For anyone who's going to study Media, Arts and Design School at University of Westminster, Harrow Campus, living in the hall is a brilliant choice for its proximity to lecture rooms, gym, student bar, canteen, grocery stores, malls, underground, national railway, its 24/7 library and only 25-30mins from the city center.
I'm leaving the hall in May 2013, so it would be nice to find a replacement for my room. Below is the detail of this large en-suite £158.20/ week:
Designed to harmonise with the environment, the on-campus accommodation complex offers exciting accommodation consisting of self-contained units arranged in small purpose-built low rise blocks, all surrounded by shrubbery and green lawns.
Each unit has its own front door and lobby. The campus was specially designed to give easy access to those with physical disabilities, and some of the rooms have facilities converted for wheelchair use. Situated on the edge of London with good transport connections.
You're supposed to bring your own kitchen equipment, but if you want, I can give it to you: pot, bowl, silver, plate, iron board, iron, etc.
Harrow Halls is only 25 minutes into Central London and 10 minutes to Wembley Stadium (ASADA super market) and Arena by tube. A perfect place to relax after a day’s sightseeing in London.
Reception is open 24 hours
Harrow Halls of Residence - University of Westminster
+44 (0)20 7911 5181
Feel free to contact Harrow Hall of Residence directly and mention about room 85A for a replacement and room viewing.
[email protected] ac.uk
Northwick Park - Less than 1 mile. Turn left out of the station and follow signs to the University of Westminster. The entrance to the campus is straight ahead.
M40 - Turn off the North Circular at Hanger Lane, follow the A404 to Sudbury until you reach Watford Road.
Photos of the dorm:
Hope to hear from you soon!
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