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Victoria Hall Student Accommodation, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Victoria Hall Student Accommodation
Wolverhampton
West Midlands

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Victoria Hall is a purpose built modern and stylish complex situated on the outskirts of Wolverhampton City Centre and within easy walking distance of the University, shopping areas and nightlife. Victoria Hall is also ideally placed for excellent transport links, only a short walk away from the train and the new bus & coach station with links to Birmingham, Birmingham Airport, London and many other exciting destinations, so you’re never far away from where you want to be.
Students can chose from either a standard or deluxe bedroom, each with an en-suite shower, toilet and wash hand basin. All our bedrooms in Victoria Hall come with comfortable large beds, although our deluxe rooms offer more living space for added comfort. A fully equipped communal kitchen, including cooker, hob, microwave and fridge-freezer are all provided, in addition to a comfortable lounge and dining area. Each flat comes complete with a 32’’ flat screen digital TV, direct dial telephone and broadband internet access in every bedroom for all those late study nights or just keeping up to date with friends.

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