Crown Place

Review Breakdown

Location
Social Experience
Social Areas
Your Room
Value for Money
Internet / WiFi

Reviews

Anonymous

Good location but not much outdoor space, cleaning staff can be iffy, always boiling as well, but rooms are decent quality. A safe choice but nothing amazing

Anonymous

Location is excellent for the uni as it is in the middle of north campus. Rooms are a good size with an en-suite, however the beds are very uncomfortable as crown don't bother changing the mattress unless you complain. It's also very hot in the room, we had to keep the windows open all year round. Many of us had issues with the showers overflowing as well. Kitchen/living area isn't great for what you pay as the area is small Social experience isn't great, all the doors are fire doors so shut behind you meaning that you are fairly limited to the people in your flat

Anonymous

Crown Place was a good place to stay in first year. Amazing location on campus, close to all lectures. The accomodation itself is really nice and modern. The bedrooms have a lot of storage space. Maintenance will fix faults very quickly. It was also reassuring to have 24 hour security. RAs definitely aren't as strict as people say on the no noise after 11 rule - it would have to be really late and really excessive.

Anonymous

Personally I found Crown Place to be the perfect mix of social and private. The flats are clean and modern and the living spaces are great areas to socialise (I loved my flatmates) but your own room was a nice getaway if you want some alone time or study time. It was very useful to have cleaners and bin men- you do not realise until you go on to second year. Having an en-suite is a luxury and they are really clean and easy to keep that way. The halls also has a committe that do loads of great free events like film nights with free food, or pres with free vodka slushies and glitter stalls (a particular favourite of mine). The only slight downside is that people (plumbers, residential advisors, cleaners) will just walk in, so when you're in th kitchen making breakfast, be ready to socialise or make your escape!

Anonymous

It has a nice sized kitchen, clean living area Sofa is quite uncomfortable though and it is hard Rooms are a good size but little ventilation. Lots of events within Crown Place, great for integrating with others. Extremely friendly people at service desk. Internet cuts out at times very annoying

Anonymous

Loud courtyard got for socialising not so good for sleeping. En suites are a blessing to the world.

Anonymous

Love the location and the effort to organise many socials! Laundry room is small and machines don't work during certain hours.

Anonymous

Crown Place is many things. Home from home, a place to make new friends. A students first taste of independence, free from the reign of their parents. Crown is in a perfect location, the amount of times I went for naps between lectures. The reception was a hoot, mostly couldnt fault it. Mostly. For what I was paying I expected a hotel standard room, it was nice sure, but it was a sauna with poor wifi. And not exactly the most social of places, sure you'd see mates out and about or using the dreaded circuit laundry, but apart from that it was pretty poor compared to carnatic. Overall I give crown a solid 6.5/10.

Anonymous

Very good quality rooms. Fairly isolating in rooms, not much social space. Good at organising social activities to get everyone to engage in. Very good location for university and the city centre. Laundry facilities fairly poor, need many more washers/dryers to cater for whole halls.

Anonymous

Amazing location; could be at at a lecture in 5 minutes. Really well furnished with adequate wardrobe and drawer space. Desk was also suitable. They also held good social events to meet other people too. Green spaces around felt nice to walk around.

Anonymous

Great location as it's within uni campus, so you can easily get to lectures and into town. Quite modern compared to other halls and has nice common area. There's cleaners that come in throughout the week. Overall it is a good accommodation, but it's way overpriced and the laundry room could be improved.

Anonymous

I have only lived in crown Place for 6 weeks but I absolutely love it! I was worried about not feeling at home but I couldn't be more wrong, my room is so spacious and yet still homely. There is a fantastic amount of storage space in my room, my work area is a great space and my ensuite bathroom is superb. The cleainless and maintenance of crown Place is second to none with frequent visits from the lovely cleaners here to help. The allocation is amazing and so central to everything - both uni lecture and study areas and the city centre for leisure.

Anonymous

Great place to be at uni. Halls were good but studio rooms don't have a shared kitchen so was a bit isolated. Was expensive but rooms were immaculate.

Lucy Nove

All the accommodation at Liverpool is overpriced. However, crown place is central to campus, en suite for both double and single rooms and offers studio rooms which include a TV and kitchen area which makes the cost slightly less painful. It is EXTREMELY hot all year round, which isn't too devastating in winter but for your own sanity pack lots of t-shirts and shorts for the less cold months. There isn't any real study space which a lot of the other halls offer, but it is in a central location to both libraries so it's not too much hassle going over to get your work done. It's designed in blocks, A-H, and your room card will allow you into your block and your flat. This is great for security but not so good when you've turned up at pres a little late, no ones checking their phone and they can't hear you knocking on the flat door to get in. The RAs who exist purely to ruin your fun at pres are a lot less strict at crown in comparison to some other halls so that is a bonus at least. The reception area at crown is the only social area, it has a ping pong table and a pool table but no one really uses it that much since it involves going outside to get to and as you'll learn very quickly, Liverpool is absolutely Baltic. The rooms themselves are a good size. It's worth paying the extra for the double because you do actually get a bigger desk and more wardrobe space as well as the bigger bed and lets face it you're probably never paying back all your loan anyway so make the most of it.

Anonymous

Very modern sophisticated, clean accommodation. Halls between 5-8 people sharing. Perfect if you like to socialise with others but also like your own space as you have you’re own en suite bathroom but a shared kitchen and living area. Perfect location as it is on campus so would be a maximum 10 minute walk to lectures and only a 15/20 min walk into the city centre which is perfect for nights out. There is always lots of fun events going on which involves blocks getting together for parties or in activities such as go karting.

Anonymous

The rooms and facilities were lovely, very clean and well looked after. Perfect location, on campus and 10 minute walk into city centre. Rather strict on noise etc.

Anonymous

Crown place is a nice accommodation to live in in first year, it is well furnished and the rooms and kitchen are spacious. The en suite is great, only issue would be it is slightly small. However the layout of the flats is not well planned and can make socialising difficult

Anonymous

Living at crown had pros and cons. I lived in a studio with 15 other people, half of which are now my closest mates. Reception are very helpful and are quick at fucking problems. The problem is the 11 pm curfew, and then RAs that don’t have people skills when dealing with complaints.

Anonymous

Great location in the centre of campus, with good facilities however very expensive and overheated . Reception staff are very friendly and helpful.

Anonymous

Location is perfect. Very close to teaching buildings and city centre Facilities are good. 24 hour reception with pool and ping pong tables Room and social area are both modern. Nice to have an en suite

Anonymous

Good location as it is right on campus only takes me 5-10 mins to walk to lectures depending what building they are in. Big kitchen with enough room for everyone, kitchens and bins are cleaned regularly which is good

Anonymous

Very good, friendly atmosphere Flats of 3-8 people, I live with 8 and love it Rooms are massive but pricing is expensive at 145pw (however, this is one of the cheaper options compared to the other halls) Reception staff are lovely and the table tennis is amazing I am there all the time One down side is the RA’s - Im lucky enough to not live with one but a few of my friends do and they hate it as they put a downer on everything.

Anonymous

Great accommodation in a good location as very close to the university but the room your in feels a little isolated. There is communal areas which makes up for this.

Anonymous

Ideal location, never more than a 5 minute walk to lectures. 24 hour security so it was never a problem if you got locked out of your room. The only downside I would say is the social life. Compared to other halls where there is easy access in and out of other people’s flats, Crown can be quite secluded to to all flats having fire doors with only people with access keys to those flats being allowed in and out.

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