good student living experience here!
New Orient House staff are really lovely and helpful, everywhere is usually very tidy and clean. It's so colourful and lively, and there's a lot of opportunity to do quizzes and such with other people living here. The vibe is so friendly and nice, I love it!
New orient house is one of the best places for Imperial Students with excellent location and property management. Anna is really a dutiful staff and always tries her best to doing work which often makes her too late to go home.
it is such a nice student accommodation that i enjoy so much for all the time i spending here! the accommodation is beautiful and clean. what’s more we have so many activities like sharing activities in terms of special food from different countries, which makes very good atmosphere.
Although the life of studying abroad was difficult for me during the epidemic, I am still very happy to live in the new orient house. 1. The location is very quiet, located in a wealthy area. Although there is a certain distance from the empire, the quality of life here completely exceeds the value of the cost of accommodation. 2. During the epidemic, I didn't have many social activities except with my schoolmates, but the dormitory administrators Anna and Paula can always give me some encouragement and suggestions. When I first arrived here, I felt very confused. They were very serious about helping me arrange my life. And there have been several times when I came back from school late, Anna or Paula will always communicate with me about the problems I encountered recently. I was really happy to be able to chat with her. 3. There are no mice here, it should be a very important 4.through Anna's introduction, I made many new friends. It is the most precious thing during the epidemic.
staff are hardly ever there; even though they are supposed to be there at least 8.00-16.00 on weekdays, but they are not which makes it very difficult to get parcels once they have been delivered if you are not in at midday. When I arrived I was told there would be freshers events in a couple weeks then never told anything more about them. I don't know the other students in my flat as we never bump into each other, and are all at different unis. I did book my room when it was at a discount and compared to other halls it is great value, especially considering the location and that it has recently been refurbished.
This is for flatt Road not Harris, the search couldn't find it My accommodation was a shared house on flatt Road . It had 2 bathrooms. One upstairs and one downstairs. I lived with 4 other girls. There was no social room and living area of the house was converted to a bedroom so we often had the social events in someone's room but it wasn't ideal. Being in a house with all girls we did have a lot of falling outs but we were allowed to move if it wasn't working out or if we didn't feel like we belonged there. Thecommunal areas of the house were cleaned every day except weekends and twice a week our rooms were cleaned. Our laundry was done for us once a week. Flatt Road was a row of houses away from the main building of the University but only a short walk this meant it was away from the noise of the social bar on a Wednesday night and was a quite area to live in. However some of the houses did like to hang out together and we had camp fire nights and it was a very family like feeling
Very nice area. But Building infested with vermin. No night staff (staff are present from 9-4 on weekdays, during holiday there are NO staff present for duration of holiday), poor security, no cctv except on the ground floor. Site manager and handyman both smoke like chimneys. Site manager lied to my face several times because he couldn't be bothered to do something I'd requested. Very overpriced accommodation, could be excused with "Oh but it's Central London", if anything worked that is. Lifts are always breaking down and have no lights in them. Kitchen appliances are broken in most flats according to what I can tell. Mine had a broken oven and a broken dishwasher, and the heater in my room would automatically turn itself off every 10 minutes. Social events for students are few and far between, and are on the whole pretty pathetic and patronising. The pipes need to be looked at. The water that comes from the taps is disgusting. Bottled water is a must if living here.