Manchester Uni Liberty Park

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Does anyone know the difference between the classic, premium and deluxe rooms at Liberty Park? The UoM website doesn’t give any details about what’s different between them. Thanks
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Hey! The classic rooms are much smaller than the premium and deluxe. All have the same furniture (double bed, desk, bedside table, wardrobe, mirror and an en-suite), however the classic and premium have a two door wardrobe while the deluxe has a three door. The desk space increases with each upgrade, however classic still has a very large desk. The en-suite is larger in the premium and deluxe than it is in the classic. I had the deluxe last year, which had so much floor space I couldn’t believe it. I found it to be almost too big for me (a huge rectangular room with a square bathroom attached). The premium had a very different layout, with a small ‘hall’ area with the bathroom attached, leading into a square area with the bed and desk. The classic is a typical uni room size, with a short corridor with the bathroom attached, leading into the main space. I lived in Liberty Park last year, and all of my friends lived there too so have seen all the rooms. The classic is the cosiest, but you really do get a lot of space for your money if you do choose to go for the premium or deluxe. If you’ve got any other questions I’d be happy to answer them
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Great answer thanks. Would you be able to tell me what the social life is like at Liberty Park or even Victoria in general?
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Great answer thanks. Would you be able to tell me what the social life is like at Liberty Park or even Victoria in general?
Victoria Park has a bar in Hulme Hall that has events on every few weeks (pub quizzes, sports etc). Liberty itself doesn't have any communal spaces which makes it quite difficult to socialise. We found that you met people just by talking on the group chat and going to different peoples' flats for pres. It's certainly nowhere near as sociable as Fallowfield, but that's not to say that you don't still get kept up at night with pres and afters going on. The accommodation itself does make it hard to meet people, but there's people who want to go out every night in any accommodation, you've just got to find them.
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Hello, I will be staying in brook hall this September. Are you able to comfort if the classic room is a double or single bed?
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