Henry Prince Residences

Reviews

Anonymous

It was honestly a good experience. It's very near the law and business school and really about 10 mins to anywhere else on campus. Social life is really good. Only downside is sharing a bathroom.

Anonymous

Best location - On campus but a bit towards Hyde Park. Jack and Jill bathrooms are great. Decent sized bedroom, got everything you need - single beds but that's normal for first year halls unless you want to pay more. Great kitchens, good for socialising. 10 person flat but only 9 rooms, 2 people were in a shared room which can be hard if you don't get on. Good post system, you don't really appreciate it enough till you leave. Lots of big washing machine/dryers. Really sociable fun atmosphere.

Anonymous

I definitely recommend Henry Price Residences! The location is more than perfect, in front of the Business School in the campus, being close to all schools. Big kitchens, however, the size of the room is very small. It wasn’t a problem for me personally.

Anonymous

amazing location on campus, really good facilities, decent price compared to other halls, really sociable and nice atsomphere - would definitely pick it again

Anonymous

Great space very nice kitchen with good sociable seating area. Nice compart bedrooom that utilises all the space giving residents large storage area. Very nice shower with good water pressure and nice sink. On campus so close to everything

Anonymous

The halls is a really great place to be, it’s so close to the university which makes the walk to lectures so easy. As well as the octal aspect of the halls - having 9 people in the flat means you make so many friends

Anonymous

The location is great being so close to everything aswell as being far enough away that it isnt noisy. Having 10 people a hall gets you to lnow loadsa folk too

Anonymous

No real complaints at all with Henry Price - ideal location which is counted as on campus but is on the opposite side to the city centre and so you don’t feel like you’re at uni even on weekends and love the “jack and Jill” bathrooms which are ideal unless you specifically want / need an ensuite (although there is 1 ensuite per flat available). It obviously depends on the sort of people who are in your flat / block but from my experience Henry Price is a really social residence - we made friends with the flat opposite on the first night and seen friends with a lot of people in our block. The standard rooms are quite nice considering the price, however I was offered a 2-storey room (only rooms on the top floor on one side of the corridor) which is ideal for me as it separated my living and work space, even though I am paying slightly more than people in the standard rooms. I’m really lucky with my flat in that we all get along well and so we socialise in the kitchen a lot, however I would say that if you really want accommodation with a living room and a tv etc then Henry price is not for you. Otherwise, for me the kitchen seating area is suitable for socialising, eating and working.