The Garden Halls

Review Breakdown

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



I loved my halls for location and social life! Lots of acitivitws organized to keeep us going Also the food was included so great way to socialize during meal times


I'm in Hughes Parry Tower, in a single ensuite room. The rooms are kind of small and can be a little claustrophobic sometimes, but they're okay. Big enough I guess, if you don't spend too much time in your room. The bed is single too, which is also pretty small. Nice to have your own bathroom though. Although the taps can make a loud screeching noise sometimes which is annoying. BUT THE WALLS ARE SO THIN. And because of how the rooms are designed, the person in the room next to you as their bed up against your bed through the wall. Like sex is great and all, I get it, but sometimes I just really wanna sleeeeeeeep. These halls spend a lot of money on dumb social stuff, what they really need is some god damn printers. Also the bedding packs are so shit and awful quality. Take my advice, dumb it and buy your own. Fantastic location though. Rent it way more than my entire student loan but if you can afford it, it's decent and worth it for where you are.


The Garden Halls are perfect for living in London. Opened this year, everything is new and modern. The rooms are well furnished and come with a double bed, big closet, big window and own bathroom. Despite the rooms, there are plenty of opportunities to do in the Halls. The dining area offers enough space to eat with friends, there are two music rooms, a cinema and spare time areas to hang out. If you miss the very good food, no problem, there is the opportunity to order a late meal. The reception is open 24/7 and always happy to help you with your problems.