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Beit Hall of Residence, Kensington, London

Beit Hall of Residence
Prince Consort Road
Kensington
London

SW7 2BB | View map
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The Hall offers 210 ensuite rooms, in a location that is the envy of many of London's finest hotels, as well as 52 single standard rooms that have a washbasin and sharedbathroom facilities. Many of the rooms enjoy views over Beit's Quadrangle or the Royal Albert Hall. The majority of our shower and/or bathroom facilities are shared with five other rooms.A Full English breakfast is included in the price of the room and is served in the main College dining room. Snacks and light meals are available on campus throughout the day, and also at the Student Union Bar, the entrance to which is located underneath the clock facing directly the Quad's front entrance.

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