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Top ten most luxurious student accommodations revealed

If you're looking for accommodation that will make you friends jealous, or if you just want to forget about the state of your current uni flat, take a look at the most photogenic student halls in the country. 

A far cry from plastic chairs and sticky floors, these halls have more in common with boutique hotels and trendy bars.

Mystudenthalls.com has compiled the top then most instagram-worthy halls, which may just have you contemplating a relocation...

10. St Peter's Hall, Bournemouth

St Peter's Hall, Bournemouth

Soft furnishings and large arched windows mean St Peter’s Hall will quickly feel like home.

The accommodation offers a private gym, cinema and residents club lounge. What’s more, if studying is getting in the way of your wellbeing, they offer a monthly subscription box full of treats for your mind and body.

9. The Project at Hoxton, London

The project at Hoxton

Student focus groups, psychologists and neuroscientists all helped create these ultra-modern halls.

The communal living areas are designed to effortlessly transition from relaxation to social spaces with the help of reconfigurable furniture and adjustable lighting.

There is a wifi-free zone and a study space with a soundscape crafted to improve concentration.

8. iQ Shoreditch, London

iQ Shoreditch

iQ Shoreditch is in walking distance of several universities and a tube station.  

There are dance and art studios, music and movie rooms, a courtyard zen garden and a Sky Lounge.

Students can appreciate the London skyline through their floor-to-ceiling windows, and famous clubs and bars are all a stones-throw away.

7. Redvers Tower, Sheffield

Redvers Tower

Redvers Tower offers a private dining room that residents can book if they want to share a meal with friends. 

The bedrooms have smart home technology so you can change the temperature and lighting from your phone.

6. Hox Park, Surrey

Hox Park

These stylish halls offer a free shuttle bus to Royal Holloway, so you won’t have to worry about paying for travel.

You will also find a private gym and spin studio, café, pool table and ping pong.

5. True Student, Glasgow

True Student

The standout feature of this accommodation is the slide that takes you to the ground floor.

More fun can be had at the Festival Zone, which is home to a music caravan, table tennis, picnic tables and gaming stations.

4. Crown Place, Norwich

Crown Place

The brand-new accommodation for UEA and Norwich University of the Arts students has a music studio kitted out with a grand piano, guitars, drum kit and recording mic.

Not only that, students living here have access to a games room, free onsite gym and a private dining area.

3. Nova, Nottingham

In addition to everything you've now come to expect from luxury student accommodation, Nova has installed a party room. The room has got a DJ booth, bar and dance floor.

For a more chilled out evening, there’s a private cinema for you and your friends to watch films or sporting events.

2. Scotway House, Glasgow

Scotway House

Situated in Glasgow’s West End, Scotway House boasts a three-storey building built just for socialising and studying. The extra space houses a roof terrace, gym, cinema, karaoke and study booths.

Students moving in here won’t have to worry about a mad dash to Ikea before term starts as a kitchen pack and cotton bedding are provided.

1. The Stay Club Colindale, London

The Stay Club

Topping the list is this sleek, 19-floor (penthouse rooms start at a staggering £404 per week), centrally located student accommodation in London.

You will never be short of things to do as The Stay Club is home to a trendy café, roof terrace and nightclub. There are plenty of study areas, so, if you’re not feeling up to getting to the tube to your uni library, you can study right here.

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