St. Peter's Court

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Reviews

Anonymous

I have absolutely loved living at St Peters Court. The rooms are nice, decent size, and the kitchens have sofas which is very social and allows you to chill with your flat mates or friends. One of the best things is probably the app where you can control your laundry, send noise complaints, receive notifications about parcels, and send maintenance requests. If there’s a problem in your flat eg something is broken, the maintenance team are ace. They fix it more or less the next day every time and are so helpful. There are quite a few events on throughout the year where they have free food, charities, activities in the common room etc. I have loved living here and wouldn’t have had it any other way. There are free buses to and from uni and Lidl is a 2 minute walk away

Anonymous

St. Peter's court truly thought of everything! En-suite toilets, spacious rooms, cosy kitchens. You have a free bus pass to travel to town and to university! They also hold so many free events over the year which allow you to discover new things and it really makes you feel at home. I didn't give 5 stars because the beds are single beds and they only have a limited number of double bed rooms

Anonymous

Great modern flats with excellent facilities. Well sized, great on suite bathrooms. Great security and maintenance.

Anonymous

Generally very good, apart it is a little bit out of the way. It is clean and modern, However the car park is overpriced (£800 pa) and they don't even let you park where you want. I'm on phase 2 and the car park is on phase 1 and it's a bit of a trek, especially with bags.

Anonymous

All en-suite, kitchens are very big in old block, they provide a free bus service to town and uni park campus, and very close to a selection of shops

Anonymous

Close to uni campus and city cente, modern and nice ensuite. Good flat size with plenty of space and good communal area. Really friendly reception and maintenance team and app is good to keep connected. Lidl is the local supermarket so excellent for students

Anonymous

The location wasn’t ideal for students who are on the University Park Campus (main campus) and planned to walk back and forth BUT spc provided a free bus that ran hourly from uni and back. The L12 bus is also a free city link bus so very useful. The facilities were good, each room had an en suite and the garden/front court yard area with benches were where everyone had most of their fun. The gym could have ideally been a bigger but was okay. Overall great accommodation and definitely not missing out by not being on campus at all.

Anonymous

Very loud - you can hear any noise in the courtyard so is difficult to sleep Bus only comes every hour unhelpful when trying to get home from uni. Lots of problems in rooms/flats Fire alarm testing weekly - someone usually break it at 4am every other week

Anonymous

Convenient location with free free hopper buses to and from the university, as well as the l12 bus stop right outside. Conviently right next to both Aldi and Lidl. Efficient staff with parcels etc and also maintenance. Community vibe from the whole accommodation. The en suite rooms are a good size and spacious. There is a free small gym and also a larger gym right behind it. The study room is also valuable.

Anonymous

Originally, I was worried about this hall as I was told it was very far away and unsociable. However, the latter couldn't be further from the truth, I have found lifelong friends here. The staff are social too, know us by name, and are always willing to help.

Anonymous

The location is good for those who are on Jubilee Campus. You do get a free bus to go to main uni park campus but it comes only once an hour. Some say they felt a little bit cut off from campus but I think it was nice to be away from campus and explore more of Nottingham. The rooms were nice as far as halls go- one of the nicest I’ve seen and more modern and new.. The staff are really supportive and you always have someone to help you with any problems you might have with your room. It is quite a social hall but that depends on you whether you get involved with the social things going on and whether you make use of the social facilities available and go out there. Defo recommend it for those who like going out (closer to town), sociable people who want more independence- away from uni park halls and cooking for yourself.

Anonymous

The start of halls was a very pleasant one. Living by a Lidl was financially helpful as I could buy food and necessities for a lot cheaper than at Tesco. Having an Aldi and B&M very closely to my halls is also very helpful if there are things that I cannot get from Lidl. The facilities within the halls are great, the staff are very helpful and happy. The free things on different mornings and afternoons is a privilege as it is nice to be able to have a treat e.g. free Millie’s cookies and fruit and the tea station. I love the fact it has a TV and facilities such as the new PS4 and the ping pong board as it’s a great way of socialising: However it certainly turned very sour and the experience become more dreadful. My flat mates are very rude and ignorant and continuously make the place look dirty and unhygienic which has made me not want to stop at the accomodation and make me feel unhappy. Apart from that I love the double bed it is so comfy and I love the bathroom as it’s really good for the price compared to other halls I have been into.

Anonymous

Don’t stay at SPC! It’s loud, maintence ignore your requests, the rooms aren’t cleaned before you arrive. It’s overpriced, in a dodgy area and away from everyone else.

Anonymous

Location of st peters court is good and bad, It's good as it's the closest of the halls to the city centre, but it's bad because it's the furthest from the uni. They do give you a free bus pass for a specific bus that goes into uni or city centre. The rooms vary. Some are huge and look great, Some are small and l shaped; the small ones are quite cramped and not great but they do the job that's needed. The large ones are more than you'd need for a first year flat. The kitchens vary as well, the basic ones are pretty small and not great at all, only 2 or so people can really cook in there at one time. The big ones can have 4 plus using it at once at it is huge. Decent accomadation; annoying variation on rooms sizes so never know if you'll be staying somewhere nice or not.

Anonymous

- extremely nice atmosphere - lots to do - spacious rooms - free bus - free gym - kitchen gets cleaned -en suite bathrooms - next to loads of shops

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Anonymous

Location was pretty good if you don't mind being further out from campus it's close to a subway, Lidl and a cheap gym. Free bus to campus and to town was a huge bonus.

Anonymous

Great location, not too far from the city centre and not too loud. Has different types of shops near by as well, for example African Food Stores. The Unite team there are amazing as well, they fix every damage I've had so far in my room.

Anonymous

Little noisy in the old block sometimes, but free bus into town and uni. Reception are always happy to help.

Anonymous

Maintenance issues were solved very promptly. The cost was decent for a room with an en suite, and the room size was also quite decent. We had a free bus pass (which also took us to town) and a gym. I had the best experience at SPC and wouldn't change it.