Accommodation advice for new student at the University of Bristol

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I'm Dutch and have finished my bachelor's degree in the Netherlands. I've accepted my offer for a postgraduate study at the University of Bristol and am now applying for accommodation there, but I don't know which one to choose (based on reputation, people, experiences, etc). I'm a really socially active person who likes to party a lot and who'd like to live with like-minded people. I don't mind living in a small room with little facilities. I'm happy as long as it's clean. From what I've read, my options for accommodation as a postgraduate student are as follows:
marlborough house,
print hall,
chantry court,
harbour court,
brunel house,
deans court,
langford,
orchard heights,
the courtrooms.
Could someone argue for the best accommodation for me?
thanks in advance
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