The Quads in my opinion is the best halls on the Bath campus. Almost everyone I know has said that they wish they were living here, or they are glad that they are. The modular design of the rooms means that everyone has an equal size, and although they are small I have more than enough storage space, and I have a lot of things! The rooms are also really easy to keep tidy as a result. I love having the ensuite here as it means you have your own personal space to go to the bathroom and shower, without having to lug your wash bag around. The kitchen and the lounge are great, really modern and big, so perfect for socialising. I regularly host pres at mine for my team as no other halls on campus has a private social space like ours. However the lounge is slightly badly designed, with a straight sofa along half of the back wall, but this is the opposite side to the tv so it means that you have to sit on the small sofa that is provided to watch the tv or play games which is sometimes too small. Another great thing is the half-catered aspect. We all have around £300 added to our library cards each term (so three times a year) that is able to be spent in all of the restaurants on campus except the top floor of the SU. This has been so handy for me in times when I haven’t wanted to cook (or haven’t had the time to cook after training) and times when I have wanted a coffee or a frozen yoghurt. It’s great as you don’t feel like you are spending a lot of money from your student loan to get food on campus. I’d say the only major downfall of quads is the price, which is very expensive. Although it is modern and a very good halls of residence, I think the price could be less for what you receive (especially in comparison to what other universities pay). However this hasn’t impacted my five star score because I would still choose quads again over any of the campus accommodation despite the price.