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i’m thinking of booking raleigh park because it’s cheap and an okay location.
does anyone know if it’s social/ lively.
i’ve not seen much about it really.
i’m deciding whether to choose raleigh park or deakins place.
deakins place is way more expensive but i’ve heard good things about it so idk.
any thoughts?

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Original post by studentblue22
i’m thinking of booking raleigh park because it’s cheap and an okay location.
does anyone know if it’s social/ lively.
i’ve not seen much about it really.
i’m deciding whether to choose raleigh park or deakins place.
deakins place is way more expensive but i’ve heard good things about it so idk.
any thoughts?

My friends lived at Raleigh and generally had a good experience. It's quite diverse and a mix of both first years and second years if that's something you consider. Deakin is quite expensive but it is relatively modern compared to Raleigh so at least you know that there's less of a chance of things breaking down easily. Another option would be Cotton House which is also in a similar area but it is more on the expensive side however all the rooms there are ensuites :smile:
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Original post by annedike22
My friends lived at Raleigh and generally had a good experience. It's quite diverse and a mix of both first years and second years if that's something you consider. Deakin is quite expensive but it is relatively modern compared to Raleigh so at least you know that there's less of a chance of things breaking down easily. Another option would be Cotton House which is also in a similar area but it is more on the expensive side however all the rooms there are ensuites :smile:

Thank you so much! Do you know anything about Riverside point? Is it social / lively?
Original post by studentblue22
Thank you so much! Do you know anything about Riverside point? Is it social / lively?

I don't know much about Riverside point tbh but in terms of location, i would say it's a bit less convenient compared to Raleigh since it's closer to jubilee and hence a little further from shops like Lidl etc. The walk from lidl to jubilee isn't far but it is an uphill walk which probs won't be preferable if you're lugging about loads of shopping haha. I think the advantage Riverside has over Raleigh is that the vast majority (if not all) of the rooms are ensuite rooms but you might need to double check that :smile:
Original post by annedike22
I don't know much about Riverside point tbh but in terms of location, i would say it's a bit less convenient compared to Raleigh since it's closer to jubilee and hence a little further from shops like Lidl etc. The walk from lidl to jubilee isn't far but it is an uphill walk which probs won't be preferable if you're lugging about loads of shopping haha. I think the advantage Riverside has over Raleigh is that the vast majority (if not all) of the rooms are ensuite rooms but you might need to double check that :smile:

Thank you!!
Original post by studentblue22
i’m thinking of booking raleigh park because it’s cheap and an okay location.
does anyone know if it’s social/ lively.
i’ve not seen much about it really.
i’m deciding whether to choose raleigh park or deakins place.
deakins place is way more expensive but i’ve heard good things about it so idk.
any thoughts?

Hi! On the accommodation web page at the foot of the page, you will see there is a 'Contact us' section. Here, there is a Residential Experience section and a telephone number which may help you. There is also a Community Engagement team and you can find Community Engagement Ambassadors who you could reach out to. Hope this helps :smile:

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